This fits similar to my Freya enchanted in white, this review is for the beige color. The gore is a tad bit wider and the cups a tad bit more open on top then the white one. Might be due to it being stretched out because it was super discounted. Either way, like with all bras, if you like a style, you should try it in at least 3 different bras in the same size to determine if it is right for you. So many times I thought that Freya wouldn't fit me, it was due to inconsistent manufacturing.
I thought I was buying the 32F cup, but the website where I bougth this bra made the conversion to EU size badly ... So as expected for too small cups, my boobs want to escape and make a quad boob. Also, it doesn't fit my quite shallow shape.
This bra runs tighter in the band than my 36J - Freya » Lauren Balcony Bra (4823) , despite being marked a band size larger. It also runs even bigger in the cup, with a lot of the usual large-cup Freya problems.
I have empty space in the front near the center gore, my breast tissue is pushed towards my armpits in cups with apexes significantly towards the sides, and the side of the bra cuts into the front my my underarm. I have a lot of wrinkling at the underside of the cup; possibly because this model runs shallower than I need. This is also ...the only bra where I've ever needed to bend the wires narrower, as I have a lot of tissue under my arms. Since it's about a full cup size larger than I need, I'll be altering this bra to more closely match the shape of my Cleo bras, which fit much better.
All of that said; this is a very pretty bra on the hanger. It's a matte black satin with embroidered circles, trimmed with black and carnation-pink lace, plus cute pink bows with black polka dots. In smaller sizes that fit a little better, this bra must be adorable. Read more 102 more words
This is a very pretty bra. Gore is into breast tissue because I have touching breasts and this is always a problem
You can see from the front picture that the one cup seems too narrow even though there isn't any quad boob affect. I think that is because of the gore cutting into breast tissue. I tried this in a 28GG and I couldn't really fill the upper part of the bra. I think this doesn't give me the lift I'm looking for. My breasts are dense(heavy)
Review from when I first tried on this bra, in the evening a few days ago: It's the first 30 band I've tried and it's so tight it gave me fat above and below I didn't even know I had. However, the cups are perfect (at least, they are compared to anything else I have tried on) and the wires, though slightly wide, are something I can absolutely live with. It's basically a magical bra if only the band weren't such a bad fit.
Review from trying it on again this morning: Now the band is slightly less offensive feeling (not having already worn an uncomfortable bra all day), but the ...tissue poking out above and below is bad as ever. The strange thing isthis bra doesn't fit the same today as it did a couple days ago - the tops of the cups are a bit looser, though not so bad I'd rule out the bra based on that. I have a 32E coming in tomorrow's mail, so I will hopefully sit down and do a thorough compare/contrast review at that point. Read more 72 more words
This was an odd fit for me. It's a firm band, so it was a hair too tight. The plunge was a little too constricting across the top of my breasts, but I didn't have enough projection to fill the top of the cup. Super cute, and I love the material, but back it goes.