This is the first bra I have worn in years that I could find in my size. I have been wearing the wrong size bra for months (40D) with boob spillage and band sliding. The lace sides add structure, the straps are wide and stretchy enough to support, and the band is wide and extremely supportive. I'm not used to wearing lace and sometimes I find it a bit pokey on my skin, but it gives so much support that I don't care. It's not the sexiest bra in the world, but the quality is excellent in that the band stays in place without rolling and my boobs barely jiggle at all.
Bought used and so it was broken in when I first wore it. It's material is very soft and comfortable. Lightly padded, molded cups that give you a round shape. It's very comfortable to wear and looks smooth under tees. This would make a great sleeping bra when it becomes too loose for daily ware. It gives a rounded shape that is closer to the body than the Elomi Caitlyn Underwire Side Support (8030) does. The top of the cup presses in slightly on the top of the breast and does need to be adjusted during the day. The gore fits reasonably well, lifting away slightly near ...the top. I have deep breasts and my bras do that if they are not very low gore or very high gore. I am still pretty new at figuring this stuff out, although I am 61. I was only fitted this month by a woman who was fairly good at it and actually stocked bras that might work for me so I had a few to try on to judge which worked best for the first time ever.
This bra looks great under tees and gives a lower profile than my other bras. Read more 93 more words
Moulding is thin compared to other moulded bras, but very comfortable fabric and stitching. Overall a good bra. Band is supportive, cups have medium projection at the bottom. A good t-shirt bra overall.
This is the first "correctly" sized bra I've purchased, and I don't think I could be happier with it. The straps are very comfortable and don't dig into my skin. The underwire does poke a tiny bit, but only after I've had the bra on for a few hours.
I love the the look of this bra. There's no seams, the shape is nice and rounded: supported, but not in your face.It looks great under shirts, and I REALLY want to like this bra... BUT no matter the adjustments I make, I cannot keep this bra from bruising me and leaving angry red swollen patches underneath. I've tried adjust the wires, straps, and hook fastening. No matter what I try, the underwire digs underneath my breasts. Sitting in the bra is near torture for me.
I really like the material this bra is made of, though I do have some nipple show-through in anything other than sweaters. The underwire is very wide, which I like, and the straps are soft and comfortable. The only thing about this bra that I'm not that excited about is the shape - even though I feel like my breasts are supported they seem to point downward. They do look fine under clothes and it's something I'm happy to overlook given all the pluses this bra offers. I did rate the bra appearance as "okay", because there isn't anything spectacular about the way that it looks. It's just a functional, comfortable everyday bra.
This is a cup size too small, but I figured it would stretch a bit because of the spacer fabric. At first, the gore was way too wide and it pushed my breasts further apart than I like, giving me a wide shape from the front. As well, the cup cut in just a bit at the top (I have very full-on-top boobs). I fixed both problems by altering the center gore to make the cups sit closer together. With the alterations, I get a great, rounded shape that's not too wide. It's a really comfortble, well-made bra that is my go to t-shirt bra.