This is a gorgeous golden beige bra with full coverage cups. Size is 70G. Construction is of very high quality. Lower cup is a shiny fabric with 3 sections; 2 vertical seams. The top, horizontal section is a stretch net. I absolutely love this bra, and it would be a perfect every day bra, but it is obviously too big for me. The band is too long and the cups are too big. I'm already on the tigthest hook.MamaPaganLeProfessor advice as to what size I should order? I am thinking I should go down the equivalent of 2 cup sizes in unpadded and 1 cup size in padded. I also have a 65G PL Chalet...I'll load photos of both for reference.
After going on a crazy Ewa spending spree, I realized that I don't have a beige bra to wear under white shirts! I ordered this one from Levana Bratique; it came very quickly, which was awesome. (Ordered it on a Thursday and it came the following Monday, through USPS first class. I was pretty impressed!) Unfortunately, though it fits in the band and the gore, just like the other SF styles I have, the top of the cup didn't lay flat on my chest. I had a feeling the double layer of tulle would do that, but I wanted to test it out, just in case. I'm going ...to return this for a different BM or SF style in a beige color (probably the Apricot, since I have pale skin) with the stretch lace tops, since I have a lot of success with those styles. Other than my personal fit issues, the bra is quite lovely! It's a plain, elegant sort of beige bra, with little button details on the top of the straps and on the gore. It's well made, like all Ewa bras, and quite comfortable. I don't know if the tulle fabric along the top edge of the cup is what makes it so, but the cups seems slightly bigger. (I had gaping at the top.) Read more 110 more words
I am keeping this bra (for now) because it works. I love Ewa bras. The cups are a little too wide and a little too big (can't quite fill either side). On my smaller side, the strap is cinched as short as it will go and it's ok. A 70FF might be worth a try.