New style for me! Low low gore, average wires... sorta tall-ish cups. Great immediate depth. I'm hooked on the idea of true plunges lately (not the Comexim balconette "plunges"), and love that this is one I actually stay contained in! It's clearly too big on my smaller side however, and I really hate pads. Full review on the blog!
This is a new cut to me, and right away I know I love it! The band is suuuuper tight, coming in at between 25-25.5" stretched, which is at or below my snug underbust measurement. It's tolerable for up to 8 hours or so, but then I just need to get it off my body! Other than that, it's a really exceptional bra. It has a beautiful design, for one. It has a somewhat bright blue lace overlay over the cups and the whole band (although it kind of looks more like a cornflower blue in some lighting), with beige padding and lining underneath. It has asymmetry pockets. ...The wire width is excellent, it has a wonderfully low gore, and I love how low coverage it is. It also has excellent immediate depth at the wire. It's super open on top, so it requires tall roots and/or FOT at this end of the size range. It has interesting straps that I've never seen before from EM. They're relatively thin and pretty stretchy, and they have an interesting kind of corrugated texture on the upside. I will probably reach for this over my PL now when I need something with a low gore, but especially because of the lower coverage in general. I wonder whether I'm on the brink of needing a 60G instead, because the apex seems a little low on me, although there's no quadding per se. I'd love some feedback about the fit from anyone who has tried this cut, especially Prettyncharmeuse, and lcl0706, from whom I bought the bra. It's too bad there isn't more data in my size range for the M cut, but I'll do my best to expand on that! I'm interested in getting the Jezynka in particular, especially after hearing that its materials are really soft and comfortable! Read more 201 more words
This bra is beautiful. I find it brings me front and center (probably the best cleavage I've ever had) and is very smoothing along the band (usually bras that fit give me a back bludge). Its slightly too large on my smaller side but fits the larger size to a T. I believe I am slightly projected and slighlty FOB with narrow roots so it might be good for others with a similar shape. One thing about this bra is it is tiny (about the same as my 55F EM) so you probably want to size up in the band (I've been using an extender which works well)
So glad I was able to replaced my 65DD in a bigger size. It was one of the 'in stock' bras so I got it in a little over a week.
This bra differs from the 65DD slightly-- the straps are wider set (okay for me, but I wouldn't mind it being a little more narrower), and the straps are completely different. The apex of the bra is a little higher than my nipples, but it matched perfectly on the 65DD. I think the cups are a little higher also.
I heard it ran super tight so I decided to go from my regular 50F to a 55E. Band was perfect for my 22-23 inch ribcage! Cups were a bit open at the top and wide as usual, but I've resigned myself to the fact that I'll never have wires narrow enough for me with EM bras. I think moving the straps in would help my gaping, considering they're a bit too close to my armpits. I quad a bit on my left breast, but if I go any higher the gaping on my right will be intolerable; it's already bad that they go so wide.