This by far is the bra I was most excited about getting! It was recommended that this bra band ran small and to size up and the cup ran big. Since this model started at a 70/32 bandsize, I went with what would be a “sister size” to a 65/30H. So glad I did! This bra is freaking amazing! The colors, oh my gosh the colors!! Beautiful soft delicate blue with a light airy hint of floral. The band is a bit stretchy so I can comfortably wear it on the center set of hooks. The back band of course ran small and fits more like a loose ...65/30 band. There are 3x3 hooks on the back. The wires are narrow and cups projected with a narrow gore! Perfect and just what I need. Center gore has a lovely dark aquamarine gem on a tiny bow. Straps are really cute polka dot fulfills adjustable elastic straps. The cups are thicker on the lower portions with a stretch lace along the top of the cup. Perfect for weight fluctuations in breast size. Love love loooove!!! Read more 76 more words
NOTE: This is a narrower Gorsenia. The Bratabase average may be correct for narrower models. Please view the individual bra measurements to ensure you purchase what will best fit.
This bra is turquoise, not green as my phone camera suggests.
Overview: Narrow, deep cups, low wings, supportive and soft fabric. This is a grand bra for the narrow rooted, even, center full breast community. However, prepare to alter the upper gore width if you are close set.
Details: Gorgeous!! Gorsenia has opulent aesthetics mastered.
Excellent immediate and center projection.
A 60K Comexim unlined bra was too small for me. Gorsenia half cups and unlined bras are, perhaps, 3 sizes larger than ...Comexim half cups and unlined bras. Definitely check measurements. And, add measurements. Thank you https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" />
The wires are softer than the hard, biting wires of Panache/Cleo. And, the immediate projection is so good the wire did not bite into my ribs: it held firmly in my IMF. Celebrating.
Gorsenia has helped me understand why Comexim/Ewa Michalak/Curvy Kate/Freya/Cleo/Panache Unlined bras weren't fitting me: I need more center projection and a more narrow gore base. Read more 77 more words
When I first saw this bra online on the Gorsenia website, I really was not all that excited. It wasn't that I didn't like the style of the bra. It was the colour that bothered me. It looked fuschia, but not really fuschia...it looked kind of flat in colour (if that makes any sense all).
In my true M.O., I started looking for other photos of it - photos on Instagram, or other bloggers' sites...but, still, I came up with nothing. So at full price, I passed.
When it went on sale for 50% off though, I decided to ask MagdaBras4you to order it anyway.
A few ...days later, Magda received it and sent me photos of it .
Side note: I love Magda's photos. When she buys me a bra set, she sends me photos. She's in Poland and I am over here, across the Pond in Canada. It takes 2 weeks sometimes for stuff to come in the mail. So, she sends me photos. Magda knows that I am eager to see the true colour in daylight, to get the lens up close to see the details, the seams, the textures of the fabrics and intricacies of the lace and embroideries, etc. - all the stuff that you can't really see in stock photos. Am I alone here, in thinking, "ok. it's nice to see that bra and panties set on that perfectly coiffed body in perfect studio lighting from 15 feet away, but seriously. People. Show me the details. Show me what will make me want to buy your bra over someone else's. Especially if it costs more than $25..."
OK. Rant over. Back to my point: Madera is a gorgeous intense shade of fuschia that is feminine but all grown up. There is no punk rock or Barbie doll pink here.
If you're looking at my pics...see the one that's a close up of the gore charm. That's the best representation of the true colour.
And the lace is beautiful. It is thicker than the lace used on the last, black lace Gorsenia bra called Caren that I reviewed. It is much closer to the quality and texture of the lace used on an Ewa Michalak BM (just less stretchy).
The construction is classic 3-part soft cup balcony. Stretch lace on the outside. Colour-matched mesh lining on the inside. There is one vertical seam in the lower half of the cup and there's the diagonal/horizontal seam that creates the top of the cup.
Yes, there are clear plastic stability strips lining the top edges of the cups.
The cradle and gore and wings are all are covered in lace, and part of the straps have lace also.
The straps are nice and wide on this size. It's the one thing I like most about 65H versus 65G. The straps are wider at this size. They adjust all the way up to the lace.
The band itself is colour-matched powermesh. There is side-boning, but as shown in the photograph, it is soft and flexes easily. It causes me no discomfort whatsoever. There are 3 rows of 2 hooks and eyes. I consider it to be TTS. Super soft and comfortable.
The gore is adorned with a small satin bow and one of the more intricate crystal charms that I have seen.
This bra fits me wonderfully. I wore it for 24 hours straight and never adjusted it or wished I could rip it off. It gives a nice soft, natural but slightly rounded shape.
****However, it must be noted that this bra IS a 65H and I usually wear 65G in Gorsenia softcups. All 3 of the full lace softcups that I ordered from last season's collection were sized small and I had to re-order. Yes, it was an annoying sizing inconsistency, but at least it was consistently inconsistent - meaning all 3 full lace bras were smaller that the half knitwear/lace Gorsenias that I own.****
Measurements are recorded and demonstrate everything that I love about Gorsenia softcups: narrow U-shaped wires, deep cups with a lot of projection at the wire (without expecting bullet-like projection at the bra apex) and they don't eat my armpits with ultra-wide-set straps and high wings.
Classic mid-briefs/hipsters make the set. They are a perfect size S (fits more like a North America or UK size XS). Lace trim on the front and back is a nice extra. This cut is super comfortable for all day, every day wear, even for a Brazilian-loving girl like me. Read more 640 more words
The colour of this thing, omg! It's absolutely amazing. Grey-violet, so so nice.
AprilGoulding has raved about her Gorsenias and seeing as I'm trying to find options other than EM because of the inconsistencies with the brand, I decided to give it a try. It did not disappoint, however I think this might a cup too small for me (as this is technically 30G), but I'm afraid in 65J it will be too large? Does that make sense?
This bra checks a lot of marks for me.
At this size, the bra has three part cups with a horizontal seam, and a vertical seam with stretch lace on ...top. The support on these cups is superb! Seriously, they feel very sturdy but at the same time it doesn't feel bulky and the lace isn't scratchy or anything. The tension between stretch lace and bottom cup is even so there is no in cup quadding (which I get with a lot of stretch lace bras). It has very narrow wires (they really are EM narrow, honestly), but they don't feel so rigid they poke. Overall, the cups are comfortable, if a little too short at the sides (because the band is not very wide, I think). The shape, though! Perfect round shape (as round as it gets for me, heh). I've learned not to expect this shape and never seem to quite get it unless the bra is too small, so maybe in 65J I wouldn't get this same shape. Big big minus--the cups have the horrendous elastic on top. These, of course, cut in. If I take them off, will the stretch lace be able to support the tops of my boobs, though? I don't dare do it. The stretch lace does feel very flimsy... I'm afraid the elastic is what's holding the bra together.
The band is a 65 through and through. Equal to my EM 65s (the non-rogue ones). However, a big minus is that there are only two hooks and because of that I feel the stability of the bra suffers. I would be willing to pay extra to get that third row https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" />. The band doesn't feel too tight or too loose, just right.
The gore is not too wide, but it's wider than EMs. It tacks, no surprise there. The straps adjust long enough for me, surprisingly. They have very little stretch to them as well, so it's pretty lucky that they're long enough otherwise this bra would be unwearable for me.
Overall, I like this bra. It almost fits. Almost. I think I will wear it anyway as this is as close as I have to a fitting bra that is not EM right now.
edit: so I cut off the elastic. Not too much of a difference, but it does lose shape and get some in cup quadding without it. Read more 370 more words
In my size range, Gorsenia soft cups are deep with narrow wires, lower wings and narrower straps that aren't as wide set as EM...they are awesome for my petite frame.
Pale mint colour with embroidery in mint, vanilla and cream. So pretty!
Small bow with a crystal at the gore.
Band is smaller 65 than KL. More like an EM 65. I can't go tighter than the first set of hooks.
Light material...great support even in summer. It's SLIGHTLY sheer.
I can't say enough good.
In stock photos, the panties look like boyshorts, but in size S, on me, they are more like hipsters are full bikinis. The material is soft mucrofibre and the sheer embroidered sides match the top of the bra. Also - a true small. As in smaller than EM 36 briefs. Love.
Thanks to MagdaBras4you for helping me get Gorsenias (and Krisline and EM) for me.
My shape: FOB, soft tissue, narrow roots and shoulders, projected Appearance: Simply stunning light blue bra, with really elegant orange and silver embroidery. These Polish lingerie companies really know how to make a beautiful bra! The gore has a tony blue crystal charm, and the embroidery design travels up the straps, as well. Fit: Sadly, this bra doesn't fit me in many different areas. Just as MamaPagan warned me, the straps are too wideset, which I thought would be avoided if I ordered the 65 band instead of the 70. I was wrong. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> The cups are full and deep, but have major gaping ...for me. I think this is because the fabric is non-stretch mesh. This would work better for someone who has more even fullness, and perhaps even someone who is FOT. I may try to move the straps over and pinch the tops of the cups at the gore to tighten them up a bit, but I'm afraid I would just ruin the bra. I'll probably list this to see if anyone here wants to buy it, and if not, I may attempt the bra surgery. Read more 84 more words
NOTE: This is a narrower Gorsenia. The Bratabase average may be correct for narrower models. Please view the individual bra measurements to ensure you purchase what will best fit.
Whoa! I ordered this K221 (K200+ series) bra to test my hypothesis: there are two or more unlined Gorsenia patterns. This is the same size as my 65H Caramel, K000-K199 series. And, as I suspected, these are very different bras!! Bratabase continues to flag my measurements because of these differences. Please read more so you won't be bamboozled by the pattern differences.
The 65H differences (K200+ vs K000-199): Gore--1" shorter than the K000-K199 models. Cup width--1.2" more narrow than K000-K199 Cup depth--.7" deeper ...than K000-K199 Wire length--.9" shorter than K000-K199
These are dramatic dimensional differences, and I contend they are different patterns. The K000-K199 series fits wider, immediately projected, center-full breasts whereas the K200+ fits narrow, immediately projected, center-full breasts. 4.8" of width and 10.7" of depth: Cheri is incredibly narrow and deep.
Looking at the photos, you'll see I can't fill this cup. But, the 65H Caramel was a bit small. When selecting one of these lovely bras, please pay attention to model numbers and read the individual measurements per bra rather than the average. The average in Bratabase today excludes data from the K000-K199 models because it is so different from the K200+ models. So, if you order a K150 model, Bratabase will tell you it has a narrow cup width which is incorrect.
The color is gorgeous. I had little light today, but the color is a purple brown--mauve. This is one of my favorite "nude-ish" bra designs.
The cup, like several other Gorsenia models, provides excellent center projection. The gore width remains too wide for me at .8". The immediate projection may be great in this model, but when a cup is too narrow and I can't fit near the wire, I conclude otherwise. Someone more narrow than I will tell you the immediate projection is excellent https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" /> The fabric is lightweight and supportive. And, the low gore height a welcome relief from the K000-K199's 1" taller gore.
The 4.8" cup width was too narrow for my comfort. If you have center-full, narrow, immediately projected breasts, you'll want to try the @Gorsenia K200+ models. Wider, projected, center-full breasts, try Gorsenia K000-199 models.
That lace and embroidery though! There's no denying they are both beautiful details plus this wine red color is delicious. Another soft cup pretty from Gorsenia that is checking all the right boxes! The fit is fantastic going one cup size down again for my FOB and pendulous shape. Band is TTS. 😍❤️💯
My first Black Friday package arrived, and this bra is very appropriately an excellent everyday black bra that fits https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> My shape - short roots, average to narrow roots, even fullness and some inner fullness. I need a lot of immediate projection, short wire/wing, average projection in the middle of the cup, and a gore that's rather wide at the bottom but not too wide at the top, and cups that have room for inner fullness. This bra works so well for all of this! One thing that works for me, but I can imagine might be a problem on someone with narrower shoulders ...are the wide set straps. A bit about construction and materials - the two lower parts of the cup, only the top lace part of the cup is made from two layers of fabric. The cup is made fully from non stretch fabrics - which gives a very secure fit. The cup depth I've measured just by placing the measuring tape in the cup, when measuring by stretching the cup on the knee the depth is 34cm. The top of the cup is closed off with a thin piece of transparent plastic. This is actually quite soft, and it wasn't uncomfortable while wearing it. I don't have the feeling that it makes the cup more closed on top, I think it's just there to reinforce the embroidery, because the edge of the tulle is cut to follow the pattern of the embroidery. The shape the bra gives is round and uplifted. The materials are sturdy and the bra is well made. The design is simple but the bra looks quite pretty for a basic black bra. One other thing to mention is that there is side boning. It's not uncomfortable although I'm not usually a fan. The wires are quite firm but not too tall under the arm, with a wing of 11cm. The band is made from one layer of material and it runs true to size. From what I've seen, the sizing for both cups and band have been very consistent in Gorsenia bras. Overall this is a very nice basic black bra that's already made its way in my daily rotation. Read more 263 more words
This was my second attempt at finding a padded half cup that fits from Gorsenia via Othereden.co.uk. My first was 65E - Gorsenia » Margo Padded Balconette (K280) which was a little bit too small in the cup. Patti fits much better, and it's fun to finally have a really vibrant color in my bradrobe again. Just look at that coral! This model comes with cookie pockets, unlike Margo. It's the ideal cut for me - ample room at the wire, tapers enough on top that I don't spill out, but doesn't cut into my roots at all. My only quibble is that the back closure materials can be a little scratchy on my sensitive skin for the first few wears. Full review on my blog!
The cut of this bra seems the same as the @ Verona Soft Underwire Bra, however the material of this bra is not as soft as Verona. This bra suits my shape well..it has room at the gore for my centre fullness and the wires are suitably narrow, the cups are deep and projected, and provides good support and shape for my soft breast tissue.
This bra feels made for me, right down to the pretty details and colors. Really narrow wires and perfect projection. The only things about this bra that are a little less awesome are the loose embroidery and the total roundness of the cups. I know a lot of women like that really round shape, but I am always looking for a slightly more natural or retro look. I expect that from Polish companies though. I can wear this bra for hours and still feel very comfortable. Love it.
Gorsenia styles listed in ascending order of immediate projection: Deep Plunge Half-padded Fully padded Unlined
This is a delightful orange sherbet- like, half- padded Gorsenia. It is more immediately projected than the deep plunge, but less projected than the fully-padded model. The apex projection, is excellent. This style will fit shallow-average breasts with apex projection needs very well, but is not ideal for the more immediately projected among us. Additionally, firmer breasts will fit better because my melted-marshmallow-soft, center-full breasts quad near the cup seam at the gore. Firmer and less-center full breasts will fit well in this model.
Despite it not fitting me, it is exceptionally comfortable. The cotton-lined cups are SO ...soft. The lace doesn't bother my sensitive skin. The color looks fantastic on both dark and pale skin. Personally, this color causes me to smile. It reminds me of the many times my grandmother purchased orange sherbet for me 35+ years ago. <3 If you like soft materials, this is a great option. My experience with these padded bras ensure more in my future.
The band is one layer; not my preferred level of support. But, it is true to size, non-irritating, and effortless to wear.
Love this bra, but it doesn't fit my projected pair as well as the fully padded Toffee....in the same color, of course https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";-)" /> Read more 114 more words
The bra gods are smiling upon me! I must be cashing in all my good karma points, because this is perfection! It’s a gorgeous muted dusty purple color. It gives a round uplifting shape that I adore. There aren’t any bells or whistles, just a few tiny bows located on the center gore and where the straps meet the cup. The lace is supportive with just the right amount of stretch. Wires are really narrow and I love it! I get a good tack on the center gore. Straps are a wide elastic that are soft and fully adjustable. Back band is firm with evenly distributed elastic so no digging in. I’m about to email Gorsenia and ask them to make this in every color!
Oh good gravy. Cakes. On. A. Plate! But I’m not complaining. I’ve been looking for a vertical seamed bra for a while. I ordered this the same time I ordered my Arctic, so I ordered this 65H. I’m glad I didn’t go for an I cup. The cups would have been way too wide and the straps too far apart for me. I do feel the cups are more of a shallow wide fit compacted to their soft cups and semi-soft cups. Back band is true to size for a 30, with a 2x3 hooks. Straps are fully detachable front and back and fully adjustable. So you could ...easily swap out straps to clear or something fancy if you have them or wish to purchase some. The inside of the cup has cookie pockets, but the bra did not come with any. If you don’t like the cookie pockets, they are only attached at the wire and can easily be removed by cutting it out. There’s a pretty nude lace overlay, over nude cups. There is a small disco ball looking gem on the center gore along with a mesh covered keyhole cutout. I get a soft-tack with this bra most likely due to a shallower cup. This bra gives me an extremely round In Yo Face boobs. Again, not complaining. Sometimes I want a little extra oomph. Read more 120 more words
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!) Read more 224 more words
Havana fits exactly how I have come to expect Gorsenia softcups to fit me - PERFECTLY!!!
Narrow wires, deep cups and a TTS band.
One of the things that I love about Gorsenia bras is that they are perfect for my small frame: the straps are perfectly placed and not too wide, the wings are boned and just the right height, the cups are narrow, deep, projected and cover on the sides without eating my armpits and the band is firm and supportive even with only 2 hooks.
Havana is a gorgeous shade of lavender satin with stretch lilac and lavender lace. It has pale lilac satin bows on the ...straps and a small lilac bow with a clear crystal charm on the gore.
The panties that match this set are classic briefs, made from matching sueded microfiber. I never wore briefs before buying Gorsenia...however I have a thing about wearing matching sets and and if a brazil or thong isn't available, then I have no choice. But, I have come to learn that Gorsenia panties, no matter what the cut, are awesome. They are always comfortable, full coverage and because they are cut so well and trimmed with lace they never look like granny panties!!
Gorsenia soft cups give me everything that I like about Ewa Michalak half lace BMs at a much lower price point and in a greater variety of styles and colours!! In fact, they are the power horses in my bra drawer...perfect for everyday wear.
Thank you to MagdaBras4you for helping me get this set https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> Read more 160 more words
Starting Notes This is the second of 6 reviews I will do on a Polish bra haul! My New Years resolution was to not let hesitation or fear stop me from doing things, and buying bras is a weak spot for me. I'm constantly afraid of losing money, which means I never try new things and usually just buy bras listed, or buy deeply discounted off of Brastop. I've wanted to really try Polish bras for YEARS, and what happiness did worry and hesitation bring me??? None!! SO, despite a few mild spouts of panic, and lots of process of elimination, I took a risk and ordered... SIX bras ...at once!!! I ordered from OtherEden, and got them for I feel like a steal. I spend about 145 USD, so like $24 a bra, PLUS free shipping, AND the promise of easy US returns if needed. So... I took the plunge!! And luckily was happily rewarded. Now I need to hurry and see if I can get matching panties!! Anyway... On to the bra review!
Wires Measures as wide, and does sit a bit wide on me, leaving some empty space on the side. Aren't sprung due to loose band. And despite that, THE most painful wires at the gore! What's with these tall gores and hard wires??! But, they're less of that dramatic deep U shape, which fits my root shape better.
Cup Shape Round, but shallow. The fabric is a bit stretchy, so cups are techinically a bit too big for me. I just barely fill it, but hard to tell and still very wearable. Due to the extra seam on the sides, it works as a tight side panel which means I don't slip to the sides of the cups after swooping and scooping. Extremely open on top.
Projection Immediate seems pretty good for a balconnette, and there's definitely some at the center. Were the wires narrower, I could see this pushing me front and center more.
Band Too big. Needs altering. Doesn't seem to spring firm underwires much.
Straps So damned wide!! Attacking my armpits. Due to lace and strap trim, couldn't move closer in. With shortening the band, they'll be closer together in the back at least. Fully adjustable excluding front trim, and I would consider short. I'm petite from neck to waist, and need to start them nearly fully loosened.
Appearance Wow!! What stunning embroidery! The photos made it look like RED on black, but actually, it's fuchsia! A bit disappointed as I've wanted a red and black sheer lace bra forever, but it looks SO pretty in person so I can't be mad. Looks good on too.
Comfort Gore is MURDER. Would need to replace with softer and possibly shorter wires. I could see straps being irritating to armpit after a while. Otherwise, fabrics are extremely soft.
Summary I seem to be charmes by fabrics this time around, haha... Despite the painful gore, I think it's worth keeping. I know how to alter bras so hopefully that will happen soon!! https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_razz.gif" alt=":P" /> Read more 391 more words
I've been looking a simple, every day beige bra that wasn't so precious (I.e. $) that I'd be worried about wearing it to work. I'm a meal prep chef and I often splash oil or sauce on myself and even with an apron, every now and again something will seep through. If oil stained and ruined a $100 bra, I'd lament for days.
Anyways...I read here on BtB that this style was narrow with deep cups so I took a chance and ordered 65G.
It's pretty much a perfect fit. And, it's pretty for a beige bra.
Is it an EM? No. Absolutely not. But, to be honest, ...it's not far off my bibi Blanca in terms of style and fit and quality, too. I'd say just 1/2 step down with difference in band firmness being notable.
For the money, I'll happily wear it cooking.
It gives a slightly less rounded shape than my bibi, but I like the natural profile for everyday wear. The straps are nice and not too wide set. And yes, the wires are very, very narrow. So narrow, that when I took this bra out of the box, my first thought was, "there is no way this is going to be big enough." But...Perfect. Awe-sum-ness.
I'll load more pics and measures tonight. Read more 108 more words
Oh man, this is so close to being my Goldilocks bra that I could cry. I ordered this Gorsenia thinking it would be worth a try, even though most spacer bras don't have enough immediate projection for me. When it arrived I got super excited, because what I didn't realize about this spacer foam is that it's transparent! It's so thin it functions almost just like an unpadded bra would and works perfectly for me with my rather pendulous shape.
Also good is the low gore (it could be a tad narrower for me, but it's low enough that it's comfy) and the color (their "beige" is pale enough ...to be a good nude for my super pale skin). The wires are nice and not too firm, almost narrow enough for me like most other Gorsenia models I've tried. I had meant to order a larger cup size, but Other Eden decided this converted to a 32F - I think it's more of an E, really, but the cups are stretchy enough that the depth works for me.
It would be amazingly comfortable if not for two things - the wings and the band. The way the straps connect to the foam makes the wings a bit higher than I'd like (I think it would work better for someone with a longer torso), and the seams there where they attach are a bit scratchy in my armpits. The band also has a scratchy feel to it, especially near the hooks and the lace part in the front between the cups. Any of the seams where elastic attaches, basically. It's comfortable for a little while, then I became super aware of everything and kept having to adjust things where they were scratching me. The band was also tight for a 32 (an extender will help for now, but throws off the strap placement for me). It just didn't feel like other Gorsenia bands to me, much lower quality material in the band than I'm used to with their more satiny bras.
I'm really hoping this will get more comfortable with wear, because I love everything else about the bra. It looks great under shirts and is really breathable in the heat. I'm tempted to try the 75E and see how that would work, but worry it might go even further into my armpits and be too wide. Just sooooooo close, grr. Read more 290 more words