This bra is totally the wrong shape and size for me, but it is so very comfortable that I am keeping it! It is one of those bras that I want to wear all the time because it feels so comfortable. It gives a nice rounded shape that doesn't show under clothes. It makes your bust look 1-2 cup sizes larger, so that can be a good or bad thing depending on what you want! This bra is best suited for someone with inner fullness and more shallow. I am more projected so my boobs push the bra away from my body a ...bit but the gore still tacks. The straps and band are also comfortable. I just discovered I have a v-shaped back so I think Freyas are best suited for this type of ribcage and that could be why it is so comfortable for me. The material of the cups are smooth and soft so nice to wear. I just wish this would come in a 28FF with narrower wires (4.5-5.0") so I could get it in my proper size. Read more 84 more words
I sized down in the band for this bra, and found that was a good decision. I bought this used but it still fits my 30" underbust tightly - I often use an extender. Won't work well for people who need a band smaller than 28 though..
This bra gaps less than other Decos I've tried, but where it gapes by the gore is horrible. I can swoop and scoop and still be gaping by the gore while I'm slightly quadding otherwise. I guess having more center fullness would help.
This is a sturdy bra for wearing under sheer or white tops. I wear it regularly and love the extra volume that comes with the padded cups.
My 30F is too tight for me but I comfortably wear it with an extender. I sized down from 32E because the 32 band I tried was super stretchy - I could fit my whole hand under it. This one seems like it's from different fabric (or fewer people have tried it on!) because the band stretches way less.
The half-cup height functions as full-coverage for me. The gore is a little stabby. The cups aren't too wide for my narrow boobs, and the wires don't move too far out of my IMF. My breasts do push it down a little over the day, but it's still comfortable.
With a recent boob loss and cup size change, I found myself in the new range of 30D (ish). To my excitement, I discovered I finally had boobs that could fit into the Deco half cup. Yay, cleavage!
With the non-removable push-up padding inside the cups, I decided to try a 30DD, and lo and behold, it fits pretty well. It's only slightly too big for my smaller/softer boob, and leaves a small gap in the cup near the gore, unless I stand up very straight and proper. It fits my larger breast well, and the padding gives a nice 'oomph' that I very rarely get these days.
The band ...is only a little too loose and slides around even on the tightest hooks, but it's not bothersome in the least. I would prefer a 28 band if they existed, but alas, such is the curse of the small-boobed.
It's comfortable enough, the beige colour works well on my ghostly pale skin, it makes my breasts look good. It's not a miracle bra, nor is it something I could wear all day and never notice, but it's good enough. I give it four boobs out of five. Read more 86 more words
I tried this bra on again today to give it another chance. I initially had thought the bit of gaping near the gore was much worse than it is, its mostly on the smaller side. I think the gore comes up a bit to high for me at least with the spacing it has and that may be contributing the gaping. There is also some weird bulge between the band and the and it doesn't go away with an extender or with tightening the band. The fit isn't bad but a 30E might work better, either that or this style isn't for me.
The deco half cup is a great solution if you have gaping in the deco plunge . This bra is wide and more shallow than the deco plunge .
Pros: no gaping at top of cup more open at top for full on top or tall roots nice cleavage very comfortable even in too small size Cons: sizing not available past "f" cups sizing may run small in the cup