This bra is only still in my wardrobe because of how well it fits and how pretty it is. In those respects, it is perfect. The only detrimental point (no pun intended) is that it makes your boobs look somewhat pointy and wide. You can look nice under loose-fitting t-shirts, at least.
Edit: Since this is probably the most aesthetically appealing and comfortable bra I have ever owned, I have taken the liberty of making an alteration to it that also makes it nice underneath a shirt. The reason for the pointy shape is excess fabric in the cup, which keeps the bra from giving a more rounded shape. If you, like me, are in love with this bra, you can fix the problem by sewing the excess cup fabric to the side of the underwire.
I bought this from another member and the band has been altered to be 30 inches. I can close it, but I prefer a looser band and will probably use an extender.
The cups are a little too wide and I get a very slight quad boob. I still consider this a win. Recently, I resumed my search for the elusive perfect fitting bra. This and the Fantasie Savannah are the most comfortable bras I have to date.
Very very pretty soft bra. It is a little small for me in the cup, but everything else fits so well I might ignore that. Just like most Freya bras, the band size is bigger than usual, so the 30 band fits my 31'' ribcage perfectly. I love this bra already and its definitely going to become one of my favorites.
This is the bra that may make me finally concede that freya just isn't right for me. I wish the fit section of this website allowed us to pick more than one option, as I could only pick one I went with cup not completely full, but truth is it is also cutting just a bit, and this is what often happens, it is cutting at the front and empty at the top. The cutting wasn't much and I could certainly live with it, but the empty, puckering fabric at the top was terrible. This is a great bra - in spite of not fitting it was comfortable and supportive, but the shape of the cup just seems to be a completely different shape to my breast. I have tried so many freya bras now and think I may have to finally give up!
Holy moly. Well, this is my very first attempt at a correctly fitting bra. I measure 26-27 under and 34 1/2-35 bust (I fluctuate very quickly, I'm learning, so I go up and down inches and half inches quite regularly everywhere, which is a little annoying). I'm told this makes me a 28 E or F in UK sizes. Although the band fits nicely (could be slightly tighter, but much better than the 32s I'm used to!), the cups are HUMONGOUS on me. They're very long, so perhaps it has something to do with the shape of my breasts, but I'm pretty sure there's no way a 28E would fit me in this bra either, due to just how much my breasts were swimming in the cups of the 28F. It's a beautiful bra, and I'm sure it would look lovely on someone who could wear it!
This bra is the only one I'm 100% satisfied with at the moment. The band fits OK on the loosest hook, but it is very stretchy and I can fasten it on the tightest one, without being uncomfortable, so perhaps 30F would last me longer. Still, side panel is very supportive and the length of the underwire is just right, so I can wear this bra all day without any discomfort. The shape it gives is slightly pointy though and I know most girls prefer rounder shapes, but I love it. Looks great under clothes, especially vintage-styled, even under stretch fabrics as long as they're thick enough to conceal the seams. It is also very pretty, I love the print and bird detail between the cups. And the fact that I got it for half its original price just makes me love it even more