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The Freya Antoinette is comfortable and supportive and well constructed. No foam in this one, though the lower cup sections are lined with an extra layer of firm fabric. The inside seams are bound for more comfort (for you non-sewers, that means they're covered over with smooth strips of fabric). I wish they made this bra in pastel colors (I ordered nude), but even so, this bra is prettier than it looks in pictures, and the strap detailing is cute. A nice bra for when you want to feel like it's "just you" in there!
Note on fit: Band size is true but the cups run a bit small. If you measure between cup sizes, you might want to round up; you will definitely need to do so if your breasts are on the fuller/rounder side.
Purchased Spring 2010 from HerRoom.
Updated on Jul 21, 2011 Flag this
My husband thought this is a nice looking bra. It's the first I've had in a long time that seems to fit pretty well. I have a small wrinkle on the top of my smaller breast, but the bra fits great everywhere else. I wish it were prettier, but function is important as I restock my bras. Lost 30 lbs in the last year, so my size is considerably different.
No more wrinkle in the cup, but now I the diagonal seam across the cup gives a slight quad boob effect. However, this is still a really comfortable non-padded bra.
Updated on Jun 24, 2013 Flag this
I had this bra a while ago in a 28 back, however I found as the day wore on the band became increasingly painful to wear, so this time I went with a 30 back instead. Even though the band is quite stretchy it is definitely more comfortable to wear over long periods so I feel I made the right decision. This bra is kind of on the plain side I guess (I have it in the flesh tone), but it makes a great everyday bra. The lace trim at the top of the cups and the seams can be visible under some fabrics though.
Updated on Sep 09, 2012 Flag this
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Added on Jun 15, 2013