Currently I am looking for bras which accentuates the volume of my bust. I struggle to show much shape in clothing despite my measurements suggesting that my bust has some level of projection. I would appreciate any tips and bra recommendations that would help me achieve this.
About the bra: I have to say I am very much surprised at how good this makes my boobs look! I didn't think I could achieve this much cleave in a bra without tons of padding. I'm especially pleased about how the height of the cup is kind to my (what I believe are) short roots.
The cons: Again, as with every bra ...I've tried so far, there is still the issue of there being a bit too much room in the bottom of the cup and I measure the cup to be about 0.5 inches wider than where my root begins (around 5.6 inches). The bra did create slightly sore marks around the 8th hour of wear during a busy work shift where I'm constantly moving which, again, there's been very few bras I've worn that have not done this excluding the M&S Sumptuously Soft range. This leads me to believe it could instead be an issue with material as most of the bras I've worn so far have had frilly and lacy edges to the cups.
To be honest this bra, appearance-wise, looks to be one of the best fitting bras I've worn. However, on closer inspection, it still has the fit issues as just about every other bra I've tried.
At this point, any help or corrections you can suggest to me regarding these constant fit issues would be wonderful! Read more 168 more words
Most of the reviews on Amazon mentioned how great this was for wide set breasts, but it's very comfortable for my close set breasts, as well, due to the gore being so low. I haven't had any slips yet, and it gives amazing cleavage. Other bras dig into my breast tissue due to center fullness, and I'd have to customize a bra with overlapping wires to solve the problem. I tend to stick to plunge bras until I can customize a Polish bra. The wires also run narrower than other bras I've tried, which was perfect for me. I love this bra.
I accidentally bought this size because it was listed on Amazon as 28F but apparently the listing was showing the US size. I love the color and since it was insanely cheap I decided to keep it for when I need extra cleavage - my breasts are wide-set so cleavage is hard to come by! I wish the 28 band had two hooks rather than one as I feel like the band will wear out sooner and gives less support than it would with two hooks.
I love this bra. The gore is nice and low and the cups fit true to size. I would say it has average projection. The only thing I would change about it is that I really wish the band had two hooks rather than just one! I think in the large band sizes it might have more hooks but in the 28 band, there is only one hook.
This bra is a bit of an enigma to me. It fits very badly from a technical standpoint. The wires are too wide and low, the cups are too shallow and separate, and the straps are very slacky. But it is very comfortable, very supportive, and gives great cleavage in spite of all this.
I love this bra. I'm deeply confused by it, but I love it. I'm not sure if it would be like this new, as I bought it used. But I'm glad I got it and it's satin counterpart. They have served me well.
This bra is much more giving and relaxed than the satin plunge. The band is more stretchy and the straps are more giving. I like the fit of the lace version more, but both are good bras, in my opinion.
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).