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I measured this bra before altering the band to make it the same size as my 28G - Freya » Deco (4234) . The 30 band was on the loose side.
The cups behaved the same, as soon as I wore the bra and was all properly scooped, the boobs filled the cups nicely but as the day goes by, I ended up with gaps on top of the cups and the bottom was too shallow which caused them to crumble.
I also find the molded material that Freya Deco Moulded Plunge Bra (4234) use makes my boob sweat, specially since I live in a very hot climate.
Updated on Aug 25, 2014 Flag this
Nice and cleavagey! It's a cup size down, so I do get a little quad boob but cleavage is the important factor.
Updated on Aug 03, 2014 Flag this
Love it! Can't go wrong with a Deco. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
Updated on Jun 26, 2014 Flag this
So I know I probably got the wrong size bra, and this is the first bra I bought after having been "enlightened" about how bras should fit. It was pretty weird to wear it.When I scooped and swooped my breasts filled it in just fine, but it got this odd wrinkling thing on the bottom, and it kept travelling down until it was an inch from my sternum. Then after a few seconds my breasts would disappear from the top and get squished in the bottom of the cups, and the outside of the cups dug into my armpits and I had a very interesting quadboob armpit effect. Overall the band felt too tight and uncomfortable. I have concave ribs and the deepest part is right at my sternum. (It also make me look like I have a flat chest because my ribs go in so far.) I'm going to be returning it, but I really don't know what kind of bra will work for me?
Updated on Jun 10, 2014 Flag this
I absolutely love deco's! The shape is so flattering and the bra is comfy
Updated on May 17, 2014 Flag this
Given as I don't actually own this bra, and wasn't wearing it for much more than a couple mins, this entry is mostly just to state that something actually fits me. It sure seemed comfortable to me, and the salesgirl was pointing out various signs of good fit, but it still seemed to me like there's a 'but' hidden in there somewhere. Regardless, this is the best fitting bra I've found so far, and using this as a starting point, I'm hoping to one day find that WOW fit.
Updated on Mar 09, 2014 Flag this
This was my first bra in my correct size. It's a good "starter" bra. Simple, very little decoration, and a reasonable approximation of what a person can expect from most bras in this size.
With that said, I am not a fan of Freyas. I have projected, narrow breasts that are very full on bottom. With all Freyas, including this one, I am flattened out and the bottom of the cup always wrinkles from not having enough projection. The straps are always farther set apart than my narrow shoulders, giving me a rash when I wear it for more than a couple hours. Freyas do have narrower wires than most bras (except Ewa and Comexim), so I don't have so much issue with there being empty space on the sides of my body. However, I do have more space than I would like.
As a starter bra, it's not bad. I can't say I would purchase again, though.
Updated on Jan 07, 2014 Flag this
I like this bra a lot. It is comfortable, the band fits nicely and the cups are a good fit. However, since I have somewhat soft breasts, after wearing it a few hours my breasts tend to move towards the sternum. It still doesn't give me spill, and it's not visible underneath clothes and not uncomfortable. However, with a low-cut dress I would need to readjust frequently. Still, it's one of the best plunge bras I ever had, and issues have more to do with my particular breasts than the bra. Since I think I need a plunge bra, I think this is the best option I have so far found.
Updated on Nov 06, 2013 Flag this
I just got it and put it on and it's super soft. I love the shape it gives my boobs, but it is just a little bit on the small side in the cups, but just barely. Not small enough to create a quad boob effect. The material seems to be of high quality and I love how thick the straps are. I can't say much else about it now since I just got it and put it on.
Updated on Sep 12, 2013 Flag this
This bra was not mine but my sisters, though I have got my hands on it for data entry purposes. I've indicated how it would fit to my measurements to the best of my ability.
Freya Deco is by all accounts a lovely everyday bra with it's plunge neckline, moulded cups and sturdy straps. It's perhaps not the most interesting bra visually, but I think that as it's supposed to be a low profile, t-shirt type bra, this isn't really an issue. There's 3 rows of 2 columns of hooks.
The cups are fairly generous, my sister wears a 30G in most other styles (other Freya cuts, Panache Superbra etc) but a 30FF is her best fit in this bra. If you fit in the Deco size range (and how I wish I did), this is a very comfortable everyday bra which works well on fuller on top breasts, and also can give some of the push-up style cleavage which many 'mainstream' brands provide but is difficult to find in fuller bust brands.
Updated on Aug 13, 2013 Flag this
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