- Center gore comfort:
- Underwires dig into sternum, because they are too high
- Strap separation:
- Are too far apart
- Top of the cup:
- Wrinkles, can't quite fill it
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Rhea is absolutely gorgeous, but sad thing is it doesn't really fits me.
Design, fabric, attention to details... It all was praised many times )
So I will concentrate on fit.
I'm pretty much shallow and have very wide "breast roots". My first impression was that the bra is simply too big for me in the cups, despite being my go-to size and all reviews saying that it's a ted small in the cups. But after more thorough look I understood that size smaller will do nothing good for me. The real culprit is strap separation. Straps are very far apart, so the angle is totally wrong. When I place the straps so they don't fall off my shoulders they drag cups to the center and I'm getting underwire on my right breast and gaping near the central gore. And I have quite broad shoulders.
Central gore pokes. I have prominent breast bone, so any bra with center gore height higher than 1.5" pokes. But I think that it's an easy fix.
I have straps moved closer and now cups are totally ok. The big surprise for me was the wires: they restore it's shape when I'm trying to bend them! If cushioning doesn't help I think I will have to clip them.
UPD I was totally wrong about wires bending: it's almost impossible, because they bend very easily and return to their previous shape.
But moving the straps totally worked: no more gaping.
Updated on Apr 24, 2013 Flag this