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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band0.0
Band Length63.5
Stretch ratio0.0
Cup width15.2
Cup depth24.8
Depth ratio1.6
Wire length26.9
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.5
Gore height6.6
Wing height7.9
Strap width1.8
Hooks2
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EU65G
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FR80G
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UK30G

Review

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Didn't fit

I'm glad I accidentally got sent this bra because it gave me the opportunity to find out which bra in the entire history of undergarments is the worst possible bra for me. I now avoid unlined seamed bras such as this one like the plague. The "fit" was basically what you might expect of a bowl of jelly upturned into a butterfly net. Obviously seams=support doesn't apply to unlined bras when they run into my soft boobs. I have never felt so horribly jiggly, floppy and unsupported in a bra. Not to mention how itchy and wrinkly the cups were. The material is like torture.

0/10 would not bra again.

That said, if you can wear unlined plunges, it seems as good quality as my other Freya bras.

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This bra is not owned any more

Updated on May 02, 2015 Flag this


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    My boobs are essentially liquid by now and still can be very well supported by unlined seamed bras. They just have to, you know, fit! It sounds like this was way too large for you or possibly that you were falling out the middle, leaving the cups not really filled--lack of surface tension in cups = jiggly wiggly saggy baggy.

  • 1

    I am sorry you had such a horrid experience, but I'm absolutely delighted with your review! Very funny. Thank you.

  • 1

    Ugh thanks for confirming to stay away from the Patsy's. I had the same experience with the Freya Ingrid Plunge, ack.

  • 1

    That was funny! Thanks for the review.

  • wendybien I get your point about fit. I ordered a 30G in the Patsy padded half cup and got this by mistake. I assume that I would need a smaller cup in the Freya unlined bras. I found a Freya Starlet lace at Nordstrom today and tried it in a smaller cup size, but it still didn't work for me. I don't fall out of the center like I do in a padded plunge, but it was still not a good look for me! Weirdly pointy and scratchy.

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    Kristine Lol thanks!

  • underwonder Yeah, these styles of bras obviously want more projection and a different shape from mine. I highly recommended the padded Patsy half cup, though.

  • I'm super projected and the Ingrid gives me that pointy, scratchy shape that you got with the Starlet. Something about the Freya style. I'll try the half cup style tho, thanks!

  • 1

    This review just got downvoted, but whatever, I stand by it. I've tried this and under seamed unlined Freyas in all sizes I could find and they are all a disaster on me. I now realize that I probably have some sensory issues that make me more sensitive to unlined bras than others. Downvotes, really? :P

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    I did not downvote this, for the record :-P But I can see how someone might, because the review suggests that unlined seamed cups are unable to support soft breasts, which is completely untrue. It is obviously true that unlined Freyas don't work for you at all, so that's legit, but I think someone probably objected to what they perceived as general misinformation.

  • wendybien Maybe and I believe you addressed that in the comments with me at the time, which I appreciated very much. I have since had much, much more experience with unlined bras, a ton of other Freyas, and I've never found one that works with MY breasts and that's all I can really review about. So for my historical record this remains accurate... I don't mind a downvote here or there, but I think someone is going through a lot of my stuff and downvoting it for fun.

  • You can't take it too personally. One time I made a very mild criticism of a particular blog and over the next couple days I got a number of downvotes on that comment exactly matching the number of bloggers who contribute to it, which I thought was hilarious :-D They also went round looking for other comments of mine to downvote. I just ignore it, obviously if someone is far gone enough do do that, they are the ones who have a bee in their bonnet. It's not like you get booted off the island based on how many up or down votes you get!

  • The internet is so weird. :)


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