This is a great bra. It fits really well without the cookies, with just a hint of quad boob on my larger side. I think the CHP is a good style for my breasts, which are narrow rooted, very projected above the wire, bottom and centre-full and very soft. It gives a very rounded and lifted silhouette, which I like. The fabric is soft and pretty and the straps are comfortable and easily adjustable. Even though the cups are quite narrow, they are still a bit wider than I need and the wings rub into my armpits a bit. I could also go a bit tighter in the band, so a a 55FF or G might be even better.
Very pretty and the fabric is lovely and soft. I just dont think Ewa are for me though. I still have empty space at the top of cups by the strap? I am full on top, close set, projected and it is the correct size. The straps are also very wide set. I also find the band not as firm as a Comexim band and I am 26 so this maybe the issue
Lovely bra, lovely color. Lace at edge overhangs and can make it look as though the breast is not filling the bra, unless one is actually "quadding", and thus touching the lace. Sometimes I can see a line on the outside at the same place where the cookie pocket ends, which looks a little odd aesthetically. I hate that the insert opening is between the pocket and the bra, it is harder to put the cookie inside and arrange it properly. I wish it was attached and opened like the pockets in S Syrena. The center bow gets a little swallowed up by my breasts.
Warning: the Ewa fitting ...advice floating around the web does not seem to serve me well in any bra. Definitely did not need to size up in the band, or so much in the cups!
I originally ordered this in 75G, it was way too big. I conferred with Kaska at Ewa, she recommended the 70FF.
Okay fit without cookies, but my areolae often peak out even when “tucked”. (If I put in the cookies, I explode out of the bra. And not in a sexy way.) A little small, but not super obvious since I am not very full on top. Probably not the best cut for full on bottom women. Good wire width. Gore is a good height, not uncomfortable even though I am close set. I get touching cleavage above the gore, I suspect I would even if the bra were not a little small. Up one cup size would probably be a better fit, but as I have a few pounds to lose and some tightening up of the body to do, I chose to stick with this one. I also suspect I am too shallow up top to look very full in a larger size.
If you are looking for a bra that will make you look boobilicious in a low cut top, this is the one. Fine with a patterned top, fine with a looser top. Because of the seams and lace edge, I would not wear it with a solid-colored, tight/clingy top.
My best fitting bras tend to be UK 32FFs, but in Ewa, I suspect I am currently closer to 70G, or in between 70FF and 70G, depending on the cut.
Caveats: I am full on bottom, somewhat soft-tissued, projected, slightly pendulous, close-set, inner fullness, need a lot of immediate projection. I have narrower roots. I am long-waisted and tall for a woman (5'8"). I have a smaller frame, am a bit deflated on top and have some looser skin. It is not super obvious, but likely affects fit slightly. Read more 331 more words
This bra is SO pretty and delicate-looking. The fabric is soft and comfortable, and I don't notice the bra while I'm wearing it. I opted for a 65FF because I didn't want the hassle of having to use an extender on a 60 band for a couple weeks, and it is still decently tight on the loosest hook (though the gore doesn't tack). I have both the included cookies in and I had to put an extra cookie in on my smaller side -- I think the CH/CHP cut may just be a bit too open on top for me. On the whole, though, I'm happy with the fit and the bra itself is BEAAAUUUTIFUL. I also got the matching briefs, which aren't very flattering in the back but are very soft and comfortable.
Lovely soft colour, smooth touch. This have clearly deeper bottom projection compared to Gorsenia's half cup. You will be able to see and compare from the side view picture that it has an angle close to vertical. The band is slightly loose, if you like tighter you can go to smaller band. Unlike Roxana, gore overlaps.
This bra is absolutely gorgeous! My first Ewa Michalak purchase and I'm very satisfied. The quality is outstanding. It features 4 columns of hooks in 3 rows for extra support and added longevity. The cup height and immediate projection are perfect for my short rooted pendulous breasts and the wires are the narrowest I've found to date in this size range. I love the openness on the top of the cup, it's very accomodating for many different breast shapes. The straps are more wide set than most brands but don't dig into my tail of spence, sitting over it instead. This also means that the straps and side of the bra tend to show through the arm holes on tank tops . The seams do show through thin shirts but this isn't an issue in thicker fabrics. If you are high set, pendulous, and short and narrow rooted give this bra a try!
I made the mistake of having someone help me measure who HATES bras so my measurements were way too loose. I'll be exchanging this for a better size because it's gorgeous and will probably be super comfortable. The other 90F I received, though, fits nearly perfectly, so I wonder if this was just an *especially* stretchy band.
Very very soft! Not as pink as I was afraid it might be. Straps are stretchier than I like, as well as the band, minus the elastic on the band. I prefer a more even firmness to a band, while this bra is very stretchy there, but the 3/8-1/2" elastic on the bottom is very snug, leaving the whole bra wanting in support.
It's a nice pale pink, it has mostly smooth cups but a part of pink lace on top. The lover edge of the lace has a tendency to fold upwards which I find a tad annoying, but it's not too bad. It has a big, white ribbon at the gore, and a gem underneath. It overall looks well made and feels very soft. There are a few loose threads but you do have to look for them. It comes with 4 columns of 2 eyes.
The cups are lined in white cotton, and it has a pocket ...with "cookie pads" or push up inserts. The pocket is only attached to the cup on the bottom and since I don't use the bra with the inserts, it tends to fold and scrunch up when I put the bra on which is quite annoying to be honest. But hey, it's nothing close to a dealbreaker and I could quite easily attach it by hand to the inner seams of the cup.
The band is a bit tight for a 65/30 band, it stretches to about 73 cm (28.75"). My underbust is 71 cm (28") so it's quite perfect for me. The band was however quite uncomfortable for the first few wears, probably because it's made for someone with a V-shaped ribcage (mine is quite straight). The lower part of the band had too much tension, while the upper barely had any at all. Hooking the upper hook an eye tighter than the lower one did work, but I decided to stretch the lower part out a bit by wearing it instead. Now, it's all nice and snug!
The gore tacks nicely, The underwire is in my imf or just slightly below, depending on the day. It ends right behind my breast tissue on the sides, so it's quite perfect. This is the first bra I've had that works this well with my inner fullness. The gore is quite low in my size, but my breast tissue is firm enough for it to work.
The lace and the seams are somewhat visible through a shirt and the color doesn't quite work as a nude for me under white shirts, but it does come close. From the side I get a nice round, uplifted shape.
Overall, the bra looks and feels great on me. It's perhaps a tad bit too low so my nipples do sometimes show after a swoop and scoop.
I get quite a lot of cleavage in this bra, mostly the "cakes on a plate" kind. Depending on the time of the month, the bra do occasionally get a tad too small and then I do get closer to the "butt crack" kind of cleavage, but it's a look that I do quite like so I'm not complaining.
I went up a band size after reading reviews that said Ewa Michalak bands run tight, but this one seems pretty true to size; I should have gone with my gut and gotten the 65. The band is stretchy and comfortable and stays put as long as I keep it on the tightest hook. I'm confident that in the 65, it would behave the same way on the loosest one. The cups have a tiiiiiiiiny bit of quadding without the asymmetry pads, so I obviously can't wear this bra with the pads, but it doesn't show under shirts, and considering it's the best-fitting bra I ...own right now, I think I'll live with that until I can receive a 65HH in the mail. This bra sits beautifully in my IMF, and it accommodates inner fullness better than the Comexim 3HC. It's also narrower than Comexim's 3HC, with underwires that are U-shaped rather than spread out to the sides. I could probably go for a narrower wire, but this one is plenty comfortable as it is, so I'm not too bothered about it. The bra is a lovely shade of light pink that I think will complement most skin tones, and the seams and lace didn't show up under the clingiest, stretchiest shirt I could find. When I put it on, my husband said, "Whoa, they look a lot more projected than usual." (Isn't he cute, picking up on bra lingo lol), but when I put a shirt on, they looked very rounded, and while they weren't minimised, I think once you get to a certain size, there's no escaping the fact that you have large breasts. The bra does hold them on the front of my body instead of the sides, which is exactly what I wanted. All in all, I will definitely be ordering another one in the correct size. Read more 213 more words