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This bra is beautiful, and I love the little button accents! I wore it all day today and for the most part it was very comforable. But after several hours, I did notice that the gore started to really dig into my skin. I found myself pushing the gore away from my skin several times. When I took it off at the end of the day, I was surprised that the marks on my skin weren't worse based on the discomfort. I think if I can bend the gore out a bit, this bra will be perfect. It's very light weight and if I can fix the gore, it will be a perfect summer bra!
Updated on May 21, 2015 Flag this
Me: Narrow roots, narrow shoulders, evenly round, lots of immediate projection, slightly FoB, slightly centre full, never met a gore I didn't like, left-heavey by more than a cup size, 31" underbust, but prefer tight band with extender. Panache, Freya size 30GG
The buttons and ribbons take a bit of getting used to.
I guess I really do need the H cup!
This style is forgiving to centre fullness and doesn't strictly quad, but it is a bit small. The cup bunches up on the lower outside as if pushed wide by my larger side.
The SM is very different from the BM. It does not have as much immediate projection. It is really a plunge. The straps are narrower on the GG than the H. This band is particularly loose for EM. The wires seem very soft for EMs too.
Updated on Nov 01, 2016 Flag this
Well, at this point I am certain this bra was manufactured incorrectly. Based on my own experience with it vs. other Ewa models, as well as what the review and measurements I'm reading for the next cup size up (65H).
So far in all of my Ewa bras, 65GG has been the best size. Until this one. This one is a bit too small, but not horribly so, and not small enough to cause quadboob.
The oddness starts with the fact that it's a 65GG with only 3 hooks! None of my other EM bras have less than 3 hooks (and my Gazeta has 4). Of course that confuses ... bratabase because it should come with 3. If there were a 65G 1/2, that would be more accurate for the size. I definitely quadboob out of 30Gs of all other models in that size I've tried on recently (which has been a few since I added some here), but this one is not quite that bad.
So anyway, it's weird. There's another person selling her 65H, which actually has less cup width than my 65GG, which also makes no sense. I think that something is just way off with the manufacturing of this particular bra. I'd measured the depth to be 10.0," and got the notification that my cup depth was too big. So I measured again, and it's really 10.3," which is apparently bigger than other 65GGs of this model have been. My Rokoko for example, in the same size, has a cup depth of 10," so I'm not sure why it would tell me the 10" I originally marked it was wrong-unless I'm right about the manufacturing issues.
All that said, I absolutely love this bra. It's very pretty. I find the lace to be nice, though not as soft as the lace of my Andorra. I have washed it, but haven't worn it much since the band is a little tighter than my usual 65s from her are. I plan to wear it with an extender for now (really, I only need a few more centimeters for it to be perfect) I think, but I'm in the process of losing weight again, so it should fit perfectly soon. Or at least I hope.
Anyway, would I buy this bra again? Probably not. I thought about selling it and buying the 65H that's available (and, annoyingly, custom now), but the measurements and cup seem wonky on it, too. So probably will keep this one. It's sexy and my husband loves it, so that's a plus too.
All of this definitely concerns me for future orders from her. I have one in right now as part of a small group, and I'm worried that the 65GG will be too small. I guess I'll find out in probably a month or so (manufacturing of one of them is going to take 2 extra weeks. Sigh). I'm excited and worried for it now.
Updated on Jun 20, 2014 Flag this
Very pretty bra. The band is silky and stretchy. It is more stretchy than the mesh material that the Margot is made from.
Updated on May 16, 2014 Flag this
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