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My boobs: wide, full all over, close at top and splayed at bottom.
I love this bra, it fits so comfortably and my boobs look and feel great in it https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_mrgreen.gif" alt=":D" />
I had previously tried it in 34GG and 36G, after my old beloved Deco in 34G no longer fitted but they just weren't working for me, so, anyway I'm just so glad to have finally come across a 36GG, its perfect.
It gives lift and a rounded shape, straps are sturdy and fully adjustable, which is great cos I love to hoik them up https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";)" /> and the only con which doesn't really bother me at all is slight gaping at the middle on the side of my smaller boob, it only happens when I bend a certain way, I'm fine with it, much rather that than it sitting on my tissue.
This one actually fits better than my original 34G ever did :/
Updated on Jul 10, 2016 Flag this
Band is very comfortable, stays in place
Cups give a nice rounded shape and are very comfortable
Even with slight excess space in the center of the cups, it still looks pretty smooth under t-shirts
The scalloped detail on the straps and bottom of the band is a little irritating
Straps can sometimes move too far to the outer edge of the shoulder (don't fall off, just not optimal)
Cups sort of fold in in the center where there is excess space, kind of awkward shape?
Updated on Dec 16, 2020 Flag this
This bra is a classic Deco. The black color runs a little smaller than the regular colorway. Very stretchy band. Cups have a tendency to collapse toward the middle on me.
Updated on Aug 11, 2017 Flag this
I have tried both the 38G and 36GG.
The 38G has a very stretchy band,while this is still fairly stretchy,it seems more true to size.Much more supportive than the 38G,I was starting to get a back ache when I wore that one.
The 36GG has slightly thicker padding than the 38G.Also I get more folding at bottom of cups (orange in glass due to bottom heaviness),than with the 38G.
Not so much an everyday bra for me,but it is great for those outfits I need a nude smooth t shirt bra for.
Updated on Dec 24, 2014 Flag this
Too small in the cups for me, top of gore didn't tack at all. Free floating... Fit well in the sides, and I liked the gore height.
Updated on Nov 06, 2014 Flag this
This is a very popular bra that I hoped I could sister-size into, as I've heard it runs generous in the cup and they don't make seamless bras at all, or many plunges in my size (UK 32J). Unfortunately, it does *not* run large if you are full-on-top. I have close-set breasts, so I really like the low gore. As with most Freya bras, the underwires are not as harsh as you get with Panache, so the bra is pretty comfortable. The straps are too wide and cut into my armpit fat/tail of spence, but my shoulders are quite narrow, this probably wouldn't be a problem for someone in the correct size. I really wish they made it in my size!
Updated on May 18, 2014 Flag this
I used to love this version of the Freya Deco Bra but now it doesn't fit. I am assuming it is too big because my boobs literally fall out when i move. I have started buying all of my bras in the 34H or 32H range instead. This is much better.
The bra itself is "fine" not as fantastic as the Deco loyalists say.. but it is a pretty neon pink.
I do not like the padding either, i don't know if anyone with H cup boobs NEEDS padding. Not my favourite.
Updated on Mar 04, 2014 Flag this
Slight orange-in-a-glass effect - not enough projection and too wire wires for my narrow, projected breasts. Also, too small in the cup for me after some tissue displacement.
Updated on Dec 05, 2013 Flag this
I purchased the bra in nude.
First off, this bra is nice and simple. No bells or whistles, but it doesn't need them either. It's nice to look at and feels very soft.
I wanted to try this bra for a while, but sadly it doesn't come in the size I usually wear (38GG). I figured however that since some of my 38GG cups felt a bit big that I would try it in a 38G. As I read about the bra, it seemed that it ran a bit large in the band, so I chose to get a 36GG.
I feel this was a bad idea. The band ... is very firm on me. I can fasten it, but after a little bit, it feels quite painful. I think if I get another of these, I will get the 38G. And for reference, the band does seem to run large, as it measured similarly to some of my 38 bands.
As for the cups, at first I wasn't sure if they were right for me. I didn't quadboob out of them, but it seemed as though the gore wasn't quite tacking. I probably would be better off with a 38GG, but since they don't make it, I'll have to live with this size. That isn't to say it didn't look nice. It gave my breasts a very nice shape, and I have to say I'm excited about it being a plunge. I really enjoy the plunge style, but it can be hard to find as sizes go up.
The straps of the bra are nice. They have a very firm stretch to them. They are also fully adjustable, which is a plus.
The band as I mentioned earlier is firm, but has a bit of stretch to it. It doesn't feel like a band that would stretch out quickly. It has 2 columns of hook and eye closures with the typical 3 rows to adjust for eventual band stretching.
There are also small bow details at the beginning of the straps at the top of the cup and at the top of the gore.
All in all, this is a very nice bra.
Updated on Mar 20, 2013 Flag this
I love this bra. Have two. I've had the band altered. If this bra existed one size larger that would be divine. Band seems to run a full size large.
Updated on Feb 20, 2012 Flag this
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