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My shape: slightly shallow teardrop/FOB with super wide/tall roots and very close-set tissue in the middle

This review is for the black colorway.

This is a fantastically comfortable bra. It is lightweight and breathable, so great for summer, and it absolutely disappears under even the slinkiest of blouses. If they have your size, get it. You will not regret it.

I will definitely say this is a practical bra for me, because I do not really care for the stained-glass-window deal that bra makers love to use for many DD+ bras, but everything else about it makes up for that. I often have problems with underwires poking me in the boob at the sternum, but the center gore is definitely low enough that it is no issue. I am pleased with the coverage I get in spite of it being a plunge bra, and I like that it isn't really padded because sometimes you just want to wear a regular dang bra already. As far as shape goes, well, it is a pretty natural shape for me, with a tiny bit of lift and some nipple discretion from the padding, so it basically looks like I am not wearing a bra at all - and THAT, my friends, is the mark of a top-notch bra. So in spite of the funny sheer triangle on top of the cups, I will still say that I am in love. Definitely worth every penny.

6 month update (more like 8 months): The mesh band has stretched out a lot, more than I would have hoped for the price considering I haven't had it even a year, but it is still good on the tightest set of hooks. I will have to look into taking it in within the next few months, though.

I also have problems with the Orange-in-a-Glass effect a lot, and this bra is no exception, meaning I am a little to FOB for it. The wrinkles at the base of the cup are pretty definite when the bra is not being worn, but they disappear, more or less, when I put it on, and you can't tell at all under clothes.

Overall, I would still say it was a worthwhile purchase. I have worn it as a daily bra and often to work (where I should probably be wearing a sports bra, on account of physical labor, but I don't have one), and it's held up nicely.

Updated on Oct 11, 2014 Flag this

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