This was my first bra from the Charnos brand, I initially bought it just because it was a chap grab (8.99GBP) but I've come to love this bra. It's full coverage but doesn't feel daunting because of how light and frilly the lacework is.
The silhouette is a very vintage, splayed slightly pointy one so if that's not a shape you like this bra isn't for you. I don't mind at all.
From looks alone, this bra gives me a vintage (50s/60s) bridal lingerie feel. It's not usually my aesthetic but it's pretty.
It's not my favorite but it's seemingly a nice quality, well fitting bra and I can't complain about that.
It's a good black basic. I've worn it in a few sizes. It does fit quite snug in the band, so def size up. But the cups are generous and deep. It's a good fit for close set, projected breasts of narrow(ish) dimensions. The straps should be thicker in this size, to give better support, but they're ok. It's not the most supportive bra but it does provide very good shape, good fit and good coverage.
I thought this bra was just ok. I had read that it ran large, so I ordered down, but obviously, I could have done with a cup or two larger. The cut is nice for a petite person. My main issue was the fabric, it was really itchy and seemed cheap. I'm generally not too sensitive about lace or other fabrics, so that really stood out to me. I have sense read in a review on a different site that the fabric of the ivory color seemed "different" than the other colors she had purchased, so maybe that accounts for it. Either way, I did not keep this bra.
This is probably the best-fitting bra I've tried on recently. There is a line of elastic across the top of the cup that very nicely solves the wrinkling problem I often get with my bottom-heavy boobs. I have problems with the straps, though. They seem to adjust long enough, but the bra sags a bit once they reach that point, and they want to slip off. They also REALLY dig into my shoulders, and the decorative stitching irritates my skin. I have not worn this for very long to see if I get used to it, but I'm not sure if I'll be keeping it if this problem stays around.