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This is a really hard bra to measure because of the lack of wire. I would say that it fits pretty well for a 28e, but I am so used to wearing wires at this point this bra feels weird. I think the shape is great for wide and shallow types with little boob separation. I got great cleavage in this, and now understand why people love the deco. The regular deco didn't work for me (I'm def not full on top).
There is a fair amount of padding in it (by my standards) which contributes to the idea that this bra is just not for me
Updated on Jul 10, 2016 Flag this
I have been looking for some bras without wires for a while now. I'm realizing my job probably won't go back to in person, at least for a long time, and I'm finding that I am wearing bralettes more than actual bras. There are not a lot of choices around for small band 'big' cup sizing so I decided to try this one again. I tried this bra in the VERY beginning of my bra journey and I liked it a lot even though it did not technically fit. I wish I could go back and tell myself that if you like it and it doesn't hurt you, ... then keep it! I was so focused on finding the EXACT PERFECT bra that I sold/swapped a few bras that I liked. This bra was one of those.
Although my normal size is a 28F, I chose a 28E based on prior experience and other reviews. The cups are tall and wide and the straps are stretchy so I knew that having cups up to my chin wasn't going to work for me lol! I also knew that the band was really stretchy, but the bra I got seems nice and tight. It may be that it stretches quickly, but it feels good right now. This bra doesn't technically fit me, I get some quadding and it's too wide for my roots, but I will still probably keep it because it's comfortable and a color that matches my skin color relatively well.
Updated on Dec 19, 2020 Flag this
The cups fit perfect but the band is too tight. If I add an extender the cup does not longer fit properly. Also the straps are too far apart so they fall off my shoulder. The band use to fit snug but after I had a baby, 14 months ago, my ribcage is two inches wider. Also Freya Deco cups run big, I am 30E or 32DD now and the cups of a 28e in the Deco fit perfect when I should fit into a 28f or 30e cup. I think a person who is taller or who has wider shoulders would fit in this bra ... because the straps are farther apart which makes the cups gap a bit. I have a Freya Deco convertible strapless and when I place the straps closer to the middle, it has that option, the cups do not gap but I still had to wear a 30dd instead of a 30e like I am supposed to. If you wear a 28f in Panache I think this bra from Freya in 28E will fit you perfect. The band use to fit good when my ribcage was 27 inches wide. Now that my ribcage measures 29 inches this is too tight. I barely wore this bra because when my size use to be 28e this use to gap a bit. I saved it because I knew after pregnancy my breast will be at least a cup size bigger. The cup fits now but unfortunately the band is too tight, the ribcage also gets wider after pregnancy. For some reason Freya Deco cups gap when you add an extender too, even if you go down a cup size. Other bra bands do not have that problem, I wonder why though? Maybe the Freya Deco straps are farther apart unlike other brands and also run a cup size bigger than other brands. Which also explains why the Freya Deco convertible strapless has two options for the straps, more closer to the middle or further apart. So far the convertible Deco it's my favorite Freya and it fits perfent in a 30dd. I removed the underwire in the convertible Freya Deco because I hate underwires. I was hoping the wireless Freya Deco would work out for me because I hate underwires but it did not work out. In the brand Royce I wear a 32dd. The brand Royce has a tighter band than Freya and the cups run smaller than Freya also.
Updated on Nov 06, 2016 Flag this
This bra fits more shallow and wide than other Decos I've tried - I think my best size in the wired Deco would be 30DD or 28E, due to 30E bras being a bit large, but apparently not in this soft cup. Sizing up for larger cups would help some, but I worry the cups would then be too tall and wide.
I'm actually shocked it measures so shallow and wide. There is space at the bottom of the cups on me since it is shallow, but otherwise I like the fit pretty well. It's unwired, but the shape and lift it gives me is comparable to any of my other moulded bras. I'm going to give it a few more wears and see if I decide to keep it. I would try a 28F if a cheap one happened to pop up.
Updated on Jul 07, 2016 Flag this
This bra is very very shallow. It's also very tight. It's nice for major cleavage and if you're looking for a wireless bra, but for me it gets uncomfortable after a short while.
Updated on Mar 06, 2022 Flag this
At the beginning of my bra journey, I tried a Freya Deco Plunge in 28DD, but was shocked by the extremely firm band and the tall cups. However, lately I've been on the hunt for a good wireless bra, and I had high hopes for the Deco Soft Cup, which I heard can work even if the Deco Plunge doesn't fit your shape. I went with my normal size of 28E, but I think this was a mistake, as the cups ended up too tall on me.
The band, like on the Deco Plunge, is super firm. It is made from very firm stretch knit ... like many of Comexim's bands. It's tight, but supportive and not uncomfortable. Straps are medium width and taper to a leotard back. The entire bra is made from the same smooth stretch fabric and the only trims are tiny bows at the strap attachment. The cups are much wider than the Deco Plunge, but unfortunately they are also cut quite tall, although they don't rub and chafe in the underarm area. The width, bottom of the cup, and projection work for me, but the upper cup is pretty empty (it is filled when I scoop, but after moving, it ends up gapping). It is also very empty at the center, where the bra is supposed to give you cleavage, because I am quite shallow in that area. For this reason, I think if you don't have a lot of upper or center tissue, you should try sizing down in the cup instead of going with your normal size.
One thing I really like about this bra is that it gives a really nice shape, providing much more shaping than most wireless bras do. This is partially due to the more projected shape as well as the stiffer foam used to make the cups. This is not a bra you will wear primarily for comfort, but when you want to appear like you're wearing a normal t-shirt bra but just don't want to deal with the underwire. I've tried quite a few wireless bras so far, and I think this is one of the best quality bras and the most functional. I'll be trying it again in 28DD to see if sizing down can make it work.
Updated on Jun 11, 2020 Flag this
This bra is super comfortable and gives great shape, but isn't projected enough at the bottom for me - repeated wears have caused the cup to buckle to accommodate my projection.
Updated on Mar 16, 2019 Flag this
The band is like one designed for tapered rib cages, a little longer on top than on bottom. maybe thats why on me the soft cups seem to want to splay farther apart for me as I have a like no descension in circumference along my ribcage. Also this band is the tightest of all Freyas I've tried ...which is to say it runs average for a 28. It's still fairly stretchy and longer than I prefer (I like really snug or 26 size bands) but sturdy and comfy.
The cups are not just padded as in moulded but like padded padded. not hugely but there is .25" of ... squishy compressible foam.
The support is only moderate on me I guess mostly because It is not a shape match. I get extreme cup gaping in the centre and plus the cups fold over at the bottom where theyre too shallow to be filled by my heavy immediate projection...the cups sit on My boobs instead of holding them and taking on their shape. If you are shallow and/or want cleavage this would be a good bra to try.
Me: tall roots reaching collarbone, very close-set (touching), average to narrow width, shallow, splayed east-west, even but functionally FOT due to tall roots, centre-full horizontally, size asymmetry. Measurements: 26" snug UB and 34" leaning bust.
Updated on Oct 16, 2017 Flag this
I'm not really sure what's going on with my boobs, maybe that the shrinkage is more than I wanted it to be? In the areas near the strap placement? While I really did want this bra to work, it simply does not. Since I got this bra used, it could be contributing to the loose fit and the softer cups. I will see if I can get my hands on a new one in the future.. maybe even size down more.
- Gives excellent shape, comparable to that of a wired, moulded bra
- Very comfortable
- Awesome cleavage (that I did not get from the 28F bra ... here: http://bra.pe/XMOf/)
- Good quality -- I can tell this bra is quite used and it still works great as far as lift, shaping, etc.
- Cups are very tall
- I get gaping if I slouch or move my arms in since the straps are placed too far apart for me (or maybe the cups are simply just too big?)
Overall, great bra. Not giving up on this one yet.. Just will take me some time since I already have like a million bras XD
Updated on Aug 04, 2017 Flag this
My measurements are 29 underbust and 35 bust. This Freya in 28E fits good on the cups but the band is too tight. I need a 30dd in this bra.
Updated on Nov 08, 2016 Flag this
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