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Wide enough cups for me, yayyyy!
I enjoy the firm band and like the fact that cups are light - very unlike Freya Deco, which in my opinion has really annoyingly foamy cups. Although I seem to fall in the middle of FF and G, 28G did have too high wings. With FF my armpits aren't bothered.
Jude leaves me with slight quad, but it's so slight I might keep this taken into an account how comfortable this otherwise is.
Updated on Feb 15, 2015 Flag this
The cups on this bra were much too closed for my full-on-top breasts. The wires were also quite wide and there was excess fabric on either side. Would likely be best for someone who is wide and FoB.
Updated on Jul 02, 2014 Flag this
More comfortable underwire than the Cleo Neve Plunge 7196, but shape still seems off. 28 is a bit too tight, doesn't sit flat against the sternum, even though the FF seems to fill the cups well most places except the bottom.
Updated on May 11, 2014 Flag this
My biggest complaint about this bra is that the band is loose. I still will wear this bra because its wearable even with how loose the band is.
Updated on Nov 04, 2013 Flag this
Fits well but doesn't give very much cleavage. Also kind of caves in right above the underwires after a few mins of wearing it. Underwires start to dig in and get very uncomfortable. Maybe I need to get a bigger band size?
Updated on Oct 28, 2013 Flag this
This bra works for me. I guessed it would, because it's shaped like my natural boobs. I sized up the cup because it supposedly runs small.... and it worked.
The only thing I don't like is the 'wide' silhouette it gives (Yes, yes, I know, that's my natural boob silhouette... but still... it just looks more perky if it doesn't do that)..... But I suppose this problem only exists in the presence of a small waist... so it's kind of a luxury problem.
The band does seem to stretch out a bit though.
Update: after 4 months of wearing this bra (attained via bratabase with no significant prior wear) I'm tossing it. I had no issues with the minimal centre gore, but that is an instable spot in the bra, and despite the band being comfortable: not too tight at all, I am wearing a 28 band on a 26in ribcage, the wires seem to move outward, leading to the centre gore and part of the cup in the centre literally cutting into my skin. This is quite painful.
Updated on Sep 22, 2013 Flag this
Awesome bra, and great for practical use, but just not good for my breast shape.
Updated on Sep 20, 2013 Flag this
This bra does not fit my boob-shape at all. I've tried 28E, 28F, and 28FF. The straps are too far apart and fall easily. The underwires are very "U" shaped, whereas by boobs are more flat along the bottom. The cups cut into the top of my boobs, no matter the size. I went from a 28F to a 28FF in the hopes that there would be less quad-boob. Instead, I couldn't fill the bottom of the cup, and there was still quad-boob. Also, the wire digs into my sternum when I bend over. Generally not a comfortable bra.
Updated on Mar 19, 2013 Flag this
The Cleo Jude is a weird one to fit. I had to size up to a 28FF as the cup in a 28F cuts into my upper breast tissue even though I am bottom heavy. The bra itself is very basic looking, though it does have a ribbon detail.
The bra is very comfortable and works well under shirts without showing through (I have it in Nude). The straps are fully adjustable and the plunge goes very low.
ETA: I've worn this bra for about a month and have decided that it doesn't really work for me. Having to size up to avoid quadboob has meant that the top of the cup is really too wide and pokes me in the arm. The wires are still fine but the bra seems too wide set now at the top.
Updated on Oct 15, 2012 Flag this
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Added on Nov 19, 2012
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