- Strap separation:
- Are too far apart
- Top of the cup:
- Wrinkles, can't quite fill it
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Cute spring color scheme with very light spring leaf green for the inside/straps/lace/bows/trim and a white/light-light cream background with pastel flower-y geometric print.
If this is Freya Deco (4234) or Freya Deco Moulded Plunge Bra (4234) fit, I may have found my current size.
Cups are still a slight bit tall, but that's just my short boobs and is only noticeable at the strap attachment points. Would not be a problem for most.
Depth seems fine for me - a little squished up, but not too much.
Wires are pulled out a little when I put it on, but when I sw/scoop, things seem to fill out nicely.
Straps are, of course, too wide-set on me. I'm not little, but my frame width is smaller than would be expected (shoulder-to-shoulder point is something like 12" on my otherwise L/XL body). I only tried on the bra, but the straps seem to stay put and don't cut in, so it's probably fine.
Will have to update after I wear it for a full day.
UPDATE: Uh... NO.
Cannot wear this bra as is. The depth is too small and squashes my boobs up at a crazy angle to try to squish them into the too-high apex.
I guess I'm just destined to not wear a Deco of any kind. If it fits my depth, the cup practically climbs over my shoulder. If I go small like this, the apex/angle/depth combo hurts just way too much. OUCH!
Will try once more at a different part of my cycle... Just on the off chance this is period related sensitivity.
I've realized that this bra would fit me if my boobs were taller or rounder. I have to tighten the straps more to keep it from being silly gape-y on the tops, so it cuts down on the projection, causing pain in my boobs from being pushed upward and kind of inward. Apex is too high.
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Updated on Aug 23, 2014 Flag this
On Apr 2014
She hasn't added any bras that fit her correctly.