I own the Dalia Olimpia in black and beige, and find it a comfortable everyday bra. The main flaws of this bra model are that the band stretches out quickly and the straps are not fully adjustable. Also it is rather boring to look at, but it is quite cheap and comfortable.
I purchased this bra at the Brafitteria in Kraków. I haven't had a chance to wear it yet so I may be changing my review and fit information after a bit.
The lace pattern reminds me of Bravissimo's Roccocco Charm, except that it is not done in contrast. I got the beige bra although the lilac version looked nicer; the lilac one seemed to be about half a cup size smaller and didn't fit my larger breast.
The other two Dalia bras I tried on had a problem with the piece of boning in the wing buckling. I think it may ...have been a manufacturing fault because this one and the lilac one were fine, but just in case this is common with other models I thought I'd mention it here.
Update 2014-02: This bra is a comfortable staple in my wardrobe, and I decided to order another bra of exactly the same type. It doesn't give me super intense projection, but it's a great everyday bra. I have started using it on the second set of hooks after 6 months of using it once a week. Read more 87 more words
I got this bra to replace my faithful 80G Olimpia which I have been wearing on the innermost hook for some time. I found that the band stretched to that point quite quickly, after about half a year of once-a-week use and hand-washing (something I also found to be the case with my black Dalia Olimpia in 80H, which I'm using on the middle hook already) , so I wanted to order a 75H to get more use from it. However, the shop was out so I got a 70I instead. I do need to use it with an extender but hopefully not for long. The wires don't seem to be a problem for me in the sister size so I will be keeping this bra and hopefully enjoying it as part of my regular rotation.
I have a Dalia Olimpia in 80G which I'm happy with, but which is a little bit too small in the cups. The band also stretched out quickly and was already a bit loose to begin with, so going down a band size and up a cup size seemed like a good idea. However, the cups on this bra are a full cup size too large for me.
There's some variability with size between different Dalia bras. This (75I) was one size too big, while the Grace (75I) was a tiny bit too large, the Audrey (75I) was spot on, and the Lara (75H) was a smidgen too small.
Dalia bras are loose in the band by Polish standards, and I found the 75 quite comfortable; I usually wear a 34 but often go to a 36 with brands like Panache.
The British sizing on the label is complete rubbish, of course. This particular bra is effectively a 34H, although the other Dalia bras I've tried in this size are 34GGs.
This refers to the black colorway. I bought this after 6 months of enjoying the beige colorway. I went one size up because I was starting to spill out of the beige. The fit is quite similar aside from being a little bit larger in the cup.