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So much better than the Parfait Honey babydoll in quality and fit.
I didn't expect such a good fit! My standards are a little lower for nightwear: the band doesn't need to be quite as firm and I don't object if there's a little quadraboob, but I think I could actually wear this under a dress if the cup embroidery wouldn't show.
In fact, that's my only complaint. The embroidery is so 3d that it renders an otherwise amazingly versatile garment almost useless.
It probably looks less obtrusive in other colors.
The fit is so good, though, that it has redeemed my enthusiasm for CK. I will now be stalking the ritzy!
Updated on Jan 12, 2015 Flag this
I was interested in trying this as it has been many years since I last had a babydoll which fit, and of all the companies coming out with babydolls this year, this was the cheapest. I have decided not to keep it.
The fit of the cups was fairly good. The band was maybe a little tighter than I would have liked, but not enough for me to go up a size. I got a fair amount of east-west from these cups, whereas naturally my breasts point forward. I didn't think it would be comfortable to sleep in; it is more something I would wear ... for lounging. I also noticed significant wrinkling/folding of the fabric near the gap under the brand.
Mostly I just didn't like how this looked on me, and I thought I would rather have a multi-purpose bra for lounging than a dedicated piece. I didn't like the thicker fabric sewn at the bottom. I suppose it is to make it hang well, but it looked like an afterthought rather than part of the design. I really didn't care for the pattern on the cups, which my partner claimed made my breasts look like aliens. I didn't think it was that bad, but it really didn't suit me although I thought I would like it because of the geometric design. It just seemed too busy.
The center gore measures 7.5 cm in the bra portion of the babydoll, and there are an additional 50 cm of fabric below that.
Updated on Oct 30, 2013 Flag this