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  1. 13
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    28DD

    Didn't fit

    The Her Room "Fitter's Comments" said that this bra's band runs large (and it does), and their advice was to go down a band size and up a cup size. On the other hand, Breakout Bras said to go down a band size but keep the cup size the same, and I think theirs is the correct way.

    I followed the Her Room guidelines, and ordered a 28DD... then had to return it. The stiff cups were too tall and came up too high, and so with the slightest movement, the upper rim of the cup would stand out and show under my shirt... Not ... a good look. Gave amazing push-up and cleavage though. The 28D probably would fit, but I'm already backed up on exchanges as it is, so I just returned it. Too bad!

    Purchased early 2010 from Breakout Bras.

    Please see also my other review of this bra: http://www.bratabase.com/browse/freya/lydia-4404/28D/

    *** UPDATE ***
    For a promising alternative to the Deco, for women whose shape is not compatible with it, try the new Cleo Neve Plunge T-shirt Bra (7196) ! I have reviews for it here: 32D - Cleo » Neve Plunge T-shirt Bra (7196) and here: 30D - Cleo » Neve Plunge T-shirt Bra (7196)

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    28DD

    Didn't fit

    I am used to push-up style bras. I do not have much mass at the top of my breasts, and if I don't have any padding, the bottom of the cups wrinkle (they can be pushed in and flattened and it is obvious there is no breast in the bottom of the cups). My breasts don't fill out the bottoms of most non-padded bras. This style does not have push-up padding in the cup bottoms but was said to give nice cleavage anyway, which it does without pushing you up high.

    I needed a seamless, cream-colored bra that wouldn't be obvious under my clothing (you know how thin ... everything is these days). When I bought this style in a 28E, there were obvious problems: the cups wrinkled/gaped at the bottom, especially on my smaller boob's cup; the top of the cups would gape open if I moved my arms up and around; and, oddly, the band seemed to slide up in the front, I think because the cup bottoms were not weighed down by any breast tissue, so they crept upward to find some!

    I thought a cup size down may be the correct fit and purchased a 28DD. This size is great. I still don't entirely fill out the bottom of the cups but there is no visible wrinkling or flattening. The top of the cups are fine if I keep the straps super tight, but that leaves red marks on my shoulders and gets irritating. After prolonged wear, I have noticed the bra still is not perfect for me. I think the cups are too narrow on bottom and also not filled, so the bra rides up and makes gaps at the top. I think the side underwire could be higher and the cups a tad wider on top (covering more toward the armpit), but that is the case with most bras.

    In general, the Freya Deco Moulded Plunge bra gives nice cleavage but (at least with the sizes I tried and from what most of the model photos show) the cups cover a lot of boob so you can't show the cleavage in an average low-cut top without the bra showing. The straps are very wide (5/8 inches) and this is annoying because they absolutely don't need to be so thick (especially on petite people such as myself) and it makes most of my clothes incompatible with this bra. On the bright side, the straps are super adjustable and not hard or itchy.

    I personally would have liked a little padding in the bottom, but otherwise it is a nice, cushioned, very rounded cup that is thick enough to keep you from distracting people on cold days, if you know what I mean. Good for under t-shirts and other smooth tops.

    The band is not very stretchy, which I like. Very tight! There are three sets of two hooks on my bra.

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  3. This bra runs big in the band. With such a stretchy band, you might want to consider going down a band/up a cup to make sure your bra will last a long time. Or, if you're not bad at sewing (or have a good seamstress/know someone who's good at sewing), the side wings are the same height all the way to the place where the shoulder strap meets the wing at the back, so it'd not take much to alter it to fit after the bra stretches out to the point where it's no longer supportive.

    This is a great plunge neckline, good under v-necks, square necks, and scoop ... necks, though the very top corner might show on some very wide square-necked shirts. It's very comfortable as an all-day bra, and helps to keep everything lifted and separated (not out-to-the side, but not an ugly mashed-together look either).

    As a nursing mom, I'd say that unless your breasts are firm, you may find yourself falling out the center due to the style. Despite that, it's still a go-to bra for me, and one I'd recommend to anyone looking for a molded plunge. If you want something more interesting, they're putting out various prints and colors for this style all the time now, but the basic nude is a favorite for me!

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  4. 6
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    28F

    Didn't fit

    I hate the Freya Deco. This bra is so tall and shallow. It's ridiculous. Why is it so shallow? The straps are also super thick (which is hard to hide). But most of all it's just weirdly shaped. Oh and the band is soooo stretchy. This one stretches to 32 inches. Is there anyone in this size range that Deco actually works for? Is it just a me issue? I don't understand how something so innocent looking can be so evil.

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    • I sleep in my 28F Deco Honey. The cups give me megaquad, but the rest of the bra is really comfy for me. Can't wear it out of the house, though.

      I also have a 28G Deco with lots of unusable cup space on the sides. Its worked pretty well since I reduced the height of the outer cups and moved the strap in to stop its pit scraping habits.

      To complete the experiment, I bought a 28FF in Lagoon hoping it would solve the quad AND cup height problem. Instead it had both, so I traded it. I hope it worked for her.

    • 2

      I just don't understand who the pattern fits! Why is the Deco so popular as to have so many incarnations? Is it better at bigger sizes?

    • 3

      I have a private theory that it works well with implants. I may be wrong, though. Maybe wideset, cleavage resistant boobs also.

      But cup height is a problem for me in most bras in my cup size, so I can't really single out the Deco.

    • 2

      PetiteCollegiate

      It's cause it has tall cups and a lot of people have tall roots (including me). I love bras that can accommodate tall roots. In my size, it fits tall rooted, narrow rooted, close together spaced breasts and can accommodate people in the central part of the projection scale. If you're looking for a 28F bra specifically made for short roots, try the Cleo Lily.

    • Thank you Saskia_C! I've found unlined bras that work, I just want a seamless t-shirt bra that isn't ridiculous on me. I don't really think such a thing exists at the moment (Comexim the seams show through some things). I would like to try Cleo Lily, but it's a bit hard to find, and I think the gore would probably be painful on me.

    • 1

      Ironically, I traded my Deco for a Meg. A win all around!

      I wish the manufacturers could just say who a bra will work for instead of us having to find out the hard way.

      The real problem is that our size range isn't stocked, so cannot be tried on prior to purchase.

    • Yeah that would be so much nicer. Or if they could make multiple cuts of it. If Freya could cut a Deco like they cut their unlined plunges I'd buy it in a heartbeat, stretchy band and all. I just want a nude, seamless, t-shirt bra for work. Everything I have that fits shows through clothes.

    • 1

      I actually found the Deco works for me. But it's not perfect, at all. It could be much better, but it's the best fit I've come across. Imagine I'm quite on the tiny side, almost bony, and a chest that almost seems glued on my frame (thanks genetics). Most moulded bras were overwhelming and felt constricting. I just wanted a bra that doesn't flatten my boobs, brings them more forward so that when I move my arms I don't bump into them, and gives a good overall shape. The Deco does it - but not perfectly. It gaps. But it's the only one that doesn't spill when I take a deep breath. And it is tall indeed, it's limit on me. Were I any shorter it would not work at all.

      Anyways, hope it gives you an idea of who it would fit. I got it in 30E and I feel it kinda stretches out, so if you ever need to get rid of that 28F you're wearing (I only got black bras, would love nude), you can send me a message haha :)

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      I'd just like to see patterns used in more styles since we're all in so many shapes. I don't know why there aren't any UK manufacturers who do moulded bras for narrow/projected in a 28. I mean it can't be THAT rare or Polish bras wouldn't be so popular.

    • I can wear it well in 30FF, but then again I'm implanted. It doesn't tack but it still looks good. However, I've since broken up with Freya and have turned strictly to Polish bras now.

    • you guys are making me want to try polish bras now. have to learn the sizing though :o

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      Once you go polish you can't go back! There's nothing like it really.

    • Its totally worth taking the time to figure out sizing. I'm sure we can help you!

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      I do wonder why its apparently so tough to make molded bras for narrow/projected shapes. I keep looking at the Maddie and thinking "But its a Cleo...but I'll probably have to size up to a G and then it'll scrape my pits...but it's a Cleo...."

      Since Cleo has discontinued the 28 for several models (including the Lily/Erin) I suspect that they feel its not a very big part of the market.

      Regarding Polish bras, Comexim doesn't make a molded cup either (not sure about EM) and they have their own sizing problems. And had you heard of them before you came to this site? (I hadn't.)

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      I have a love/hate relationship with Deco in general. My Honey is a disaster. I seriously only keep it because of the color.. cups make me quad in the center, and they're too tall/round on top for me to ever fill.

      My Charm and Vibe fit better. Still have somewhat of an issue with Vibe's upper cups, but luckily the racerback option makes it less. Charm is much better..
      I totally agree that this would probably work best for implants acee

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      I heard about Comexim and Ewa Michalak through message boards on an implant site. There are no seamless bras through either company (unless you count EM's strapless), but even with my impants, Deco was never flawlessly perfect. You could always see the edge of the cup through a thin shirt, even on the original deco which didn't have edging. The Delight and Vibe models have horrible thick piped cup edges and frankly I would rather have seams than that anyway!

    • 1

      Just curious here (and you definitely don't have to answer), but with implants do you have to wear a bra? Or do they just sort of stay up?

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      ^^^ I always wondered that too. I'd like small implants, someday. I've never gone a day without a bra since I grew boobs. But if I could, I so would. :p

    • 2

      It mostly works for me. I have implants that make up about 60% of my breast volume. So I do have natural breast tissue that can conform to the bra cup. For a long time it was a staple in my bra wardrobe and my go to everyday bra. It worked well for me because of the narrower wires and it allowed for my projected center heavy breast. But since I've switched to EM I just can't get back into the Deco. I feel the original is very stiff and rigid, where as the other models like my yellow Deco are made of softer material and softer straps so I prefer them to the original. I wear them, but not nearly as much as my Ewa Michalak. By far the EMs fit me the best. Deco is like wearing a bulletproof chest plate. Lol

    • 4

      I think everyone is different but in general yes, you need to wear a bra with implants, to protect your investment. They still look very perky without a bra, but gravity will eventually take its toll. I was sagged pre-op and I definitely don't want to get back to that any time soon. I do hear of lots of ladies who were NOT sagged and are implanted who go braless quite a bit though so I'm sure it depends on individual circumstance.

    • 2

      For me, I wear a really good underwire bra. I've seen where some people have an issue with their implants bottoming out and it's surgery to fix it. So I think of it as preventative maintenance. Keep 'em high n tight. I do go braless at time during the summer and wear pasties. Now a days I just wear a stretchy bando if I want a little more than pasties. But it's maybe once a week when it's super hot when I go braless.

    • 1

      I have Freya Deco Honey (x 3) and the fit is not ideal. I have actually just recently found out how bad it is. But I don´t have problems with cup hight, I have tall roots. But the cups/wires are too narrow for me :( Also straps are too far apart, they painfully dig in the armpits after a day´s wear.
      I think I bought 28F, 30E and 32DD. That 28 was snug on me, so there are variations due to colour or maybe Deco Honey is tighter?

      I also wish they would make Deco in different cuts...

    • 2

      I have a 28F Deco strapless and I hate it. It doesn't really support anything, just sort of pushes it all to the sides and up because it's so shallow.
      The band is surprisingly tight for Freya though. I suck it up and wear it when I need to. I highly doubt there's any projected strapless in my size range, and I wear it so little that it doesn't really matter.

    • I thought curvy kate had one slightly more projected?

    • 1

      I have a theory supported by conversation with the ladies at a few respected local lingerie shops: the Deco gives the preferred American "look". Which is that elongated pancake breast thing, as opposed to "I have 2 proud breasts". The other thing Deco does is give that strong horizontal - as opposed to natural - cleavage line, also supported by programming (VS? celebrities?). Where the preference comes from is a combination of culture & marketing (all those flat chested models? feminism (sic)? clothes? the sizing system pushing you flat?) but the Deco caters to it by fitting the way it does and people are subliminally swayed by the look. I hate Deco and I can't imagine shoving my girls into it on a daily basis. Feels like punishment. Yet every time I go for a fitting or shop, it's what they bring out first...or clones just like it.

    • Whoops mean Vertical cleavage thing, not horizontal. That would be weird.

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      dbmamaz I don't know. I've never tried a CK. I've always read that they're very wide.
      Ewa has some strapless, and I almost got a Lilia on reddit, but it appears to a pretty Easy-West look that I don't like. At least my Deco isn't quite that bad.
      If Comexim did a strapless or multiway, I'd be all over that.

    • Ha! East-West*, though I don't think I'd like an easy West look much either.

    • Most CKs are very wide but some of their newer stuff is less so. Still wider than EM for sure. but not half-way around the back lol. ofcourse, i'm 32J so things tend to fit totally differently at that range anyways

      But still, look at the Curvy Kate Luxe Strapless/multiway Bra (CK2601) - ppl say its narrower/deeper than older CKs

    • 2

      I was shocked when my best friend (who, btw, opened my eyes to the world of online bra hunting) told me that her favourite bra was the Deco. I hardly ever wear mine and actually have no idea how it should fit. Pretty sure it doesn't fit me too well, but I have one anyway.

    • 1

      jennyanni Totally agree with you. I wear my Deco Vibe for my nude bra now (it is, literally, now that I've sold my Aerie-my only beige bra), and I'm actually really ashamed every time I walk out of the house with it on.
      I used to enjoy the "downward V" look I got from it, but now every time I see old guys just staring at my tits. And my bf doesn't notice a thing so he's just walking ahead like ":D *(^-^)/ *°♡ ~*" while I'm just feeling like a giant, grumpy boob - and uncomfortable all day xD

      @dbmamaz jlcl119 My first "maybe this fits" bra was an unlined CK. I realized recently that it looked so weird because the wires were a bit too wide. It had enough projection for me, but I really think it was meant for wider rooted, slightly shallow. That bra turned me off CK forever though.

    • I mean "downward V" body shape..not boob shape xp

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      yeah, i have 1 ck, the Lola, and its definitely too wide - but its a good shark week bra for me atm.

    • It does have a seem but is great for shorter roots, have you tried cleo Juna at all?

    • Isn't Juna supposed to be super shallow?

    • Isn't Juna supposed to be super shallow?

    • not shallow in the larger sizes, I used to think that too, ( Maddie is shallow) My 33GG Juna has re same wires as the 32GG unpadded Cleos, is one of the deeper of this type of bra, and is quite short. Just thought it might be worth a try for you

    • Sorry can't edit, obv 32 not 33!

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  5. 5
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    28G

    Didn't fit

    This would probably be one of the best bras ever, if it fitted me well. That's why I've been wearing it lot even though I really shouldn't wear it at all.

    The great thing is that this is a supportive plunge t-shirt bra that gives cleavage. Yes, all of this in one bra. And, made for larger cup sizes. I haven't found a single person that doesn't love this bra.

    But, the issue is that it isn't made in larger cup sizes than a GG, and in the 28-band, only up to a G. Even though the cup sizes are large, the band is quite big too, which adds ... to the problem. Most people need to go down a bandsize in this bra, but when you're a 28-band, that is unfortunatly not possible. I would say that a 28G is closer to a 30G sizewise.

    For me this is just not good. I get back pains when I where it, even with the closest set of hooks and eyes. After a long day I even get really bad painful red marks, but because of the greatness of this bra I keep wearing it anyway.

    After a year of heavy wearing the fabric and the padding is tearing apart in the place where the cups meet the wires up front, but then I've been wearing it a lot.

    If you manage to find this bra in a size that fits you (size down a bandsize and keep you cup size) this is something you have to have in your wardrobe.

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    Pros:
    + T-shirt bra
    + Plunge
    + Cleavage
    + Support

    Cons:
    - Large band results in issues if not the correct size
    - Large cup also means hard to find the correct size
    - May gape on the top for empty-on-top breast
    - Plunge model means running in stairs still should be avoided.
    - Doesn't go higher than GG in most bands and a G in 28-bands.

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  6. This bra is said to run generous in the band, which I didn't find immediately, but after some months I was fastening it on the tightest hook. Perhaps I need to go down a back size?

    I have wide, high-set, shallow-profile, separate breasts. This bra held them up (almost straight up) and was the most comfortable plunge bra I've tried. No poking, no quadra-breast. Rounded cups fit amazingly. The mold gives nipple modesty (yes, modesty in a plunge bra!).

    Edit: after several months of ownership I will again attest to the stretchiness of the band.

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  7. 4
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    28E

    Didn't fit

    Update: For me, this isn't working. I tried to make it work but I just hate this bra for my body and have found better ones. My issues were:

    The tops of the cups gap. The bottom of the cups have wrinkling going on (I don't fill out the bottom). The front of the bra slides up. My breasts are just too wide for this bra shape, it seems. I fit in soft cup 28E Freyas and Curvy Kates so I am pretty sure that 28e is my size. Oh well!

    The bra is seamless and smooth, which is good for t-shirts. While this bra makes nice cleavage, there is ... no push-up padding in the bottom. Very round cups make sure everything is covered. However, this would make wearing the bra with wide low-cut tops an issue (the top of the bra will probably peek out before we see cleavage) and this bothered me (why call it a plunge when the bra is cut so round? just because the center gore is low? meh). The cups meet very close together, which is good for me but possibly a problem for others. However, the gore seemed a little too high for my body shape. The cups are thick enough to prevent nipple show-though. The band is firm and not very stretchy. The straps are wide, too wide for such a petite bra size, in my opinion, so keep that in mind if you like to/have to wear tank tops often. It's not discreet.

    Overall: Band was decently tight but cups seemed to narrow for me. Not keeping. I think I need a wider cup so the underwires and gore will sit flat and my whole breast will be contained--maybe the 28F. It's a stiff bra so it just does not work with my shape, no matter how many times I wear it and how much I pull and tug different things.

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    28G

    Fits

    I love this bra. It gives you cleavage for days, and looks great under virtually everything. No bra I know of gives you better cleavage than this baby. It actually makes my kind of saggy boobs look altered. Plunge style allows you to wear low cut tops.

    I wear 28 band in some styles and 30 in others. I have this bra in 30FF and I always felt the band was a little loose. I had to wear it on the tightest hook right from the bat. The 28G I can wear comfortably on the loosest hook, but I wouldn't ... mind it being just a little tighter (I am 67cm right under the bust). The G cups fit me quite perfectly in this style bra, whereas I felt the FF cups on the 30 band were a tiny bit too big, but maybe thats because the band wasn't tight enough? I am 88cm across my bust.

    The bra looks pretty sexy without your shirt, except in the nude, imo. It's not a granny bra but it's not overly sexy either. I wish they would make more colors/prints...

    This is a MUST have. Try a couple of sizes out before giving up on this one. I recommend going down a band size from your normal size. It's hard to comment on cup size because it really depends on the shape of your boobs (with, bottom-heavy, high set, etc).

    My nude one has stretched a little bit after 6 months of wearing it almost everyday and night, but I can still wear it and it looks great. I use only mild detergent and hand-wash, though I do not frequently wash my bras. I think it's very comfortable for an underwire push-up bra.

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    28DD

    Didn't fit

    I'm regularly a shallow, slightly FoT 30D, but I read endless reviews that Freya bras tend to run big in the band, so I ordered a 28DD. For disambiguation, since different colorways often have a slightly different cut or stretch, this was the bright yellow "Zest". Well, the band fit fine, properly snug on the last hooks, but the cups were insanely narrow. I haven't put on a bra that narrow in the cups since I stopped wearing A cups. It was only 4" across! Whether this was a manufacturing error or just true of that particular model, I don't know, but that seems fairly ridiculous to me for a brand and model known for being fairly good for shallow breasts. If I can find the Deco Plunge in a physical store in 28DD and 28E in other colors, I may try again, because the material itself was perfectly pleasant against my skin. As it was, I only ordered this color because it was the cheapest price.

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    • 1

      Ugh! Freya! Get it together! Inconsistent sizing makes me crazy. A 4.0" wide cup that is 6.5" deep is what I would expect to find on a 28C. Maaaaaybe a 28D.

      Super fun color and straps though!

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      FWIW you're not the first one to notice Decos cups are pretty useless. It's too wide & shallow for 99% of the larger size range & too narrow for most of the small end.

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      I don't think going up a cup size will be much help. When I look at your side on picture and front on picture I can see that the seems on the band aren't sitting far back enough. They are quite forward. I think you should try a size 30 band as it looks as though you need the width not projection. Hope this helps :) Good luck.

    • 2

      I agree with Ambie-Australia, if you sister size up the cup should be wider, and you could alter the band down or have someone else alter it. :)

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      It's definitely a matter of width, not projection. Any more projected and my smaller side would gape terribly. I read a very detailed Amazon review from someone whose 28DD was actually wider in the cup than their 30D, though, so I'm entirely unconvinced going up in the band in this case will help.

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  10. This is a popular bra with many good reviews, so this will be a bit specific to my perspective, rather than the general review I typically try to write.

    The Deco is a plunge, so one of the goals of the bra is cleavage with a low center gore. The cleavage I get in this bra is massive - my breasts are mashed together. If I move aggressively (leaning to a side, or similar), it feels as if the "higher" breast could fall out of the cup... except it's mashed into the lower breast, and that holds it in. It's a bit disturbing, at first, but not a big ... deal. I mention it as something to be aware of, not necessarily a problem.

    Unfortunately, I think my breast shape may not be a good fit for the Deco. I'm a bit "full on bottom". In the 28F Deco, I mostly fill the top of the cups - I fill them when sitting or standing normally. There will be a bit of extra space with some ways I move, and the top of my breast is never "too much" for the cup. However, in the lower portion of the bra, my breast easily fills the entire cup, and there's almost a "quadraboob" effect on the lower portion of the bra. As a result of this "too big on the top, too small on the bottom," I suspect I'm too bottom-heavy for the Deco. Still, it's "close enough" and I'll continue to wear it.

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