So, another soft cup bra from EM that doesnt fit.. Bra is beautiful as much as 65F - Ewa Michalak » Sm Czarna Mgiełka (481) but SM is more rounded and keeps breasts more in the middle. The band is almost perfect as for 70DD but I get quadboobs in it :/ And I dont think that sizing up will help. The bra gives much more natural shape than any other soft bra that I own and Im not big fan of it. I may try with new order SM in 70E or will give a go to BM style. Overal Mgielka in 3dm style is very comfy, and im dissappointed that it didnt work on me
This 3DM runs VERY tight in the band! The 70 band barely stretches to 70cm (28"). I could close it, but it felt much more comfortable with an extender.
Overall, I liked the fit of it much better than the Ewa Michalak 3dm Trefl (381). The band is tight and gives proper support. That's a big plus. The fit of the cup also improved, and the powermesh makes a stable construction.
The cups seemed to be in the right size for me - no cutting in or gaping.
Still, I wasn't completely happy with the shape it gave me. The shape wasn't rounded, but rather triangle-shaped and slightly pointy from the side. I'm not sure if this is due to the construction (cup not being rounded enough), or if I'm in the wrong size (70DD fits me in padded EM bras, but many people size down in unpadded ones).
It's such a shame Ewa Michalak doesn't make their 3DM bras in 65F (30F in UK sizing). While this 65E 3DM Czarna Mgielka gives decent front and side shapes, the wires and wings are too low on the sides for me. I'm going to keep this because it gives a much better shape than the 3DM Wrozka and I'm desperate for a sheer, low coverage bra for summer.
I can easily find sheer bras that fit. Much more elusive is the combination of a 1.5" center gore AND low coverage cups. I love my Prima Donna Madison Plunges in 30F, but the cups are much higher than in Ewa Michalak's 3DMs. I'll have to wear the Czarna Mgielka with an extender for a while, which will make the wires too narrow under the arms. With some clothing in warm weather, however, its light, skimpy coverage may be worth it.