This bra feels ok on my body and at first I didn't like the way it made my boobs look, but now, the more I wear it, the more I like it! And, I think, it's pretty darn comfortable. The 3 part cups are full coverage and really supportive with padded underwires. And it has a leotard back with two hook closure. It is a 40DD in lite lilac . Also the upper cups are made of soft pretty paisley lace. The side wings are made with a powermesh material. And there is a touch of embroidery on the straps in the front of the bra. I am pretty sure it has been discontinued.
Great lift and side support for someone with pendulous breasts and who is in need of torso definition due height and body shape issues. Separates the breasts but does not push the breast tissue to the side, as I have found some bras do (e.g. Elomi). Instead the side sling construction brings the breasts forward, but without creating too pointed a breast. This is great is you are like me and have lost your torso definition due to multiple pregnanancies and weight gain. My one criticism is that the underwire pokes into my underarm as I am short (5'/152cm).
This bra is super comfortable, but doesn't fit the criteria I had when buying it; namely a nude bra that I could wear under a white button-down. The lace is very textured and shows up under fabric that is too thin or slightly sheer. It is, however, a great full-coverage bra for full busts. Definitely not something you could wear under a tank or a dress, but I can run to the bus without worrying that I'll have to subtly put an entire boob back into the cup, or hike my straps all the way back up my arms once I get there. I've had it about six months and worn it about a dozen times (I don't usually wear a bra) whenever I need something comfortable but classy under a dress shirt or something. Not the cutest bra, but it does the job.
This bra is an excellent fit and is the same cut as the Prima Donna Madison. Like, I tried them on over each other and they're exactly the same. I'm planning to try a 70G to see if I can refine the fit a little - the 70H fits very, very well but I suspect the G may fit like a glove like the Madison does. If the G's a little too small, I'll stick with the H.
The bra provides some support, but perhaps I need more support. Also be boobs are pretty much pushed together. My sister claims the bra cup is too small. However, I also see some wirnkling at the tops.
it's the closest to perfect bra I own. It's not good for any low and wide necklines, but for anything else it's pretty good. The lace is visible under thin shirts. It shapes the sides nicely and makes me look thinner than the bras that flatten and widen.
After a long day the wire under my arm pokes in and hurts, but it's the only area with a problem. It doesn't hurt the ribcage under the breasts. Seems more flattering than other Chantelle bras.
This helps a lot! Thank you!