I guess I could review this since I've had it a year now lol. I've been so slow with reviews. I wish Ewa still made this cut. It feels like an S/PL hybrid - mostly S, but with a lower gore like PL which is basically the best of both worlds for me. I like the simplistic navy design without the enormous bows, lace, sparkles, etc... a lot of Ewa's recent bras are all starting to look the same, in various shades of dark with lace or beige with lace (although that didn't stop me from buying 3 of them during her last new ...release sale haha). There's not a lot to say about this bra that hasn't already been said about most Ewa bras - it's narrow, good immediate projection, nice lift, rounded shape with a subtle peak. Classic Ewa. The cups are somewhat closed off, more so than a CHP. I'm at least the second owner - worth noting this bra has been worn regularly now for likely several years and is showing very few signs of wear. This is definitely a projected, centered profile, good for taking the girls out on the town, not good if you're trying to avoid the boob tent look under flowy shirts. I like it. I wear it a lot, sans cookies as always. Read more 125 more words
I borrowed this bra from lcl0706 for a week to test it out as I have never tried an Ewa before, and she said that this one, although a discontinued model, was fairly true to size. She said that it was a combination of two current styles (Pl and S?) so it was a good diagnostic bra. And since our sizes and shapes are similar, there was a good chance that it would fit. She sent it with the Curvy Kate Bardot 30FF that I bought from her. I'm ever so grateful that she did!
My shape is average to short narrow roots with soft, malleable, pendulous ...tissue that tends to be center full and even to fob. So I'm a perfect candidate for Polish bras.
This bra is amazing. I joked that I didn't want to send it back (I did, and she got it today with a small gift of thanks). I feel like I did have a smidgen of slipping from my IMF but very minor. Shape is great, colour is great (I'm a HUGE fan of navy), and the little flower at the center is lovely...it's not a typical flower, but it's really nice. I have to admit that I originally thought that the style was going to be a bit bland or boring but I was so so wrong. It's understated and just beautiful. I'm grateful that the wires weren't super high and I was quite comfortable with the fit under my arm pits. I have a tiny bit of gapping on my small side, but that's par for the course with my slight asymmetry. The straps were a little bit too wide set for me, but still fairly comfortable and manageable. I also found the band and hooks interesting...I've never seen a bra with 4 rows of hooks. Also, because I was borrowing it, I only wore it at home for a few hours at a time to keep it in the best condition, so I can't say anything about the long term comfort of the bra, but I think that it would be fine after a whole day.
I'd love to try this style or one of the ones that it's based off of. And I'd love to try one similar with a thinner padding if something like this exists. Overall, I really enjoyed it, and when I took it to my local shop, the fitter there (who has also suggested that I try Ewa) said it was a great fit....among the best fits that I have tried. I'm definitely going to have to use the measurements to help me find one for myself when I'm ready.
Anyway, really happy with this style; really sad that I don't actually own it. Read more 352 more words
------------------------------------------------- Out of my new Ewa bras, I actually feel like this one fits the best, after trying it on again.
I don't get any quadding or gapping. I can fill the cups, somehow, with the pads in. I do not however, like the shape it gives me as mine is super pointy. I wish my real boobs had this shape haha. But I don't want a bra to have this shape, unless it's unpadded, or maybe if it even just had much lighter padding. I believe this falls under "elf shoes", which, I actually seek in unpadded bras. I get the shape with Freya Starlet and Eden. The difference ...is that this is more heavily padded than the the 3 other EM's I own, and the shape is...exaggerated? I don't know how to explain. I guess it's like giant elf shoes, except even more rounded at the bottom than I'd get with unpadded "elf shoe" bras.
I tried it on under the same top I wore yesterday (photos coming) and it just made my boobs look giant.Almost Freya Deco giant, except pointy. It isn't as obvious under a top, and I wonder if the pointyness would go away after a while. I don't know, but I'm not so in love with this that I really wish to keep it. I may try it for a day before deciding, but I'm unsure as of now.
This one doesn't do much to boost my appearance or confidence, so..idk, I'm not heartbroken about possibly letting it go. I just don't get much from it and I don't like the shape. Who knows, I may change my mind if I try it out for a day.
For now I feel, it just doesn't do much for me and makes my boobs look exaggerated. Oddly, I like the look of it in the photos I took, but IRL I just feel like it looks really bulky and pointy.
Wires are very narrow, cups are up front and centered, wires touch. They do give me lift regardless. Appearance wise, I actually don't know how I feel about it. I like the flower in the gore, and I feel like that's a unique touch. I thought the blue was going to be slightly deeper/darker, but it's still pretty. The fabric covering the cups is really soft and pretty. Inside the cups is super comfy too, and I'm sure, comfort wise, I'd love this bra. Really if it weren't for the apex, I would probably really enjoy this bra and keep it for sure.
Straps are fully adjustable. I don't have issues with them being far apart, but I think I may be more broad shoudlered. The band on mine seems TTS, doesn't cut in and isn't at all slack.
I'd recommend this bra to, of course anyone with narrow roots, who needs some projection. I really don't know what shape would be ideal or a "perfect" fit for this. I'm even, but tuberous/thin boobed and I can fill it with the pads. I think many different shapes could possibly be compatible with it TBH. The apex is up pretty high on my bra and has the shape of a FoB boob but, the space is the bottom of the cups is a little less than the space in the top. So maybe, ideally slightly FoT to even? I'm not really sure. This one confuses me a little. xD
I'll edit in the future if I decide to try it out or keep it.
I bought this 70E planning on altering it down to a 65F. It turns out I didn't have to because the band is snug like my 65s. It's soft like a t-shirt and comfortable on the loosest hook. The straps are comfortable and stay adjusted just fine. Gore is flat on my sternum and pretty comfortable. It's at a weird height for me though. I have a little divot, most bras avoid it either sitting above it, below it, or not tacking so hard. But, I get a hard tack on this and it sits in that divot. That's fine, but if I slouch it will dig up and into ...the bony lip above. I sold a Miss Mandalay that I liked for that reason, but I think I'm going to suck it up for this. The shape is, you know, round and in the front. What else would it be being an Ewa Michalak bra? I love the color and really wish I had better lighting. It's a rich royal navy, just a hint of purple. I really really love it. The apricot carnation in the center is pretty. I like that it's not a bow and not a rhinestone of some sort. Read more 93 more words
I bought from another user thinking it would be similar to the PL cut but its a little different. My natural breast shape is like an upside down 7, not quite as pointy but that general shape. With this bra I get more a natural shape while with my PLs it more a smushed round shape. There is more space at the wire then the PLs which is good for my immediate depth. The apex is higher then mine and it kinda points upward. It looks better under loose fitting shirts. I am still able to fill the apex because the cups are slightly too small. I could go up a size but then it would be more coverage then I like. With the inserts I quad out of the cups. Is style the same a the M style?
I love the color and the cut of this bra. It took some time till the shape got more rounded, but now its really good. The wearing comfort is quite good, there seems to bee the tiniest amount of a problem in my left armpit, but usually that is no issue. I am FOB and can wear this bra under low cut tops. This is one of Ewas tighter bands.
I love the color on this bra. It has a different shape than CHPs, that seems to be similar to the S shape. It's decently deep at the bottom of the cup, but it is slightly closed on top. A cup size too big for my 65Es.
I now have two Ewa Michalak MP Kleksik bras in 65F. Both fit well enough but are too tight on the loosest hooks. The band feels much tighter than her usual 65 band. The MP Kleksik 65 band feels much tighter than the MP Truskawki z Malinami's band. I got the Truskawki twice in 65F and once in 65FF. That band is much more comfortable for my 29" underbust.
Other than the overly tight band, the MP Kleksik is a good fit. I've barely worn it because I can't be bothered with an extender when I have so many comfier bras. It takes a long time for me to loosen up a band, which I've had to do with my 3D Onyx, 3D Satine, 3D Karmelki, 3D Szafirek, and a few other Ewa Michalak bras. I may choose to sell one of my MP Kleksik bras to avoid having to do this.
Absolutely lovely bra! The cups are made of really thick fabric, so it adds size to the breasts. Unfortunately, the gore is too tall for me, and the apex of the bra is somehow too deep. I can wear this size in both PL and 3D, but not Mp for some reason. Even with the pads, its too deep/big for me.