I tried this bra because the Lepel Fiore fit me so nicely. Unfortunately for me, the Erin bra is much deeper than the Fiore, so it didn't work at all for my shallow shape. Too bad, since I was particularly excited to find a bra with straps thin enough to be worn under a tank top. If you have enough projection to wear this bra and you're looking for something with small straps, definitely try this one out. If you have very shallow breasts, though, stick with the Fiore bras from this line.
This was the first bra I bought that was close to my correct size. Too small in the cups and too big in the band (that is quite stretchy) but at the time I was happy to move from wearing 32B bras to a 30D - the thought about wearing a 28F was still just too shocking I think!
The cups are deep and the wires narrow which is an excellent match for my breasts. The construction of the cups gives a nice, projected and somewhat pointy shape, though I'm not sure if the latter is caused by the cups being too small for me. Anyway, personally I liked ...the shape but it may not be everyones cup of tea.
Quality feels better than in your everyday bra. The mesh is soft and I adore the really thin straps with metallic (I think?) fasteners. Overall the bra just seems so light in appearance but gives a really nice shape and lift for the boobs. I have been trying to find a bra like this in my correct size as I don't think bras for my shape really need thick straps and bands to be supportive and comfortable. Read more 88 more words