This is a pretty bra (thank you for sending it to me, mandapandarawks!). It's a gorgeous purple with a sculpted lace upper portion. The material is super stretchy and that's what makes this one work for me. Because of the stretchiness, it allows enough projection at the wire without the lace upper portion gapping or being too loose. It also has slide supports that I've often seen attached inside the cup on other bras. This is my first experience with it outside the cup. If I slouch, the side "sling" looks misplaced and gaps, but none of this shows beneath a shirt. The straps seem a bit stretchy and wide so it might not work for really narrow shoulders. It's a comfortable bra and I love it.
My shape: full on bottom, soft tissue, narrow shoulders/roots. Special thanks to MamaPagan for sending me this bra (and many others!) to try on! Appearance: BRIGHT purple! This is a really pretty shade of straight up purple; I've never owned a bra this color before! Made of stretchy fabric, it has this side sling contraption on the outside of each cup that goes from the armpit all the way up to about the halfway point of the strap.. The top of the cups are made of stretchy purple mesh with embroidered leaf designs. Fit: This doesn't offer the support I have come to love that my Ewa bras have, which ...isn't a surprise, given that this has no cup seams. The stretchy fabric allowed for lots of projection, though. The biggest problem I had with this bra was the straps, but not my usual, "wah wah these are sooo wide!" The strap PLACEMENT was fine, but they were way too short. Since they only allow for adjustments halfway up the strap, I had them as long as they would go, and I still had the cups wedged into my armpit. I wasn't sure I would be able to put the bra on! If the fabric wasn't so smooth and silky, it would be seriously uncomfortable from the get-go. Read more 109 more words
Glamour 32G I am adding this bra for data/informational purposes only. This Bra is not owned by me at the time of addition to the database. The Glamour was a purple nylon bra with lace tops. It had 2 horizontal sections to the cups, plus a crescent sling area that is connected to the outer section of the cups for support.
The band measured 25.5” to a max of 36.5” and had 3 hooks with 3 rows of eye loops.
Cup Depth as measured by: 1 Hovering the cup between the knees, then placing the tape measure into the cups without any resistance. This measurement is: 11”
2 Placing the cup over the knee and stretching it similar to what a breast would, to the maximum resistance. This measurement is: 13”
I feel these two figures give you a general idea of the minimum and maximum depth that the cup can accommodate, just like the flat and stretched band measurements do with bands.