I say that a lot, but I have good taste and buy great bras
Anyway, this is soft and comfortable like I've come to expect from Polish lingerie. The band is decent at 65 and I can wear it on the loosest hook. But, it's a bit stretchy and can also go to the second set of four with no trouble. Since it doesn't ride up on the first though, I'll stay there for now. The straps are comfortable. They don't dig in and they hold their place well. They are only half adjustable though. I'm high set, so bras without ...fully adjustable straps quickly become an issue for me and I'll have to shorten these in the future. They aren't too wide for broad shouldered me. Wires are in my fold with not a cm to spare, so I feel nothing. Gore tacks, no floating.
Without the pads I get a nice round profile. Naturally uplifted and up front without being super projected. It looks nice and would be good under a t-shirt except for the seams (if you care about that, I don't).
With the pads I get awesome textbook "cakes on a plate" style cleavage. BAM for sure. Like watermelons on my chest, except, you know, smaller. Really nice for date night, especially because I'm soft. So, I guess my cakes on a plate are more like Jell-o molds on a plate. Hot.
The color is really nice. Sort of a dusty purple with vintagey mauve colored trim. It's more of a faded look in person than it appears in the photographs. It's really pretty.
Size 34 bottoms. These are stretchy like the band, so I don't find 34s in this set an issue even though I'd usually take a 36.
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I could never get this one to fit right. There was always a slight gap that I couldn't fill because the straps were only partially adjustable. I even tried cutting them shorter and sewing them back on, but that didn't help. I guess it was just too big, or I didn't have the upper fullness it wanted.
Ewa bras are now on my list of brands that I'm going to be buying more of in the future.
This bra is great. One of the first things I noticed is that the straps aren't fully adjustable. That's not nearly an issue for me (I'm low set), but I could see it possibly being problematic for someone who usually tightens the straps all the way.
Fabric, I can't tell exactly what the cups, band and straps are, but I absolutely love the feeling.
I can see the cup detailing showing through really sheer or tight tops, which isn't a problem for me being as ...I have a lot of textured and thicker tank tops.
The band is a 70 and feels like about a TTS 70 to me personally. I've had this bra on the second set of hooks all day (and I went through a weird weight gain and went up to 30/31" temporarily). I haven't realized I was wearing a bra all day, similar to my Comexims. The fabric and design is just so soft. The only thing that makes me remember I'm wearing it is the awesome uplift I see when I glance down.
I wasn't expecting that uplift on myself. I remember people saying Comexim and Ewa bras had this awesome uplift, but Comexim didn't give the epic amount of lift that this does, so I wasn't expecting it. Comexim gives lift, but this Ewa has crazy lift. In a good way. If you're looking for a pushed up, forward facing, and jutted out look(I assume that's what the "cakes on a plate" phrase means???), the Ch Lawenda is great.
The cups also run pretty large. This is a 70D (32D), which is about a size smaller than I would normally wear (this is bigger than my usual band, but I typically wear 30E and seem good at 65G or similar fitting in Comexim). To show just how big the cups run, I've been wearing the bra with the cookies in all day and I get no quad boob (just amazeboob). The cups still fit without the cookies, but it feels more snug with them. Great pushup effect, just in time because I was about to resort to buying a VS pushup bra to replace all of my old pushups.
The wires are just as narrow as my Comexim Basic, Coco, and Joy Hc. So I'd estimate between 5 and 5.3".
The center wires touch, so cup separation is also similar to Comexim. Great projection.
I really like that Ewas bras come with cookies because that gives the option for pushup, but you can also wear the same bra without them if you're not in the mood or don't want them with a certain outfit or whatever.. I just think that's a smart addition.
I also love the unusual placement of the bows on the straps.
I'm looking to purchase the bottoms, as this was a complete success.
I don't think I'm ever buying anything other than Comexim, Ewa, and maybe sometimes Cleo. I've really lucked out with the past 6 or 7 bras. I'm super happy xD
Also, side note, in the photos, anywhere I'm holding a camera (it's also less clear), there's no cookies in. The others that I used my self timer for, there's only a cookie in the left. They're so thin that I didn't realize one fell out on my trip over to the bathroom xD Read more 472 more words
I originally tried this in 65F, which was too big. This band does have a fair amount of give, but it still feels firm when worn. The 65F was quite a bit too big in the cup. This one is ever so slightly big in the cup with a tiny amount of gaping at the top. Still, I think 65D would be too small, so I will keep this one. 3DM Ewa fit me pretty well in both 70DD and 65E, so it seems I may need to go down in the cup on Ch styles.
Lawenda is a lovely dark dusty mauve color (lavender leaning beige). It is very comfortable and gives fantastic lift, but the seams are quite thick and will show under fitted tops. I plan to try some other Ch styles because I love the lift and shape, but hope that some of them my have less prominent seams. Still, a beautiful and comfortable bra.
I adore this bra, the dusty lavender is a gorgeous shade and the soft pink lace is to die for. An awesome combination. Unfortunately, the cups of the bra are just a bit too big for me, and they gape even with the cookies in. This bra measures more like a 32D or 32DD.
This style seems to run big (or at least extremely open on top). My typical Ewa size 70DD (sister size to the UK 30E I'm usually wearing) was about one cup size too big in the cups and very gap-y. So I went for a 70D.
I also noticed that the seams are prominent and stick out under clothing. I hope this will decrease after a few washes and some wear.
The band runs true to size (my tight underbust is 69 cm or 27.2 inch) and the 70 band fits me just perfectly. It's not as tight as some other Ewas though, but it's very comfortable that way and decently supportive.
This bra is a full cup size too big for me, but this can be corrected by using the push-up pads - one for my larger side, two for my smaller just about does the trick! It is a very pretty bra and gives fantastic cakes-on-a-plate type, but under a T-shirt or jersey dress, the seams really stick out and are very visible, and the lace on the top edge rolls back.
A very nice bra that fits quite well. Nice shape and comfortable! The center gore is not very high which is very good for me because there is not much space between my breasts. There a push up pads but I don't use them because if I would, the bra would be too small.