Share your bras and experiences and help other women
Get recommendations, write review and learn more!

Got bras? Create an account

Bra » Gorsenia » Amore Mio Padded Bra (K134) » 65H » Bras » Owner


Measurement Cm
Search by measurements
Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band74.9
Band Length59.7
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width17.1
Cup depth26.0
Depth ratio1.5
Wire length25.4
Cup height18.4
Cup separation1.8
Gore height5.1
Wing height9.4
Strap width1.5
Compare to your bras

Labeled as




Didn't fit

I did not want this bra, but it was the least expensive of the Gorsenia deep plunge models. Was I wrong! Wow! I feel like royalty in this bra. The tonal ivory polka dots, shimmering satin, and silver embroidery are an unforgettable combination. This bra is stunning in person....and, I am a proclaimed "minimalist." My resolve has weakened" alt=";-)" />

Plunge wires are generally wider at the base of the gore. This is a problem for me because the wires, literally, sit on my breasts along the base of the gore. Amore Mio is no exception. It is wide at the base, narrow at the top, and wonderfully short in stature.

If you are close set, you may need to bend the wires of the deep plunge (make the curve steeper) and sew the cups closer together to reduce the distance between the cups. Otherwise, the unlined and half cup Gorsenia bras are just as beautiful and have more narrow gore bases.

This cup is wide-6.8". Wide, shallow users, here is a gorgeous bra for you. Narrow, projected users, we should run along....unless we like to alter. The cup can be narrowed and more projection created. Subsequently, the band may require an extender.

Five more Gorsenia arriving soon: I'm excited" alt=":-)" />

This bra is not owned any more

Updated on Dec 20, 2016 Flag this

Subscribe to updates on this entry

  • Show all comments (10)
  • 2

    Beautiful on you! Gorsenia does some lovely bra designs! I really enjoy them too and wish I was not outsized for the padded styles.

  • 1

    roxannelovesbras That is disappointing. I hope they expand their sizes so you can tell us how the padded bras fit you. By the way, I'm green with envy regarding the quality of your photos. I've used both my phone and tablet cameras but they are not nearly as sharp and bright as your photos. What is your secret? Without good photos, I'm not able to capture the beauty of these fabrics. Thanks for sharing :-)

  • 2

    When using an iPhone, light is the key factor for good photos so I tend to be in front of a window where I can get natural light. Lately though I have been using my Canon Rebel and again light is the big factor in capturing details.

  • 2

    This is such a beautiful bra! Where did you order from? I've been looking through Misterna recently.

  • 1

    I was thinking about buying this bra to replace my EM pl cuts but I guess I'll have to look else where.

  • 2

    gratiat Other Eden....they sell directly on their website and through Amazon as well as EBay.

    @violetknight Sadly, that is a great decision. Sigh. However, they make a half cup in this fabric.

  • 1

    Beautiful on you!! So sorry about the wire issues. :(
    I don't suppose bending them wider would help; just a thought.

  • 1

    Wanabee, I will try by creating a steeper slope near the gore, narrowing the gore base, and changing the cup width. This is such a beauty I want to find a way to make it work :-)

    You are our resident MacGuyver--why do you suggest bending the wire wider? You know many things I don't. Thanks for enlightening me :-)

  • Oh, Love4Pollinators, you give me much more credit than I am due! 😍

    I was just thinking; some IMF's are not perfect curves or arcs. Some have "corners" (smaller curves, often at the base of the gore) that are persecuted by perfectly curved wires that follow the greater primary curve of the IMF. If this is your problem, you might be able to bend the wires to fit these irregular curves; first by bending smaller curves into the wires at the base of the gore, and then out, at the wings, to compensate for the smaller inner curves. 😊

  • 1

    Wanabee I call it as I see it. :-)

    I will try :-) These wires are flexible. Ooh. I also have replacement wires I could try, too. :-)

add a comment

Use @ to mention users, brands, models and more

You need to sign in to comment