The band on this runs almost a full band size small, it will stretch to 30 but by then the wires are being pulled. It will get to 28.5 without really moving the wires, so if you need a 28 band this may be a good match for you. When I first tried this bra on I had yet to measure it and just put it on. I didn't think it felt ridiculously tight, but the cups were getting distorted. I had so many bras that came in that day I was kind of rushing trying everything on. I thought about it later ...as I measured and realized it might work decently with an extender. I tried it on again with an extender as loose as it would go since I measure closer to 31 loose. It was a better fit with the extender for sure, but the cups seem like they may be too tall. I'm not sure if maybe it's a cup size too big or if this bra just isn't going to work for me. If I were to try it again I would definitely go up to a 32, but not sure what cup size to try. Overall it is a cute bra and I like the subtle print. Read more 116 more words
Just got this in the mail today and so far am pleasantly surprised! Someone had suggested looking into the strapless one, and when I came across the regular version saw it was discounted to $49! Figured what the heck, it's worth a try! 28GG fits perfectly... a little snug but I don't mind, gives a little extra push up effect, and there's no nip slip which is a problem I had with my Freya Deco Plunge 28G. The bra itself appears to be well made.. doesn't feel as "heavy duty" to me as the Freya Deco... but as of now that's not necessarily a bad thing. It's light, comfortable, and affordable. My only complaint if any, is that the shoulder straps are a set rather wide (i have very narrow shoulders). Haven't worn it for a full day yet.... but first impressions, so far so good!
Just got this a few hours ago in the mail. I initially ordered it because someone mentioned it being decent for wider breasts (and it was on sale, so I could afford to make a mistake.) I'm pleasantly surprised. The wires are a little too low under the armpits for my taste (I like them a bit higher) but my breast tissue doesn't escape so it works. The cups don't cut in on top and the gore lies more or less flat.
My only gripe with this is how poorly it masks my asymmetry, but that's more because it's padded (as opposed to merely lined.) As it is, I have to wear a cutlet with it, but I still like this bra a lot (and maybe now I can go try out a strapless of the same kind! I'm still trying to find a good strapless.)
I got this bra whilst trying to discover my true size it is clearly far too small and unwearable. I have the bright pink leopard print version with purple straps.
The Good: The insides of the cups are nice and soft; The straps have little hoopy lace details at the sides which should stop the slides moving around; The bra looks like it would give me a nice rounded shape if it fit properly; The underwires feel nice and sturdy and don't stretch much: .
The Bad: I would have to fasten the bra on the second hook straight away, the band feels loose and not at all supportive, ...I can only imagine that this would be even worse with a cup size that was big enough for me. I would definitely have to size down to a 28 in the back for a proper fit; Back Sausages!! Regardless of the size I can see that the thin single layer of stretchy fabric between the two strips of elastic on the back and wing would be no match for my modest back fat and so would make me look like I have a couple of sausages strapped to my back.
This bra is far too small for me but is still surprisingly comfortable, if it weren't for the flimsy nature of the back I would certainly consider getting it in my size. Read more 122 more words
Comfortable and cute bra. This fits almost identical as a 30GG Freya Deco, but I actually think this is more comfortable. The gore is also lower/smaller and more plungy, but I wasn't spilling out of the middle. The band is also much smaller than the 30GG deco so it's nice and firm. I love it! This is a really great bra.
I got this bra about a year ago and it sort of fit. I can't remember in detail, but I think it was too wide and maybe a little too large for me at the time. I've grown about a cup size since then and it fits pretty well now. It's still a bit too wide for me and the straps are too wide-set, but it's tolerable. I'd say it's moderately shallow, maybe just a hair too shallow for me now. Gives some pretty good cleavage, though.
This is a decent T-shirt bra but you definitely pay for the smooth line under clothes with a loss of support. The straps rub a little, too, though I think I might be dragging them closer to my neck than they're intended to go and causing part of the problem. I've had this bra for about six months, and the band definitely does not feel firm enough anymore. I do like the bright colors, and the bra gives nice cleavage and a good shape under clothes, it's just not as comfortable as most of my seamed bras. No quad-boob but there's a little wrinkling at the bottom of the cup.
This bra manages to be a little too big and a little too small at the same time for me. There isn't quite enough immediate projection at the bottoms of the cups for me, to it tends to fold over on itself. the cups are a little too tall, and the gore, though not uncomfortable, is low enough that my tissue tries to escape in the middle if I don't adjust relatively frequently.
I'm more of a 25 band, and I felt it ran true to size to a 28 band.I started off comfortably on the second set of hooks.
It does give me a teensy bit of VS style cleavage, but I'd rather have the mega cleavage of a Deco, or cakes on a plate style, or none at all.
First "true to size"-ish bra, somewhat worn after a year of good use. Wires are nice and wide, center gore tiny (which works well for my so-close-set-they've-merged boobs), but straps sometimes fall and top of cup tends to gap. Band also too loose now, unsurprisingly.