I was disappointed by Ewa Michalak's first attempt at a wireless bra. I'm comparing it to Kiss Me Deadly's wireless bras that also have exclusively vertical seams.
The rounder profile of the latter is almost as good as the profile I get from my wired bras. The Ewa bra seems like it has too much fabric for what it's doing. This may not be the case for people who don't have perky boobs. The band in my 65F - Ewa Michalak » Top Nina is what you would expect from a 30 band. It's not tight for an Ewa Michalak 65 (UK 30) ... band, but it's tight enough for me.
I find that the profile in the EM is somewhat flattened. The texture is bumpy because the ribbon covering the vertical seams is too thick and stiff. The ribbon is sewn to the softer materials at the wrong tension or something. The stiffer ribbon bunches up when worn. It drags the softer materials with it. Kiss Me Deadly wireless bras handle their vertical seams much more delicately.
My 65F Top Nina has 8 hooks and eyes. Getting it on takes a lot of effort for not much shaping. My boobs look better out of this bra than in it!
I should add that I am not in urgent need of boob support when I sleep, given my breast shape and texture (firm and perky). I think the Top Nina will be worth its price to those who appreciate the lifting action of this relatively strong wireless.
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