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This is my favorite bra! It is my best fitting bra for my slightly shallow breasts with short roots. It gives a nice round shape and is very comfortable.
The gore is just narrow enough for me, most of my bras are a bit to wide for my close set breast altough that's not uncomfortable for me it is nice to have a few bras with narrower gores.
It is not completely smooth under clothes, you can see the seams under tight or thin shirts.
I own this bra in black and ivory.
Updated on Mar 24, 2016 Flag this
Much better than the 28D in the same bra. Oddly, the 28D actually looks bigger on me...Not sure how that works. Wires on this are much better than the 28D and the cups don't look quite so narrow-set, but they're still too narrow for my shape. They also still expect more inner fulness than I have. So this one's getting returned too.
Updated on Dec 15, 2014 Flag this
Cleo Juna kept coming up in my Bratabase recommendations in all sorts of sizes, so I decided to grab one when I found this on deep discount. Unfortunately my preferred size of 28DD wasn't available, so I decided to try the 30D. Juna turned out to be a bra that is wearable and looks pretty decent under clothes, but is one of my least favorite fits thusfar.
Cleo bands tend to run a bit small, so usually 30D works for me. However, I found that this band runs extremely large even though the construction of it is supportive. It definitely rides up my back unless ... I wear it on the tightest hook. However, the cups are smaller overall than 28DD Maddie, which fits me perfectly. While 28DD Juna might be better for me, I think this style just runs a little small in the cups, and I wonder if I could pull off a 28E. I can still wear this bra without any overflow though, and a tighter cup fit will help minimize the visible vertical seam in the middle of the cup, so it ends up being workable. I really dislike the short molded cup and the lace trim upper cup. I feel like this makes the cup look absolutely tiny and disproportionate on my body, plus the lace makes the upper edge of the cup very visible under clothing.
I wish I could return the bra, but I bought it final sale. I think it will be fine to wear in the winter where thicker layers can help disguise the visible seams, but this is far from my favorite lined bra.
Updated on Sep 15, 2019 Flag this
Vertical 2 seamed bra, open on top.
I love the material of the bra, it's a great everyday type, not one of those scratchy types. However, I do have some fit issues.
The two seam makes the bra quite pointy towards the middle and I can't seem to fill all of the pointy inside. Likewise, the lace at the top doesn't quite lie flat (quadboob). Overall, I may need the next cup size up but band size down (the band is very stretchy). I think if I didn't have the orange in a glass effect perhaps the pointiness wouldn't be as obvious.
Updated on Apr 24, 2018 Flag this
Single vertical seams in padded bras just don't like me very much.
The first thing I noticed when I put it on was that it was just a bit too deep at the seams, but only at the seams. I've had the same problem with other similar bras I've tried, which were the 30D - B.tempt'd By Wacoal » Ciao Bella Balconette (953144) and the 28D - Masquerade » Antoinette Bandeau Bra (7151) .
The second thing I noticed was just how soft and comfortable this bra is all around. The outside of the cups were even softer than the inside, and that's really ... saying something. The straps were stretchy in both sections, and actually adjusted short enough even though it wasn't fully adjustable. Quite a first for me. No problems with the gore, but I only had it on for a couple of minutes. I was a bit worried about it since it was a problem with my Masquerade Rhea, but nope. Super comfy Juna.
The band was quite big, a bit too large for me I think. It doesn't run firm, which is too bad.
The lace, well. I don't really like it. It wrinkles fine, but honestly, the bra would work just as well without it. The bra would look a lot more plain without it, but it really doesn't add that much to the aesthetic. I folded the lace down and I think the bra looks a bit better without it. If I could find a way to cut bra wires, I think I would remove the lace and alter the gore down.
Slightly infuriating that even a bra where many users advise to size up in cups is still a tiny bit too deep for me. I am just super freaking shallow. The width is fine, I just need the cups to not be projected at a single seam because my breasts are not shaped like that.
Honestly, the cups don't fit that badly, and the relatively stiff shape of the cup mostly hides the extra space at the seams. It fits pretty well, enough that I'm going to look for it in a 28DD.
Updated on Jul 04, 2015 Flag this
I have a wide root and shallow boobs. I do need flat cups but not extraordinary wide wires. I almost don't have any volume on top. I usually wear this bra when my boobs are smaller during the first weeks after my mestruation.
The fabric is really soft and comfortable as the cups inside is lined with cotton. Since the band runs really large I altered it to a 28DD. The cups seem to be a little smaller than usual 28DD cups more like something in between D and DD.
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Updated on Sep 09, 2014 Flag this
This bra fit so well EXCEPT the band was too large so I need to sistersize down to a 28DD. I definitely recommend it for shallow shapes. I am shallow with tall roots and often bras cut in a bit above my nipples because of it, but this bra was great and didn't do that! It doesn't come up very high, so maybe that's why.
Pros: Suits shallow shapes. Very comfortable.
Cons: Lace is wrinkly and not attractive. I can see both the seam AND my nipples under cotton t-shirts. Band runs large.
I will definitely be purchasing this in a 28DD to wear under things that aren't t-shirts, even though I hate how the bra looks!
Updated on May 22, 2014 Flag this
The construction seems very solid, but I think would work better for someone who isn't as full on the bottom. My boobs tend to push it down a bit below my inframammary fold. However, I also think I bought this a cup side too small, so that surely isn't helping any!
Updated on Apr 15, 2014 Flag this
I'm a 30D but generally wear a 32C because it's hard to get 30 bands where I am. I found for the Juna that the band doesn't stretch very much, so the 30D is a bit tight for me. I have an extender, though, and going out one hook for it is perfect. (I can't just go up to a 32C with this one because it starts with a D cup.)
I love this bra. It gives a bit of cleavage which I never have otherwise, and it fits perfectly with the exception of being a bit snug around the band. The gore tacks beautifully for me. I'm quite shallow and don't fill the cups until I swoop and scoop, and then it's perfect. So far, my favourite bra!
Updated on Nov 17, 2013 Flag this
This bra is generally recommended for shallow breasts. It was too small for me on my bigger side (the lace was flat against me), but the gore didn't come up too high. The band was pretty stretchy. I ended up not keeping this bra, and after trying the Juna in a 28E (since I measure in between a 28DD and 28E), I decided that the Juna didn't work for me at all.
Updated on Aug 19, 2013 Flag this
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