Tiffany is a plunge bra with very little coverage and a wide center gore, which can make it a puzzling fit. The inside is lined with cotton which makes the cup extra comfy. Each cup has one vertical seam. However, I didn’t feel supported in a 32G because the band ran quite loose- I could do up the back easily on the tightest hook. When I did that it looked pretty good, but it wouldn’t last, as I felt unsupported. Since I have soft tissue I wonder if I’d fall into the middle after a few hours, although the bra provided good lift for my separate breasts. This ...is a tricky shape, I think, and the bra isn’t made in 30GG so I simply returned it.
The black satin has a lovely sheen all over the bra, around to the back of the band, and the hooks are a contrasting metal color. A big gauzy bow adorns the gore, which I’d remove as it seems less sophisticated than the rest of the bra. One front seam is a cup seam, but there are two additional satin seams on the front that aren’t part of the construction, which I think looks retro. Read more 92 more words
Apparently this bra is often sold as part of a bridal set, and I can't say I'm surprised! Despite the poor fit I had in this size, it is truly lovely. The entire bra, including the band and straps, is covered in soft stretch satin, making it the softest and most elegant bra I own. The bow over the center gore is a gauzy white, making for a nice romantic touch.
The shape from the side is very round and uplifted. Since it's a plunge, it takes a little adjusting before my boobs sit properly in the cups. Of course, this may also be ...due to the fact that the cups themselves are a little small on me, but this bra sadly stops at a G cup, so sizing up is not an option.
Appearance aside, this bra absolutely did not fit. Once I received my shipping info email from Breakout Bras telling me which bras I could expect, I looked the Tiffany up and discovered that the band runs large. Again, THE BAND RUNS AN ENTIRE SIZE LARGE. Since my underbust currently measures 32-33 inches and is still shrinking, a 34 that fits like a 36 won't work in the slightest. Even on the tightest hooks, I can feel that it is too loose and see the back riding up before my eyes. To make matters worse, the elastic is extremely stretchy, so not only is the band large, it is not firm enough either. The final problem with the fit is that the bottom elastic on the band turns up. This may not be related to the too-large band, but instead be the result of the difference in stretch between the inner lining of mesh and the outer layer of stretch satin.
In spite of all these fit problems, this is probably one of the most comfortable bras I've ever tried on. It's crazy comfy! I only wish I could exchange it for a smaller size. I'm currently planning on altering the band to fit, because otherwise this is pretty much my dream bra!
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tl;dr: A wide root shallow friendly plunge bra. The cups have one vertical seam and are very open on top. Narrow center gore, wide wires, thin padding and soft cups that adapt to your shape. The quality is superb (red satin-y look & feel). The cups are true to size, the band is on the stretchier side of 30.
I found this bra to be pretty and comfortable. The satin fabric has a luxe feel to it.
First issue: the band is huge. I reliably wear a 30 band in other Masquerade bras and a 30 in the bra rides way up on me even on the tightest hook.
Second issue: The cup runs small. Comparing it to another Masquerade plunges in the same size and it is obviously a full cup size too small. If you have very shallow breasts it might work for you in your regular size.
I liked it and decided to order another one in a band size down and a cup size up, so 30F to 28G.
The most awesome thing about this bra for me is that it fits ). Good things about this bra: Very soft fabric, it feels really good next to skin. Nice looking, but quite discreet design. I love satin and seams pattern. They show a little under thin clinging jersey, but not under woven fabrics. So it will be make really good everyday bra, I expect. Cups aren't high (it can be not that good for some girls, but for me it's fabulous - it doesn't cut in my armpits) Very wide wires (I know that it could be bad for some of us, but I always struggle for wires that don't cut on ...the sides). Straps are pretty.
Not so good: Band is stretchy and quite loose out of the box. For me it isn't a big problem, because bands on me start to ride up only when they are 3 sizes too big, not 1/2, but if you really need it tight or you are between sizes, I think that size down in the band is a good idea (it may be case only for black, but still).
I don't know whether it provides much uplift for heavy breasts because my breasts are pretty much self-supportive, but I think that thin straps and stretchy band are no good for the girls who need a lot support. If you need deep and/or narrow cups - skip this bra!
The bra centers my breasts, but I have pretty severe East-West syndrome, so for others it could be different. I'm pretty ok with the shape. It's very much my natural shape, but with a bit more forward projection. Read more 157 more words
Appearance: Beautiful bra. Would be perfect for a bride, or even a special event. Super soft cups, the satin is very pretty ad it's very malleable while still having a little structure. There's a bow in the front that I wasn't expecting and that fabric seems a little stiff, so be careful if you're wearing it under something clingy as the bow may show through. There is also the bow fabric on the inside of the wing, which is a cute little detail.
Fit: This bra did not fit me. It was too shallow (average projection), however, the reviews were correct in that you should size down in ...band and size up in cup. So instead of a 32DD, I ordered a 30F and it probably would have been a perfect fit had I been a little more shallow. I would recommend that someone measuring a firm 32 to probably stay at a 32 band; I don't think the wing material would allow for too much stretch. The cups seemed a little tall, but weren't uncomfortable or awkward. The straps were somewhat thick, but still soft and comfy. The gore was a nice low height.
Plus: Since it's discontinued, it's only $20 on Amazon! Read more 97 more words
This bra is so soft and cushiony that I wish it had fit me. The band runs big and is extremely stretchy. When I tightened the band the cup was slightly too narrow. I would buy this if I came across it in a smaller band size because the material feels absolutely amazing against my skin. I could probably fall asleep in it and not notice. The detailing on the cups also shows through thin, form fitting shirts. Otherwise it is a very beautiful bra. I would recommend sister sizing down for this bra.
This bra is pretty close to perfect. The fabric is so smooth and comfortable, the cups are moulded and lined but not padded, and the look of the bra is timeless. I ordered it in a 32 G and should have got the 32 FF due to lack of breast fullness, but it is still surprisingly wearable because of the shape of the cups. They are high on the sides with a nice plunge, but seem to conform to breast shape well rather than being too stiff. With that is mind I would maybe recommend it if you find yourself dealing with slightly different cups sizes throughout the month as this seems like it would accommodate that easily. The band runs big, at least on the bra I got, and I would recommend sizing down.