First of all, my crappy iPhone pics do not do this bra (or my breasts in it) justice. Maybe I will try to shoot some better ones later.
Let me tell you about the Savannah. When I first put it on, I said to myself "Finally, a non-padded bra where I like the shape of my boobs! Wow!" It lifts and it brings things forward without the pointy east-west tits of doom! So it IS possible.
Is the Savannah comfortable? Hell, yes! At least, for me it is. Nothing feels weird or pinched. The gore seems to come up high, but not as high as some full coverage ... bras. And it feels so supportive. I'm a noob to these things, so maybe it's all in the band, or the way the cups are shaped. The side fabric kind of scoots tissue along, bringing me front and center. I have the same experience I do with this band that I do in most of my Freyas, in that it seems stretchy and I'm not using the outermost hooks. Or maybe it's not stretchy at all and, again, maybe it is time for me to go down a band size. :/
The color is a subtle in silvery pink shades with lovely embroidery accenting the tops of the cups. It is not so overwrought that I couldn't wear it under a t-shirt or something. I think it would make a fine everyday bra.
I got the Savannah around the same time that I got a Freya Lyla, and I've got to say when I compare the two, the Savannah comes out on top, just for the shaping factor alone.
However I would like to try the Savannah -- or another Fantasie "side support" model in a 30G, or if they make them, a 28GG to see how that fit compares. The cups, while comfortable, seem a little tight. I probably won't be able to wear it in the middle of my cycle.
In conclusion: I want all the side support bras. ALL OF THEM.
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Updated on Mar 01, 2013 Flag this