I really feel like I could put an eye out in this bra. The way it's designed, all the projection is at the apex and the top is very closed, creating a very pointed shape. Unfortunately, my apex is slightly lower than that of the bra, creating a ridge at the seam between the padded and unpadded parts of the bra. Putting a cookie in makes this ridge mostly go away, but then i quad slightly out of the very closed top.
The band is very stretchy and i need to fasten it on the last hooks right away.
The bra itself is very beautiful. The fabric ...and print are very nice and i appreciate that it has cookie pockets and 4 rows of hooks. I just wish it looked round like it does on their models. If i were doing a retro or pinup look i might put this bra under it, but that's not my style, and with my clothing i think it looks awkward and a bit unnatural (which is funny because my boobs are actually very conical).
I just think I'd be uncomfortable walking around with these torpedos on my chest. For someone FOB with average roots who's between a 32 and 34 band and likes a pointier look, i think this might be the perfect bra, but it's just not for me. Read more 121 more words
The bra looks really beautiful, and the colour makes my skin look porcelain which I strongly appreciate, and it gives awesome shape and cleavage, but unfortunately I've bought it without knowing that Kris Line bras have only 2cm difference between cup sizes, so I need 65JJ in order to get a good fit for my 30HH boobs. I wish I knew that before to be able to buy better size for me. The cups are also a bit too closed on top, but as I am short-rooted, it'd be not a problem in the correct size. What I want specially admit in this bra is the amount of ...immediate projection. It was enough for even despite the fact the cups were 2 sizes too small! If you're looking for something with lots of immediate projection - try this bra, you won't be disappointed. I also have to note that the fabric feels somewhat weak in this bra. It's awesomely pretty, but its gentle touch makes it weaker, so the band may stretch out quickly because the fabric isn't strengten in any way here. Read more 75 more words
I previously tried a 70FF in this bra. This band fits better and I'm between 30/32; typically wear a 32 in panache and ewa; 30 in freya. The shape this bra gives me is just so weird. The top section flattens the top of my boobs. It's not even just a pointy shape, I can't even describe it, it's just misshapen and weird. The bra is very pretty but for me the shape it gives me makes it absolutely unwearable.
The deep blue is lovely. My favorite feature is the removable padding in the lower sections of the cups … such a smart way to help balance out differently sized breasts, and a thoughtful design feature in my opinion.
This bra is gorgeous but sadly WAY too small for me. I purchased it through Zulily on a whim. If I'd done more research beforehand, I might have anticipated that Kris Line tends to run a bit small both in cup and band size. This was listed as a 40HH on Zulily. The band size is very firm, and more like a 38. The cup size is MUCH smaller than most 40HHs. By measurements, this bra seems like 38FF or 38G in UK sizing … but with narrower wires than is usually seen in UK brands.
I do hope to have future opportunities to try other Polish bras, especially ones with removable padding.
If I had tried this on in a shop, I probably wouldn't have bought it - the shape is somewhat "elf-shoe" and I've got the typical problem of a bit of gaping on my R boob (smaller). But, it was cheap on zulily and as the other bras I tried totally didn't work, I was so pleased that this fit I stuck it in my closet. I do really like the pattern - tiny white & green flowers - and it's comfortable. The turned-up shape is less noticeable once under a shirt.
Kris Line bras seem to be suited to full-all-over breasts, which I do not have. The top of the cups are woefully empty on me. I also need long straps and these don't adjust long enough. Otherwise, it seems to be a well-made bra with firm wires.