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Lifestyle Plunge Bra (CK5711)

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  1. 6
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    40J

    Didn't fit

    Tldr: size down one or two cups, straps are very wide set.

    My boobs: very short narrow root, full on top, center full

    Fit: This bra seems to fit one to two cup sizes deeper than indicated. My best fitting bra right now is 40JJ - Elomi » Jodi Plunge Bra (4190) which fits basically like a full coverage bra on me. This bra is just as deep or deeper, shorter, and more open. In my opinion it's more like a plunge balcony as the angle from the gore to the straps is not very extreme and the general look is sort ... of flat across the top like a balcony bra. The shape is a lovely rounded shape but with plenty of projection. The wires are fairly narrow for this size. The gore height is short to average for this size. The band is tts and fastens comfortably but firmly on the loosest hooks.

    The main fit issue is the wide placement of straps at front and back, a pretty typical problem for this brand in the larger back sizes. On my 40J - Curvy Kate » Cabaret Plunge Bra (CK5111) I had to alter the back straps which made the bra much more comfortable. I like the fit and shape of this bra much better because the cups are more open, so I might consider doing the same surgery on this one. Otherwise they won't stay on my shoulders no matter how I angle them.

    Feel: Besides the strap placement, it feels great. The mesh is soft but strong. Elastics are nicer than usual. The illusion elastic edge on the cup is not scratchy and is tensioned correctly. The wires are softer than Panache but firmer than Comexim. The straps are different than typical CK: a smooth, soft, less stretchy material.

    Look: I love the minimalist stuff coming out of lingerie manufacturers now. The mesh is not doubled on this bra so it is transparent everywhere. The only decorations are a black metal O at the gore and ribbon strap attachmeny to a similar O on each strap. The stitching is not the best on the gore thing but I would just take it off anyway so shrug. The shape is lovely. There is an illusion elastic edge to the cup which is also very nice. This bra was just released in "latte" which is a light medium skin tone so I might go for it as I've been looking for one for quite a while. At $55 it's on the low end for British manufacturers, probably worth it to me to get one and alter it. I'm thinking about it for the summertime.

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    • 2

      I love the design of that bra, especially the rings. Looks great on you!

    • 2

      I love minimalist bra design too - this is so chic! CK straps are annoyingly wide in smaller sizes too :(

    • 3

      It is encouraging CK is trying a few new features. Not only is this stunning on you, the features are compelling. This would be heavenly in summer. Thanks for your detailed review!

    • I haven't tried this bra because I felt like the mesh panel would give me in cup quadding like Ellace and Hettie did - basically same as your problem with Ellace before you modified yours. You obviously didn't experience that, do you think it has potential to cause that sort of problem? Thanks.

    • 1

      In the pictures I see some in cup quad but I didn't notice it in person. It's definitely nothing like Ellace or Hettie. More like what I have experienced with Envy before- very slight.

    • 1

      cupandahalf thank you!

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  2. I am close set, FOB with tall shallow roots. I needed good simple black bra so this looked perfect. The cups look like they fit well, very little wrinkling. I think they are too shallow for me because after a while the gore digs in and sometimes the cups shift down ward. The straps are slightly too short. The band sightly too tight for me. The material feels like nylon stockings. The metal circles connecting the straps and cups also dig in. Looks smooth and gives good shape under a shirt.

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  3. 4
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    30FF

    Fits

    So it’s finally here! I have been waiting for this bra for quite some time. It’s been on my radar for a while and I saw it on Bravissimo’s sale page and the 30FF was in and out and I finally bit the bullet and grabbed it while it was in stock before it disappeared again. It took 3 weeks and a day to finally get it. I was beginning to worry because I didn’t have any tracking.

    The sad news is that it doesn’t work for me! Wah! I was really hoping that it would be a good everyday lightweight black workhorse bra. The sheer cups would ... be breathable, and it didn’t have any frigging bows. It was a clean and simple look. I still really adore the aesthetics of this bra even though it doesn’t work for me well.

    In this size, I get the industrial 3 hooks closure, which I actually don’t mind as I feel like it is more anchored. It’s not super sexy, but it’s not really that bad. I think it’s actually what helps me with the band comfort in this. In true Curvy Kate fashion, or at least my experience, it’s a bit of a snug band. Maybe not as snug as some others I’ve had, but it’s possible that I have acclimated to snugger bands since my last CK spree. I do feel like I can get away with just a single row of extender hooks, however, I lack a 3 hook extender. And I feel like the wider band is making the tighter fit a bit more tolerable.

    The wires in this bra are really baffling. They are QUITE WIDE! I’m narrow to average, and with my soft tissue, I can fit fairly narrow wires. I’ve got one review coming up with 4.5” wires that I can do (barely) and this is 5.5” iirc. I’m usually most comfortable in 5-5.25”. This one does actually follow my tissue, but I bet if I wore it all day, I would find the marks about 1 finger width further than the end of my tissue. In addition, most plunge bras have the wires higher on the outside and lower on the inside...sorts like a bowl tipping over some. Or like a crescent moon. Now, I initially thought that maybe it’s because the band is a bit snug and therefore I might have some wire distortion. But in looking at the fit on other people, I don’t think this is the case. Letting up on the band (holding it on but looser and not connected) does not change anything.

    I’m simultaneously spilling and gapping in the cups. On one hand, it appears to be too small as I’m spilling, yet near the apex and the strap connectors, I’ve got empty space. Now with the straps, it’s a pretty normal affair with my soft tissue and shape that I gap there. It’s no longer a problem or concern with fitting. It is what it is. HOWEVER...this bra is very sheer, and the gaps are much more noticeable. Is this a deal breaker? Not really. But the cups just fit really oddly. I do kind of think that it is somewhat fob friendly. But maybe it’s just my boobs that don’t fit in the cups right.

    Now the immediate depth is pretty good on this one, but I think it’s not quite deep enough at the gore, and the cups are a bit too wide set for me. I’m not really getting any cleavage, and I’m typically close set supported (splayed unsupported) so I feel like it’s maybe fitting my unsupported shape and therefore giving me a little bit of an unsupported look/feel.

    As it’s a plunge, I do appreciate the lower gore, and really appreciate the circular gore detail. It’s honestly so refreshing from bows. I do feel like it could be a bit narrower.

    As I mentioned, I really love the aesthetics of this bra. I’m sad that I don’t have a good fit in it and I don’t think it will change if I get a different size.

    I’m going to list it for a bit before I send it back.

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    • Such a pity it didn't fit to your expectations after all that waiting. Aesthetically, I actually really like it. I do think it's a fairly sexy bra actually, but it seems like it's just a shape mismatch on you. Good luck as you continue your hunt for the perfect (elusive) black bra.

    • Thanks Wilderness1 ! It’s really a lovely bra but doesn’t do much for me.

    • Oh, I'm so sorry that youre disappointed. However, when you said you had ordered it, I was very skeptical that it would - for no reason either than wire width - as I had tried it a long time ago.
      This bra IS S-A-F and I love it for all the reasons you mentioned - no bows, light, sheer, plunge shape, etc.
      I filled my need for this look with my Gorsenia Paradise.

    • Thanks AGBras

    • Oh no, this is such a good looking bra, very sexy like AGBras mentioned! I do think the sheerness of it makes the "fit issues" more apparent, even if they're not so bad (to me looking at your pics). The wires do look a tad wide like you mention. There's no sense in keeping something you're not happy with.

      Do you like the circle/connector on the straps? That's the only detail of this bra I'm not a fan of. Have you seen the Curvy Kate Victory Balcony (9001) ? I think that one looks sexy too, might be more flattering than this one, but I also think it can come up too high in the cup, like the upper outer portion...

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      I love the circular strap connector, yes. I’m so sad that it is not a good fit. :(

    • I tried this on today and it’s got me curious...anyone think that I might have some better luck with it if I bend the wires in some to make them more narrow and thus deeper at the gore? I recognize that it will make an already snug band even tighter, but I am ok with trying it with an extender. I’ve never done that before, but since I do really like the aesthetics of this bra, I wonder if I can save it somehow.

    • Also, I am going to take it to the local lingerie shop to see if I can try it with a little hook extender. Perhaps less tension will fix depth at the gore some and open up the cups a little bit. Just for bra science. ;)

    • I wouldn't bend the wires. You have a lot of gaping at the top of the cup. You're better off returning it and finding a better fit.

    • Only major gapping is at the straps. That’s par for the course in nearly every bra. Cups feel slightly small, if anything. It’s just more visible in this one because it’s sheer. I’m going to try it on again and see if I can get a quick 30 seconds or less video that I can post to an imgur album.

    • Err. I should have been more alert with reading the comments. I’m uploading videos now to imgur and will post shortly. They take longer to process.

    • Ok...so it’s slightly out of order (why does imgur do this?!) and it force uploaded before the last description was added which is pretty evident...it’s showing what a potentially narrower gore would do with the shape and fit.

      I think my biggest fit concerns with this bra are the wide wires, wider cup spacing, and wrinkles at the gore. Aesthetically, the strap/upper quadrant gapping is not as pretty because it’s a sheer fabric, but under clothing, I’m less fussed over something that always happens.

      I don’t think that I can do a smaller size...I don’t think that it’s going to change anything in the upper areas, only cut in and quad. I do still think that it’s probably best if I return it, but if it’s something that I can hack to make it work better, I am game for it.

      https://m.imgur.com/a/mm2jXak

    • Oh...i see better now. Much better. So good when you load videos. Its not too big - just not a great shape for you. Like you said, it gives east-west. And these wires have a pretty swooshed shape. Even if you bend these wires, you'll never get a nice up front shape. I don't think so anyways. I only bend wires when its just a little off and won't mean an extender.

    • Yeah, videos can be so much help sometimes. I’m just befuddled at why a plunge bra has such low and wide wires. Curvy Kate, why??

    • LOL! I gave up on Curvy Kate a long time ago. Especially when I say their models wearing bras that CLEARLY don't fit them. That, to me, says a lot about a company.

      Plunges, by definition, have lower wires ;)

    • Lower wires at the gore but higher on the outside though. More like J than U. This one is like the J but like it’s not all the way up on the side. I’m not sure how else to explain.

    • Bah...You explained it correctly. Its a very lazy J, so it means its very wide at the top. It keeps the wings low but fails to push (narrow) breasts forward.

    • Maybe it’s lower on the sides because it’s a low wing?

    • 1

      AGBras you hit the nail on the head! I normally appreciate lower wings but on a plunge bra you need the higher height for the taller wires which push the tissue inwards. This one has a lower wing height with lazy j wires that are too wide so my tissue doesn’t get pushed inward.

    • 1

      It looks much better on your video Calluna ! I totally see what you both are talking about now... A little bit of height and curving up would definitely bring them more to the front and center.

    • Yeah, pictures are great but sometimes video is better especially if you can go hands free.

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  4. 3
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    32J

    Didn't fit

    This bra is obviously too small. I ordered this in a 32J because there are no bigger sizes available. I wanted to try it, because I love the color. Reviews stated that the cups run big. My usual size in CK would be 32JJ. On the other side all of their bras (besides the Victory) are so wrong for my shape that it is difficult to guess if I got the correct size. I have very center heavy and tall boobs. This bra does not much to contain my boobs inside the cups. The band seems to be tts / even a bit small for a 32 band.

    I would recommend this bra for short roots and not very center heavy boobs. Also I found the materials a bit wear, I'm not sure it would hold up for daily wear (at my size). I also disliked the ring detail where the cup meets the straps at the front. While it looks cute, I think it could dig in and be uncomfortable.

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    • I got it in a 30FF and was so sad it wasn’t a good fit. The wires on the side were both too wide and too short. Normally, I am all over short wings, but it’s quite uncommon for a plunge to have lower wings on the side. They did nothing to actually be plungey iykwim. I’m naturally splayed, and the bra kept my shape as such, instead of pushing my boobs together as a plunge should. Disappointed to say the least.

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  5. 1
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    30FF

    Fits

    Comfortable, cute unlined and sheer plunge bra. I am used to sister sizing to 30FF from my usual 28G and I find it quite comfortable when fastened on the tightest or middle hooks. It doesn't seem to stretch out too quickly with wear and handwashing, I have the black, latte, petrol and lilac shades and all have stood the test of time with seemingly minimal stretching out. It's my go-to bra for beating boob sweat in hot weather thanks to the lightweight fabric. It is a little wide for my shape but not enough to cause discomfort or issues with fit. Straps could be a touch narrower and the apexes could be a little lower, but they don't impact the fit or comfort for my shape. It's one of those bras I forget I'm wearing until I get ready for bed!

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  6. 1
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    34FF

    Fits

    I think I need to accept that I was not meant to wear plunge bras.
    This bra has everything I love: 3-part cup, flexible shortish narrowish wires, no lace, no patterns, nothing rigid about it, super lightweight, comfy, a reasonable price tag AND gives me a decent shape. AND it fits.
    My holy grail.

    ...well, if only my breasts didn't spill all over the center of my chest (hmm, or maybe that's just how a plunge is meant to behave?).
    My heart bleeds.

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  7. 1
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    30F

    Fits

    I'm petite (5'2") with a pretty short torso and somewhat short roots. My breasts are close-set and projected with a fairly even fullness. My most common problem with most balconette bras is that the underwire comes up too high in the centre and stabs me in the chest, and also often sit on top of my breast tissue since the wires are too far apart. However, many plunges are padded and far too shallow, so I often have to choose between getting stabbed or overflowing in the centre.

    This bra is an unpadded, sheer plunge, and is pretty much the perfect plunge for me. The band is stretchy enough to be comfortable but still supportive. The cups have the perfect amount of projection for me and give me really nice cleavage without cutting into the breasts and the gore sits very comfortably against my chest. No more chest stabbing or wires on boobs!

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  8. 0
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    30D

    Didn't fit

    The Curvy Kate Lifestyle is a bra I've had my eye on for a long time, but due to its high price, it took a while before I went ahead and ordered it. I originally started with my standard size of 30D, but I quickly found that this is far too small.

    This style has a very short and shallow underwire, and I really prefer a long underwire to contain all my wide tissue, so I knew I definitely had to size up. The 30D could not contain all of my tissue on the sides, and the upper cup cut into my shallow roots badly. It ... was a major case of orange-in-a-glass. Thus, I'd recommend sizing up at least one size and potentially more. In size 30DD, I found this to be a very nice fit. Actually, in my opinion, this bra is almost identical to the Claudette Dessous, but in a much softer fabric and with a more minimalist aesthetic.

    The Lifestyle Plunge has a 3 piece cut and sew cup, but these cups are made from single layer mesh, which I find to be rather unusual since most cups this thin are double lined. Other reviewers have said this isn't substantial enough for larger cup sizes, so that may be something to bear in mind. In my size, I don't think this will be an issue, and I find the cups to be exceptionally lightweight and comfortable. It would be amazing for sweaty summer days or travel to warm areas where you'd like your bra to dry quickly after washing. The mesh used for the cups is fairly rigid and decently soft, and I have no issues with the seams being scratchy as they are nicely finished.

    The upper cup has a bit of decorative elastic, but actually the hem has very little stretch. Since I found this to to cut into my tissue in the smaller size, I'd imagine that it might not work for taller roots or FOT. Other than that, the only notable callout on the fit is that it gives a less lifted shape than bras with double layer mesh, like the Cleo Marcie. This is a much more natural and relaxed shape in comparison.

    I found the band to be nice and TTS. It is a standard stretch mesh band with full elastic on the top and bottom, although I would've preferred wider elastic for the bottom. It does feel nice and firm so I don't see any issues with it stretching out. The straps are also wide elastic and fully adjustable.

    The only thing I dislike about this bra is the hardware, which is all made of dyed-to-match plastic. It would've been more elevated with gold or rose gold hardware, in my opinion. I also don't like the motif of two interlocked circles, which is used as the center charm and the shoulder strap hardware. I know others like this detail and find it to be a modern and minimalist design, so maybe it's just personal taste. I would've preferred no decorative hardware and something more traditional, like the bows on Dessous.

    Overall, I think if you like lightweight mesh bras and like the Dessous, you may have good luck with this one. Unlike the Dessous, all 4 bras I ordered measured relatively similarly and had no quality variations between the colors, making this a better choice IMO. Just watch out for sizing and size up at least a cup!

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    30D

    Didn't fit

    The Curvy Kate Lifestyle is a bra I've had my eye on for a long time, but due to its high price, it took a while before I went ahead and ordered it. I originally started with my standard size of 30D, but I quickly found that this is far too small.

    This style has a very short and shallow underwire, and I really prefer a long underwire to contain all my wide tissue, so I knew I definitely had to size up. The 30D could not contain all of my tissue on the sides, and the upper cup cut into my shallow roots badly. It ... was a major case of orange-in-a-glass. Thus, I'd recommend sizing up at least one size and potentially more. In size 30DD, I found this to be a very nice fit. Actually, in my opinion, this bra is almost identical to the Claudette Dessous, but in a much softer fabric and with a more minimalist aesthetic.

    The Lifestyle Plunge has a 3 piece cut and sew cup, but these cups are made from single layer mesh, which I find to be rather unusual since most cups this thin are double lined. Other reviewers have said this isn't substantial enough for larger cup sizes, so that may be something to bear in mind. In my size, I don't think this will be an issue, and I find the cups to be exceptionally lightweight and comfortable. It would be amazing for sweaty summer days or travel to warm areas where you'd like your bra to dry quickly after washing. The mesh used for the cups is fairly rigid and decently soft, and I have no issues with the seams being scratchy as they are nicely finished.

    The upper cup has a bit of decorative elastic, but actually the hem has very little stretch. Since I found this to to cut into my tissue in the smaller size, I'd imagine that it might not work for taller roots or FOT. Other than that, the only notable callout on the fit is that it gives a less lifted shape than bras with double layer mesh, like the Cleo Marcie. This is a much more natural and relaxed shape in comparison.

    I found the band to be nice and TTS. It is a standard stretch mesh band with full elastic on the top and bottom, although I would've preferred wider elastic for the bottom. It does feel nice and firm so I don't see any issues with it stretching out. The straps are also wide elastic and fully adjustable.

    The only thing I dislike about this bra is the hardware, which is all made of dyed-to-match plastic. It would've been more elevated with gold or rose gold hardware, in my opinion. I also don't like the motif of two interlocked circles, which is used as the center charm and the shoulder strap hardware. I know others like this detail and find it to be a modern and minimalist design, so maybe it's just personal taste. I would've preferred no decorative hardware and something more traditional, like the bows on Dessous.

    Overall, I think if you like lightweight mesh bras and like the Dessous, you may have good luck with this one. Unlike the Dessous, all 4 bras I ordered measured relatively similarly and had no quality variations between the colors, making this a better choice IMO. Just watch out for sizing and size up at least a cup!

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    30DD

    Fits

    The Curvy Kate Lifestyle is a bra I've had my eye on for a long time, but due to its high price, it took a while before I went ahead and ordered it. I originally started with my standard size of 30D, but I quickly found that this is far too small.

    This style has a very short and shallow underwire, and I really prefer a long underwire to contain all my wide tissue, so I knew I definitely had to size up. The 30D could not contain all of my tissue on the sides, and the upper cup cut into my shallow roots badly. It ... was a major case of orange-in-a-glass. Thus, I'd recommend sizing up at least one size and potentially more. In size 30DD, I found this to be a very nice fit. Actually, in my opinion, this bra is almost identical to the Claudette Dessous, but in a much softer fabric and with a more minimalist aesthetic.

    The Lifestyle Plunge has a 3 piece cut and sew cup, but these cups are made from single layer mesh, which I find to be rather unusual since most cups this thin are double lined. Other reviewers have said this isn't substantial enough for larger cup sizes, so that may be something to bear in mind. In my size, I don't think this will be an issue, and I find the cups to be exceptionally lightweight and comfortable. It would be amazing for sweaty summer days or travel to warm areas where you'd like your bra to dry quickly after washing. The mesh used for the cups is fairly rigid and decently soft, and I have no issues with the seams being scratchy as they are nicely finished.

    The upper cup has a bit of decorative elastic, but actually the hem has very little stretch. Since I found this to to cut into my tissue in the smaller size, I'd imagine that it might not work for taller roots or FOT. Other than that, the only notable callout on the fit is that it gives a less lifted shape than bras with double layer mesh, like the Cleo Marcie. This is a much more natural and relaxed shape in comparison.

    I found the band to be nice and TTS. It is a standard stretch mesh band with full elastic on the top and bottom, although I would've preferred wider elastic for the bottom. It does feel nice and firm so I don't see any issues with it stretching out. The straps are also wide elastic and fully adjustable.

    The only thing I dislike about this bra is the hardware, which is all made of dyed-to-match plastic. It would've been more elevated with gold or rose gold hardware, in my opinion. I also don't like the motif of two interlocked circles, which is used as the center charm and the shoulder strap hardware. I know others like this detail and find it to be a modern and minimalist design, so maybe it's just personal taste. I would've preferred no decorative hardware and something more traditional, like the bows on Dessous.

    Overall, I think if you like lightweight mesh bras and like the Dessous, you may have good luck with this one. Unlike the Dessous, all 4 bras I ordered measured relatively similarly and had no quality variations between the colors, making this a better choice IMO. Just watch out for sizing and size up at least a cup!

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