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Overall, this bra fits pretty great. I fill out the cups nicely and the lace doesn't lie flat which is a sign the cups are the right size (if the lace lies flat you're quadboobing!) I think the wires are a tad wide for me, even though I have a wide-ish(?) root. It doesn't cause any discomfort though so it isn't really problem. This is the first time I've had a bra that I haven't had to adjust constantly during the day - hurrah!
One con is that the seams show through fitted t-shirts (at least they do for me) so it might not work super well as a t-shirt bra for everyone. I don't really mind the seams showing but I felt I should mention it.
Updated on Jun 20, 2013 Flag this
Very comfortable bra. This bra is recommended for shallow shapes, which I have. I have shallow (tall, starts near my collarbone), narrow, and close together boobs. Most shallow girls seem to have a wider root so a lot of the recommendations do not fit me too well https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" />. The band is a bit looser so size down. The seams on the front is actually visible through thin tank tops and shirts. The underwires are too wide for my narrow root unfortunately and a wee bit too separated. The 28 F is actually a better fit because of the larger cup, however, I chose to go with the 28 E simply because I have very narrow breasts and the 28 F is too wide. Unfortunately, the 28 E is not deep enough for me, and it is actually still a bit too wide. Since its not deep enough, a part of my breasts are pushed out near the top causing armpit fat. Still, this is a very comfortable bra and I kept it.
Updated on Jun 06, 2013 Flag this
Different colors fit differently. The strawberry 28E works for me, but the nude 28E is too big in the cups, and the band is also looser. Will exchange the nude for an 28DD.
Updated on May 09, 2013 Flag this
I'm at the beginning of my ABTF journey, so this was a test bra for me. My recommended/calculated size is 28E (28"/27"/26" underbust, 32.5"/34.5"/33" bust). I was sure on being FOB, close-set, tall roots, and splayed roots, but I wasn't sure on my projection. With the Juna, I've determined that it's a shape mismatch for me, particularly with projection. My apex was much higher than that of the cups (squishing my breast tissue against my body), the wires were slightly pushed down under my IMF, and there was slight quadding when leaning over. I believe these fit issues are a problem with the bra being too shallow for ... me. I am also very close-set, so the gore/inner portion of the wire came up high enough and was wide enough to sit on my breast tissue -- not ideal, though not altogether uncomfortable.
This didn't fit me (in particular the cup shape), but otherwise, the band fit well, and the gore tacked. It's also very comfortable (minus the wires not sitting in my IMF); I didn't find that that tops of the wires, the tops of the cups, etc. cut into me, and the fabric feels soft. This definitely would be better for someone on the shallow side.
Updated on Mar 04, 2021 Flag this
Still trying it and it fits really great. I love the feel of the straps and the shape thebra give me. I think this bra is the closes I've had to an absolutely perfect fit. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
Updated on Oct 02, 2017 Flag this
This bra isn't quite right for my shape. The wires and cups come up a little short and small at the sides of my breasts. The shape of the top of the cup with the fixed lace digs in over my breast tissue. I have fairly even fullness, with shallow, wide rooted breasts but I think this might suit someone a little more shallow with a little more fullness at the bottom of their breasts as it doesn't give as rounded a shape as some others I've tried, leaving me a tiny bit pointy shaped. The straps feel a little cushioned and are a little stretchy but only half adjustable which I jut on the edge of not adjusting small enough for me. The gore is a little higher than I usually like but I don't need the support there and prefer lower, more comfortable gore heights.
Updated on Aug 28, 2016 Flag this
Tried 28E because the 28DD was too shallow. The cups of the 28E were still a little small, while the wires were a bit wide, The gore was too high, and left marks after trying on the bra for a few minutes. Returned.
Updated on Apr 26, 2016 Flag this
I want to love this bra because it is widely available and comes in many color options. Unfortunately the gore is stabby and the straps fall down. Story of my (bra)life.
Updated on Nov 01, 2015 Flag this
This is the best fit I have found so far. The lace lays flat on me, so it is possible a 28F would be a better fit, but the 28E works very well.
Updated on Feb 22, 2015 Flag this
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So, I was always told by Juna fans that the lace on top is supposed to kind of wrinkle a bit. I know that sounds weird, but that's what they all said when it came out. lol
In terms of the fit I think it is a shape mismatch, that is why neither size really works perfectly... In terms of horizontally measured depth per se, the DD is probably OK, but the apex of the cup is really too low compared to your natural shape, so that depth isn't quite as high as you need it, if that makes sense. In the E cup, the apex and greatest depth are higher up, which works better for you, but it has more volume than you need overall.