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This bra fits great. I love the rounded shape it gives. I think the mesh lace feels a little bit more flimsy than some of my other unlined cleo bras. Also the strap color is very very bright, which isn't my favorite. But I love how it fits.
Updated on Jul 07, 2017 Flag this
Short, projected, slightly narrow, center full, close set, even breasts...
The first comfortable Cleo/Panache bra I've tried!! I've learned I require both center and immediate projection. This led me back to my nemesis, Cleo/Panache. Still the straps are thin, the band thin, the colors loud, and the gore too wide. However, I may create a home for Skye is my minimalist bradrobe. It is comfortable.
Prior to wearing Skye, I was wearing a 32F Curvy Kate Florence. Apparently, my breasts strongly prefer the immediate projection in Skye: they rejoiced. The immediate projection in Skye is....liberating. Combine the cut with the stretch fabric and you have one very comfortable bra. Next, ... I wore Blake. Blake is returning to Amazon. Skye is impressive.
Although the band stretches easily, please be aware that the wires overstretch just as easily. This 30FF was too shallow until I added a full extender. My underbust measures 27.5". I'm returning the 30FF for a 32E. I suspicion the wires will be too narrow in the 32E, but I don't have enough upper tissue to fill the top of the 30FF/32F. I'm short-waisted and this is a common theme: cups are too tall. Nevertheless, the bra has both excellent immediate and center projection.
The colors are harmonious but louder than I prefer. Comfort trumps appearance in my world.
From my perspective, Skye's fabric is a marked improvement of Cleo's from the past. Now, I hope Cleo focuses some effort on bands and straps. These could be exceptional bras with a few more design improvements.
Updated on Feb 26, 2017 Flag this
This bra was quite pretty, it's too bad that it was a cup size too small for me! I ordered a 30FF based on recommendations from new measurements after losing some inches but I think I need a G cup, alas Amazon only carried it up to FF. My only concern with going up a cup size is that I'm not sure if the trim would cut in along the top. My roots are quite tall so that tends to be an issue for me.
Updated on Jan 10, 2019 Flag this
After wearing it all day, I've determined it's still a bit too large for me at my current measurements (roughly 29 under and 38 over) - which is great since I'm 16 weeks pregnant and will almost certainly still grow. It's too wide for me overall, and the wire pokes my armpit on my smaller side. There's definitely still room at the top of the cups near the strap as well, but that happens to me in pretty much anything that's not a half cup thanks to short roots. I'm going to say "don't know" on comfort for now and will rejudge after I grow into it.
Edit: I don't know how often the bra was worn before I got it, but it seems like it just needed to be broken in. After washing it once, it's actually pretty comfortable despite still being a bit too big.
Updated on Feb 16, 2018 Flag this
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Added on Oct 01, 2017