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Well sorry people, I don't know why my previous review disappeared so I'll try to rewrite it...

The Cleo Lily balconnet is a very cute bra, you can't deny that. I have the navy blue and pink with colorful little parrots and a yellow bow. The new Lily with swans is really cute too.

Now, for the fit: it's very good ! I bought my usual "Cleo size" (32HH) and it was perfect.
It gives me the most round and uplifted bust figure which I love, giving my pendulous breasts.

This bra is comfortable, although at the end of the day the band can feel too tight (probably because of the bad posture I have when I'm tired).
The wires do not dig in anywhere. I didn't have to bend the wires like I did with my Cleo Lucy (which is my favorite bra yet, even though the band is on the small side).
There's only 2 hooks in 3 rows, I would appreciate 3 hooks from Cleo for better stability, but it works.
The top part of the cups are not see-through, as I first thought looking at stock photos. The bra fabric is opaque when you wear it, which I like. The pink bands on the top of the cups are see-through though.

I am wearing the bra every other day (because I've got only 2 bras that fit me right now) since I bought it in March, and the band hasn't stretched very much, it still feels nicely snug on the first set of hooks.

The only lacking point is that, as usual with Cleo, the straps are set too far apart. I have some falling of my shoulders during the day, but nothing too annoying.

I may buy the Lily with the swans in the future...

Updated on Nov 16, 2014 Flag this

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