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This bra would have been great if it wasn't for the massive quadboob I got from it. The wire breadth is normal for a 30D, the bottom parts of the cups are shallow but not too shallow. The top parts of the cups do not have enough space. If your shape is FOT or tall rooted, you may get massive quadboob, which is what I got. I thought about sizing up to a 30DD, but then I would have had other problems like the wire being too broad. This is a classic shape mismatch for me.
Updated on Nov 03, 2016 Flag this
The bra itself is pretty enough; however, this is not the right fit.
The band: It is comfortable. It seems to have been stretched out a bit from prior buyers trying on the bra. I can secure on the second set of hooks for the just right tightness, the first set for "comfort" though I find a tighter fit more comfortable since it means less adjusting during the day. The 3 hooks per column is fantastic.
The straps: Very wide. Feels as if it's cutting into my chest at times, though if I place it just where my pec meets the shoulders, it feels comfortable enough since it actually pushes the migrated breast tissue toward the breast initially.
Cups: Too shallow. Way too shallow. Major four boobs. Pity.
Lastly, although the bra is named a "padded bra," it's more like a spacer bra. There is actually no padding, just a foaminess to the cup.
Updated on Apr 20, 2014 Flag this
This runs small in the cup and is not flattering. Gave me major flat, smashed look with quad boobs to boot. Such an odd fit, that I am not sure what I would try - for sure a larger band and a larger cup. So maybe a 32DD?
The color oxblood is nice - I would say its a warm rusty red color.
The seams and styling seem very cute - if you can get it to fit right. The cups are rather wide, so the straps do hit a little at the armpit line, and the cups (on this tight size) seem to fold in when I move.
Updated on Mar 01, 2014 Flag this