I bought this bra New with Defect on eBay, and the alleged defect isn't even visible, so that's a win. Less of a win is how it fits. I bought this bra because I could tell from the way my old 30GG bras were fitting that I had shrunk a bit. I went for a 30G, and possibly I should have gone for a 28GG instead. The band of the Deco Delight is firm, but I would be getting a bit more support from a smaller band size. The trouble is the cups. I have the slightest bit of quadboob on the inside cleavage area (the breast tissue ... squishes out a bit between the gore and the top of the cups). I think this is just a shape mismatch. The gore is also too wide for me, so it floats and cuts into my breasts by several millimeters on each side. I'm hopeful that if I lose a bit more weight, my breasts will get a bit smaller and this Deco Delight (or a 28GG model) will fit better.
Fit issues aside, the Deco Delight in the Denim colorway is a very handsome bra. The fabric of the cups has a faux heathered effect that doesn't really look like denim, but is still very cute. There is lace trim on the gore and sides of the cups in a powder blue shade. There is also a hook built into the bra straps in back so that you can convert the bra to a racerback. I haven't been able to hook it on my own, but it's easy for another person to hook for you. I find that when it's hooked the bra cuts into the flesh under my arms in a way that goes from simply uncomfortable to outright painful over the course of a day. However, this may be another sign that the Deco Delight is simply a shape mismatch for me. Additionally, it's worth mentioning that the hooks on the straps will catch on certain clothes -- if I wear a sweater with a loose weave, for example, the larger hook will stick out through the holes in the sweater. I haven't had anything snag yet, but it potentially could. I wouldn't wear this bra with a delicate or valuable fabric top, unless I had the hooks engaged racerback style, because the risk of snags is so high.
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Updated on Jul 11, 2016 Flag this