Band is a bit tight for me, fits more like a 32 in my opinion. Cups are way too small. I found the lace band to be a bit itchy, but I have sensitive skin. Has removable pads for pushup, plunge cut, multi-way straps.
I haven't worn it in ages because it's way too small, but it's in excellent condition, not stains/rips/not stretched out.
I found the bad to be a bit tight, fits more like a 32 rather than a 34 in my opinion. I also found the lace band to be a bit itchy after a couple of hours wear. I like the patter and all over lace detail, it's pretty cute.
This bra doesn't even come close to fitting anymore, at one point in time it did fit nicely. It has removable pads to make it a pushup and is a plunge style bra. I didn't really have any problems with it.
It's a few years old but it's in great condition as I rarely used it.
This bra no longer fits me, or rather, never really did. The band is too big for me and the cups don't hold all of my great tissue.
It's part of the 'Perfectly Me' line and it's a push-up bra and a plunge, which I found a bit much at times haha. It's super cute and super soft. The only real issue that I had with is is that band is really stretchy.
I really liked the look of the bra, however it has had fit issues from day one, but that's more likely because it doesn't fit properly.
Gore sits flat, strap length is ok but not great. The boning on the side and front did dig into me if I sat down while wearing. It's pretty comfy. It is a push-up and I found that a bit ridiculous so I took the padded cups out.
This bra is a moulded plunge in nude that has been heavily altered. It has a minimal centre gore which I sewed to be a tiny bit closer - this alteration can easily be removed. I shrunk the band down a bunch and also adjusted the strap holders on the wings so it doesn't fit any wider. Based on the new band size (about 29 inches) and sister sizing down, I would guess this is now a 28F or so. The alteration was my first and so the sewing isn't as clean as it could be.
The straps often come out at the back. The hooks are intentionally ...removable (I have no idea why - this is an annoying feature) and the one side slides out a lot. This is also probably an easy fix. This is a great nude bra for very light skin tones, and you can wear sheer clothing seamlessly (with knock-out cleavage).
I remember it being very comfortable, and one of my favourite bras during 2010 or so. My bone structure has changed somewhat with age, though, so this one definitely no longer fits in the band. If it did, I'd definitely still wear it. Read more 92 more words
The tag on this bra is really confusing. It's listed as 32DD in Canada/the US, and 70DD/E internationally. There is no UK size listed. It doesn't actually differ from any of the other So Free Balconettes I have, so I'm not sure why the size is listed this way.
This bra is pretty, very well made, soft, and comfortable to wear. I love it, except that the band is too large. It's the stretchiest 32 I have ever owned. The band makes it so none of the other parts fit well, but an alteration may fix this.
This is the first bra I ever altered. It had been my favourite bra, and a favourite bra is certainly not a place to learn about bra construction. I messed this one up by removing too much of the band on the right side. It is now tricky to get on because the clasps and hooks are by my shoulder blade. The right cup now pulls back, and the right strap is on the wrong side of my shoulder blade. Meanwhile, it quadboobs on the left. My error made the shape of the cups worse off than they started. It's wearable, but itchy around the straps and wings
Prior to the alteration, it was aesthetically pleasing, comfortable, soft, itch-free, and way too big in the band. Alas.
The pattern isn't my style, but it was on sale and the style I liked. This bra was fantastic minus the band. It's very soft, comfortable, and has a minimal and gentle centre gore. The band is way too stretchy and also pulls on the cups when it stretches. I'm thinking it may be worth altering the band.
This bra has been worn many, many times, and I don't think it has aged well aesthetically. The band is stretchy, the cups aren't as shapely as they once were (or maybe they aren't sitting right?), and it's rather discoloured (I think it started off nude, and is now rather pinky-beige). There aren't any loose threads/holes/signs of wear otherwise, though. It's definitely well-made overall.
It was great in its prime. It was comfortable, soft, had great shape, and a pleasingly minimal centre gore that didn't irritate my sternum.
At one point, these were the only bras I wore. Unfortunately learning about the swoop and scoop ruined them all for me as they all quadboobed afterwards. I tried them on again after more than a year and--surpise!--no quadboob! It fits a whole lot better than I thought it would.
Pros: thick wings, gore doesn't dig in, comfortable, soft Cons: sometimes the shape of the cups is weird for my breasts, band is gigantic for my frame
Originally this bra was too loose in the band, and the cups were pretty far apart. I altered it by taking in the gore and shortening the band. The band now fits snugly. The shape of the cups is a tad wide now, but it works pretty well. I like the look and the feel of the bras in this line though, and I'm satisfied with the alteration.
Like the other 34D plunge Perfectly Me bras I have worn, this one is aesthetically pleasing and comfortable but far too loose in the band. It also gives a slight quadboob. This one may be a dud, as the strap connector in the back on the right side tore pretty quickly.
I've worn this bra a lot, and as the band was already too large, it has loosened to the point where it is unwearable. This bra gives a nice round shape and excellent cleavage. It often gives me a quadboob. My favourite feature is the tiny centre gore.
Aesthetically, I love it. I don't see white lace over black often enough.