The M Magique is a really sexy bra. There is no question that the aesthetic is 10/10. It is truly fabulous.
I know everyone in this size range has been quite curious in how the cut compares to other cuts, as well as the sizing of this bra.
First of all, the band runs very tight. The 60F I have only stretches to 26 inches, making it run a full band small. I would recommend sizing up from your normal Ewa band size, especially if you have been considering a 60 but your ribs are between 26-28 inches. This is my regular cup volume. ... I occasionally size up a cup if I believe the cups run closed on the top edge. The top edge of this bra is fairly open.
The cups of this bra has quite a bit of immediate projection above the underwire, as stated by others who have tried the M cut. I think it would work very well with full on bottom breasts. The apex of the cup is also quite low, and the bra has really short cups. Compared to the 3D, the bra definitely has deeper, shorter cups. The bra is unlike the PL because there is less cup fabric around the center. Very soft tissue will probably have no chance staying in due to the lack of support in the middle.
While it does fit me, it is not absolutely the most ideal bra for my shape. I am fairly shallow with tall roots and full on top. I have to wear the pads, otherwise I cannot fill the apex of the bra fully because the bottom of the cups have that projection and therefore isn't lifting my boobs as it should. Without pads, my boobs just sit there, but there is no gaping. The pads make that area shallower, as well as help fill any space at the apex and gives minimal lift. Under a shirt, my boobs look short, slightly pointy, and projected. I'm definitely more used to them looking flatter and higher, "pushed up", since that is what the other Ewa bras do for me, and I prefer "neck boobs" if possible. I personally do not find the cups running small, but that is probably due to my shape.
The straps are place pretty far apart. It is wearable for me since I have broad shoulders, but its not the most comfortable, especially since the straps are thin and cheap. They do get softer with wear and wash though.
The gore is fairly low and is standard compared to PL and 3D of the same size, and the wires are medium to somewhat narrow in width. They are softer than most of the wires Ewa uses in this size.
Overall, I do like the design of this bra. It isn't the most perfect bra for me, but it does fit and I am happy with that. Currently, I do not plan on buying anymore M cut bras because I dislike the shape and support, but I will see how it wears with time and if my opinions change.
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Updated on Mar 11, 2016 Flag this
I love the looks & descriptions of the M cut. Unfortunately I think I'd need a 60G & it stops at 60FF.
I think they are making an S version
Yes, there was a sneak peek of the S on her polish facebook page. dying for it!
I feel so cheated by the M cut! I loved it in the 65E, but bumping up to a 65F completely changed it for me :(
I like it on you, the beige matches your skin tone well so it you really only see the eyelash lace.
I know they're making it in an S. I don't want the S lol. it's not even that I'm totally in love with this particular bra, it's the cut I want to try & cant :-/
Please let me know if you decide to sell it, I think this may be a perfect cut for me!
Oh, and how is the strap placement? Still a bit wide like the other cuts?
Thanks jlcl119 :) The beige they use is on the slightly tanner side.
Dvrgrl812 I will let you know if I ever sell this, but I tend to hold on to Ewas forever, except in rare cases. The straps are fairly far apart yes, but attached on little rings so you can adjust the angle. This helps a little bit.