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What a comfortable, minimalistically cute everyday bra. I'm pleasantly surprised this full-cup doesn't give me quad-boob (my FOT breasts have acted that way with a few full cups). I enjoy the nice detailing at the bottom. I don't have a problem with the wide profile although some people do. A pleasure to wear.
Updated on Feb 08, 2016 Flag this
This was my first bra I bought after finding out my true size. I've grown out of it, but I'll tell you what I remember of it.
The band is tight for a 30, and worked well on me as I measure in between two sizes. I normally wear 28's as I feel they're more supportive and when I buy 30's I always take the band in. I didn't have to do that with the Rebecca.
The cups are made of light, stretchy padding. It's soft and airy and thanks to the stretch I could still wear this well after settling in G cups. It's really more like an unpadded ... bra than, say, a Deco. The shape it gives is rounded and lifted, but not in an in-your-face kind of way.
It's a simple look, but the straps and band are adorned with small embroidered zig-zag squares. It's not something I'd wear for a date, but it's definitely a prettier version of the average everyday bra.
I would buy a new, larger cup size, but when trying this on in the shop I remember the 30G was too wide in the cups and I had some extra fabric flapping around the sides of my breasts.
Updated on Jun 04, 2014 Flag this
Such a comfortable bra. Full coverage cup.
Updated on Jul 06, 2016 Flag this
was too small for me, re-order in 30GG and that fit. Excellent quality bra otherwise.
Updated on Apr 24, 2015 Flag this
I really, really want to like this bra! So far, I've tried the Rebecca in size 32F and in 30FF, and both seem to have fit issues for me. I own the Fantasie Kathryn in 30FF, so was hoping this bra would feel as comfortable -- just with a molded cup! The 30FF in nude is everything I want in a basic nude bra, as far as looks and cups go. Unfortunately (and this is just a personal preference of mine), I feel like the band is tighter than I want it to be -- I get more resistance than usual against my ribs when I take a ... deep breath. And this nude version actually has more stretch to the band than the black version I just purchased! I also feel as though the cup on my right side digs in under my arm a little -- I would say that the wire could be too long on this side (my right is my smaller breast), but the wire doesn't even extend that far in the wire channels. It's more like the wire ends too early in the channel, and so the channel bends inward towards my armpit, digging into my skin. I'm so disappointed! I'm wondering if the Rebecca is just not for me, but I might try a few more sizes before deciding, because I want it to work for me so badly.
Updated on Aug 22, 2014 Flag this
I like this bra a lot -- the shape it gives is nice. However, I think the band might be a bit too tight for me. I thought it fit well (and I still think that the cups do!), but after wearing the bra all day, the band felt uncomfortably tight, and I had red welts on my skin when I took the bra off which took about a half hour to an hour to disappear.
Updated on Aug 22, 2014 Flag this
Although this to some extend feels like a "granny bra" with its very full-coverage design and nude colour, it is a very comfortable bra! It's great for when you don't want any seams showing and plan on having a relaxed t-shirt bra sort of day. The wires tend to be a bit wider than the Cleo Lucy or Lily and I have a tad bit of extra room there. It also flattens me a tiny bit - I could use a little more projection. The cup is sitting just on the lower end of what cup depths work for me, but unfortunately it's not enough when spread out across the wire length.
Updated on Jun 08, 2014 Flag this
Was slightly too wide for my shape
Updated on May 30, 2014 Flag this
This will be my first padded/moulded cup ever. I was actually at Nordstrom trying on the Freya Deco and lamenting that it didn't conform to my breasts like a soft cup and one of the store clerks brought me this one (she was just trying to find any and all bras they had around 30FF/30G. I feel like this is a wonderful compromise between conforming to my breasts and having a little padding. And the color is pretty wonderful as well.
As far as fit is concerned, the only less-than-perfect thing I've noticed is that on deep inhales, there is a slight quadboob effect. This most likely is ... caused by the fact that I am a little full on top. Additionally, I'm typically a 28G, so I'd wager that these tend to run small in the band (although not super small). This fits pretty well to begin with on the loosest hooks, but we'll see if I have to tighten it as things continue.
All in all, I'm very pleased with this bra (and pleased that I got to try it on before buying it!).
Note: I do find that I either looker bigger or just wider in this bra than in a soft cup bra. That's certainly not ideal, but I don't thiiiink it will be a deal breaker. We'll see.
Updated on Apr 04, 2014 Flag this
Very comfortable, and good for women who have established breastfeeding and HATE nursing bras, like me. The stretchy fabric allows for breast size change during the day, and make it possible for you to move your breast in and out for a feeding. Unfortunately, the stretchiness can be a bad thing, since it stretches with wear and needs to be washed to regain its shape. But for comfort, it is excellent.
Also perfect for girls with narrow shoulders, it's the first non-convertible bra I've had that doesn't fall off my shoulders.
The only downside is that the stretchy cups don't provide the structure and cleavage that I usually expect from a bra, giving me a wide-set and matronly appearance. However, compared to nursing bras, it wins hands down. I'll have to wait to quit breastfeeding to wear my sexy bras again.
Thanks to Erica from A Sophisticated Pair for fitting me with this bra!
Updated on Feb 26, 2014 Flag this
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