- Strap separation:
- Not a problem
- Cup's width:
- There is empty fabric on the sides (Cup too wide)
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EDIT: Asides from the floating gore that GIVES the appearance of gaping, there is actually zero fit issues I have with this bra. This bra is reportedly better for shallow boobs that are fuller on top, but I get a perfect fit with zero quadraboob and gaping in the cups. I suspect that it is because I have firm, self-supporting boobs and I have zero spillage anywhere.
Before I go into detail about this bra, there are a few things to keep in mind. Because there is literally zero centre gore, this bra does not tack and I don't think it ever will due to its wireless nature, fair enough. So that in itself is not actually a fit issue. The band on this is definitely tighter than regular Decos; it feels like a standard 28. The cups on this bra also does not run as large as Deco, so size up one cup from your Deco size.
I agree that this bra will most likely suit those who already love Decos, are full on top, and shallow. I get orange in the glass in this because I'm full on bottom. I think the "wires"/cups on this are pretty wide as well. It's not a super terrible fit on me, but it's just not perfect since I am narrow/deep and full on bottom. I found the cups tall like the regular Deco, but not so much that I have a ton of gaping because I do have short roots. Also because the gore doesn't tack, I have gaping there but I don't have any gaping anywhere else.
Despite the fit issues I have stated above (it's literally the opposite of everything I actually need), the shape is AWESOME, considering that this bra is wireless! It has a very rounded shape and like all Decos, makes your boobs a focal point. Even though the bra is what I and others considered pretty wide, it doesn't give a shallow shape, if that makes sense. Of course you won't get as much uplift as the regular Deco, but I am still VERY impressed and is not bad in the slightest.
As for the comfort of this bra: I'll be honest, it's not any less or more comfortable than a regular wired bra. If you get the right size, you won't get any stabby 'wires'. In place of wires, there is a thicker plastic material lining in place, but I don't like how it is so ridged because it initially gets pretty scratchy. I do have to say though, because there are no physical wires, this makes a better bra for couch potato days, PMS sore boobs, and a good sleeping bra because you won't get stabby stab when you lay down. This is especially great if you tend to lay on the bed or couch on your sides like me.
Updated on Jul 16, 2014 Flag this