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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band77.5
Band Length63.5
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width12.7
Cup depth22.2
Depth ratio1.8
Wire length24.1
Cup height15.9
Cup separation1.5
Gore height5.7
Wing height8.9
Strap width1.3
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Antonina is a gorgeous set of white lace with some subtle bronze additions woven into the lace. It's extremely elegant and it has a very high end look to it. Antonina looks expensive to me. I love the white bows but I could personally do without the gem, though it is fairly easy to remove with a pair of snips should you choose.

The mesh used to back the lace is just a little too warm to blend into my skin. It's a lovely idea, and I really don't think white or any other color would have been a better choice in this instance.
The bottoms are true to size and very comfortable. I have very narrow hips, but an ample butt from years of lifting and the 38 is the best size for me. It's a little loose around my hips but it looks great from behind. The all lace back means no lines at all and it's a cut I quite like. It's very cheeky on me which is my preference.
I also bought the thong, which I will have to take in a little bit, I could have sized down in the thong. It is still lovely and the jersey is very soft.

The band on my Antonina runs more true to size than a lot of the other bras I've been buying lately. This is good in general, but for me it means that I'm on the last or next to last set of eyes already. In my experience, Ewa bras don't really stretch out much with time and wear so this isn't really an issue for me.
The cups are narrow and deep enough for me at the wire. The wires stay in my IMF throughout the day and I have no trouble with them sliding.
The straps are fully adjustable and it's easy to move the slider, it stays put once adjusted.

All in all, no fit major surprises from Antonina.

The one deviation from my other BMs is center projection, there seems to be less room along the gore and it pushes my breast tissue a bit more to the side than my other BMs. It's not terribly uncomfortable because the gore itself isn't wider, and it's not noticeable when I have a top on, but it looks off to me when I look down without a shirt.
Because it doesn't compromise fit or aesthetics when wearing for real, I've decided to ignore this quirk of my bra.

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  • Show all comments (9)
  • Does this show under thin/light tops? I’m curious about the bronze woven into the lace. I have never been a fan of solid white bras but this one seems to be a hit with everyone.

  • Calluna light tops yes, as long as they aren't too sheer. Very thin or white, no. My skin is several shades darker than the bra and it barely works as a nude alternative for me right now and won't do so at all in about three months when I start laying out.
    It might work better for you if you're very pale, but most of Ewa's "nudes" are far too light for me, only the Toffik and Summertime has worked for me.

  • Ahh, thanks. I have pretty pale skin these days so sometimes nudes are too dark.

  • Calluna I wouldn't really consider it "bronze". Its more of a glistening nude. I love Antonina so much that i just ordered it as a custom CHP. I'll probably list my 65FF BM. I've only worn it 3x, but I'm much more comfy in 65G size.

  • Calluna I did a test for you. Its visible like a white lace bra under sheer, white, clingy tops.
    I love this, but you may not ;)

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    Thanks AprilGoulding. I have been so on the fence about this one.

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    I find the lace showing under sheer shirts so so nice! Not at all tacky

  • brasaremean me too. I find it subtly sexy and feminine. Even more so than cleavage many times ;)

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    I never have cleavage :D:D:D:D:D:D

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