About me: Tall roots, low set, centre-full, projected but self-supporting, even vertical fullness, average-to-narrow roots but functionally narrow, somewhat close set, firm tissue. Average width shoulders but muscular-ish.
Overview: Gorsenia is one of my top favourite bra brands. Their styles are very beautiful, the construction is consistent and high quality, and the shape fits me well. Gorsenia is my "summer bra" go-to brand because their bras are soft, unlined and very light and breathable. They also look good if you're wearing a lower neckline or strappy top. The Charlotte is typical Gorsenia: light breathable fabric, deep round bowl, 3-piece cup ... construction, narrow deep UU shape wires, tight band. Most Gorsenia bras are great for FOT and/or centre-full shapes who need a lot of cup depth and immediate projection at the wire. Often it is advised to order one cup size down and sometimes one band up in Gorsenia as they run very deep/large in the cup and tight in the band. I used to order 65K in Gorsenia and it would fit me well, but I have lost weight and I find 65J fits me perfectly, maybe a little loose in the band, but not a lot. The 65 band fits more like a 60.
Details: This bra is a very, very pale silvery pink with some silver thread embroidery on the mesh part of the cup. This bra matches my pale skin tone very well and is almost invisible under light coloured shirts on me. I bought it last year, and have lost weight since so it no longer fits me very well in the cups, but I like it enough to order it again in the next size down (65J) which seems to be a perfect fit in Gorsenia for me now.
When I wear it now the straps cling on to the edge of my shoulders (haven't fallen off though!), the gore is very bitey, and the cups wrinkle around the edges, as you can see in my pictures. This is because it is now the wrong size though, not a shape mismatch, and no reflection on the quality of the bra.
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