- Strap separation:
- Are too far apart
- Underwire length:
- Is too short on the side, boobs escape
- Bottom of the cup:
- Can't quite fill it
- Cups separation:
- Too separate for my boobs
- Cup's width:
- Outer cup cuts into breast tissue in the sides
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I'm loving this bra. On the downside for me, the wires are too low and narrow for me, but that's almost always true. The material is VERY soft and comfy though. I kind of can't stop groping myself in it. It's seamless but still an unlined bra, although there seems to be a very subtle internal side support panel?I didn't notice it at first, but it's there. BEWARE, people that struggle with and are bothered by nipple show through, that's a quite likely possibility in this bra. It's thin abd there are no seams to hide behind. My nips are kind of lazy though, so it's not too often a problem for me.
It is very, very much a purple shape (http://brasihate.blogspot.com/2012/01/what-exactly-is-good-shape.html). That is, it's incredibly rounded from the side, but in a bit of a lower, maybe slightly minimized way. But not like minimized flat, just hugged closer.
The cup fabric is somewhat stretchy - not like on the level of stretch lace, but I'm juuuuust barely quadding a little on my larger boob when I scoop into this, but if I sort of tug on the fabric I can get it to settle.
The straps have a comfy slight padding to them, and the bottom of the elastic band shares a similar fabric backing. The band is also nice and thick most of the way across. The gore is refreshingly short for a non plunge bra in these sizes, and unadorned for once.
The color is much darker than my skin tone, like a slightly lighter clay, but vanishes nicely under clothes.
Over all, short wire side spillage aside, this is an awesome basic bra and I expect will be a new go-to. <3
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On Mar 2014
She hasn't added any bras that fit her correctly.