This bra fits quite good. I don't have any major problems, except maybe it's a bit too shallow at the wire. The wires move a bit under my IMF after wearing it for a while. They're a bit hard and cause a bit discomfort after a while. Nonetheless I really like the shape in this bra. My breasts are a bit pointy and this bra makes a great round shape and my boobs feel super firm in it. The band is TTS in my opinion.
Very short, projected, closet set, slightly narrow, even breasts....
This is a gorgeous, saturated, kelly green. My photos cause the color to look more blue. Please know this is more green than the photos display. Cascade is Gia's replacement. I'm quite fond of Gia's laminated satin. Cascade is not as soft. However, the new model retains a geometric lace, supportive band, .7" wide luminous straps, and good immediate projection. Although I thoroughly appreciate this color, I like Gia's satin fabric enough to seek a used 30FF Gia.
If you appreciate bling, Cascade has a multi-faceted charm that refracts light well https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" /> The lace across ...the top remains a bit scratchy, like Gia, and may be offensive to those with sensitive skin and/or sensory concerns. However, the lace has an elasticity similar to the lower cup material and is unlikely to present in-cup quadding. Great news for those of us with soft tissue.
This bra is one size too big for me. When I fill the apex, the wrinkles in the bottom of the cup disappear. The band is too long to provide the support I need. I will reorder a 30FF and expect to see a nearly perfect fit. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" /> Read more 101 more words
This is the kind of bra that somehow can work for deep/projected gals. But it requires lots of rearranging otherwise it won't work, you'll spill. You need to settle your tissue in the right place. I looked at the new 32JJ CK model and saw how it looked on her and readjusted until I got there. Then, the real challenge came. Seeing if it would stay. This is where the inner depth and narrowish/lowish gore comes in handy. If your gore can tack, your bra will keep the boobs mostly in place. So far, so good. I do have the the feeling that if I bend over or ...something I'll lose my perfect prettiness, but it hasn't happened yet. I will give it a long try because I really love the color and design of this bra.
I do get a bit of annoying pokiness from the underwire, that I will be adding something too for cushion's sake if I keep it. So far I seem to get this in all of their new bras. It's like the underwire channel is too thin or something and it's a bit too long also. I couldn't stand it without altering it though.
I like that this bra is rounded because most of the other range is projected and I like to mix it up. It's really pretty and the top part is legit sheer, so your areolas are gonna be on display (took careful adjusting for mine not to be so much). The bad part is that no matter how it is, the embroidery that makes it so pretty is going to show up through thin shirts. I love the name the design and the color so I may be a little biased https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_razz.gif" alt=":P" />
This is one of their more narrower ones though, and I think it's one of their best so far. I will update if anything should start spilling out or going wrong.
Short, projected, slightly narrow, omega shape, close set, center full, even breasts....
This color is a deep, saturated green. Beautiful!! Previously, I had tried this in a 32FF. I recieved no support from the band, and the bra felt too big. This 30FF band is supportive, and suddenly, the smaller size is too small. Initially, the fit seemed perfect. Then, I scooped and swooped, waited a few minutes, and my breasts began pushing out of the bra. In many Curvy Kate styles, the 30FF looks good initially, but are too small after a few minutes of wear.
This model, to me, is more shallow at the wire than Ellace, Dreamcatcher, Daydreamer, Madagascar, Bardot, Portia....it is quite different at the wire than the other models.
This seems a beautiful fit for average projected breasts.
This bra is my favourite. (I bought three of them.) It has sadly been discontinued and I'm finding it hard to find one that fits as well, while giving my boobs the same shape. A lot of Curvy Kate bras make my boobs look really big under clothing by giving them quite a round shape (the Princess, Portia and Dreamcatcher all do this for me) whereas this one seems to point them forwards and upwards more. The wires are really comfortable despite my close-set breasts, and the band fits well for me.
I really like CK balcony bras and the Cascade is no exception. The material is nice and I find it very comfortable. The straps aren't too wide, and that's often a problem for me. However, it's a bit more shallow than I prefer, so it gave me almost a torpedo shape from the side when I first got it. Now that my size has increased, the appearance from the side has improved but I'm quadding on top. I guess it's an odd fit for me, which is a pity because this one is so comfortable. Yet it looks okay under clothes.