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I always wanted this bra for couple of reasons:
First of all its Ewa Michalak CHP style
Secondly, it came in my size so I gave it a go
Thirdly, I have Slavic (Slowianski) look - it means I have fairly light hair, blue eyes and pale skin, so the name Slowianki refers to how people are differentiated in different parts of Poland. Many times ive heard how lucky I am to have this look, but I am only happy about my trully blue eyes, while my skin is so pale that I get sunburn after 2hours of exposing my skin to the sun and to match foundation for my face ... is a huge challenge.. but anyway, this bra was on my wish list and finally I got it.
This bra was previously used but its still in pretty great condition. Obviously little signs of use are present but nothing major that would cause bad fit.
I must admit, the bra is extremly comfortable! More than my Owoce Lesne or Stalowka. The wires are little softer. The cup width its tiny bit too wide for me, but didnt cause much empty space - nothing that couldnt be an issue
The cup depth.. well this bra is similar in measurement to Owoce lesne and bigger than Stalowka, however I feel like its size too small on.. (stalowka is little to small currently but its just fitting differently). I get major quadboob on my bigger side and small on smaller side - with pads its really bad but the shape from the front is extreme
The band is trully size 70 - feels great on my 72cm undebust. Its not as snug as it was brand new but still great!
The strap placement is definietly better than in my Owoce lesne (that I had to move in the straps coz was unwearable). Straps are fully adjustable
Updated on Jul 30, 2016 Flag this
Beautiful bra vibrant colors. Band runs small and firm more like a 31 but has a little give. Cups were way too small depth wise so I got quadboob pretty bad. Cup width was a tiny bit small gore is just right narrow and low enough for me and I am pretty close set. I ordered a 65f and my fit problems are solved.
Updated on Mar 31, 2015 Flag this
CHP Słowianki was a little too small at first, giving me quadboob when I wore it. As Ewa Halfcups of that size usually fit me fine (if not slightly too large), I wondered why Słowianki was so different.
Then it occurred to me - none of my older Ewa halfcups had pockets for push-up pads sewn in.
So since I didn't need the pads anyway, I grabbed some scissors removed the pockets carefully. Turns out as a success!
Even though I was not using the pads at any point, the pockets were still sitting at the bottom of the cups, reinforcing the lower part of the cup, thus making the bottom ... of the cups shallower by creating some weird push-up effect on my lower boob tissue. (Seen from the side, the bottom of the cups was slightly boxy, not as rounded as you'd expect.) Removing the pockets gave me more immediate depth at the bottom of the cups for the boob tissue to settle in, and my quadboob problem is solved.
It was quite surprising to see that these pockets - even with no pads in - have such an influence on cup volume and bra fit.
- This bra's measurements have been altered
pockets for push-up pads removed
Updated on May 02, 2017 Flag this
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