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Florence has turned into my go-to. It works well for FoB, needing a lot of projection. It gives a nice, rounded, lifted look. I need a lot of room in the bottom of the cup, but I almost never fill the top of the cup. I do just fine with Florence. The lace on top is not stretchy. With Panache straps, they always fall off my shoulders. But with CK Florence the straps stay in place on my narrow shoulders. The gore is tall (taller than Princess's gore for reference) and that can be annoying at times.
Updated on Nov 13, 2017 Flag this
It's a nice bra but sadly it doesn't fit. I love the detail on the gore with the flower button instead of the usual tiny bow. I've gotten compliments on this bra before. It looks very nice.
The band is comfortable. The detail on the top of the cup still looks good under shirts too. I can't comment much on the cups themselves except that they are too small for me. I'd have to get a larger size. The underwires didn't poke me or anything.
Updated on May 21, 2017 Flag this
I'm slightly FOB, pendulous with lots of immediate projection and centerfullness, narrow roots and soft tissue.
This is the first bra from my search that I've kept. Though the wires are at the max of what I can comfortably tolerate, it does a good job of holding in all my breast tissue without extra space. I would prefer a bra with more Center pull as my upper breast tissue is so soft and it's not super supported. The profile it gives me is rounded, though not quite as lifted as I would prefer. I'm also experiencing some in-cup quadding as a result of the upper fabric not being as supportive as the lower fabric. (I tried a different size and color and did not experience this.)
I have pretty sensitive skin and the bra isn't terrible comfortable at this point - I'm hoping the tag and seams will soften a bit with washing and wearing. The knot right behind the flower charm at the gore irritates my skin.
Updated on Feb 28, 2017 Flag this
I bought this one because the 32GG was too small in the cup but ok in the band - and the 32H is ok in the cup but too small in the band... I'm not sending it back and wearing it with an extender for the time being.
Updated on Feb 23, 2017 Flag this
This is the first Curvy Kate bra I've tried, as I suspected they would be too full cupped for me. I decided to give this one a try, and although it doesn't fit, it's not as far off the mark as I thought it might be. I don't quite fill the top of the cups, the centre gore digs in at the top as it's just a tad too high for me, and the straps are a bit too wide set. However, it was actually quite comfy compared to other bras I've tried, and it's convinced me to perhaps give other Curvy Kate's a try. I would say this is an extremely stretchy band and could do it up on the tightest hook, so definitely order a band size smaller than you measure.
Updated on Jun 30, 2016 Flag this
I usually wear a UK 32GG. I got this bra in that size and also this 32H since I've heard that some of Curvy Kate's bras run small in the cup. I would say this style runs true to size, as the cups are clearly too big for me (the GG fit better, but I had slight quadding due to my FoT boobs). The band seems to be true to size as well, and the elastic does not dig in. Slight stretch to the straps. I don't feel this style is very supportive for heavier or settled boobs. It is all mesh, and while the bottom part of the cup is 2 layers of mesh, it's still quite flimsy. Would be good for summer since it is so thin. The blush color is a good nude for fair skin. The bra I got was missing the middle row of clasps. Never encountered that before, but sometimes mistakes happen!
Updated on Mar 28, 2016 Flag this