This is the review for the crochet lace looking Aerie bralette. This is a very nice bralette, with lined cups. It's made of thicker lace so it will definitely last longer than a lot of the other lace bralettes like from Victoria's Secret. I received the large as a giveaway in order to test my size, and I must say it's very generous in the cup portion. I am usually a 26FF, so I decided to alter down the band just to get the right amount of coverage in the front, but I think a medium would have suit me better. The large is actually quite large. I usually wear large in Flirtitude bralettes, and some VS bralettes and alter the band.
Bralettes have become quite popular lately, and Aerie makes a good variety of them. I received this as a giveaway, in order to test my bralette size with Aerie. Thank you so much @equinones86. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> With recent weight gain and my 2nd puberty, I am fitting best in 26FF or 28F since I prefer looser bands. The 'Large' in Aerie is recommend for sizes 34D, 34DD, 36B, 36C, 36D, 38C, 36A according to their size chart. Since 34D is my sister size, I tried this with the intention of altering the band down. I actually have to ...say that the Medium boob area would have probably fit my shallow shape better. The bralettes are generous in the fabric in the front and after taking in the band and shortening the straps, I find I can probably size down. The 'Medium' should fit 32D, 32DD, 34B, 34C, 34D, 36A, so I am still in that sister size range to try it. This review is for the purplely lace, racerback style with boxer elastic, which I believe is discontinued, but this review may be useful for anyone considering other Aerie bralette models. Read more 96 more words