I was finally able to measure and review this Ewa Michalak bra that I got from WildWolff a few weeks ago. This pink SM Malinowa Mgielka bra is sized 65FF. Despite having more than one prior owner, this bra was well cared for reflected by the very nice condition it came in. The bra is see through pink mesh, with darker pink lace trim and details. There are 4 rows of 2 Hooks in the back, and two little pink bows adorning the straps. I have not yet figured out my sizing in ewa, but the seller helped me out selling me this with ... another perfect fitting swim top. I think the band has stretched throughout its lifespan, because it measures longer laying flat and stretched out than prior measurments, but having more than 3 rows of Hooks helps to tighten it more which I like. When I first put it on I noticed my mid/upper back hurting, either because I had just been wearing an unsupportive VS bra, or because I needed to tighten it at the underbust. Which ever the case, that ache went away and did not return with future wears, which I am greatful for. I find this bra so beautiful, I would have been dissappinted if it wasn't comfortable or supportive enough! Fortunatly, I have been able to wear this bra and really love how it looks on me.
I am very short statured and short in the torso with narrow shoulders. I have an odd shaped rib cage and have postural problems and misalignments. My breast roots are fairly narrow, mostly centerful, somewhat FOB, close set when supported, somewhat soft tissue on top from weight loss and wear about a UK28G 30FF. The gore is low and the cups close set enough to be comfortable. The wires do not extend upwards too much at the gore and underarms and do not feel overly firm/harsh. The wires at the gore softly tack against my sternum. The wires sit perfectly under my IMF on one side, at one side but can slip a hair below on my other smaller side with a higher more narrow root. By the time my cycle came around I had some subtle quadding on the larger side but i was able to adjust things. My assymetry becomes very noticable in unlined/see through bras. But it's not enough to be a huge problem. The straps are close set enough but are almost too long. I did have to adjust them quite a bit. The cup height borders what I can tolerate (depending on the cut and style of the bra) but I am able to fill out the outer upper area enough. I really like this bra and want the black one. (Or maybe a similar black one) I debated getting on in 65F but I am going to look at similar bras and see what matches best. I love the designs of these bras, I don't sew much but it seems like there's both thoughtful aesthetic design and functional details that aid in properly supporting breasts. After ordering a different Ewa bra on a second hand site that was very dissappinting, getting these bras from WildWolff made my week. They also sold me a Comexim Swim Top and sent me bottoms and a Curvy Kate Bra. Out of them all the Comexim treasure Plunge fit best but all 3 fit better than a majority of my bras do. It's hard to find a perfect fit when my weight fluctuates my breasts seem to be the first part of my body to get the memo, but I am still excited to figure out how Ewa bras fit me and what size and styles work for me from this brand. This bra is gorgeous! If it would work for you, I recomend!
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