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Jazzy J! I held off trying the Jasmine, I think because of it's reputation for a pointy shape. Then I tried one (34JJ - Panache » Jasmine Balconnet Bra (6951), and it was, in fact, pointy, and I didn't care for it. But I thought I'd see if a smaller cup size would help pull in the points. And it did! I quite like this 36HH in black.
This bra has a four-part construction with vertical seams and a side panel. The top panel is stretch lace with no elastic strip along the edging. The bottom panels are a single-layered mesh - quite light, but not unsturdy. I find when I wear it, the cups "disappear" and I just feel the wires and band.
Speaking of the band, I had a blowout the other day when I tried it. Apparently my breasts are rather low-set with my IMF not far above the bottom rib in front. The Jasmine's band rode down till it was resting on the ridge of the last rib, and when I yawned and stretched my ribcage contracted and whoops! The band slipped right over the edge onto my stomach. I took some pictures of the effect, which felt worse under the shirt than it looked outside of it. Anyway, I have ordered a 34J sister size to see if it will still work with the tighter band.
The wires on this one are just a bit too long for me and the wings too high, so it can get uncomfortable under the armpits at times. No surprise for me with Panache.
Overall I think this one fits! If I don't keep it, it will only be for budgetary reasons and that I think it will be easier for me to find a Jasmine later on than a Thea, which I am also happy with. 34J - Panache » Thea Balconnet Bra (9261)
Updated on Jun 27, 2019 Flag this