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Super comfortable. Almost a perfect fit, but the cups seem to be just the slightest bit too shallow for me, as I have a bit of space right above the underwire. The band runs tight, which is excellent as I'm technically a 28-band. General consensus to go up a cup seems to be true; unfortunately, this totally slipped my mind when I bought it.
When I compared it to a 30DD, I realized that the mesh was hiding a tiny bit of quadboobing. The mesh is really quite good at hiding minor fit issues like that. Both were comfy, but ultimately I decided that the 30DD fit me better. I returned this one.
Updated on May 07, 2015 Flag this
Finally tried the notorious Feathers bra!
It is far too shallow and wide set for my shape. It's made of a lovely fabric, is super soft and really pretty overall. If it fit I would definitely wear it under see-through tops! I was surprised at how it does not feel very substantial as far as bras go. The band is nice and tight though, so I see why people love it soo much!
I got a screaming deal on it off the clearance rack ($3!!), so I don't even mind! I get to pass that savings on to another woman who will hopefully love it!
Updated on Sep 10, 2014 Flag this
This bra is incredibly comfortable and easily the best fit I've found. It seems to run a little small in the cups and the material of the band strikes me as somewhat delicate, but I have no complaints otherwise. It's lightweight, pretty, and I barely notice that it's there when I wear it.
Updated on Aug 09, 2014 Flag this
The band on this one was too tight and the straps too wide. Because of the tightness I couldn't determine whether the gore was comfortable or not. But the wires are just wide enough and the cups fit well although there is a tiny gap at the top due to the wide straps.
Updated on Jul 06, 2014 Flag this
This is THE SOLUTION for those of us who would be 32B except we're too short and narrow.
No quadboob, no gapping, doesn't show under even the tightest t-shirts AND good cleavage. It seems solidly made and unlikely to stretch. Yay!
The bad part is that this is pretty expensive, and never goes on sale in the basic colors. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> Also, this is only half a misgiving, but I think it would look nicer all opaque rather than having an opaque patch over the nipple. Or the nipple patch can be in a more aestheically pleasing shape at least.
Updated on Feb 04, 2014 Flag this
This is one of my first bras with my new smaller band size, previously I was wearing a 32B and my band was often riding up even on the smallest hook and the wires would often cut in at the sides of my breasts. I measured as a 28D/30C on Bratabase and I have shallow wide set breasts due to having a wide chest from the front but very narrow from the side . This bra fits tightly but comfortably on the largest hook and the wires actually encase all my breast tissue. I do get some wrinkling at the bottom of the cup of the mesh overlay after I wear the bra all day but the inner lined cup still fits with no gapping so it may just be a style issue. Overall very comfortable bra and gives me a nice natural shape that doesn't show under thinner tops.
Updated on Jan 28, 2014 Flag this
This bra is comfortable, beautiful, and fits me extremely well. I have small, shallow breasts with some separation. I have average to slightly wide root width.
Updated on Dec 16, 2013 Flag this
I really love this bra but I think I am not quite in the correct size. This is one of the few bras with a center gore that is narrow and low enough for how close together my breasts sit--it's wonderful! I have shallow, full-on-the-sides breasts and the cups are nearly perfect. I wish the underwires came up higher on the sides--I wonder if that problem would be solved in the next cup size up. I also find the band a bit too snug. My rib cage is 29" and while the 30 band fastens easily, it doesn't give quite enough breathing room. I may try to trade this bra for a 32D or a 30DD and see if that makes it perfect!
Updated on Sep 16, 2013 Flag this
I have had surgical correction of Pectus Excavatum and still have a mild indentation remaining, so I am a uniquely difficult torso to fit. Gores almost never sit flat and this bra was no exception. The wires seemed wide enough, but still sat a little below my breast tissue, maybe because the gore is a tad bit too wide for my wide root, shallow breasts. As long as I don't scoop and swoop, I can get away with it, though. Even though this bra is slightly off in several ways for my shape and by those measurements, it's not a good fit, it is pliable enough that it ... conforms to me with no gapping and creates a smooth silhouette. And it's super soft! The band is unexpectedly short for a 30, although I have not worn it to see if it stretches out over time. The fabric is very delicate and for $68 retail, I would worry that it won't last long enough to be worth the money. For example, the shoulder strap is sewn only to the top elastic of the back band, not all the way to the bottom, so over time, the pressure may rip the lace (although that lace does feel pretty sturdy). The bra is well made out of quality materials, they just seem to be delicate quality materials. I will be returning this bra due to price (not fit!), but I used it as a pattern to remake the band of one of my existing bras.
Pros: soft and pliable enough to accommodate breasts that don't quite fit perfectly, but still look smooth, pretty, feminine and delicate, very comfortable, no escaping when I lean over or twist.
Cons: pricey for a not-so-sturdy bra
Updated on Aug 30, 2013 Flag this
Lace is soft, very pretty and very comfy. Only problem is sometimes straps chafe my armpits because they are set a little wide for my narrow shoulders. Very smooth under clothes.
Updated on Jun 29, 2013 Flag this
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