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Bras » Ewa Michalak » S Syrena (790) » 60G 28:9

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Fits ribcage66.0
B. perimeter27.9
Stretched Band73.2
Band Length55.1
Cup width14.0
Cup depth23.8
Wire length24.2
Cup height16.1
Cup separation1.8
Gore height6.3
Wing height10.2
Strap width1.8

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  1. 2


    I love the aesthetics of the Serena (AKA the mermaid bra). The combination of deep green and navy blue, mesh lace overlay, eyelash lace, ruched straps... so pretty! I'm not so sure about the magenta bows, though. This fits like a typical 60G in the cups. I've gained a bit of weight, so I have slight quadding on my larger side, but still a pretty good fit. And I have every intention of losing 5 lbs LOL. I do find the band to be super stretchy and fit more like a 65 than a 60. Even on the tightest hooks, it is a little too loose, so I will probably take it in a little.

    Updated on Feb 06, 2019 Flag this

    • Do you find that the S has a higher apex? Does it work with short roots? It looks really good on you... I always liked this bra.

    • Thanks, Wilderness1. I don't find the apex to be too tall. Here are some apex measurements for 3 of my 60G Ewas:
      S Serena: 6"
      Pl Onyx: 6.25"
      Chp Myszka: 5.9"

      And for comparison, some Comexims:
      Gilda Halfcup (60L): 7.2
      Carmen Plunge (60J): 7.3

    • Wilderness1 in my opinion, it’s good for short roots because it closes off pretty quickly. That was my experience with my 70E S Szykus, at least.

    • I agree with Calluna. S bras are made especially for soft tissue and work well with short roots. I find their plunges work great for short roots, too. Actually, all the Ewa bras I've tried work with my short roots, even Chs and Chps. Their bras are magical.

    • Sonya Thanks for measuring those and giving more info, it's interesting to see the differences between your EM and Comexims. Calluna Thanks for the feedback about the S cut. I might give one a try sometime.

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  2. 0

    Didn't fit

    My Stats: FOB, projected, close set, firm and dense tissue.
    Size: Normally 28FF, got this in a 28G (sized up because it's padded)

    Bra Stats
    Appearance: balconette green bra with navy lace overlay and purple bows (I removed the bows because I hated bows at the time)

    Cups: deep projected cups with narrow wires. The cups are tall for my FOB shape and ended up sliding down to get a better fit

    Band: firm band, good support

    Gore: gore is of mid height and tacks

    Straps: wide-set

    Shape Under Clothing: round shape, I feel a bit self conscious when wearing this under a thin shirt because I feel my boobs stick out quite a bit and are kind of in your face

    Updated on Sep 05, 2019 Flag this

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  3. 0

    Used to fit

    This is my first S style bra, and honestly, I think it's my least favourite cut so far. The band on mine is a true 28, which means I wear it on the tightest hook already. The gore doesn't fully tack for me, as I have dense, fairly self-supporting breasts that fight back. The cup volume is correct, but because the band is too loose it gapes a tiny bit throughout the day. The cups are slightly more closed on top in this size range than larger sizes. The straps are a little wide-set, so they require semi-frequent adjustments, but I don't think I've known any different, so it doesn't particularly bother me. I also have sloping shoulders, so it's a problem I'll always have. Other than these fit issues, it's a stunning bra made of very high quality materials.

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on Feb 01, 2016 Flag this

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