I like this bra. I have a constant problem of finding bras where the cup is deep enough but the underwire isn't too wide and tall. I used to constantly have to alter my underwire (ie bend the crap out of it, remove it, slide out and trim it, etc). The freya underwire is much more narrow and not as tall. I in no way have to alter the wire, its perfect as it is. the cup is a little shorter than what I used to normally wear. I will say I liked the Freya Firecracker a bit better. The straps aren't quite a comfortable. and the top of the cup just makes me feel like it might slip as i am bending down, crawling under desks while I run wiring etc. it doesn't actually slip, so I wear this bra fine, just not quite as confident in its ability for something not to shift/slip.
I tried the 30GG and the band was way too small. So I tried the 32FF, and the band is mostly good. I don't fill out the cup fully since I have short roots, and I'm having some pain when wearing it. I'm still undecided if I'm going to keep it or not, it's a bit of an awkward fit but looks cute.
After wearing this bra for a couple of weeks, I now feel as though it is a great fitting bra. I have gone back to wearing a couple other bras lately, but they just don't provide the right amount of support.
Initially I thought that this bra fit tight, but in retrospect I know that it's actually a proper fit. I almost forget I am wearing it throughout the day most days.
The one complaint I have is that the straps, since they're a slick material, like to work loose. This results in the straps falling off my shoulders sometimes, which can be awkward.
The material of this bra is pretty strange, but it feels good and the translucency of the upper cup is kind of sexy.
I really couldn't stand the shape that this bra gave me, though. I have soft, pendulous breasts with a pretty even shape and this bra didn't give much lift. There was pretty much a straight line from my collar bones to my nipples, which for my particular body shape just made my breasts look saggy and torpedo-like.
Someone who was a bit firmer and more self supported would probably fill out this bra really nicely without having the funny shape problems that I had.
For me, this bra fits well, gives a great round profile and supports well. However, the material is quite boring, but at the same time visibile through tight-fitting tops, which means that it's neither good-looking nor practical. The material is in two layers, probably fused together, however, the upper one has started to "move" and wrincle just a bit.
It as a sligtly lower center and is the closest to the Freya Polyanna I've found in 28GG.
1. Love the shape, it gives to my breastshttps://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> (a round shape). 2. Tight band (good). 3. I have to set up the bra straps to offten. 4. Love the bra in the fuchsia colourhttps://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> 5. The cups are almost like 30ff, much bigger then, for example, matilda or greta. 6. I like soft, fabric bras and I don't like very much the high wires on the front.
Naturally nude color. Wires seem to be narrow enough for me. Cuts in under my arm/front of chest/where my pectoral muscle goes up into my arm (frequent problem for me). It wrinkles quite a bit toward the center/top of the cup, perhaps because I'm not full enough on top to fill it. The gore goes up a bit high on me, but I can't decide if I find it uncomfortable or not.
This technically fit but it created a very unflattering shape because of the shallowness. It flattened the bottom of my breasts, making a rocket launch pad. Not pretty. But everything else about this bra is nice. The material is soft but not too stretchy. I love the metal clasps on the straps. It seems typical of Freya quality and is a nice bra.