Edit: There is variation in the same size, identical colorway. One causes mild quadding whereas the other causes more significant quadding.
With a 1.25" wide band, this 44 grams (1.5 oz) bralette is seriously comfortable in hell-ish temperatures. Obviously designed for sex appeal, this featherweight bralette has compelling features as a daily wear bra.
Attached to the 1.25" wide band are 3x3 fasteners. No breath holding or breast dissection required to put this on. What I most appreciate is its effortless removal. I've nearly dislocated my shoulder trying to remove pull over style bras after an afternoon in 100F+ and high humidity.
Although this band must be shortened for my ... 28" underbust, it holds in place throughout hours of yard work in 97% humidity and 100F+ temperatures without any alterations. This band is what I need on every bralette I own: it is both supportive and comfortable.
The sheer mesh cups are soft, stretchy, and dry rapidly. Curvy Kate, Freya, Cleo, and Panache should adopt this mesh as it is much softer than the mesh they often use. A single layer of fine mesh is not a characteristic found in supportive bralettes. But, when coupled with the satiny, 1.25" wide band and .8" wide, fully adjustable straps, it provides gentle support. You may visually verify, occasionally throughout the day, that you are indeed wearing a bra. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";-)" />
This is not a bra for tall, full on top breasts, but it works well on my very short, even pair. The cup placement admirably accommodates center fullness and close-set breasts. However, it is an adaptable design in regard to breast spacing.
I do not like the itchy product tag and will remove it when I shorten the band.
If you fall into the common bra size matrix, this may be a bralette you enjoy in sizzling summer weather, too.
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