Didn't like the shape - a little too projected (pointy) and lower - a good "no bra" shaped look but not my preference. The band was looser than the cleo bras. It was comfortable but not firm. The straps are wider and comfortable.
This bra is so close! I the cup depth/wire width is perfect. The band is a bit stretchy (as normal for freya). I love the adorable polka dotted bow in the center. It's my favorite thing about the bra. It's so so so cute! Unfortunately, this bra doesn't fit because the gore is too wide for me. It sits on breast tissue and is generally just terribly painful. I'm considering altering it, but I should probably just rehome this one.
This bra was just so much too large for me in the cups that I can't really accurately review it. The band definitely runs large. The gore was fairly comfortable even though it comes up higher than I'm used to. The overall look of the bra with the light blue accents is definitely cute. Straps are thicker than I prefer.
I should have known to get a band size smaller in a Freya! This band runs just like most other Freya's, too big. This bra fit really well. It has really good projection and the fabric is soft. I tried the white and it was a little sheer, so beware. The only thing that is keeping me from keeping this bra is that it gives a too projected look. I'm not into that right now, but if I decide I am, I'll come back to this one. It gives great lift!
I am soft, short rooted, center full, pendulous, projected and narrowish.
First off, this is a Freya band that is TTS. Get your normal band size instead of sizing down. Wires felt a bit firmer as well.
I got elf shoes with this bra. Didn't get much lift from it, wire angle were a bit wide and hit the back of my armpit. I think I got the elf shoe because my tissue settled back along the underwire instead of filling out the front of the bra.
Straps are fully adjustable with normal length and has cute pink loops along the edges of the strap.
Pink embroidery along the top ...lace of the cup, which is not stretch lace. The cups themselves are a 3 part balconette plunge. I felt the cups were pulling me out a bit, and looked odd. Also along the inside of the cups there was a lace texture along the solid part of the cups and could be irritating if you have sensitive skin.
The gore plunge was tall for a plunge, but it tacked. Twisted onto my larger breast, but tacked.
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I was on the hunt for a basic unlined "invisible" bra. I had some hope for the Enchanted, but it turned out not to be The One. First, cups are far too wide, wider than most other balcony plunge Freyas (but I suppose it would be considered average for a person with a root not as ridiculously narrow as mine). I found it lacking in immediate projection, and as so often in Freya bras, there was some cutting in at the top. I fit okay (not well) into the brand's sheer plunge line, but Enchanted missed that mark. Shame, because it would have been a good neutral (which is the only thing I desperately need right now. Gah!)
The band is definitely loose on this one. I think the cups are fine, and a just being thrown off a bit by the band. The shiny fabric of this bra also shows wrinkles really well, so I don't know that it is the best choice for asymmetry issues. Also, the embroidery really shows through tshirts, even the little circles on the bottom fabric. I'm not one to really worry about my seams showing, but if I'm going to get a plain beige bra like this then I'd rather it be a bit more multi-purpose.
I've sent this one back and I doubt I will try it again in another size.