This fits me about how I expected it to. Tiny bit too small on the left, great on the right. Gorgeous, and incredibly soft and comfortable. Narrow and projected as per most EM half cups. It's not as stiff as the foam in some of her others, and I find it gives a little bit less lift. The band runs about one size small. Full review on the blog!
Groszki I Róże (Peas and Roses) is a discontinued CHP from 2012. The bra is made of clouds and chinchillas.
Okay, no, but it is one of the softest, if not _the_ softest, bra I've ever touched (60H - Comexim » Luna Biustonosz (293) is worthy competition though). The entirety of the set is made up of silky smooth pale mint jersey. It seems to be extremely resilient. I'm the third owner of this set (that I know of) and not a pill or a run in sight. I love the color and I think it looks really great against my cool leaning currently pale skin. ...There are giant mint bows the same shade as the bra at the gore and on the back of the bottoms. The trim is floral lace fabric. It's transparently white with black vines and bright pink and orange roses. While I appreciate the unexpected addition of it, I don't like it. It's got a very loud Ed Hardy vibe to it, in my opinion, and that is just not at all my style. I would like to replace it, but I'm not quite sure with what yet.
The band on this is quite snug measuring at about 27.5" for me. This works fine and I'm able to wear it on the loosest hooks. However, I can only fill the cups up during specific times of the month and I tend to be pretty sensitive everywhere so I wear a column of an extender for comfort. The straps are okay. They're a bit wide set, my armpits don't feel attacked but they are on high alert. They're half adjustable and not really stable in the back. The rear of the straps are smooth and silky, they adjust easily but they don't stay. I have to put them back once or twice during the day depending on how active I am. The front are thick and padded and not very stretchy, so they're comfortable enough. The wires are a touch wide for me (though 5" is within my comfort range), but they also seem to be softer than current CHP wires, so they don't dig or poke. The cups themselves are made of a softer foam. They are softly supportive and very comfortable. More breast pillows than breast platters which is exactly what I want in a PMS bra.
Overall I'm very pleased with it. It provides comfy lift when I really want it and I'm happy to have it around. Thank you, lcl0706! Read more 312 more words
This bra started my addiction to polish bras. I bought it second hand, selecting the size the calculator gave me. It was success o the first try, it fit, I like the shape and the comfort. The straps are not adjustable (they always adjust themselves the the longest length) which is luckily okay for me. Sometimes i have a little bit of quadboobing but more than 90 percent of time evetything is okay, I tried a bigger cup twice, it is really too big for me. The band is quite soft for an Ewa, I wear it without extender. I guess saying that my wardrobe is full of Ewas now is the best way to say that it really persuades me. It was the first cleavage friendly cut for my FOB breasts, even if it is not perfect Pand still some millimeters too high cut).
So at some point, I'll write a real review, with non-grainy pictures, but I love this bra so much I had to share. I wasn't sure about how the CHP would work for me, because I've heard that it's shallower, wider set, and more open on top than the other EM cuts. This particular model does not have pockets for cookies. The wires on this (at around 4.7 inches) are perfectly narrow and there is considerable immediate projection. The cups are fairly open on top, but they're cut very low so they should work with a variety of shapes. I would say this is on the smaller side ...for me and if it did have cookies, I would likely not be able to wear them. There is a LOT of cleavage going on with this bra. I'm used to a lot more coverage from my well-fitting bras, but I believe this is how CHP is supposed to fit? It gives a nice cakes on a plate look that would be lovely under a scoop neck. I was worried about the center gore on this bra, but it's actually not that high. It comes to around 2.1" which is really fairly standard and the wires do cross at the top.
The straps are wideset and very stretchy, but the bra is made well enough that they don't really need to do much. They're a bit annoying being so wide, but that's what I get for buying 30s when I wear a 26. It's definitely a weird strap design, because they're quite thick but yet not supportive because they're elastic on the front. Is this supposed to be for comfort?
The design of this bra is absolutely gorgeous. I love mint green so much and my pictures definitely don't do this beauty justice. The floral appliqué at the top looks high quality and is very unique. This is the kind of bra that deserves to be shown off! The back of the bra is just a plain, ballet back in the same color with a 2x3 fastener. The band is very tight for a 65 as it stretches out to a maximum of around 28.5 inches. Of course, this is still too large for me, but it means I only need to do a little alteration. I can comfortably wear the bra on it's tightest hooks and will probably wear it on the middle hooks for less active days. The band fabric is also very stretchy and the fabric is very soft (almost VS levels of band softness).
Overall, I'd definitely be interested in trying more styles in the CHP style. I appreciate the very narrow cup width, immediate projection, and Marie Antoinette cleavage. Read more 345 more words
It's been almost one year since I bought this bra and it's still one of my favourite CHPs. I have 6 bras in this style and GiR has the best cup construction imo. I don't exactly know what is different, but this bra gives a really nice cleavage for a half cup. The cups are very smooth, the lace on the edge is the same as in Freya Mimi. The straps are very wide in front, it's comfortable because I don't feel any pression on my shoulders. In the back section the straps are very thin and slippery, I have to readjust them every time I put the bra on. They have also stretched a lot, fortunately, the front section is more solid. The band is tight, fits best on the first hook, and hasn't stretched since I bought it.
This is a review for both HP Rokoko and CHP Groszki i roze, both in size 65E. They were to my eye identical in shape and size! (also when I tried them on)
They were both very beautiful but too small for me in the cups! https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> The shape was nice and round, but flattened because they didn´t fit. I have PL Eden 65Fthat fits and because I heard that CHP runs large in the cups, I thought 65E would be good, but no. I reordered HP Rokoko in 65F and returned CHP Groszki.
The band was similar in both bras and felt good. ...Quite tight, so I could fasten it to loosest hooks https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> I normally need a 28 band and have about 27´ribcage. Straps are only partly adjustable and they were good for me but I don´t usually have problems with straps. The only problem with these bras were too small cups and that resulted in both quadboob and wires being too narrow. They felt bad in the armpit side. Read more 74 more words