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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band73.7
Band Length58.4
Stretch ratio1.3
Bust perimeter95.3
Cup width17.8
Cup depth19.1
Depth ratio1.1
Cup height0.0
Cup separation0.0
Gore height4.4
Wing height6.4
Strap width1.9
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I think this bra is the bee's knees in concept; I just wish it were a little nicer. For a wireless, the shape, support, and cleavage are fantastic. I love the plain, almost-androgynous look of the bra, if that makes sense. I wish I had tried the 28G for comparison: if I tighten the straps too much, there is minimal quadboob on my larger side, but it's not noticeable under clothing and it does help the cleavage, doesn't it? Because it's wireless, the weight of your breasts does tend to create a fold in the bottom of the cup, but I don't think that can be helped; similarly, the gore will not touch your sternum, but it can't.

The main issue I've had with the bra is that the inside seams get terribly itchy and uncomfortable if the bra is worn for more than a few hours. I'm hoping it'll improve with time, but for right now I only wear the bra when I'm lounging around the house or when I'm going out-out and need epic cleavage.

I appreciate that the band is much firmer than the regular plunge Deco, which I've tried in charcoal and black. It's more of a true 28.

Edit: I sent this bra back to Bravissimo to have the inside seams investigated for a fault. Apparently they were abnormal, so I've just received a replacement. It's certainly more comfortable, but not the godsend I was hoping for. This is such a disappointment to me because I love the bra's look, shape, and support. Hopefully it'll improve once it's been washed a few times....

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Updated on Jun 16, 2013 Flag this

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  • Hi Bananaboats, I'm wondering how you got on with the seams after some washes? I have just bought it and founds the seams at the side painful, I'm hoping that washing will help because I love everything else about the bra.

  • theddplusreview: I've never been fully satisfied with the comfort of the bra's seams. It's so frustrating. I rarely wear the bra anymore, and when I do I put tissue along the bottom seams when I'm going to be in it for longer than a few hours. It's not an elegant solution at all, and I really hope Freya improve the make of the bra in future!

  • Thank you for letting me know Bananaboats, I think I'll send it back in that case, I wanted it to work so much but it's not worth keeping it if it's going to end up in the back of a drawer!

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