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Amazingly comfortable. Soft smooth fabric, but kind of a "young" print (does that make sense? I don't know, but white with soft blue bubbles and light blue lace reminds me of babies). I prefer either loud funky prints or super sex appeal (black/sheer/lace).
It is shallow. Not Freya Starlet Vertical Seam shallow, but much more so than a balcony or plunge style. Shallow at the IMF, shallow at the gore. I mean, serious wrinkles from the center to the bottom of the cup from my projected boobs demanding more room. Over time my boobs would always push this bra out of the way to sit where they wanted, ... and I'd get wrinkles and quadding and all sorts of bad fit. But when I first put it on... hello cakes on a plate! My boobs looked amazing! I've never managed to get this sort of rounded hills cleavage before (without hiking up straps painfully tight). If only this bra would stay in place (blame my boobs - they're short, projected and firm enough to demand more bottom/center space than the bra allows).
A major pro for this bra: Despite the wider wires, they never dug in. Maybe because they're shorter? Maybe because the bra has a "side sling" panel than changes how it sits on the side? I always got painful red marks from Freya halfcups and Panache bras that would dig in to my unprotected ribs (I have narrow rooted boobs that sit on the front of my chest, and my sides have no cushion) - but I never got that pain from this bra. Pleasantly surprised.
Updated on Nov 16, 2017 Flag this
I own two of this exact bra and two more a cup size down. The shape they give is lovely and round with an uplifted sort of cleavage. They are thin but unlikely to show nipples because of where the seams fall, and while the fabric seems to have a slight amount of give, it just makes the cup size forgiving, not the bra unsupportive. The straps are plain, which is nice sometimes if you're wearing a tank top and the straps might occasionally peek out. My only issues with the bra are the wire and strap width, which are both a bit wide for my frame. Because the wires are not very firm, and end rather low, this does not cause a problem unless I use the bra for lounging on one side, at which point the wide wires will dig into my ribs. It's a wear-to-work-when-it-needs-to-disappear-under-clothes, but take-off-once-home sort of bra. Did I mention I have four, though?
Updated on Jul 08, 2016 Flag this
The Marvel is my current favorite everyday bra. I have two in this White and Aqua colorway, one in nude, and one in the black-purple. The bra looks fairly seamless under clothes, and the circle pattern is really cute without being juvenile. The wires are wider than I need in the 30F, but I'm currently having a bit of cutting in at the top in the 30E. I wear both depending on the time of month. I would say this fits similar to the Freya padded 3-part cups, but not as open at the top. Also, it's unlined.
Updated on Apr 30, 2016 Flag this
Very comfortable! This bra is technically unlined but the fabric looks almost like it has a mesh lining, so there is not much show-through when it gets cold. The edges of the cups are pretty thin so it's easy to wear with most shirts.
Updated on Mar 09, 2017 Flag this
This bra fits me well enough. The gore is a bit too high for my closet set breasts and there is empty space in the side support panels as I am projected (high profile implants) with not much "side boob" at all. Otherwise, it's a very pretty and comfy bra, the projection on it is great.
Updated on Oct 02, 2016 Flag this
Great fit, great shape.
Updated on Aug 13, 2016 Flag this
Can't say enough good things about this bra. I have it in all the colours. Fits perfect and gives a round shape.
Updated on Aug 13, 2016 Flag this
Fits decently well. This style runs true to band and cups size. It also holds the boobs really secure and perky. Personally, I think the 30E fits better without hints of gaping, but both sizes suffer from excessively wide cups and slightly loose outer edges. And the Glacier color isn't helping.
Updated on Nov 23, 2015 Flag this
This bra is made really well and is very cute in person. I think it's a bad match for me unfortunately. I only wore it twice, as over the course of the day I would get quadboob, and the sides/straps started digging into my armpit area. I was really hoping to love this, but it just doesn't work for me.
Updated on Mar 29, 2015 Flag this
I have the this bra in Glacier and I love how cute it is. The under-wire sits a little heavy on my rib-cage and the seams show through tight or thin shirts. I've had it for almost a year and it hasn't lost much stretch. The straps are comfortable and do not cut into my shoulders at all.
Updated on Mar 26, 2015 Flag this
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