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S Orzechowa Pralinka (711)

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  1. 60 FF-K ... (28 :8-:15)
  2. 65 F-L ... (30 :7-:17)
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  1. 5
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    65F

    Didn't fit

    I’ve finally decided to size up the cup. To try the new size, I chose the cheapest model available on the site.
    The band in Pralinka is TTS or even truer than the size… I prefer to wear it with an extender for the moment, but won’t probably need it when it stretches out after some time.
    I am SO happy to discover this cut! Obviously, I was afraid of the cup depth but my PLs are a little bit quadding these days, so it was the best moment to try it out.
    I can’t see a lot of difference in the coverage. I have less cleavage than in the PLs, ... but this cleavage was mainly due to the too small cups – if the cups weren’t that open, I could not probably even wear them. The major difference between the S and the PL cut is the angle of the bottom of the cup – it’s just impressive. My boobs have never been lifted so high and so steeply.
    The cup edge seems a little more closed on the top compared to the PL cut.
    The bra is very soft and comfortable. The straps are wide and unfortunately they’re also trying to escape from my shoulders, but less than in Szmaragd.
    I haven't bought a nude from for ages, because I usually don't find them interesting and prefer to spend my money on something more coloured but I absolutely don't regret this purchase and I hope it'll still fit when I will need it the most, in the summer.

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    Updated on Feb 16, 2016 Flag this


    • I thought this particular S ran a little small? i've been considering buying it up 1 size from my other S that fits. I believe S is more closed in the smaller sizes, but mine are quite open (75 J/JJ)

    • so, if it really does then I was lucky to choose this particular model :D

    • The fit looks good! And the colour and smooth surface will make this a very useful bra I think. What's the fabric like it appears shiny?

    • Pudding the fabric on the cups is shiny but not as much as on the pics. The rest of the bra is rather mat. I love shining bras ;)

    • I read somewhere else the shiny stuff was almost like pantyhose over the surface of the bra - like where some of them have lace

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  2. I think it's safe to say, I've found my holy grail of bras! I've found my brand! I've found my style! I've found...the one! The S styled bras fit dead on for me! So full of win!

    This bra is a fabulous nude bra and I plan to purchase another just like it. It lifts and keeps my bust front and center while giving fantastic cleavage. The fabric overlay on the cup is delicate (much like pantyhose) and can easily snag on rough fabric, so beware. The straps are smooth and fully adjustable. The cup encases my breasts without any irritation near the armpit area where the strap meets ... the cup. The wires are nice and narrow. I found this band smaller than my other 65 band sized bras from EM. This is not an issue for me since most my EM's in 65 start off on the tightest hooks (I hate special ordering). There are three columns and two rows of bra hooks on the backband. The band is not too stretchy or too firm, and feels oh so heavenly. There's a cute satin bow with a pearl accent on the center gore. All pictures were taken without the cookies.

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    • 1

      Looks fab! I ordered 2 of them myself and cannot wait until they get here. So glad you had great success! :)

      (Evadne, check out that color! Woo hoo!)

    • Ok, so I just have to ask . . . you dont fall out the center of it at all? I wouldnt be able to stay in that at all. I guess you probably have firmer boobs than I do?

    • 1

      I don't want to be a party pooper, and I would never tell someone not to wear any bra they loved if it makes them happy, but I think technically you need the next cup size. This is definitely intended as a low cut style but not THAT low cut. With very firm boobs (young/dense tissue, or augmented folks) you often don't quad or spill in the obvious way the way softer-tissued ladies do, but you still need support, and a too-small cup that does not contain as much of the breast as the designer intended will not provide that support.

    • 2

      dbmamaz The gore on the S bra in her size is quite lower than in our size range. You can't really compare how hers fits to one in your size.

    • 1

      Can you pretty please post the bra's measurements? Thanks!

    • Yes, you can get excellent containment even with a superlow gore--however the cups do have to cup enough of the boob volume to keep the girls stable.

      A true half (demi) cup achieves this by coming up a liiiittle bit higher in the middle, but being extremely low cut all along the top. Plunges can be extremely low in the middle but achieve good containment by going up a little higher along the outer quadrant.

    • 1

      wendybien The OP never mentioned her boobs not feeling stable or supported. If she's happy with the fit, that's all that's important. Her review was very happy and optimistic about this bra.

    • 2

      BumbleBean People very, very frequently post happy and optimistic reviews only to be disappointed later on because they took off the tags, but later realized that the fit wasn't good after all. I regularly go through the ordeal of ordering bras from overseas as well and if I posted pics of something that had a potential fit issue I didn't realize, I would most certainly appreciate other users politely pointing that out!

      I don't poke round looking for reviews to respond to, but this was posted to the community as an adventure, so I assumed that OP would consider it useful info to take on board as she sees fit. She is clearly an adult who can make her own choices and decide for herself if in fact she wants to keep a bra or whether she wants to try a larger cup.

      I am not criticizing her or her choices or anything personal, just responding to a bra adventure in a manner that is intended to be helpful. This is, after all, a bra fitting site, not a purely social forum where the only appropriate response to "I got this thing to wear and I'm excited" is "you look lovely, yay!"

    • Do you feel like this one runs any smaller than your other EMs that are the same size? I've ordered this in my usual 70FF and am worried it might run a little small.

    • I just got this in my normal EM size of a 65f and it's too small for me...very minimal coverage. Can you please add measurements since this would be my preferred size in the bra? Thanks :)

    • My EM BM perla I thought was a great fit when I got it, but I do fall out of it. And the gore is only a half inch shorter than my floris? Is that right?

      But its comfortable, so I still wear it sometimes. But i've learned I cant actually wear it under low-cut tops, because then when I'm falling out the bra, I'm also falling out of the shirt . . and i'm way too old for that! But i'm very, very soft.

    • I think it is reasonable to keep your EM perla, dbmamaz .It's definitely possible to wear something that fits less securely than the designer intended--most people can make it work, wearing it for short periods of time or on occasions they won't be doing anything more active than sitting around. But obviously that does make the bra less versatile and you're limited in how much wear you can get out of it. I had a couple lower balconnets that fit like that (sort of fit, but lacked stability and coverage) when I first got them and I was definitely bummed that I could not wear them all day with a low cut shirt or for an evening event where I'd have to move around normally, carry my 2 year old and so on. If I had a semi-active day my boobs just climbed out and then I had quadding bad enough that you could see it through my clothes. Now that my boobs have shrunk those bras actually are my best fit but it's certainly true that if I'd stayed the same size, I just wouldn't have gotten as much use out of them.

    • 1

      dbmamaz I actually don't fall out of the middle at all. I feel contained without having any overflow.

      wendybien I think the lighting sometimes makes them look way rounder than in person. In this bra I actually have a ever so slight space along the edge of the cup. I have an EM Toffic plunge bra that is in a 65G and is too big in the cup for me. I think if I size up I'll have an even larger gap and the armpit area would be uncomfortable. And I totally agree with you on needing support. Us augmented ladies need the support as well since nothing's worse than a bottomed out implant.

      CurvyCandy in comparison to my other EMs, mainly my SM Wróżka, the cup covers the same, but the band fits smaller. I find with EM bras it's a crap-shoot as to how tight of a band you get.

      *currently working on getting the measurements up along with a few other pics. For reference my nipple sits just under where the three part cup converges in the center.

    • I was wondering if you are wearing the assymetry pads that came with the bra in the pictures? I find that with the pads in I am getting quite a bit of quad boob. I am contemplating getting the 65ff.

    • disneymom I actually didn't have any in when I took these pictures.

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      Thanks for replying! It helps so much and gives me hope that a 65ff would be a better choice for me :)

    • Happy2BraShop, can you comment at all about the seams on this bra? Are they visible under t-shirts? I have several of the Ewa Michalak S Porcelanka (369) bras, which I love, but the seams show up too much for my liking under solid light colored t-shirts. I'm curious if the S Orzechowa Pralinka is any better...

    • pinkwonder They do show up ever so slightly. The thinner the shirt, the more it shows. I usually wear a thin flesh colored cotton tank (cheap ones from forever21 or similar clothing store) under to better disguise the seams. But this one isn't quite as bad as some of the other pieced cup bras I've had.

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  3. 2
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    65GG

    Didn't fit

    This is the 3rd size I've tried in this bra due to weight gain/body changes. Compared to my other Pralinkas this thing is a beast! The straps feel very wide and the cups give me a very strange torpedo like unnatural look. I also get quite a bit of gapping in the top of the cups. I love that the band has 4 columns with 3 rows of hooks. The nude color is perfect for me and it fits the bill for a nude basic every day bra. The center gore sits well agains my skin and doesn't bother my close set breast despite it being higher than my 65G's. Sad this didn't provide a nice round shape as my other Pralinkas do. I guess I'm more of a 65G 1/2 in Ewa bras.

    *All pictures taken with the cookies in the cups.

    Updated on Aug 06, 2016 Flag this


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      I also noticed a "torpedo" like shape in S styles in 65gg/60h. I figured that's just how the S is supposed to look, and that others like it more than I do. But perhaps the shape varies with size?

    • 2

      I get torpedo in my S bras as well. It takes some getting used to but I sure do like the girls out of my way. Maybe try without the cookies? It looks like you would fill the cup without them. The bra does look great on you! You fit it well.

    • 2

      I love the color! While EM's beige bras are fine on my natural skin tone, I discovered that they are too light for my summer skin tone. The S isn't my favorite for every day wear because of how crazy huge it makes my boobs look (not my favorite look for work), but I may have to invest in this one! I wish EM made more bras in this color.

    • 2

      klilly3 Having had this bra in a 65FF and currently a 65G, I'm going to say it varies with size. I don't get the same effect as I do in this 65GG. It's hard to explain, but its as if the inner lower portion of the cup isn't projected enough and along in gore it gives an "east-west" separation where as the outer cup then brings the breast back in giving some cleavage. I get a nice rounded shape with my 65G and had high hopes for this, but it just doesn't work for me. Makes me feel like I've stuffed my bra with socks to get the shape lol.

      roxannelovesbras Thank you. I tried this without the cookies and the cup is just too large to fill.

      LadyInBlue I also love this color and wish they had more available in it. Especially if they had a SM in this color. I find most "nude" bras to be way too light and this works great even when I have a bit of a tan.

    • 1

      I agree with you that the inner lower quadrant of the cups is unusually flat and shallow. It creates a super high, half globe "mound" of boob above the edge of the cup but does look odd and angular from the apex down. Maybe you can wear it with tops that are low cut but very loose and flowing?

    • wendybien I totally agree with your description of how this bra is shaped. The pictures really don't do the oddness justice lol. I think this is just a miss for me. I've had some really good luck with Comexim as their cups fully contain my breast and provide a nice round shape. In the past I've always had awesome luck with Ewa bras. I think I've just outgrown the Ewa round-zone and just not ready to venture into torpedo-town.

    • 1

      It's such a headache adjusting to the changes when boobs get bigger or smaller. I hope you can find a new bra comfort zone!

    • I think you look terrific in this bra, sorry it didn't meet your needs. I am thinking about making my first EM purchase and hope I look half as good. : )

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  4. 2
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    65F

    Didn't fit

    I've been searching for a nude t shirt bra for some time now and I thought this would be perfect, unfortunately it doesn't fit as well as my normal EM 65f. The cup seems to be shorter then normal so it's cutting into my breast causing the dreaded quad boob :/ I tried taking the pads out to see if it would help but the top of the cup is just hitting me in the wrong spot..I need just 1/4" more coverage at the top. Other then that it's the typical EM S style with amazing uplift and cleavage. The band in this one runs firm which I love for my 26.75" rib cage and the wires are perfect. The fabric is a slick slightly shiny dark nude color that seems very sturdy and the cute pearl accent on the gore gives it some interest for a pretty plain bra. I am debating a 65ff to fix my fit issues.

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    Updated on Jun 15, 2015 Flag this


    • If you decide to list this, I have a 65FF Ewa Michalak Rhapsodia that I would love to swap with you if you're interested! You can see the details on my listings if so :)

    • Thank you for offering but I have that one already :) I think I have most of the current EMs...they're hard to resist.

    • No problem... I totally understand ;)

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  5. 1
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    70K

    Didn't fit

    My first try with Ewa and I loved the basic shape and style, but now know this style (particularly in this size!) is definitely not for me. Additionally, there were quality issues that will make me cautious about ordering in the future.

    There were some notable flaws with this bra that would have prevented me from keeping it even if it were a perfect fit. The wires were bent in different shapes. The left side wire-to-wire cup width was 7.5" while the right side was 6.5. The gore didn't lay flat and the wires jutted into my breast in a "defective" way, so ... I can't say if the wires would have been comfortable had they not been shaped so oddly.
    I got this bra on ebay from a woman who had gotten it directly from Ewa Michalak but almost a year ago. She was gracious in accepting the return (I wouldn't have wanted to try to sell or exchange it here and pass on the problems, the wires could not be bent back easily and the gore issue wouldn't have been resolved even if they could have been). The seller's listing described the cups in the this bra as "small for the brand and fitting more like a 70J or 70JJ" which is why I ordered it - I'm not a 70K in recommendations but have been recommended S cuts by bratabase in 70J and 70JJ. Looking at how gigantic the fit here was, even WITH the cookies in, I find it hard to believe a 70JJ or even 70J would fit any better! I hope people who have experience with EM can let me know if the measurements I got before I returned it are actually smaller than normal for the brand. I'd also be interested to hear about the band - the bra had 3 hooks and 4 (rather than standard 3) columns and I immediately put this on the last (smallest) hooks, and it still wasn't tight. The stretched band length was 33" easily (not "hard stretching") and if that kind of stretch is consistent in this brand I'd probably go for a 60 rather than a 65. It couldn't have been caused by being streatched with wear, the bra had tags attached and had never been worn. The major problem with the fit was the top of the cups - too wide and too tall - I measured straight up from the top of my breast to the edge of the cup (height measured 8.5" at center of wire) and I had 2 inches of height that was empty space. When I measured along the inner perimeter from where my boob stopped to the edge of the cup, I had 4-5" of extra depth! There was definitely room on the outsides of the cup too, so narrower wires probably would have made the cups fill up better. I think for my next EM attempt I'll try 65HH in a CHP... or maybe 65J?

    I wasn't wild about the bland color and decoration in person, and the design was a bit bulkier than I prefer, but an appropriate size wouldn't have been as overwhelming gigantic and the sturdy support and flattering shape I got a hint of will outweigh the size and quality problems and I'll definitely be trying again. I'm certain now that I need at least a 30/65 band, since every 32 band I've tried has been loose even on the smallest hooks, so that's one bra fitting issue solved at least! (Although I'd like to try comexim but their sizing system in bands and cups seems completely nonsensical! Advice?) The advice I'm giving myself is to buy from places I can easily return to until I get my sizes and cuts figured out better!

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    S Orzechowa Pralinka (711)

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    nude colorway

    This bra's measurements have been altered
    Came with cups in two different shapes, averaged for measurements since bratabase won't allow a blank. L was 7.5 and R was 6.5, wires overlapped at gore.

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    Updated on Sep 20, 2016 Flag this


    • As a rule, I've found that *most* Ewas run true to size or a smidge tighter. I've never ever had an issue with the wires: I wonder if that's something the seller did for some reason trying to make it fit better. Otherwise it's odd she wouldn't say something about it.

    • That band length is oddly excessive, not typical for a 70/32 in most brands. EM, while a bit inconsistent, usually runs smaller instead of larger than average (which this is). Funny... this is the second bra in as many days that I've commented on that was weirdly large in the band! Maybe it's the wrong phase of the moon for bra bands.

    • Depth looks like 70jj to me. If it was used 33" is pretty reasonable, new the band's are usually 31-32" in my experience. I had an S have different cup widths by .5", so I guess the same person made this bra lol

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  6. 1
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    70HH

    Didn't fit

    It's a really good basic bra, and I absolutely love the shape this bra gives, but 70HH for my usual 30HH UK size was one size too loose in the band and 1-2 cup sizes too small in the cups. I wear it without pads and I have massive quadboobing if I scoop and swoop and slight quadding if I don't.

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  7. This makes a great everyday bra! It gives great cleavage and the seams don't show thru most shirts. It's a mid-toned or slightly tan nude, but still works ok for my pale self. The band is slightly tighter than other S's, especially recent ones. The cups are also a little bit wider and smaller; I usually have to wear S bras with the cookies but this one I don't.

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  8. Love it!!! After originally getting the 65G and feeling uncomfortable with the stiff, tight band, I went up to the 70FF and am so happy. This bra basically looks like it was made for me. Wife thinks this bra makes me look like I have android boobs because the fit is so inhumanly good (also because it's flesh-colored and shiny, I guess). Gore tacks, smooth unbroken line from bra to boob -- so, so rare for me with my soft tissue.

    Materials:
    45% polyamide
    30% polyester
    20% cotton
    5% elastane

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    Updated on Oct 27, 2015 Flag this


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    65G

    Didn't fit

    Perfect cups for me (soft tissue, narrow root, close set). The band is uncomfortably tight/firm, though 65 worked for me out of the box in some other Ewa colorways; if you're between band sizes, sister size up.

    This seems like a really useful and great bra, so I'm planning to get this in a 32FF (band up/cup down sister size). Smooth and nude-colored, this is a perfect T-shirt bra. This has been a serious gap in my bra-drobe.

    Materials: 30% polyester, 20% cotton, 5% elastane, 45% something I can't see because the label is sewn in. Polyamide?

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    Updated on Oct 03, 2015 Flag this


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  10. 1
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    70JJ

    Didn't fit

    I am a HUGE fan of medium-tone beige bras, as there don't seem to be many on the market. I have very cool, pink-toned skin, so beige bras with a yellow undertone clash and make me look washed-out. These yellow-toned "nudes" also don't really disappear under thin or light clothing for me because of the contrast with my skin tone, especially in the summertime when I have a bit of a tan, as I do now. I was actually quite happy with the color of my 70J - Ewa Michalak » S Karmelki (540) and 70J - Ewa Michalak » S Rarytas (595) ... , but both of these bras had a shiny ribbon along the cups that created contrast. The body of the cups themselves was invisible under clothing; however, that shiny ribbon was more obvious than if I had worn a black bra under a white t-shirt. The color of my 70J - Ewa Michalak » Chp Marcepan (514) is absolutely perfect, but the lace along the edge is white, bulky and created contrast as well (you will see I later removed it.) I was very happy to finally see a medium-toned beige bra without ornamentation that could be used as a true nude for me. Yes, I know I am very fussy about "nude" colored bras!

    When I saw the Ewa Michalak S Orzechowa Pralinka released, I immediately emailed to ask if it could be custom made into different cuts. I wanted this bra in every cut available. Unfortunately, I was told that it was only to be available as the S cut. Since that was the case, I decided to order 2 different sizes since I am right on the edge of where the cup construction changes. EM's bras in 70J and below (and sister sizes) are made with 3-part construction; bras in 70JJ and above (and sister sizes) are made with 4-part construction. I was hoping to use the 3-part 70J when I wanted to show a bit more cleavage and the 4-part 70JJ when I wanted more coverage and a rounded shape.

    The appearance of the bra itself is quite simple but elegant. I also own Ewa Michalak Sm Cynamon (517) and compared it to this one. The material of the band and the straps is the EXACT same materials from the Cynamon. The cups seem to be made of a neutral colored foam that is covered in a translucent mesh fabric, which you should be able to see in some of my pictures. I wish the cups were covered with the same fabric as the band, but oh well. The mesh fabric doesn't seem as luxurious as some of their usual fabrics, which I guess the lower price point reflects (149 PLN instead of the 179-199 PLN that has become the norm for her padded bras.) The main difference in the 70J and 70JJ, besides the obvious 3 and 4-part cup construction, is that the 70J only has 2 hooks whereas the 70JJ has 3.

    As far as the fit, I really didn't see much difference in cup depth between the 70J and 70JJ. Sure, the fit and shape is different because the cups are constructed differently, but the cup depth is nearly identical. I was hoping to have a larger bra to turn to when I need it, but it seems I would need to size up another cup (70K) to get a noticeable difference. Also, the gores on S bras never really truly tack on me due to my close-set breasts, but it's never a comfort issue. I am absolutely fine with a "soft tack" and sometimes mark my bras as fitting even when they don't truly tack.


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