Feels a little smaller than before.
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Alright, perhaps single vertically seamed bras aren't entirely a lost cause on me. I suppose they just need wearing in, so long as they're the right depth.
I bought this well used, not too stretched out. This fit me much better than the brand new 30D Juna, and the flattened seam meant that there wasn't extra room along the seam.
It's not a perfect fit on me. It's a little too closed on top for me. The lace wrinkles, but only in the bottom half of the lace. The top half lies flat. It's no quadboob, but my roots are clearly a bit too tall for the cups.
The width is still good, the straps are still good, and the band has stretched enough that I'm wearing this on the second hooks straight off. The gore initially put pressure on my sternum that wasn't uncomfortable but very noticeable. Fortunately, the wires are flexible enough that I could bend the wires away while wearing the bra. I've found that occasionally I need to rebend the gore outwards, no more than once a day, but it's not a problem.
Honestly, this bra is so comfortable, I'll probably keep buying it going forward, even if the cups aren't perfect for me. It fits well enough otherwise.
This bra is not owned any more
Updated on Jul 24, 2015 Flag this