First Kris Line bra I ever had, I never liked the designs. I bought it accidentally on a flea market for $4 and wanted to try it out. Surprisingly it fits and has a lot of immediate projection (or at least what I believe this is called), giving me a great boost. I will definitely look into more KL bras in the future.
This bra is my favorite of any KL I've ever tried. With cookies in, the seam ridge isn't very visible and the shape is fairly round. The greyish powder pink color is SO PRETTY and the lace on top has silver running thru it. The band is a little loose/stretchy, for reference I usually wear a 32 in panache and 30 in freya. I am ASTOUNDED by how comfortable it is--nothing rubbing or digging in, just feels like my boobs are defying gravity! They even didn't bounce at all when I ran up the stairs!
Purchased this bra for my sister (about a 30F/FF or so). Very pretty light lilac color and soft fabric inside and out. Room for push-up pads. However, there was too much empty space at the top of the cups for her short roots/omega shape so will be listing this.
I don't know what to make of this bra. Some semi softs of Kris Line fit me great, some OK, but this one is a total failure. Cups width seems narrow, empty space inside the cups where the padded part meets the lace, while the lace cutting into breast tissue. The 28 band is too tight for me as well. I'm guessing that it would fit better with firmer breasts with more projection than what I have. I get a terrible torpedo shape. Possibly could try a different size. The materials are top quality and heavenly soft, just as one can expect from this brand.
For reference, Brastop sold this to me as a 30J (as per the tags, this is a 65I).
This bra is too big - it's the larger of the two half-padded bras I ordered trying to work out my best KL size, and this is not it. It is a beautifully constructed bra, and despite being obviously too big, it's mostly still pretty comfy. It runs a little high and wide under my arms, but I'm high on chest and short-rooted. Obviously, I can't fill it, either. The pattern is higher-contrast in person than in any of the photos I've seen (I'll try to get ...a better shot before I send it back), and I'm not sure I actually like it. The unpadded top section is actually two slightly different kinds of lace, overlapped on a mesh lining (the lower lace edge is matte and fairly soft, the upper lace which forms the cup edge is a bit scratchy, brighter, and metallic).
This will absolutely not work if you are full on top or tall-rooted - the apex is pretty high and even on me, it cuts in slightly at the top edge. Read more 88 more words