Very short, slightly narrow, projected, close-set, even breasts...
Temperatures, including Heat Index, have been 114 degrees F here. And, I tend over 200 species of plants. In my desperation for an alternative to my wool sports bra (yeah, I love natural fabrics), I ordered a Freya Ooh la la. The subtle color shading and geometric embroidery strongly appeals to me. And, 28G measurements looked favorable.
The gore is too wide. And, the band is not long enough to compensate for the necessary gore alteration. I will need a 30FF for the gore alteration. The band is very firm and may fit those who need sub-28" bands well.
The lift is fantastic. ... I was prepared for a "droopy" Freya: Ooh La La is delightfully elevating https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" /> The immediate projection and apex projection are grand, too. Predictably, my very short roots do not require the height of this cup. But, a minimal alteration will remedy that issue.
Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by Ooh La La. However, yesterday I received Comexim Eve. The fabrics Comexim uses cause me to reject all others, so far. Ooh La La, although supportive and beautiful, pales in comparison to the comfort and softness of Comexim Eve. When spending my day in sweltering heat, I will choose comfort first.
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