Very lovely bra! The Nowa Koronka has really beautiful lace and I am absolutely in love with it. A big thank you to the girl who sold it to me, if you ever read this
The band is not really stretchy at all, I find that the 26 is very comfortable for my 24 inch ribcage.
The straps are very fancy, with details woven in to prevent them from slipping. They are just a bit too thin for my taste and placed kind of far apart for this size. Luckily, I have pretty wide shoulders, but it could be overwhelming for anyone ...else.
The cups are narrower than my Ewa Michalak Chp Stalówka (307), and they feel a little less forgiving. I have a little weird quadboob thing going on near the straps area, but I am hoping that's due to the strap placement, and not the actual cups.
Overall, I am very excited to have this bra It is so pretty and well made, it will go right into my collection Read more 82 more words
A nice basic, red bra, with pretty lace details. I like it, but for some reason it never wowed me the way the CH Biszkopty did. Maybe because the shape is not quite as lifted and round, more like a crossway between the CH and PL shapes. The upper part of the cups turns slightly inwards - which works well with my lesser upper fullness but may cut into breast tissue with someone who is more fuller on top.
The band is noticeably less stretchy than the CH models I have (Biszkopty and Onyx) which may be due to the lace material used. Because of the unstretchiness, the band ...may at times feel a little uncomfortable. The band fits me well on the second hooks. The straps stay really well in place once they have been adjusted. The is no removable padding, which results in some gaping on my smaller side - I have to use a pad from my other bra to deal with it. The cups are deep and low cut, the wires are like in CH models. Read more 72 more words
Ewa Michalak once again - super quality, nice tight band. It's definitely not a 30. The fabric is great, really soft, and the structure is amazing. The band is really a tight 28, so even a 27 might actually be able to wear this for a while. Unfortunately the cups are a little too big for me. I highly recommend this bra to someone who is an actual 65GG in Ewa Michalak.
I found this bra to be too small in the cup for me and the size in general runs more like a 26G than a 28G - the band is not very stretchy at all and I usually have to wear it with an extender for an extra column of hooks. The cups were very slightly too wide for me and don't have the right shape near the gore to allow for my centre-fullness so the gore floats. I'm not sure whether this would fit in the right size or not as the cups seem to be at least a bit too closed on top and i get a quadboob effect. There is also not enough immediate projection near the wire for me in this bra so i get folding of the cup above the wire.
The band is too small for me, as I expected because my BTT hangs around 27 inches, but with an extender adding almost 2 rows, it fits quite fantastic. But I found that if I used the full length of the extender, at the end of the day I had that dull pain at the bottom of my back, the same pain I would get all the time back in my poorly-fitting bra days.
The band fabric is stretchy. Not in the way that Freya is, but more, well here's an analogy: Imagine a sheet of tin foil, you hold opposite ends with your hands, and pull ...outwards like you're trying to pull it apart; it is firm and won't stretch much at all. Now imagine a sheet of plastic wrap and pull it the same way as before. It has more give and is lighter feeling. That's how the Mak Nowa Koronka's band feels. (This is not the perfect analogy but it's what came to mind)
Compared to the 60GG - Ewa Michalak » Chp Stalówka (307), for example, this bra feels kinda looser all around. I don't say this as a negative aspect, but more as an observation. The whole bra feels flexible, like it just got out of a hot yoga session, while the Stalówka feels like it's been sitting in a hard chair in a cubicle all day. That said, I prefer the feel of the cube jockey bra.
The wires are nice and firm, and a great width. I think the 12.5 to 13.5 cm cup width is the sweet spot for me. Read more 162 more words
CHP is sort of halfway between a plunge and a balconnet. It’s a good style for me, since I can fall out the center of plunges and the straps on balconnets are very often too far apart and painfully dig into my armpits and/or fall off my shoulders.
Extremely high quality. Everything about this bra is tough and made to last. Excellent fabric, no loose threads or wonky seams, and amazingly strong wires.
The band is too tight for me, but the cups are perfect in volume and shape. I normally wear UK 28G, am rather full-on-top, VERY full-on-bottom, and have narrow roots.
Cleavage in this bra is subtle. It's more of the Marie Antoinette "cakes on a platter" look. No Y-shape in the center, just crazy uplift.
This bra is very very good, it fits so well and it's such a relief to finally have good fitting bras In UK brands I'm usually a 28G, but I find with Ewa Michalak that I have to go up a cup size, so I am a 26H (my true band size is meant to be 26, true bra size is around 26GG/H) Right now I am wearing extenders with it because I've only had it for a week, so it needs time to stretch out. I love red so I was really glad to have found this bra, it's so beautiful and it hold my breasts really well, much less bounce than those ill-fitting 32 bands I used to own! I'd recommend Ewa Michalak to everyone, even if they don't have an awkward bra size!
**EDIT*** Boobs have since grown, thus this bra is too small now
I ordered this bra and the 55F - Ewa Michalak » Chp Cappuccino (317) in the same order. This one's band is tighter than the Cappuccino's, but the cups fit just as well. It seems the lace band backed with powernet is quite firm. I imagine I'll need to pick up an extender for this one, or wear it a few hours at a time until the elastic relaxes. The red color is quite bright in person, but very nice. Gives a great shape and fits me very well. I am pleased with the purchase.
What a beautiful red bra! As usual with Ewa's CHPs, the shape is stunning and the bra is super comfortable on - I forget I'm wearing it. However, the CHP Mak Nowa Koronka is large in the cup. I have two other half-cups in the same size, the CHP Koktajl and CH Biszkopty, which both are marginally smaller. In my case it means that the edge of the cup rises too high on both breasts, i.e, there's empty space, I should wear a 65J in this style. But since the problem is in the very upmost part of the cup, it doesn't actually show under clothes and thus ...I can quite happily use this bra. Pros: - Very sexy. - Great shape, consistent with Ewa Michalak CHPs in general. - Comfortable, supportive.
Cons: - Large in the cup - I have needed to ask Effuniak to make the straps in my bras 5 cm longer than normal as otherwise they wouldn't adjust long enough. So if you're tall or your boobs are not early-teens-perky, it pays to do this. Read more 77 more words