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Bras » Freya » Deco Rebel Moulded Plunge Bra (4234) » 28GG 28:10

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Fits ribcage71.1
B. perimeter27.9
Stretched Band72.7
Band Length61.3
Cup width15.4
Cup depth25.5
Wire length25.4
Cup height18.4
Cup separation2.4
Gore height6.0
Wing height10.0
Strap width1.9

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    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.
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      If straps are an issue, you might want to give Comexim a try. They'll move in the straps for free if you ask in the comments section of your order, and their higher priced bras come out to about $40 in USD. You might also email them and see if they'd be willing to make your bras with thinner straps.

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      Cute! I second the rec for Comexim, I get straps moved in and it's so much comfier! I'm a 28/30 as well.

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      I've noticed that since I went from a DDD to a G that many G bras have wider straps and the straps are set further apart. The straps on my old bras were perfect, but I've had more frequent issues with G bras. So I think it's something with either certain brands or the way they adjust sizing for a G bra vs smaller sizes. I get that they want to give you more support, but it would be nice to have the option for a regular strap. :)

      I'm glad to see your review of the Deco. I'm anxious to try it out and recently ordered one from a UK store on eBay. I have one other Freya bra (the Marvel, which I really love apart from the really snug band and the occasional sliding of the strap).

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      vrwriter There are definite scaling issues, and some brands are more guilty of bad scaling than others. It's part of the reason Comexim is so popular.

    • I'm a Deco fan too! I have this bra in 30GG. Recently, I've lost some weight and now need 28 bands. I am hoping that a 28GG fits me in Decos (the other Freya balconnet bras I have tried have been 28H). I am off to try to find some on sale! I haven't tried Comexim or Ewa Michalak like so many others have recommended. I find them to be less accessible than the UK brands like Freya, Panache, Cleo, etc. One day I will try them, but I keep finding good bargains with 2 day delivery on Amazon on the UK brands and that is hard to pass up!

    • SavvyL The regular Deco (not followed by words like Charm, Rebel, Vibe, etc) is said to run a cup size large, so it may work for you in 28GG. And when you're ready to try Comexim or EM, Erica at A Sophisticated Pair, Jaimie at Bra Obsessed, or Aisha at Zathiya can help make them more accessible for you, especially since they already carry those brands.

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