Plunges are often a difficult thing for my boobs since my soft tissue is always trying to escape out the middle, but the 3D style might be my PERFECT plunge.
The cup shape is really kind of a marvel of architecture. It's somewhat shallow at the bottom which really pushes the breasts up, but the apex of the cup is pointed more towards the center to really capture any wayward boob and keep it in. I really can wear this bra all day with minimal re-adjustment.
The fabric on this bra is very soft and smooth and comfortable and the straps ...are covered and half-adjustable. The band is a typical Ewa 65 which fits perfectly for me. It's lined in soft white cotton and comes with removable pads for asymmetry (or just extra oomph!).
The color is really lovely on my pale skin - it's not quite as bright as it looks online and the black lace lays flat under clothing.
The more I look at the pictures, the more I realize I really really love this bra. I'll be adding more to my collection. Read more 85 more words
My breasts: I fit a 30E in Freya, 30F in most other bras, and I've been consistently a 70DD in Ewa's bras. I have quite a bit of immediate projection, which makes finding bras where the wires don't get pushed down out of my inframammary fold hard to find. My breasts are close set, with a little bit less than a pinky's width between them, with a tall, very narrow root.
So, I just grabbed this bra off of bratabase just to see if the wires in a 70D would be any smaller than in the 70DD. Interestingly, they are the same size wires when compared to a 3D ...in 70DD, but smaller than a 70E. I'm looking for narrower wires, and just haven't time/ovaries/fortitude/money to go and order from Comexim. I knew when I bought this bra that it would be too small in the cups. I have to say, it was so comfy, I almost don't want to post it for sale. Who cares if I have quad boob around the house ... note: this bra seems to have a striking resemblance construction wise and material wise to the 3D Porcelanka (which I have, but don't have on bratabase, sorry!) which I LOVE LOVE LOVE.
Pros: *Very pretty pink/coral/salmony color. I'm not really down with pink, but I kinda like it anyway. And polka dots are always fun. The lace on the cup lies flat, and didn't show through my shirt. The silky bow on the gore seems a bit large, but was not visible, and seems to keep a low profile. *It's comfy. No if, ands, or buts. The fabric is super soft. The soft fabric is on the straps where it goes over your shoulders, and the straps are a little bit wider and very cushy (the same as on my 3D Porcelanka). *The band is very comfortable. It has all the same measurements as my 3D Porcelanka, but the band is more comfortable. ? Maybe not as firm? I don't know, it seems to fit the same, just ... nicer. *High quality construction, as always from Ewa. *The removable "push up" pads are more like adjusters. In my other 3Ds I use one in the right cup for my slightly smaller breasts so they look even. Not "push up" at all, so don't be fooled. *Narrow wires *Deliciously low gore. My breasts are close set, and I love me a low gore.
(Possible) Con/not con/typical wear pattern: *Given its resemblance to my 3D Porcelanka, I'm going to go out on a limb and say that after some significant use, the material will pill underneath the armpits and where it rubs on your shirt the most. *I know this bra has too small of cups, but I'm going to throw this in as I have a handful of other 3D styles in the right cup size: I have really high roots that come up to about a finger's width away from my collar bone. Even in the 70DD, if I push my chest out, or take a deep breath, the top panel does push into my upper breast tissue and looks kinda quad boob-ish. But, as I don't walk around puffed up, so it's not really an issue. But if you have tall roots, just know it might be an issues, where as it won't be if you go for the CH, PL or CHP style. Read more 455 more words
I got this on a whim, just to try the 3D style, and I definitely should have stuck with my normal size! This feels like it fits somewhat true to a 70D, which is unfortunately 1-2 cup sizes to small, and 1-2 band sizes to big for me.