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So the first time I had tried this on in a shop I fell in love with the Juna! Really liked the half cup pattern and how my boobs looked in it.

Remember that Panache bras tend to run at least one or even two sizes smaller than freya brands, so sizing up from freya in your usual band size is necessary. I wear 28d in freya but 28dd/e in panache. The cleo maddie however does not need sizing up as they tend to run large.

The wires lay flat against my sternum but not the Central gore. I quad boob slightly in the left cup (shown in picture) but okay in the right cup. The lace trims don't lie flat against my skin but this is not a problem. In terms of appearance it definitely gives a good uplift although the vertical seems are just slightly see-through under tops.

Very comfortable to wear - I can definitely see this as an everyday bra! In terms of quality - panache and freya are still superior to the cleo range...!

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  • Did you try a 28E for comparison?
    Juna runs small in the cup and the quadboob situation looks quite notable, way more than would be tolerable in a well-fitting bra.

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