A pretty bra, but best for someone with less narrow roots. The band runs large and is very stretchy, but the elastic along the edges digs in after several hours because it's so much stronger than the mesh. Wires are a bit wide for me, but not uncomfortable. It's not shallow, but the width of the wires on my narrow roots allows the breast tissue to spread into an unflattering shape.
Need a bra extender, but thats fine as I am normally 32 anyway quad boob just on one side annoyingly! Wires also pushed forward by boobs so just too small for me! good straps that adjust all the way, but weight of boob pulls it down causing them to lengthen over the day some backfat escaping as wires are low on the armpit diagnoal shape of cup cuts through tissue causing the quad boob nice solid bra and pretty pattern, well made.
Comfy. Cute. Lightweight...would be nice in the summer.
Close to enough projection for me it not quite, rides down on me. But comfy enough to stay in the daily rotation. I love Freya's fully adjustable straps because I am high set. The gore is fairly narrow all the way down (compared to Cleo which runs narrow up top but spreads too much near the band for me). I really like the Freya I padded bras I have tried so far.
About the GG changes freya makes: straps are a bit wider. They go to 3 hook bras (awesome). There is boning just outside of the cup ...under the armpit for slimming and to keep breast migrating to where it belongs (in my 36g morning meadow, the same side seam is there but with no boning). The wires measure narrower than their g and below counterparts. But they do stretch more when worn, and it seems they are designed too (not just a flimsy wire problem). For me this is good- bras that's cups go vertical at the outer wire (steep U) cause me pinchy armpit pain, while those that taper up and out more slowly don't hurt me. These look super U shaped on the hanger, but have a nice shape when on. Read more 109 more words
The band fits perfectly, and this is the first bra I've ever tried where I wasn't spilling out of the tops of the cups. The wires sit nicely as well.
However, the shape is a little too separated and pointy for my taste. Also, the straps are just entirely too far apart. They're so far that the edge of the cups rubs against my arms because of how I have to push the straps inward to keep them on my narrow shoulders. Other than that, I could have lived with the shape because of how comfortable the bra is in other ways, but I just can't handle the pressure against my arms due to the straps.