I'm not sure why I didn't do this before, but instead of using what my bra size is "supposed" to be, I looked at measurements of each size of the Gorsenia bras in my range, compared them to the 70G Ewas I have that fit me, and found out that in Gorsenia, 65I is my "perfect" size. I know that seems like a "duh!" sort of thing for most of you, but I just assumed, "Gorsenia bras don't fit me because the 32:9 that is my size doesn't fit!" Silly me.
So I purchased this from another Bratabaser, so it was cheaper than buying full price. I ... like the fact that Gorsenia bras are narrow and projected and less expensive than Ewa Michalak bras! With all of the problems and slowness happening at Ewa, I was concerned I wouldn't have a "backup" bra brand to use in case stuff gets worse. I'm really glad I tried Gorsenia, because it fits almost as well as my BMs, with a few tweaks. I had to move one strap narrower, but that's normal for me, and I have to do that with just about all of my bras. (I've gotten rally good and fast at that strap surgery!) The cups, since they aren't made of the stretch lace like BM styles, have some gaping at the top of the cup, but it's not noticeable underneath a shirt, so it doesn't bug me. The gore tacks a little too well, but it doesn't hurt; I'm wearing it now, so we will see after a full day of wearing if it leaves marks or not. If it does, as long as it doesn't turn painful, I'll continue to wear it.
This bra is nicely understated, and a perfect "flesh/beige" tone for me.
Overall, I like this bra! Now I have to figure out which ones are the same "style" or whatever so I can find different ones to get in the future.
(I'll update measurements and pictures later tonight!)
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