It is my first bra from UK, and it is perfect! I have purple one(the official name of colour is "Bordeaux"), and it is beautiful. It is little bit pointy, but fits me well. I removed pads from this bra https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> There is only one thing I feel uncomfortable: strap. Its strap is quite tight. That's the reason why I do NOT check "Excellent" for Comfort of this bra. I have full on top. I have no idea about shallowness...But after checking some bras and reviews, I found that similar bras always fit for shallow boobs. Well then, I might be shallow too https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> The staff of bra shop(where I bought this bra) said its cup is not problem, but band length is little bit SMALL for usual "32" size. So it fits well for people who have slender underbreast and relatively bigger (standing)bust.
The Great Amazon Prime Wardrobe Try-On, Part 4! My shape: projected, soft tissue, narrow shoulders and roots, FOB Fit: Whoa, talk about center spillage. This is not a great bra for someone who needs center coverage. One little move and I'm popping out the front. I mean, I guess I should have expected that with a plunge bra, but this one is SUPER plungey. These wires are too wide, as well as the straps. (sigh, I type that a lot) The wires are eating my armpits and heading towards my back, even. Appearance: Blindingly white lace bra. There's a little G charm at the gore. I appreciate the tag, by the size label, that says, "Checking your boobs could save your life."
The band was very loose - I could have put it on the tightest setting and it still wouldn't have been tight enough. The cups were way larger than expected. I ordered the size predicted by the calculated for me because this was suggested as a brand that makes shallow bras. I could easily go down two cup sizes in this bra.
This bra is absolutely huge on me. It is easily two, maybe three cups too big for me. I have some other bras in 42DDD (42E) that fit, but went up a band to see if it would be more comfortable. I should have gone down two to three cups. To get to fill in the cup even the tiniest bit, I had to pull the bra down almost to my waist. As soon as I removed them from the package I knew they wouldn't fit. Also, the coverage seems way more than should be there for a plunge. I think I'm going to try other sizes because this bra has the possibility of being comfortable for me (the gore is much lower than others I've tried and maybe with a smaller cup it will be even shorter).
I really, really wanted to love this bra. The Twilight Blue was gorgeous on the website and just as pretty in person. It was on the higher end of what I prefer to pay for bras, and the quality is definitely there, but it just didn't give me the shape I would have liked or the magical cleavage I expected based on the pictures.
I resized myself as a 28G a few months ago, as I have a 27" rib cage, but I'm finding that some of my 28G bras cause too much rubbing against my ribs, leaving them really sore at the end of the day. For ...that reason (and because this bra starts at a 30 band), I decided to try the 30FF. In terms of fit, I have no complaints. Looking at it in the packaging, I thought the cup would be way too big, but once it was actually on, it fit great. After a scoop-and-swoop I have a tiny bit of quadding along the inside edge of the cups, but it goes away once everything settles. The straps didn't feel too wide and they adjusted more than enough for me; the underwire felt comfortably tight, and while the bra did push the girls together, I didn't feel like they squished or flattened them any.
Now, the reason I'm not keeping this bra is because it gives me a pointier shape than I'd like. Not super pointy, but 'natural' pointy. Still, I prefer a more rounded silhouette, so this is a problem for me. The other issue is that I don't actually have much cleavage in most bras, and I was hoping this bra would help out with that, but it didn't actually do too much. It helped a little, but I didn't really get much more than I get with Maddie (which isn't very much). I've seen reviews where people have said that you should go down a cup size if you want the amazing boost shown in some of the pictures, but I feel like there would be too much of an issue with quadding if I did that. I have FOB, self-supporting breasts with average-wide roots, and there's just a bit of separation between them--less than an inch, definitely, but still enough that I usually need to wear a bra with some kind of padding if I want really awesome cleavage. While this bra does have removable padding for smaller cup sizes (according to the website), there is none for larger cup sizes, so you have to depend on the bra's shape itself, and unfortunately for me, that didn't work out. Read more 397 more words
I was shocked this size fits but it does and I really like it. I can get a tiny quadding towards the inside corner but its not noticable in a shirt and the next cup up was too big. The lace doesn't show under my white tank top either so that is a win! And the back doesn't cause any bulging even though it is so narrow. I like that the straps are also narrow making it easier to wear with more summer options. The first day I wore it I even forgot to take it off in the evening lol. I love that the padding is not thick either and doesn't gap at the top like I typically have happen. The gore is short which also makes the bra more comfortable than many for me.
I thought this size would work as the 32dd was too big, but it seems I'm between 2 cup sizes, the 32d is definitely too small. The quality is excellent and the colour is a perfect nude for me, but unfortunately I'll have to give up this cut.
I was hoping to have a sexy red padded push up but the cups are a couple sizes too small and it's shallower than I think I'd ever be able to wear. I think it'll be good for short periods when I want some serious cleavage.
This bra is really tight. The band is minimum one size smaller and I'm not sure about the cup. I will order this one in 32C and 32D next time so I can compare them. I wear the bra with an extander and it's still too tight. The wire pokes my breast on both sides. I love the look of this bra, but it's so uncomfy that I don't wear it anymore.
I am absolutely falling out of this bra. I'm learning that I'm too center heavy for plunge bras, so it isn't entirely the bra's fault, but the cups are at least a size too small as well. The band is looser than I like it, even on the tightest hook, and it only has one hook per column! I couldn't believe it, I've never seen one like that before. The straps are quite thin and stretchy, but do adjust pretty far. There are two seams in each cup that run perpendicular, and I'm assuming their junction is where my nipple is supposed to go (though it certainly doesn't- I kind of tucked them back into the cups for the pictures). The lace on the cups is pretty.