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For being a 2 part seamed bra, the seams show surprisingly little through shirts, making it a great candidate for a t-shirt bra. (It is lightly padded to prevent show-through, another plus!) The side profile has an awesome lifted rounded shape, and the front profile is front and center with no east/west action at all.
The band is looser than I like...while it does work, I'm sure I'd be moving onto the tighter hooks fairly quickly. The straps are set too wide for my narrow shoulders (a common problem for me), but a strap accessory in the back fixes this issue.
The cups are a bit too small, creating a slightly quad-look. The lace at the top of the cups lays flat on me, but this is actually because the cup is too small and I'm spilling out. (In a correctly sized Juna the lace trim should stick up a bit when not under a shirt.)
I returned this bra as a 30GG/28H offers a better fit for me.
Updated on Dec 30, 2012 Flag this
This bra was fitted for me at Bravissimo in London.
The fitter recommended that I wear it on the tightest setting. I actually found that after a few hours it was really uncomfortable and digging in to me which was a surprise for me as I've been wearing underwire bras for years with very few issues and wondered why women often complained about them. I finally decided to wear it on the second hook which improved things comfortwise but now only a few weeks later after very little wear it has apparently stretched because I need to wear it on the tightest setting again. Seems that maybe I ... need a smaller band to allow for stretching?
The underwires dig in under the arms but they don't seem too high or too narrow so maybe it's just my body shape that's causing it.
After a few minutes of wear the centre gore does seem to come away from my sternum a small amount.
The straps are only just long enough for me.
Update: Initially I had problems with my Cleos when I first got them - the straps seemed to want to cut my arms off and the centre gores seemed too wide. I guess I've grown into them because they're now my favourite bras and I no longer have those issues.
As with all of my Cleos, the wires are possibly a bit wide for my chest but they're comfortable and leagues ahead of anything else I've tried.
Weight gain has also resulted in me wearing my Cleos on the loosest setting. Hopefully I won't have to start looking for 32F's soon
Updated on Jan 09, 2016 Flag this
I had really high hopes for this bra as it was recommended to me loads of times in fit check posts for having narrower wires and more projection/front facing shape compared with Freya half cups that I wear now. I finally got the chance to try it on in-store in the UK. The first thing I saw was that the lace was sticking up ridiculously, which I have heard is the sign of a good fit ... only it didn't fit at all. There was a lot of quadding on my larger side in a 30G, but going up to a GG was definitely not feasible. The wires ... were already up way too high in the armpit with the G cup. Because the straps on Juna are only adjustable half way (ugh), I could also not get it up high enough in my IMF when fully tightened. Also irritating was a weird sticking out gape of material on the outside edge of the cups, where the strap meets the cup and along the outer side. This was something I used to get when I was wearing a 38D Lilyette minimizer, and since I found my "real" size the only other bra I had this with was the Panache Sport (wired version). I was also disappointed to find that the wires are not much narrower than Freya half cups. They are at least an inch too wide at the ends and strangly slanted upwards like a swoosh, in addition to being simply too tall. I was really hoping this was going to be my bra, so I'm sad.
Updated on Sep 15, 2015 Flag this
Juna didn't fit to my projected, FOT breasts. The cups are small for me.
It might be a good bra for swallow breasts.
Updated on Jul 07, 2015 Flag this
Great! My breasts are shallow, and this bra perfectly flatters my natural shape. Very comfortable, and thick enough for reliable nipple camouflage (while still being malleable enough to allow my firmer than average tissue to be happy). Wheeeeee!
Updated on Apr 16, 2015 Flag this
This bra makes a wonderful t-shirt bra. It's a great alternative to molded bras (which I hate and always hurt for me). It's very comfy and gives a great shape and lift. Because the straps are only half-adjustable, it sits a little bit lower than it should and there's some empty space at the bottom of one cup. Other than that it's perfect!
Updated on Mar 02, 2015 Flag this
I just got this one in and tried it on and so far so good. The material is really soft and has enough molding for modesty, but not enough to add to the appearance of breast size (which is a good thing to me). The seam in the middle of the cup may prevent me from wearing it under some t-shirts unless I wear a cami with it. The material also seems to be fairly stretchy, so it doesn't hold me up quite as well as I would like. The cup size is just a bit on the small side - not quite small enough for the full quad-boob effect, but I don't think I could go up a cup size without some wrinkling. I love the color though (I got the strawberry), and the lace detail on the top is pretty. It's not perfect, but it will do.
Updated on Sep 17, 2013 Flag this
Too big in the cup, too big in the band. Just felt like a LOT of bra.
Updated on Jul 20, 2013 Flag this
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