This bra is gorgeous. I just wish it fit https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> I knew I was taking a risk but had hoped that I could get away with it being a G. I am usually a GG sometimes H but I loved this bra I was willing to give it a try.
Its very well made and an excellent quality bra but I just barely fit. It does give me a bit of quadboob as I am very FOT. Its not overly noticeable and its not a dealbreaker as I think I will get an extender and loosen the straps a bit and readjust to see if I can get a better fit.
It doesnt poke me(though I have only tried it on once) but wearability is not there because the band is too tight at this point to wear it for hours.
I am keeping an open mind in hopes that with some adjustment I can make it work as it's not too out of the fit realm. I'll update as I adjust things.
I love the look of this bra so much I bought it twice and am looking for #3 even though it's probably pointless. I started with a 34FF when I had just begun my bravolution and was still trying to come to terms with the idea of letters above D. The band was tighter than I was used to and the cups were clearly too small, but it had real potential. When I saw this one on eBay, I thought it was worth a shot. It still has great potential, but it only goes up to a GG and I don't know if that would ...be enough in a wide-set plunge like this one. Oh, but I'd try! If it was close, I'd try taking the gore in at the bottom to turn the cups up a little at the center where I most fall out. Here's why:
The colors, patterns, fabrics, etc. are lovely. Subtle but not boring, classy & sexy; pretty on and off. Very comfortable & supportive even with only 2 hooks. Quality seems flawless. Materials & construction are perfection. Surprisingly practical - the 3-part cup seams are super flat and the lining prevents nipple show through. The straps are much thinner than most of the G-cup options out there. The gore and cups are are very low so it's less likely to show under a low neckline. Read more 129 more words
Tiny thin straps that cut into the shoulder. No matter how much support there is in the band & cups, straps this narrow on this cup size is ridiculous. Runs very small in the cup, & the pushed up, torpedo shape looked bizarrely unnatural.
Got this bra from another user. I never wore it, and it didn't fit her either. Very pretty bra. 3 part cup that provides nice lift (and the seams feel flawless) but lifts me to the point of quadboob. I normally wear a 34G Deco and have been looking to expand my bra horizons, but this isn't the bra for me. Even on the smallest hook, I find the band a bit loose for me. The band is not a stretchy as Decos and is thinner across the back. The shoulder straps are also thinner than the Deco.
This bra is so pretty that I wear it in spite of the fact that it is a hair too large in the band and a full size+ too small in the cup; I could probably do with a 34GG/H. It is lined, not padded, and constructed of lovely satin with smooth stitching that doesn't show under most clothing.
I bought this second hand on a whim, because it was pretty! Totally not the right size for me, though.
It's a very beautiful bra, and it seems very well constructed. My only huge issue that may be a deal breaker if it was the right size is that the straps are way too thin, and the band is too thin as well. It just doesn't feel like it would be very supportive.
This bra gives me a crazy amount of cleavage, but everything still fits nicely in place. As it is seamed, it can really only wear it with a few things, but it does not poke at me. The seams can be slightly irritating, but overall good comfort.