My shape is somewhat low set, narrow and short rooted, slightly pendulous, and soft.
This bra is a beautiful vibrant red colour. It is the full lace version of the BM. The cups are fairly rounded, more than I expected them to be, and this 65FF size fits so much better than the 65F Antonina I tried. It is less pointy than I expected, and I find it very comfortable to wear. I feel totally held in place. There is also no in cup quadding visible, which I often get with unlined bras. The wires are faily narrow, and there is decent depth at the wire and apex. I ...did have to pull the cups up to avoid minor wrinkling next to the wire though. I haven't worn this bra around, so I'm not sure if that wrinkling would return after wearing it for a bit, but it went away once I pulled the cups up over my breasts completely. The materials are soft and I didn't get any chafing anywhere. The band was nice and firm, with a stretched measurement of just over 28" before the wires distorted, which I love. The straps adjusted long enough for my tall/lower set frame, so that was great too.
Overall, lovely and lively colour and excellent quality and comfort. Read more 108 more words
I feel sorta bad, reading some of the other recent reviews of BM bras ordered by you guys; this is the first BM I've received of my order of four, and it fits like a dream. It's seriously perfect, even the straps! I'm not sure what is so different about this particular bra's straps compared to the other BM styles I have, but I don't have any need to move them narrower. It's amazing. Plus, this bra is my favorite color. It's the brightest red. Soooo pretty. I love it so much! Here's hoping ...the other three I ordered fit just as well! (Brownie, Apricot, and the new petrol blue one that I don't actually remember the name of)
Also, what are the little number tags that are sewn on the inside, near the wires? Does anyone know what they are for? All of my Ewa bras have tiny white tags with numbers on them, but they are all different. I wonder if it's the number of the seamstress who sewed that particular bra? Read more 79 more words
The 16" depth on this one was smaller than the other 4 60L's I'm going to review, but it was comical paired with the 11" cup height. Just.. yikes. The band seemed big for a 28 too. It works for me, but not others who need a true 28 band. I'm overall pretty unimpressed.
I was really looking forward to having a red bra to try under white shirts. However, this bra is another Ewa fail. The band stretches to 31". I'm pretty sure I can stretch it more, I just didn't want it to break. The cups are 10" tall. I am very sensitive to cup height, most of the 60K BMs are too tall for me but I can wear them because the amount of extra fabric is not very noticeable. At 10", the amount of extra fabric is equal to 2+ cup sizes. I am drowning in fabric and sizing down will probably only yield a smaller bottom half of the cup, not a shorter cup.
Ewa has really been disappointing me with her bra creations as of late. Of all the recent ones I have ordered, two have had 10" cups and only one had the band size under 28". Her randomness is swinging more wildly these days, and I wonder if she's having some turnover with her seamstresses that are causing such issues.