What a shocker, I was expecting this bra to not fit. I bought it anyways to try just because I couldn't withhold my curiosity for this bra celebrity. I went for the Taylor because it is so cute! The stripes point the eyes to the cleavage. The bra is smooth under shirts, except maybe the top part because of the velvet detailing. I have narrow, shallow ( starts high), FOT, and close together boobs. This bra is usually not recommended for shallow breasts, but this bra works for me! There is no gapping anywhere, although I may need to size up because it is tight in the cups. ...Its just being masked because of how open the center is. Since the gore is low, it does not hurt at all. I think the wire is sitting on some of my tissue near the gore though, but that seems to happen with all my bras. The cleavage this bra gives me is phenomenal for a bra with no push up padding. Now I understand the hype over this bra. I think I will purchase in the other styles and colors now!! I heard that the Taylor runs smaller than the other decos so maybe I will have to try a 28 D? Read more 104 more words
This bra is so pretty! I have it in Charcoal, and it has green velvet and ribbon along the top of the cups.
I read some reviews that said that one should order up a cup size in the Taylor. I didn't find that to be the case - I think the cups fit (and are the same measurements) as any other Deco. I think that if you have top-heavy breasts, there might be more of a need to size up as the stitching along the top of the cup isn't flexible, so won't stretch with the rest of the cup, and might give a bit of a quad-boob.
I bought this when I was first fitted for a bra 'properly', and thought that I was a 32E. I will have to shorten the band on this bra to make it a perfect fit (my ribcage is 29").
I have breasts that start very high up on my chest and this bra did not cut in on top. I think it would work for other medium-sized shallow breasted women too. I didn't get amazing cleavage from this bra, but that's not what I was after so it's fine.
The bra is very stiff and the cup is firmly molded, and I like the velvet ribbon detailing on the cup edge. Because the cups are so stiffly molded it gapped on me when I sat down, but fit perfectly standing up. It isn't too noticeable under a shirt though.
Minimal difference to the Deco Plunge. The Cups are a bit more "closed", and it runs a bit smaller than the normal Deco. I altered the band of my Taylor down to a 28E, and the cups fit, but somehow they flatten my boobs a bit, I prefer my normal Deco.
I wasn't expecting this to fit as I have tried on a few 30DD recently in similar styles - namely the Freya Deco & Deco Honey which had too narrow a cup for me (so I could feel the outer underwire digging in to breast tissue under my arm) and too round/deep a shape - so I had some cup gapeage at the top and almost too much bra over the top area of my bottom heavy boobs! I tried it on halfheartedly only to find not that it was stunning but actually fitted pretty perfectly, shocker! The cup shape is not as large/full coverage as ...I found the Deco to be - it's more like a normal plunge/half shape meaning I fill the cup perfectly without doubleboobing or having empty space (like I do with Deco).
I ordered this online in the irrestible Charcoal/Teal colourway, soooo gorgeous! Plain and smooth but with enough detail for it to be special. Ideally I would have liked to try 30E also (as this is what I seem to be in the Freya halfcup styles) but this wasn't available to order...fingers crossed it stands the test of time and is comfortable. Yay! Read more 92 more words