It's been ages since I found a bra I could wear straight off without alterations first. I was so pleased with it that I wore it the next day, before even entering it into Bratabase, which is pretty unusual for me.
Feathers Unlined is a molded unlined bra, which is a pretty rare beast. It's also fairly shallow friendly, which is even more rare in unlined bras.
The cups are a stretchy mesh, so don't expect any actual support from this bra. It's very shallow on the sides, and pretty shallow on the bottom. It works well with my tall shallow roots, so I'm inclined to say that these cups ... favor shallow FOT breasts. I do think that the accommodating nature of the cups means that fit will be pretty forgiving for a lot of shapes on the average-shallow spectrum.
I do get wrinkling on the sides of the cup, but I'm not sure how much of that is due to the fact that the cups are a tad too far-set for me. I'm close set, so I will have to narrow the gore. The wire offset isn't too bad though. There's a side sling that, I suppose, is meant to push breasts forward, as an attempt at some sort of support.
The wires are pretty soft. The entire bra is soft. It's very comfortable, very lightweight, perfect for summer weather.
The band is true to size. I was a bit disappointed by that, because the Natori Feathers Contour Plunge (730023) runs tight in dark colors, and I was hoping that the black unlined Feathers would be the same.
The cups are also pretty true to size. It's worth noting that I sized up in the Nature Feathers Contour Plunge, so if you did that as well, definitely size back down.
The straps are fully adjustable, and are pretty thin for my liking, but they're a pretty standard width. Nothing special here.
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