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Bras » Freya » Pollyanna Plunge Balcony Bra (5922) » 28D 28:4

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Fits ribcage68.4
B. perimeter17.8
Stretched Band73.8
Band Length59.2
Cup width10.9
Cup depth17.7
Wire length17.8
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.6
Gore height4.7
Wing height6.9
Strap width1.4
Hooks2

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    Fits

    Right now, this is my absolute most fitting bra and I love it.

    When I first got it, it was wrinkling everywhere etc etc etc but now due to tissue migration? maybe? it fits like a glove on most days and quads the teeniest bit on some days.

    The fabric was unexpectedly soft and nice, but it doesn't stretch, which makes it effective for keeping nipples on the down low. Result: I can actually wear this under a single layer of t-shirt! The lace had a hard time laying flat but eventually it did (I'm not sure how) and it gives me a sleek, rounded profile with a light point ... (it's no Cleo, after all). The fact that the seams go right over my nipples is nice, but that also means that it gives me an ever-so-slight east-westiness. The band, at least in the black colorway, is quite tight as Freyas go. Since the wires are 1 cm shorter than the channel, and the wings are rather short, I have to shove the wire all the way to the armpit side of the channel to get them in a more comfortable position - the pictures I've uploaded have the wires a little on the gore side, so it looks like it's poking into my side.
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    Black colorway

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    Didn't fit

    Too small for me. The wires are on the shorter/narrower size. Can't really comment too much on this bra, I need to go up a cup.

    Updated on Feb 22, 2014 Flag this


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    Didn't fit

    Even though the fit wasn't perfect, I actually kind of liked this one. The fabric seemed pretty soft, and I didn't feel itchy in it. If the cups were a little bit wider, it probably would've been perfect. The depth was fine, just needed that extra bit of space around the perimeter of the cups to suite my somewhat shallow boobs.

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on Nov 08, 2013 Flag this


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    Didn't fit

    B. Plunges aren't the right size for me, but this bra feels incredibly comfortable regardless. Had to shift the wires to the outside to make the gore comfortable, but total comfort after that.

    Updated on Apr 11, 2013 Flag this


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    Didn't fit

    I'm not totally sure if this bra is the wrong cup size or the wrong style for me or both. I don't think this bra is suited for full on bottom or for boobs that do not lay naturally towards the center. The fabric is pretty thin and see-through.

    Updated on Feb 20, 2013 Flag this


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    Didn't fit

    REVIEW #2, band measurement went down, bust measurement up

    This is one of my only soft cups, and it gives me a bit of a modesty problem as my nipples don't line up with the seams.

    This is fairly comfortable for me except for the centre gore which is slightly too wide and rests on my breast tissue. This also doesn't help with the underarm fat/breast tissue that I've got resting there, and the sides are too low for me, so I need to re adjust fairly often.

    Since it's cheap I've just been wearing it with a cotton pad under the gore to make it comfortable.

    The top of the cups is currently cutting in a bit though there's some space near the nipple which I don't fill completely.

    The fabric feels nice, and I like the girly touches though this colourway walks a fine line between fresh/feminine and granny.

    Updated on Dec 04, 2012 Flag this


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    Didn't fit

    I honestly love this bra. However, it is too small in the cup size and the band is very tight. I do like my bands to be tight around my torso though, so to me that isn't a negative. The underwire digs in under my breasts, but I believe this is only because of the cup size being too small. Because of that, my nipples also sometimes show through the lace top. Not that it matters, because the fabric is so thin that when it's cold you can see them just as well anyway. Overall though, I do love this bra and will continue wearing it until I can order a bigger size. Although I'm debating buying a slightly different style, I still want to try different versions in the Freya brand.

    Updated on Dec 02, 2012 Flag this


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    Didn't fit

    This bra is comfortable but the cups don't work. It doesn't quite cover up near my underarms, but I don't fill the cups. After a heavy swoop and scoop, I'm quad boobing on my larger breast, and wrinkles appear near the nipple area.

    Band and underwires near the centre are very comfortable though.

    Updated on Nov 17, 2012 Flag this


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    Didn't fit

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    Brown colorway

    This bra is not owned any more

    Added on Nov 17, 2013



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    Didn't fit

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    Added on Jun 18, 2013



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