I really love this bra by Ewa Michalak, the HP Fuksja. I bought it in 70C, I know now that 70D would have been a way better fit. The underwire doesn't really cut into the sides of my breast tissue, it cuts in at the bottom of my breasts. It's not uncomfortable for me, but definitely a sign for a too small bra. It's of very good quality though and offers amazing uplift. I really want to have this bra in my proper size.
This bra is one of the older models of Ewa's, but it is just as gorgeous as ever. Pinkish red fabric covers the Black foam of the cup, edged with black lace along the top, a black satin bow on the center gore, black straps, and black mesh for the band.
Unfortunately, this bra is one cup size too big for me, so the top gaps, but I think this fits relatively true to size, so someone who is a 28FF/30F UK would probably fit best. The wires are very narrow, true to Ewa, and there is lots of room at the bottom of the cup for immediate projection.
This seemed like a good fit at first, but after wearing it for a full day, I definitely spilled out. I'm either constantly adjusting or I end the day with one breast fully out of the cup. I guess I need to cup size up.
The band is good, maybe a bit on the large side. I bought this pre-owned, and the band seems to be a bit stretched (not as firm as other Ewa 65's I've tried), or maybe it's just made of stretchier material. There's not really quad boob as I said in the fit survey, as the cups are quite open on top. But there ...was no option for "boobs gradually spill over the top of the cup throughout the day."
Construction: Lightly foam-lined with vertical seams.
Materials: The label is worn away so I can't be sure. The wings are stretch mesh, and the cups are lined with soft, black fabric. The exterior is satiny.
T-shirt friendly: Yes, will work for most T-shirts. There is a little bit of subtle lace at the top. The seams are unobtrusive, and the rest of the cup is smooth. Read more 82 more words
What a gorgeous color. It is a deep magenta. It is very sexy. I was not sure if I would like the HP style as I've read different reviews. It does hold your breasts close to your body but I seem to like that look. It gives a great round profile.
I usually wear 30JJ, but I got the 30J because it was on sale at the time. Obviously it's small in the cup, but I'd say only by one cup, so I think the cups are true-to-size. However, due to the vertical seamed cup construction, I think I can get away with it being too small in the cup - it just gives even more of a Marie Antoinette style cleavage!
I found it loose in the band as soon as I got it, unfortunately, and combined with the thin band/two-hooks, the band isn't the most comfortable in the world. It has four columns of two hooks-and-eyes, so at least there's a lot of leeway for tightening.
The wires are quite narrow and, combined with the front-and-up construction, it gives a very in-your-face look. In terms of appearance, I love the colour and lace details (especially the lace on the gore). All-in-all a well constructed and cute bra - the only problem is the band.