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I saw this bra in the Bravissimo summer catalogue a few weeks ago, thought how pretty it was, and dismissed it as not worth trying because Bravissimo's own brand balconettes and half-cups are appallingly bad fits for me. But then last week when I was putting in an order for a new Panache Envy Balconnet Bra (7285) I decided to add this one on since the returns are free, and to my astonishment, it fits! It's remarkably comfortable too - so much so, in fact, that I'm going to order the regular Satine as well to take the place of my now sadly much too small ... Ewa Michalak 3D Wodzianka bra 70DD - Ewa Michalak » 3d Wodzianka (504) . I could possibly have gone up a size to the 30G to avoid getting any hint of quad-boob, but I find I prefer occasional quadding to gapping when I lean forward, which I suspect the 30G would give me on my smaller side.
The flower design is very bright, and it has a small button on the centre gore, which makes a nice change from the usual bows. This bra does have one very peculiar feature, though: a fold of net just below the hem at the top of the cups. I can't see that it serves any purpose other than to make the design more cluttered, and it may well show up under tighter clothes.
Updated on May 11, 2014 Flag this
I know the Satine has a big following, and I can understand why. Unfortunately, this bra is probably a size too large--my breasts do not fill the top of the cups. I love the low gore, rounded profile, narrow cups, and satiny smooth fabric. I'm tempted to buy it in a smaller size. This bra seems like a great substitute for folks wanted a t-shirt bra but don't want a shallow, molded cup model.
Updated on Dec 03, 2017 Flag this
Bravissimo Satine - one of my favourite bras! I just cant stop buying them! I want all possible colours and models! One of the most comfiest bras that ive ever owned in my life. I love their satin softness.
The wires are comfy, short and on the flexible side. 30FF has a tad too wide wires for my fairly narrow breasts. 30F has my perfect width of 13cm, in 30FF theres 0.5cm difference. As im already experienced with Comexim and its flexible, sometimes too wide wires, I decided to improve fit of Satine and bend its wires. It was quite simple as I mentioned theyre on the flexible ... side rather than what we get in Panache or Ewa Michalak bras. Wider wires were causing a bit of gapping as my boobs had too much space inside the cup and were running to sides, now with bended wires, the breast tissue is well contained and gapping is gone. The gore is relatively low and also does not cause any pain.
The band is perfect on me, however it is made only of 1 layer of mesh, which I really hate as this gives to bra shorter life unfortunately. I feel secure and comfortable on loosest set.
The cup depth is good, much better than in 30F. This bra seems to be better for short roots, that I do not have. in 30F, my boobs were okay with small quadboobs after I wore it, and then after some time im kind of falling out of the middle (lol my boobs are more on the sides so thats very unusual, it happened only once before in one of my EM bras!) Ive decided to try 30FF, and as I said, with bended wires, cups fits well, better than in 30F, so Im going to give it a try as see whether my boobs will fall out or not
Straps are good, they nicely hide under my tank tops, also theyre made of soft and easy to adjust fabric. I love that theyre wider so they dont dig into my skin.
Overall Im very pleased with these bras and definietly will buy more of them (even for sleeping!) !
Updated on Dec 17, 2016 Flag this