Feel: This bra seems to be a similar cut/shape/support as the Florence. The difference is the stretch lace on the top of the cup. The rest of the cup is a soft non-stretch mesh. The band is firmer than the Florence, less stretch, so the correct band size is necessary. The wires are softer than my Curvy Kate Cabaret, and I can't tell if they would mold to the body or not as I'm not keeping this bra. All the fabric is soft and comfortable. The band has a layer of soft thick latte colored fabric on the bottom for softness and support. ... This matches the bows. The straps are stretchy and fully adjustable.
Shape: Narrow and super deep. The gore is also narrower. The wings are low and don't cut in. The straps look wide but that's with an extender. In my proper band size they would fit well and there would be no gapping under my armpit. Though there is no side sling in the three part cup there is no side projection or flattening. In total, a perfect shape for me, and ideally creating a projected but rounded shape.
Fit: This bra technically fits perfectly. I get a great gore tack but the wires are softer so they don't dig in to my chest. There are some serious problems with this bra in my size/breast texture. My breasts are very soft and soft materials allow them to wobble and bob. Besides the band, the very soft stretchy straps combined with the very soft stretchy lace produce create a scenario where my breasts feel like they can move around freely. I like more containment and bounce minimization than the Ellace can provide me. On top of that, though the depth is amazing, the difference between the non stretch bottom and stretch top cause very visible in cup quadding. I feel that if the lace and straps were only a little more stretch restricted none of this would be a problem and I would have the perfect bra.
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My UK size: 40HH My Curvy Kate size: 40HH When I joined Bratabase looking for my
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