I feel like this doesn't do anything for my shape. It makes my breast look very sad and downturned. I'm not sure what's wrong with the size. The back band seems to ride up a little bit even on the tightest hook, but I'm not sure if it's the construction since my CK in 32 doesn't do this.
This bra is absolutely gorgeous. It's light blue and the cups are covered in light green and light pink flower embroidery. The top panel actually feels a bit thick because of all the embroidery (compared to other bras with embroidery on them).
Unfortunately, the shape just didn't work for me. The bottoms of the cups fit fine, but the tops would cut into me and I was left with a small bubble at the top as well. I think this bra may better fit someone who is not as wide at the base of the breast or someone who's fuller on the bottom.
That being said, this is a gorgeous bra, perfect for spring and I'm sad that it didn't work for me.
This is a beautiful bra, the band is quite stretchy and the lace is soft. The upper cups have no stretch so if it is too small you get quad boob. It seems well made and gives boobs a nice round shape. It is too small in the cup for me.
The band was very comfortable but the top of the cups puckered - did not work out with my shallow breasts. And my fault, I ordered online and did not realize there was no padding, and I need a little padding. I ended up returning this bra.
The Bonnie is a sister cut of the Lucy, and as such the fit is very similar to that of the Lucy. What that means in this size (28E): FOB, very narrow wires, wide gore, average or slightly above average projection. I did notice a few small differences, however, which actually made the Bonnie work a bit better for me than the Lucy. First of all, the gore is slightly lower on the Bonnie, meaning the width is less of a problem (although it’s still not great for close-set breasts). Also, I don’t experience the same gaping in the Bonnie as I do in the Lucy, probably because ...the embroidery on top doesn’t have any stretch to it. The Bonnie is also maybe a tiny bit deeper in the cup than the Lucy.
I’m generally not too fond of pink, or of the obnoxiously loud color combinations found in the Cleo brand, but the Bonnie is more understated than some, and I actually rather like the appearance of the bra, especially the geometric embroidery that looks like a spirograph. On the less positive side, the fabric is scratchy, more so than the Lucy, and not all that comfortable on the skin.
Unfortunately, as with the Lucy, the shape of the wires does not match the shape of my IMF and digs in to my ribs painfully on the bottom outside corners, so ultimately I can’t wear it. Read more 127 more words
Love this bra. It is really a good fit if you are in between 28E and 28F. This bra could fit someone who needs a 28 F also. The band is slightly looser than other Cleo 28 bands. And the wires seem more comfortable than the Lucy wires on my ribs. The band feels slightly bigger than Lucy's band bit not as loose as the Juna band.
Fits really well, for a bandless bra. I had issues with this same cut in a 30G, so perhaps it's the smaller band that saves it this time.
The cups are narrow when laid flat but because of the bandless style, they distort and are wider when worn. Normally this would be very painful for me, but somehow, in this one, it's not. My full all over even boobs fill out the cups nicely without being cut into or spilling out anywhere. I wore it for a full day when I got it and I had no issues beyond having to hike it up once in a while because it crept down my V-shaped ribcage a little more than banded bras do. The shape is typical Cleo round and uplifted.
I like the deep pink with lime accents. I interpret the embroidery as something in between flowers and fireworks. Some of it is white, so it will show through light coloured tops.