Very short, projected, slightly narrow, center full, close set, even breasts....
This is a fantastic cup for tall roots. Short roots, not so much. The cup is roughly 1" taller than the Freya Morning Meadow. The Pansy cut is more shallow near the wire than Morning Meadow and allows less fullness in the outer quadrant. This helps keep breasts front and center, but can cause flatness in those of us with round breasts.
The lace is soft and stretchy and does not irritate my sensitive skin. Straps are .7" wide, soft, and supportive. If you are high-set, you may require an alteration to make them short enough. The fabric on Pansy is more supportive than Morning Meadow. This is great if you have heavy breasts.
I want to love Pansy, but this Freya cut is not ideal for me.
Love this bra! I am so sad to learn it is discontinued. I bought it used in my search for a decent fitting bra despite the fact that the pattern is really not for me. Never the less, I am so happy with the purchase.
The bra is super fit and for an unpadded unlined bra it really gives me a great lift. The fabric is really comfortable and I like the lace top half.
Bratabase says it's a sister cut to the 28D - Freya » Pollyanna Plunge Balcony Bra (5922) , but as I thought from the pictures, the lace part is massive. It has a lot more inner-projection that then Pollyanna, just like most other Freya plunges.The band is classically giant and the material is not exactly soft but not exactly unpleasant either, and feels kind of hard. The lace portion, aside from being giant, is rather stretchy and loose and slid down my breast, much like the 28D - Panache » Andorra Full Cup Bra (5675) and 28D - Panache » Andorra Plunge (5676) .