I knew I needed to "break it in" and get used to this style as my first quality-moulded.
Initial wearing all-day it felt great and at day's end I realized the left strap had worn or rubbed down some skin on my back shoulder blade which took a couple days to heal. Right side underarm the end of the under-wire really poked quite a bit. This style isn't really made for my shape. It would be better on someone who finds side wires stop too short under their arms. Gave it a rest for a couple days off but then tried it again.
Not perfect but cute colorful options given my size.
I want to love this bra, I really do. I think it's very pretty. It's got a fairly good fit, though the wires are a bit high up on the outside, but not to the point I can't stand it. I have a bit of a gap at the bottom of the cup, but following the advice that I was given on another bra, pulling on the wire to place it more properly, doing a bit of a bounce and wiggle, it helps a lot there. I don't think this will be an everyday bra for me, but it will definitely be one that ...I pull out for certain outfits to give a bit more cleavage. Overall, I'm happy with the choice, and will definitely try other in the Cleo and Panache lines.
I'm still giving this some break in time. On further wearing, the wires aren't too high, and I've edited my fit on it. What rubs is the side of the cup that rubs on my lower armpit area a bit, and hopefully with more wear it will fit a bit better. I'm not quite ready to give it up yet, as I really like the look it gives me with some t-shirts. Read more 108 more words
This is quite pretty for a nude bra. I think it's the wrong shape for me because although the cups are deep enough, they're too wide and possibly made for shallower breasts (I have projected, centre-heavy FOB boobs). I can't fill them on the bottom and sides even though I'm quadding slightly in the centre. I bought a cup size bigger than usual (and also a band size because it was on sale and there where no 28s) based on the measurements here on Bratabase and I'm really thankful for it because a 30FF would have created A LOT of quadding in the centre. The empty space or the quadding ...don't show while wearing clothes. The bra gives me a nice rounded shape and it's not uncomfortable. I worried that, since tha cups are also quite tall, they would chafe near the armpits, but thankfully it's not an issue. I'd prefer it to be completely in nude colour because the white details show quite a bit under thin clothes. I'm going to keep it because my old nude bra is literally falling apart, but I'm sure I could do a lot better than this! Read more 83 more words
This bra gets a bad rap because of its shallow cut, but for some reason this bra fits me like a charm! It's insanely comfortable and perfect for my shape. It covers all of my breast tissue on the sides, something I rarely can find in a bra. It's completely perfect for me!
I am a fairly even and projected breast shape. I have average-to-narrow roots with a slight omega shape. My best fitting bra is a Cleo Lily in 30G.
The Jude is one of the better molded cup bras I've tried - however, it's still definitely too shallow for me. There's not enough projection for me at the bottom of the cup, and it's consequently pushed down below my inframammary fold as I wear it throughout the day, resulting in some slight wrinkling.
I find the design a little boring, but generally there's only so much you can really do with molded cups. I like the vibrancy of the colours (I have the teal and purple), regardless.
I like the look of this bra, but unfortunately, the 30G feels pretty wide, and I feel like there is extra space under my breasts -- the underwire doesn't seem to naturally rest in the crease. Perhaps this would be fixed with a smaller cup -- I'm hoping!
This bra is pretty, but just not my shape. For me, the underwire dug into my sternum, and the line of the cup gave me a quad boob. *Sigh* this one just isn't for me https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" />
Just the wrong shaG abd I guess this one technically fits kind of, but it's just wrong for me. Orange in a glass effect all over the place :/ It's so bad that it's actually created a wrinkle in the bottom if the cups. I do love the whimsical look of the bra. It's so juvenile and precious https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
I love the thick straps. The style is cute. What keeps this bra from being a perfect fit for me is my breasts don't quite fill the bottom of the cups (I didn't notice this at the store) and I'm concerned the cup separation might be a little too big for me.
It isn't the right shape for me. The wires are wide and long enough, but the cups cut in at the armpits (whether that's MBT, wrong shape, or both - I'm not sure) and then there's some spillage in the middle as I am bottom heavy. I don't quite fill the bottom of the cup as there is creasing - could be orange in a glass, but just seems like an overall weird fit so I don't think a different size would make a better fit.
Wires sometimes poke me in the middle, will try to bend the wires out a bit.