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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band0.0
Band Length69.9
Stretch ratio0.0
Cup width19.1
Cup depth30.0
Depth ratio1.6
Wire length27.9
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.0
Gore height6.4
Wing height10.4
Strap width1.5
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The freya deco "honey" was a bra of a few "firsts". It was my first true molded bra, as well as my first Freya bra. I've always been more of a Curvy Kate/Panache fan, so I was taking a slight risk on this one. None the less, I believe it was worth it!

Appearance - This bra, to me anyway, is lovely. The color is a wonderful bright red that was a much needed boost to my blue/teal majority bra collection. The band features an all over lace pattern that continues to the edges of the straps and on the continuing band. Overall though, I'd have to say that the buttons on the gore were my favorite part of the bra, they're adorable! This bra is definitely more attractive and a lot cuter than the normal Decos.

Fit - Alright, so this is the hard part. This bra is a bit too small on me. I hate being sized out of the Deco range. If this bra came in a 30H, I'm pretty sure I'd throw my own party for it. The gore is quite low, and my boobs are quite close together, so there's cleavage that looks a lot like a butt, so...butt cleavage. I also don't like it when my boobs touch each other, and they do in this bra. A lot. The band is also a bit loose on this bra too. I can easily hook it on the tightest hook, and although I hate the feeling of too tight bands, this was just a bit too loose for my taste (30H freya, please!)

Occasion - This bra, for me anyway, definitely isn't an "everyday" sort of bra. I'd probably end up wearing this to a club or a pretty much anywhere that might require me to add a little extra "oomph" to any of my outfits. But for everyday? No thank you.

Updated on Jul 11, 2013 Flag this

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