My shape: Soft, short narrow roots, projected. Aesthetics: The black lace is overlain on a beige cup. The lace trim comes partway up the straps, which is pretty. Elegant and classic. Fit: I ordered this bra along with the 65FF - Ewa Michalak » Chp Red Wine and these cups are taller than the Red Wine in the same size. This size difference of about 0.5cm in height made this bra feel and look too big. It's also a touch wider by about 0.2-0.3 cm. Additionally, it did not have asymmetry pads, so my smaller side was noticably gaping. Shape: This, like other CHPs, created a nicely rounded and uplifted shape. But as it was not a good fit...This bra was returned with sadness.
Ive been waiting to get this one in my hands.. and another disappointment https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> Looks really nice, although, I have some quadboobs and is just to seperate for my breasts :/ There is no cleavage, even the 65F - Ewa Michalak » S Letnia Noc gives me more.. But now some positive aspects: The gore is low and feels good, the wires are good length, love the beige material on the sides with the small bow between. Also, I must say its not typical 65DD, in my case it falls like between 65DD-65E as it is open on top. I wish it gives me cleavage like vesela_krava has! - also its bra from her collection that i got as an exchange.
The CHP Cappuccino is a 3-part lightly padded half cup with partially adjustable straps. It has black lace overlaid on a beige cup and cradle, which could give the effect of being sheer on someone with fair skin. The wings are made of black fabric. In this size it fastens with a fastener with 4 columns of 2 rows of hooks.
I love the bow on the centre gore with the little dimantes and definitely think this is an example of the lovely attention to detail that EM shows in most of their bras. It's worth noting that this is an older model still in production and didn't come ...with the push-up pads which seem to be pretty standard in newer CHPs. While I think someone who is really determined could force the buckle over the decorative part of the strap, the bows on the straps would be in the way, so you'd need to remove these in order for this to happen.
This bra was also ordered with matching briefs in size 34. Even though these aren't on the dropdown, I was informed that size 34 can be ordered for no extra charge, but they're not returnable. Read more 88 more words
Got this bra in a swap and it is in super good shape, I can see no signs of wear. I have always wanted to try this bra, but it just didn't work out this time. Band is just right, but cups about a size too small. I'd need to lose some weight for a good fit and I just don't believe in miracles . https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
This was the first EM bra I've tried, and now I know not to size up in the cups on the CHP. The band is a good length, but there is some gaping in the cups due to them being 1 size larger than I need. Nice narrow wires, great projection, but the gore is a little higher than I would prefer.
Technically I think this bra fits me...but I don't actually wear it. It just sits in my drawer. The cups fit well when I first put the bra on, but after a little bit of wear my larger side settles in so there is a slight bit of quad.
The front of the bra band is not as comfortable as my Ewa S bras, and I think that's why the bra has never made it into my daily rotation. It just sits a bit different on my ribcage. It's hard to explain. When I bend over I feel like I'm being cut in half in that spot. Not extremely, ...but enough that I don't forget about the issue when wearing it. This seems like something that tightening the band should fix, but then it just becomes too constricting and still doesn't totally fix the issue.
The bra really is very nice looking and flattering. The shape is very round. I do think it's a tiny bit wider when viewed from the front as opposed to my Ewa S bras (which are my favorite), but it's still pretty front and center. Read more 80 more words
I ordered this bra along with a PL and 3D in the same size (65D) just to get an idea of which style would suit me. The Cappuccino is a sexy bra which looks a bit better in person than it does in the photographs - the only thing I was slightly disappointed about is that the lace pattern on the bra I got differed from that on the EM website and from that on other users' photographs. I prefer the version on the website as I think it looks more delicate than mine, plus the flowers on the cups make it look like my boobs have eyes. ...OK, maybe that's a good thing.
In terms of fit, while the Cappuccino is probably a cup size too small for me (as were the other two bras I ordered) the CHP style is very open on top and so I can get away with wearing it in this size. The band is rather loose in comparison to the other EM bras I've tried, and a 60 band would probably have been better for my 27" ribcage. The wires don't feel quite as wide to me as the PL and 3D styles, possibly because they're a different shape - the wires on the plunges seem more like the 'swoosh' shape of the Cleo Marcie, while the CHP has a U shape like the Cleo Lily. At least, that's my current theory! The bra didn't give me a whole lot of support, which I first noticed when I walked down a flight of stairs and noticed a fair bit of jiggling going on, but it is comfortable.
While the bra is a reasonable fit on me, aside from perhaps being a little small, I wasn't hugely impressed with the shape it gave me - it's one of these 'cakes on a plate' bras which lifts you inwards and upwards rather than outwards. Being small-breasted, this can have a slightly minimising effect. Having said that, the padding on this bra is very minimal, and if I were judging the shape it gives by the standards of an unpadded bra I'd think it were pretty good. I ended up returning this bra as I wasn't quite in love with it enough to keep it, but I would like to try the CHP style again as I think it's a good fit for my shape - I'm planning to order one of the CHPs with removable padding in a 65D and a 65DD. Maybe the "Famme Fatale", if I can get over the fact it's not spelled "Femme Fatale". Read more 323 more words
It fits really well in the cups. I went up in the cup to a 70HH and the cups are similar in size to my Bm Bibi Beżowa Perła from Ewa Michalak in a 70H. The straps on this one are set pretty wide though. I'm going to take them off and sew them so that they fit more narrow shoulders.