My shape: mid-height center-set FOB teardrop with very wide and tall shallow roots and allover fullness that make me functionally even, lots of immediate projection (never yet found enough!) but moderate overall projection, and firm tissue that fights back when pushed around.
This review is for the Vivid Violet colorway.
The color is very bright, and definitely on the orchid/magenta side of things. It's super soft! The molded cup liner and the straps are lovely to handle, and the bra is really comfy on.
The cups are pretty shallow underneath, which means the bra shifts down by almost an inch to try and accommodate my fullness, and that also leaves some ... space between the outside edge of the wire under my arm. The cup is also kind of short, and though the upper edge doesn't cut in and is a pretty good (shallow) angle for me, the seam between the sheer tricot and the lace trim definitely does dig in and I get some pretty obvious and uncomfortable quadding.
The gore is lovely and low and tacks just fine, but I think the cups might be a hair too wide-set for me, which makes the quad-boob problem worse. I can't feel it while wearing it, though, so it wasn't that big of a deal. I think I could stand for the wings to come up higher, especially because the wires don't take up the whole channel. The wires are almost the right shape curve for me (I need shallow curves; most wires are too steeply curved for me), and otherwise wide enough for my fullness.
Like all Natoris, the band is stretchy, but this 30 fits alright. There is a tiny bit of bulging, but that's because it's sheer powernet or tricot, and I always notice the same thing happening with other similarly constructed bands. Otherwise it's tight enough and doesn't shift.
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Vivid Violet colorway
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Updated on Jun 19, 2016 Flag this