My favorite Freya bra so far! This is now the 4th Freya Deco I've purchased... and 28GG fits better than any of the others (28G was too small, 30G was too big, 30FF *strapless* too tight/shallow on the cups) but this one fits perfect! I also really love the cute design on it, finally something that doesn't look like a "granny bra"! (and it was on sale for only $29.99 on amazon!) Not sure if it's my imagination, but the moulded cups on this feel a little more firm to me than any of the other regular Deco's (it could also be that the older ones are now ...worn out and this one just feels firmer because it's new)... The band does not feel as tight as the 28G.. it's snug but comfortable (when I first purchased 28G I struggled to get the band on, it was pretty darn tight till i 'broke it in') No quad-boob or nip slips..the gore is tacked firmly on sternum.. very happy with the overall fit and comfort. If I could change anything about it, it would be to make the straps a little thinner, they are pretty thick looking for such a cute looking bra (but I suppose that helps with support so I really shouldn't complain). I do wish that the 28in bands had straps placed a little closer together, I have a small frame with narrow shoulders. Read more 130 more words
Another positive effect of Deco! Im getting less cleavage comparing to 30DD Vibe due to well fitted cups but theres no quadboobing and the band is just perfect, where in 30DD - Freya » Deco Vibe Moulded Plunge Bra (1704) the band need 1 extra set of eyes. The bra feels so soft and love the straps (I wish EM and Comexim uses the same ones). Wires are short comparing to other bras although its not a problem as they fit great. When I was trying decos before, I never could match the perfect size as in 32 the band is huge, also I remember trying 30E or F the green one and band was so tight, so I gave up for good couple of months.. and then after wearing EM and Comexim, my boobs become slightly better in shape. Also as my boobs are on more on the sides is hard to get cleavage in bras, but finally Im happy to have my decos =)
I really liked this bra, great fit and lift! I have gone down a few cup sizes so it no longer fits. Personally I'm not a huge fan of leopard print because the spots show through light shirts, but that's a common issue with colorful bras.
This bra is really cute and comfy but it is too shallow and and I can already wear it on the middle hook after just 2 months. If I were to buy it again I would probably go down in band size and up 1 cup to maybe get more depth.
Really wanted to love this bra as I'd heard so many good things about the Deco, but I just can't get on with it. The cups are FAR too high for meand there's no way I'd ever fill them! The tightness of the band is perfect and it's a shame but I can't handle wearing it anymore !
Love this bra it's so cute! I have soft tissue full on bottom narrow breast and I think I might have bought this bra a cup size too big. The band fits well but there is some empty space at the top of the cup and the underwrite digs Into my armpit. Other than that it's a gorgeous bra!
This is a very cute bra! I'm shallow/wide-rooted and do get a little bit of gaping at the top of the cup if I slouch but if I stand up straight the fit is perfect - much better than the regular Deco. Gives a very nice rounded shape and I like the jaunty leopard print.
I like this bra, it's cute and fits similarly (but a touch smaller in the cups, obviously) to my regular nude Deco in a 28GG. The band fits me perfectly: I measure around 29 or 29.5" underbust, and prefer a snug band. I'd say this 28 band is the same as the regular Deco 28 band. The bra itself is really cute. The bright orange bows on the gore and where the straps meet the cups are really unique and fun. The straps are the same as the regular Deco; they're wide, fully adjustable, and stretchy, with a smooth underside and ribbed exterior that keeps them from getting ...looser throughout the day.
My one major gripe with this bra is the thick beige border around the outside of the cups. It looks cute, but it's thicker and firmer than the rest of the cup, and flares out from the cup itself, so it shows underneath almost everything and defeats the purpose of this being a t-shirt bra. I do quadboob out of this bra a little bit, so that might be pushing the border out and making it show more, but I think that even if the cups fit me better the edge of the bra would still show under most clothes. The edging on the regular Deco is much thinner and more pliable, so I get much less use out of this Deco than my other one. Read more 130 more words
The Deco Moulded Plunge was one of the first bras I tried in 2014 when I first started looking for new bras. At 30G/GG, the original Deco plunge was a fail for me because my tissue spilled out of the center, the wires poked and the top edge of the cups rested in my armpits (cups were too tall). It also felt like I was wearing a straight jacket; just so uncomfortable. The cups felt thick and weighted towards the bottom and the wires were torture. I put Deco on my hate list and never looked back.
Now I finally got around to re-measuring myself after losing a ...little weight. Down to a 28G, I had to start the bra hunt all over again while I still have tags on some of my 30Gs. I actually have no idea what possessed me to try the Deco again, but I'm glad I did. This review is for the Deco Rebel (leopard print) colorway.
Aaaand it fits. There, I said it! The wires aren't too tall or grossly too wide (just a tad), it's comfortable, and the new addition of binding along the top of the cup closes it off enough that I don't spill out of it (time will tell if this changes with wear). I still get a little bit of strap gap, but the silhouette is so smooth. I can't believe I actually have a t-shirt friendly bra that fits!
My first successful Deco was actually the 28G - Freya » Deco Vibe Moulded Plunge Bra (1704) , and I will also be reviewing that one, too. Vibe may run a smidge tighter in the band, but it's not noticeable for me. I read that the Deco had larger cups than the Vibe, but I find them very similar. If anything, the Vibe maybe is a little taller towards the strap end. I find the cup depth nearly identical, but the Vibe a tiny bit more closed on top, something I notice more towards the gore because I don't spill out of it.
Edit 03/2016: Although I tried the Vibe and Rebel at home several times before wearing, I grossly underestimated the tightness of the Vibe band. Vibe is a *very* snug 28, would be perfect for 26-7" underbusts and I wear it with an extender right now. Rebel has a more supple, softer material with more stretch.
--I mention this comparison here because the Deco Rebel has the same item number as the regular Deco Plunge, but, in my estimation, these should be listed separately on Bratabase. It does not fit like the Deco Plunge because of the aforementioned binding on the cup. I don't know how other colorways match up to this. -- Editing this out because the Rebel is listed separately.
In truth, the Rebel pattern is not my favorite. I guess it's on sale for a reason. It has grown on me since I got it, but leopard print is not among the patterns that I like. Even the same colors with less of the black marks would have been preferable. Since it fits, I'm overlooking that. I've never been one to turn down a hideous bra as long as it fits! One plus for anyone considering this colorway, though, is that the straps are basically nude. At least I can have nude straps since I don't own a nude bra. Read more 459 more words