This bra is a little scratchy, but overall, it gives a great shape and is comfortable. It runs quite a bit larger in the cups. My measurements are 30:10, and I wear a 30FF in this style perfectly. My advice would be to go one to two cup sizes down.
ahhhhhhhhh, comfy. These cups run tall and full, so size down in cup, probably the same as other same cut freya unlined bras. The wires are narrow enough which is a huge relief, and the tops give me no trouble in either direction. Filling the bottom with some wrinkling on small side on top. [fot, tall roots]. The purple with green is BRIGHT, While some love this color I'd prefer the black with blue.
So this is my second attempt at buying a Freya bra after only buying Curvy Kate for a few years. The first one was a 30HH plunge, but I know now that it was definitely a mistake to go by my usual CK size. I went one cup size down when I got this one, but it appears to still be slightly too big for me, My biggest problem is actually the height of the cup and centre gore. I usually expect a plunge bra to sit quite low on my sternum, which is good for me, as I have close-set breasts. This one, however, sits really high. The ...gore is even higher than on all of my other bras, most of which are balconnets. The cup height means that while my breasts fill the bottom of he cup, there appears to be a lot of loose fabric above them. I found that the band fit best with the middle row of hooks clasped and it does stretch further than I expected for a 30 band, so I'd say it runs a bit large in that regard as well. Read more 81 more words