Expectedly, not at all a good fit on my projected, pendulous, asymmetric boobs, but passable enough to make the few dresses I need a strapless for wearable. It's super shallow at the bottom-- no way I can get it in my IMF, and I get that tell-tale too-shallow rib pain within a few minutes of putting it on. I do love the low gore because I find so many other full-busted strapless bras are too full coverage to wear with most necklines. It does provide a round, minimized shape that looks nice beneath clothes. Sigh. Strapless bras and I just can't get along, it seems!
This bra doesn't fit me. I have it in three cup size bigger than is my usual size because smaller size makes me a quadboobing. I didn't realise that bigger cups aren't a solution. Problem is that this cut doesn't fit me, cups are too close on top and I need open because I have tall roots. Because of the wrong size it's really uncomfortable to me. I would like to sell it and I'm going to add it as a listing.
I think I am between cup sizes again, but I don't have a GG to compare it to, so I can't say for certain. This bra is a little incompatible with my shape, which is full in the centre, so I spill out a little bit/get some quadboob at times. Cups are quite shallow. Definitely minimizes. Not unwearable by any means.
I didn't think it was possible to have cleavage in a strapless bra until I put on the Toffi. What is this sorcery? Every strapless bra I've tried up until this point has been varying degrees of sadly hilarious failure, with the exception of the Freya Deco Strapless (4233). However, the Deco can't do to my boobs what this bra does: conjure up cleavage. It *almost* goes there, but still keeps my boobs too separate.
For a nude/beige bra, the Toffi is not boring. It spices things up with some lace trim at the tops of the cups. The cups themselves are quite rigid with some ...sort of molded foam material. The foam is not thick, however. The cups are also shallower than I expected. They are a touch too shallow in that they cut into my breast tissue. However, I am willing to make slight quadboob sacrifices in the name of cleavage.
The Toffi is actually quite comfortable. It has a short gore, which I was worried would stab me in the middle, but so far this is not the case. The band is firm, firmer than the 65G Chps I have. All in all, I am quite pleased to have a strapless bra that doesn't mash my boobs or make it look like my chest is trying to eat the bra. Read more 116 more words
This is a fantastic strapless bra. I had my doubts at first: the bra is pretty low-cut, and I'd never had a strapless bra that worked. One day, I decided to wear it while taking pictures of shirts I was going to sell, and discovered that it didn't budge ONCE even through trying on so many old shirts. I wore it for the rest of the night and found that not only did it stay in place perfectly, it was really comfortable (something I was worried about since the band in lined with a clear, rubbery material to help it stay put) and gave a great shape in ...my opinion. I'd almost wear it just as a normal t-shirt bra. I'd say it's a bit more shallow than the other Ewa I've tried, but I didn't find the wires to be particularly wide. I'd say it's maybe closer to an HP shape than any other shape. Another thing I loved (and what convinced me to buy it) is the lace detailing on the cups: I cannot stand nude bras sometimes (even though I know they're a wardrobe staple), and the lace added a very charming, subtle, unique touch.
Two notes about the fit: Since EM 28 bands are non-returnable custom order, I decided to try a 30 first to determine my cup size. The 30 ended up fitting fine on my 28" underbust, as it came up pretty tight--if you're in between band sizes, I'd definitely suggest picking the larger band size. The cups also seemed to run about 1.5 sizes small, but this may be due to one of these reasons:
-My breasts are full-on-top, and the bra was pretty low-cut, so I needed the coverage from the larger cup size.
-Slightly related to the last reason: the bottom of the cup is very shallow, and the material in the cups is very stiff, so I could NOT get my boobs to fill the bottom not matter what. It doesn't seem to affect its ability to stay in place or give great shape; in fact it almost seems like this was done on purpose because I have yet to see anyone fill in the bottom, yet it still looks great on those people.
-This may just be the way Ewa bras are sized. The other Ewa I tried (a CH lato) also seemed to be about 1.5 sizes small.
Anyway, overall I found this bra to be pretty awesome, I'm always recommending it! Read more 301 more words
So after trying this one on a few times, I think I need to exchange it for either a 60GG or 60H. I haven't decided yet because of monthly fluctuations in size. Basically, the bra was too loose for me. It would fall down and dig into my ribs unless I wore it on the tightest hook. I found myself having to arrange myself in the cups and it seemed like it sometimes fit, while other times, I was spilling over.
On a positive note, the cups are made of a very stiff material that actually supported the weight of my breasts (unlike the Deco Strapless, where the bottom of the cup folded over after use). It also looks fantastic in profile.