- Strap separation:
- Not a problem
- Top of the cup:
- Cuts into breast tissue (quad boob effect)
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I've been dying to try one of these out. Now that I finally have, I'm not sure what I think of it. Quadboobing a touch on my left side, but the wires are a good height right now, and I don't know that I want to go up a cup, as my smaller size will be totally engulfed if I do. Looks-wise, what stops it from being just another not-quite-nude bra is the straps. I cannot for the life of me get behind these straps. Including the little loopy bits on the sides of the strap, the width comes out to be ~.9 inches. My breasts are not heavy enough to warrant such heavy duty suspension. For all their being larger I don't feel like they're much more comfortable either, though that may have to do with what I'm used to and the fact that my boobs aren't that big. And like countless other people have mentioned, they make wearing tank tops and such rather difficult.
The 28 band feels looser than my Cleo bras in 30 bands did to start, but for now it's quite comfortable. It doesn't work for me as a nude bra (it's far too pale) and I'm not in love with it, so this one's going back. Doesn't mean I won't buy one of the fashion colors, though! The Jade color they're coming out with in the Honey Deco in November is right up my alley.
My search for the perfect t-shirt bra continues.
This bra is not owned any more
Updated on Apr 11, 2013 Flag this