Gefällt mir nicht: -Das Band ist sehr dehnbar, bereits nach einem Monat konnte ich ihn problemlos auf dem letzten Haken schließen -Der Steg lag nicht richtig an und hat sich ständig in mein Brustbein gegraben -Auch unter den Achseln hat der Bügel gepiekst, obwohl dieser nicht zu lang war -Die Verarbeitung war relativ schlecht, es standen Fäden heraus -Die Passform war bei mir eher unvorteilhaft und nicht wie auf den Werbebildern
For being a 2 part seamed bra, the seams don't show very much through shirts. It's probably not the best for solid color t-shirts due to the seams, but it looks great under t-shirts that have a design on them. (FYI, it is lightly padded to prevent show-through.) 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 works well for me on the loosest hooks, not too tight, not too loose. The cups fit well, and while the lace doesn't lay flat, when you put a shirt on it flattens down and does ...not show. I do think this bra runs a bit small in the cups. My normal Panache size is a 30G, but the 30G Juna gave me the quad look. This 30GG fits nicely, so if you are considering this bra you may want to size up one cup size.
Though the straps are set extremely wide (coming off the cups at the very very edge), I haven't yet had any strap slippage. Unfortunately the straps do cut into my armpit a little bit, right at the point where the strap meets the cup.
Decided to return this particular bra as I found a better deal on a Cleo "Sadie", which is the same cut, just a different fabric. Read more 117 more words
This bra fits me beautifully but because it's in my sister size, there are some problems with the band (too big). The center gore floats away from my chest slightly when I bend forward, and I have to wear it on tightest hooks. 34DDD/E would have been much better if it was available.
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. Read more 98 more words
My weight has changed a bit recently so I was trying out some different sized bras. My breast shape: Shallow-low projection, wide root, full on bottom. Turns out 36C is working for me in most brands, but Cleo Juna didn't have any 36Cs available so I opted for the 34D. The cups, especially the right one, was gaping a lot. It was noticeable because the cups hold their shape. If there was a 36 C out there I could try, I would go for it. The bra is very comfortable.