I have shallow, moderately wide breasts that are moderately conical in shape.
Like the other Jasmine & Ginger Multiway Pushup Bra (DB21525) I purchased at this same time, this was a $5 sale find at Dillards that surprised the heck out of me. A strapless bra that's moulded and pushup? I couldn't believe it fit well!
It's definitely a cheap bra, but it's fairly comfortable. My biggest complaint is that the band is too stretchy for me. I mean, I know that ideally I should be wearing a 28DD instead of a 30D, but most straplesses work fine for me in 30D. ... This one could use some of those silicone strips that line the band in many strapless bras.
It's fairly comfortable, no complaints there. The pushup pads in the bottoms of the cups are absolutely giant. I feel like there's more pad than space in the cup.
This is technically a multiway bra; there are straps included. I find that most strapless bras aren't really shaped right or comfortable enough to use with straps, and this one isn't an exception. You can, however, wear this as a racerback, regular, halter, strapless, or asymmetrical if you wish. The straps are very long and fully adjustable.
I wouldn't exactly call it a pretty bra...but then again, salmon and zebra stripes really aren't my thing.
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