Oh my gosh, I adore this bra. I also have the Paradise in a 65J and the seams on the Freetime bra are a bit more noticeable under a shirt. This bra was owned by two other gals before me - but hardly worn, so when it arrived the band was incredibly snug and lovely.
When I first put it on, I thought for sure the band would be too tight (I've never had a 28 band...even though this one stretches to 29.5...I suppose it isn't realllly a 28 band https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> ) My ribcage measures 29" (break the tape) and I enjoy very ... snug bands. As soon as I hooked the bra it felt incredibly snug - but as I continued to wear it I didn't even notice it on me. The left cup fits perfectly, while the right cup is probably .5 cups too big due to asymmetry (I just fill it out with an Ewa cookie pad from another bra) https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
I don't usually go for blue bras at all - or plaid! But I was quite taken with it on the site and it's gorgeous in person. The comexim's are quite different from the Ewa's, in my opinion. They are both incredibly narrow wired and have a lot of front projection and roundness - but the straps seem to be more comfortably placed and the shape of the cup is a bit different.
I have incredibly soft boobs that tend to fall out of the Freya Deco (in a UK 30G) and they don't fall out of this at all. The gore looks lower on me than it does on the model on the comexim website.
So! If you are a UK 30G/GGish and are interested in this bra + enjoy a tight band - perhaps the 60L is a great size for you https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
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