Yvette is another beautiful semi-soft style from Kinga.
After Calluna experienced fit issues, I figured I would review it to show how it fits me in the exact same size (I have bigger breasts of a COMPLETELY different shape).
This form is the most deep and narrow of their semi-softs. That being said, I think I *could* take a bigger size (65H) but I like the lift and cleavage created by 65G and since I don't quad in it, I stay at this size despite always having a gore that floats at the top. It really is only at the top, is created by the fullness ...in my upper center quadrant and does not cause any discomfort. *This style is VERY good for showing this fit issue- it is sheer near the gore, so you can see that my breast tissue is far away from it. Thank you my dear implants for providing me with this all-around 360-degree projection 😜
Side note: next time I'll try the 65H to compare fit #brascience
The bottom of the cup is beige corsetry foam that is covered with a very stretchy black lace. (The inside of the foam is covered with soft black jersey.) The top/soft part of the cup is embroidered mesh. It is quite simple but lovely. Basic black satin bows and a crystal charm for decoration at straps and gore.
Band is black powermesh. Comfortable, TTS. In this size there are 3 rows of 2 hooks.
Matching thongs are very comfortable and a nice cut. TTS for a S in this brand.
I love this form from Kinga and will continue to buy more. Read more 167 more words
This was a from rachaelll. She offered it in exchange for the Panache Ava I had listed, and as I’d never tried this brand before, let alone anything like it, I decided to go for it. She said that it’s a little bit too big for her, which meant it might also not fit me, and in this case, my assumption was correct.
This bra doesn’t fit me in many ways, despite being a pretty and unique bra. The cups are a little bit too big, deep, and tall, yet the padded lower section somehow feels like it is too shallow and wants to slip ...out of my imf. Looking at the side profile, it has a look of depth at the wire. And the band feels snug and firm enough. It’s very strange, to be honest. I have a very odd fit from the side...it’s rather pointy and triangular (and not in a natural way), which I can’t tell if it’s a size issue or a shape/style issue. The straps feel wide and the whole thing is up in my pits and hugely uncomfortable. Is it a size issue? Would a smaller size fit better in this area? No idea. The embroidery in the armpit area is also a bit irritating, perhaps because it’s a tall cup.
Now there are several nice things about this bra, though nothing that outweighs the negative fit aspects. Because it’s a semi soft, it’s lightweight since it’s not fully padded, and the padding feels lighter and softer than some. It’s also likely to dry faster. The sheer mesh on the upper section is nice and soft. The strip at the top is not a problem, but it’s possible that a smaller size would be. The straps feel really soft.
I’m curious to see how AGBras finds this bra as she got the same size as well, and our shapes are quite different. I’m definitely softer, less upper fullness, close set, etc. I’ll be listing it to pass on to someone who is a little larger and/or fuller on top than I am. I’m still game to try more Kinga at some point, but this is not the style for me. Read more 265 more words
I received this beautiful Polish bra from Calluna with the tags still on. I've never tried a padded bra before. The padding must have given me lots more lift than I'm used to. I was fairly self conscious of how high and forward-facing my bust was all day. I don't like molded bras because they hurt my back, so I usually wear unlined bras that give sort of a natural, bra-less shape. I had no pain all today with the padding, but I definitely knew I was wearing a bra. It's really cute in person, with a sparkly rhinestone on the gore and two layers ...of see-through material on top, plain mesh underneath and embroidered lace overlapping diagonally. The bottom half is a subtle brocade pattern over foam. It's tight enough on the first row of hooks for me, but not so tight I was uncomfortable (wasn't feeling my best today so I wanted a just-right tightness - I kind of like a really snug band otherwise). I'm noticing that when I slouch there's a lot of gapping in the top of the cups. I've got the straps tightened all the way to my shoulders to prevent wrinkling, but that only eliminates it when I stand up straight. When I had a flu-induced nap in it I could see the foam lining through my cotton tank. It is a 65G and according to my measurements I'd probably be a 60FF, but I'm still trying everything I can. There's a lot of coverage which I don't mind at all, but it's still sexy because of the upper layer translucent mesh/lace combination. It's got a U-shaped back which stuck out of my tank top. I'm fairly happy with it and will probably wear it regularly, but now that I've tried padded bras on my soft, projected, medium full breasts I think I like the teardrop shape my 28FF Andorras (yet to be reviewed in that size) and my 30FF - Panache » Loretta Plunge (6686) give me more, as that's how I've always wanted my breasts to look and assumed that would never happen at my ~oh so impossibly large~ bra size. (a bra in my size? fetch my fainting couch) Some room still around my IMF, just like every bra I've tried so far - just about a half a cm. I'm happy to have seen a Polish bra on my breasts though - might still look for some unlined stretch lace models to try in the future, or one of those really cute ballerina-pink ones with huge silk bows because those are just irresistible. But so far I've been fairly successful at black bras. Very much need some nude bras - that's the next goal https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> I've lost my sunlight so I'll have to post pictures later. (can someone let me know if they see my Loretta pictures? I don't see them :/) Read more 384 more words