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Gotta say this is comfortable with one caveat:

The side slings work only if you scoot the underwires so that they extend into the side slings, and even then they have a tendency to creep back to the center and poke me in the chest. Thankfully repairing this this is 5 min of sewing while watching Netflix.

Otherwise, it's a great unpadded option for the small busted - it lifts without drastically altering shape. Because of the lack of vertical seams it accommodates my FOT shape without quadboob or pointiness, and can even fit the pre-period XX-FOT. In the sense of fit, there's no cup wrinkling, but it arrived from Amazon with 50,000 wrinkles, which nothing seems to quite remove.

While the fabric is more solid than the average unpadded bra, it's definitely thin enough for headlights, and that's even with my nipples falling under the seam. Conveniently I tend to wear loose shirts AND don't really care. (All humans have nipples - got a problem with that??) The relative solidity of the fabric does mean that it's not a great candidate for icky hot summer.

The straps ARE super wide and placed FAR apart, but I have huge shoulders so all well and good. Wide straps = comfier. The band is loose-ish, but so far it works on the tightest hook. It does seem to made of solid material so it won't stretch out if I look at it the wrong way.

Like all Freya "nude" bras, this is SUPER pale, so you have to be an untanned shade of white for this to work under pale shirts.

Updated on Mar 06, 2014 Flag this

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