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This style has always been my go-to for an everyday bra. Living in Canada (and it currently being winter), having a moulded cup bra is pretty much the norm if you want to hide your pokeys. Even in summertime, you walk indoors and the a/c will instantly betray your nipples if you're wearing a soft cup bra.
I've been playing around with Deco sizes to see the varying levels of comfort and shape each offers. So far I've tried 30G, 28GG and 28G. I'm going to say that I feel comfortable in all 3 of these sizes, but in terms of bust perimeter, the 28G is a bit ... tight. The 28GG of the same colour that I own is the most proper fit for me in the Deco size range. But I like the 28G in that it gives me both a plungey cleavage line as well as some cakes as a result of the total bust perimeter of the bra (band plus cup volume) being a tad small. If I'm going for lots of cleavage, I'd grab my 28G, but the 28GG is great for every day and every occasion.
Updated on Feb 12, 2015 Flag this
This bra fits me pretty well. I usually wear a 30ff in other Freya lines but the 30 band was too lose so I purchased a 28. A 28 is a bit tight but this bra streches out so fast that it already fits better. I love the smoothness and feel of the cup. I was a bit surprised when I put this bra on and saw all of my breast tissue pushed forward. If you want a good amount of cleavage this is definitely the bra for you.
Updated on Jan 23, 2015 Flag this
God, I love this bra. It is so comfortable - I have almost fallen asleep in it once or twice.
It lifts my breasts up very high and close to my body, which I really enjoy. For me, this means that there is not a ton of jiggle when I move around, which for lower cut tops I find really appealing. It's a very high, compact shape from the front, lots of cleavage, and from the side it's very high and round.
I have fairly soft tissue and it does a very nice job of getting it all in there. The wires also are fairly short so they ... don't stab me in the arm pit/around my back, which drives me nuts.
I'm a student so I spend a lot of time sitting and it is really comfortable as an everyday bra.
The cleavage is pretty intense sometimes, though, and it lifts them up pretty high, so I sometimes shy away from it depending on the outfit/my mood.
I am a firm believer in wearing whatever you feel like in the moment so I do often wear it as an everyday bra, though, just a heads up to those who like a lower profile for everyday.
I recommend the Deco to all of my full busted friends.
Updated on Sep 16, 2014 Flag this
I got this bra because I wanted to try a Deco 28G brand new. I ended up selling it because I don't need a beige bra.
The fit was OK, but the cups were too shallow at the bottom for my boobs so the crumbled.
I am not a fan of the foam that Decos use, they make my boobs sweat so they're not good for me.
This 28 band fits me nicely unlike 28's in Cleo which are too tight.
Right after I scoop wearing the bra I filled the cups completely, but as the day goes on the boobs move around so I end up with some gaping on top and the bottom of the cups crumbled.
I got these same problems on my 30FF - Freya » Deco (4234) .
Updated on Aug 25, 2014 Flag this
It's a high quality bra - built well, et cetera. It's just very, very mismatched to my breasts. It feels very small and tight on me and I get a large amount of quadboob. If it had more projection, I think I'd do better. I'm a bit in between 28G and 28GG. I also have a black Deco in 30G and it works much better, though it's still not a perfect shape.
Updated on May 25, 2014 Flag this
It fits in the cup but the band is too loose for my 24" back. It's kind of riding up. It feels like a 30 band more than a 28 band. And the wires go a bit high to the arm but it's acceptable, not poking. The straps are thick and quite separated for my narrow shoulders. The good thing about it is that it gives a nice and round shape. Looks good on clothes
Updated on Apr 23, 2014 Flag this
Favorite bra, I have 5 Freya Decos in this size in pretty colors. The nude is starting to look pretty boring
Updated on Jan 22, 2014 Flag this
This bra gives me the lift I need, since I have low set breasts (fairly firm, a bit full on top). It feels sturdy and wonderful. As I've only been wearing it for 2 days, the band is making my skin a little bit sore, but I expect it will chill out soon. My breasts don't fill the cups 100% if I slouch, but the 28FF was decidedly too small for me. It's a strange, lovely feeling to not be in a bra that's too tight in the cups. I could get used to this...
Updated on Dec 21, 2013 Flag this
I received this bra from another Bratabase user after my current 28FF was quad boobing and the gore was not lying flat. Unfortunately, this bigger size doesn't fit me very well. The cups are quite high and cut into my armpit, which is not something I usually have trouble with despite being 5'1. I also don't have enough top fullness to fill the cups so they gape. While this can be fixed by tightening the straps all the way, this causes red marks and pain on the shoulders. There is also severe wrinkling at the bottom of the cup so I would prefer more immediate projection. The wire width is also about an inch too wide, though this is made worse by the lack of projection which pushes down the bra. The band is nice and tight, though it had been altered by the previous owner https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" />
TL;DR - lacks immediate projection, very tall cups, recommend for FOT.
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Updated on Oct 21, 2013 Flag this
I really like the shape and fit of this bra. Finally a model that does not have too wide of a wire. Now I just need to size down on the cup.
Updated on Aug 28, 2013 Flag this
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