First EM bra! Quality is great! Band is very comfortable, firm, but forgiving of my softness. However, I do find the straps themselves dig in and become uncomfortable. That is partly due to this bra being one cup size too small for me. This bra runs true to size for a a full on top girl. Although EMs bands are said to run small, I find this one true to size. I find the gore to be pleasantly narrow, even though it is high. The shape is beautifully rounded. Gives great support. My biggest gripe is the wideness of the straps. I'm used to my Comexim alteration, having the straps moved in. All in all, I'll be adjusting this throughout the days to keep the quadboob at bay. Lovely! Looking forward to more EM bras in the future.
I decided to try this on a whim, and I'm glad I did. It's a beautiful bra, and it works surprisingly well with my chest. The band is a true 36, the bra is comfy and lightweight to wear, and while it just barely doesn't tack, it's not enough for me to really care. Not absolutely perfect, but certainly a keeper.
My shape is low set, soft, pendulous, short and narrow rooted.
This bra is very feminine and pretty. It's a beige base with green and pink embroidery. The one I received was pre-loved, and the centre pink bow is stuck in a folded in half position, but otherwise, it's in decent shape with minor signs of use. The shape it creates is very rounded, with lots of top boob exposed. In my case, I can barely get my nipples covered (I had to tug the bra up actually). I think it usually has slightly more coverage than what I get because this bra is about a size too small ...for me. The wires are quite narrow in this bra, which brings everything up and centre. I love the shape it creates, but maybe because it's slighly too small for me, I do get some quadding and flattening of the front of my boob, which is more pronounced on my left bigger side. This bra is close to fitting me, but I feel like I had to pull the cup up to stay on my boobs. I also have some slight side boob that I couldn't scoop into the cup, and I feel a bit squished overall. I'll probably still keep it however, since I like the rounded-ness of this bra, and it might fit better on my 'smaller days'.
The quality is excellent and the band is surprisingly comfortable considering it's a size up from my usual size. I got 74cm giving it a fairly good stretch when measuring it, and the wires were just starting to distort. Read more 160 more words
Out of 6 bras that i got recently, there are only 3 that fit me, and of them is 70DD - Ewa Michalak » Hm Cukiereczek (574) that looks so nice and girly. It was previously used, but looks like it wasn't! On the smaller side, there is a little bit of empty fabric, but its not an issue at all! looks really nice, even my mom didnt say anything that i spent so much on bras recently when she saw that one. the material is really well made. Love it! perfect summer bra!
Purchased this after finding such success with the HM Fiolecik, which this bra seems to fit pretty identically to! Beautiful round "purple" shape, subtle cakes on a plate cleavage, and gorgeous floral embroidery typical of EM!
Ohhh I love this bra! So pretty! Even though it doesn't fit me quite right, I'm willing to live with a few issues on account of the prettiness.
I bought this bra from another user on this site, it was still new with tags still on. I new that it would be a tight fit, as this is a 30G, where I normally wear a 32G, but the measurements showed me that the difference in cup depth and wire length was under 1 cm, so I decided I would give it a go.
First of all, the sheer mesh fabric of the cup is surprisingly supportive, and the embroidery is ...just gorgeous!
To my surprise, the band is not way too small. I had already bought an extender because I thought it would be, since I usually wear 32 bands, and I had read everywhere that EM bands are quite snug. But even though it is a bit tight, I don't think I will need an extender, or at least not for long.
The gore is a bit higher than my usual styles (Freya half cups), but it's not uncomfortable. The gore is also quite narrow (the wires are sewn on top of each other), which is a bit much for my wide set boobs, but that is basically true for all my bras.
The wires, are about the same length as most of my bras, but narrower than I prefer, so I've just bent them out a little and now they are a good fit.
The cups fit, but they are on the small side (as expected). I do not quad boob, but the gore doesn't quite tack. When I push the gore to my sternum, the cups do quad a bit, so I guess a GG would be better for me.
One problem I have not yet been able to fix, however, is that the top of the cup gives me a bit of a square shape from the side. It is as if the fabric just below the top of the cup is tighter than the absolute top edge, which causes the square shape.This may have something to do with the construction of the straps, which start in a wedge shape at the top of the cup, as opposed to the usual parallel straps. The slanted inside edge of the straps seems quite tense, and I think I feel this tension continue in the top part of the cup that seems tighter than the upper edge somehow (of anyone can still folllow what I mean).
I will make a fit request for this bra to see if anyone can tell me what's happening.
I received this bra by accident. I ordered the SM but got the HM. I figured I'd review it before sending it back, because data is good. For the record, I wear many different sizes in Ewa'S bras, depending on cut and fabric; right now, my best fit in the SM is a 75FF on the middle hooks.
As for the HM...wow, what a hot mess. First of all, ow ow ow ow that gore ow make it stop. The S and SM are just barely low enough for my fused breasts. The HM is both taller AND wider at the base, which I think causes the majority ...of the fit issues, from the digging gore (OW) to the overall weird shape this gives me.
It's also wider and shallower than my other Ewas, too, specifically with less center fullness (see: wider gore at the base). It gives me square boobs in profile. Now, I don't mind round and I don't mind pointy, but SQUARE?
Because of the gore height, the cup flares open at the top. Because of the cup.width, the straps are sawing off my arms. Because of the cup depth, I'm getting massive orange-in-a-glass-type wrinkles.
It's a very cute bra, but not my favorite EM shape-wise or comfort-wise. I have a full on bottom shape, and while it doesn't gap or wrinkle at the top, it would also be very forgiving and more flattering on fuller on top boobs. The fabric is stable but I can definitely see why Ewa doesn't want to make the HM cut bigger than a G cup. The wires are the same width as my CHP Marcepan in 70DD. In EM, usually I need the volume of a 70D but the wire width of a 70DD, so this worked out great for me. I would definitely consider ordering this one in a cup size down from your usual EM size. The gore is not super comfy at the top, but I am extra-sensitive to pokey gores, and it is quite narrow for its height. The band is pretty true to size for EM. Overall, I like the bra and I will probably keep it, but it's not the first one I reach for.