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Why are the cups so big on this bra? I first ordered the Panache Sports Top, which is pretty much the Panache Sports Bra with a tank top over it, in my regular size in Panache (30GG), only to find that the band was so tight that I could barely fasten it and that the cups were way too big, especially at the top. So I figured a band size up and a cup size down would do the trick. Unfortunately, not quite.
The band is perfect in the 32FF, but the cups are still too tall for my high set breasts. It acts similarly to the Fantasie Rebecca ... on me - the cups are rigid enough to keep a normal looking shape even though the top isn't completely filled. The J-hook in the back helps with this gaping, but it doesn't completely fix it.
I haven't tried working out in it yet since I might want to exchange it, but I suspect that if I did, it probably wouldn't control bounce as well as it could if the shape worked better for me. The wires seem wide enough that I might be able to size down even more to a 32F or maybe even a 32E. This extreme difference would make me suspect that I'm not actually anywhere close to a 30GG if I hadn't been wearing a Cleo Lucy in that size all day that I filled out just fine. I guess it's just one of those weird shape issues I'll probably never fully understand.
I could see this being a very good t-shirt bra as it gives a very nice, rounded shape under shirts. I haven't worn it for very long, but it seems like it could also be a comfortable everyday bra.
Updated on Apr 17, 2015 Flag this
I'm very impressed with the comfort, appearance, and stability of this encapulation-style, wired sport bra. The underwire is too wide but it's padded enough that it doesn't dig in or cause discomfort. The gore almost tacks! It goes up very high, but it's narrow. There's a bit of unfilled space at the bottom of the cup, it's maybe half a cup too big, but I don't want to size down and lose the perfect depth and beautiful top line. My breasts are very stable in this bra. There is very little jiggle. I could use it for almost any activity except possibly running (I think I still need mondo-compressions for that). What I wanted this bra for was something I could wear for a long period of time while doing moderate activity like hiking, and I think it will be perfect for that! It looks as good as a regular bra under a shirt, which is an added bonus.
Updated on Apr 07, 2017 Flag this
I bought it as used bra, and it appears that the previous user removed the wires. I was thinking about putting new ones, but it works fine, when the j-hook is fastened. It'll be good for low impact sports like yoga https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";)" />
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Updated on Feb 09, 2017 Flag this
Returned this before I could measure with in on so I guessed a the overall bust Measurment. Ordered my usual bra size in Panache instead of sizing up (like Freya Sports Bra) as recommended on ABTF. Band was snug yet comfy, generously wide wires to enclose my migrated tissue and gore mostly tacked. Not sure if sport bras are suppose to tack as snugly in the middle as regular bras. Cup are generous, there is some gapping along the top causing bounce support issues. Although this goes away when I use the j hook, I prefer not to **NEED** to use it. Probably need to size down to 32F (my other usual)
Updated on Sep 30, 2016 Flag this
Well, this was an experiment in me seeing if my boobs could fit more comfortably in a 32FF, mostly since I have nee trying to excercise and eat better and lose weight. 32G is still my go-to size, though I CAN technically wear this 32FF. It's really tight and a bit too shallow for me, though, so not worth me keeping and trying to squish the girls into a too-small cup.
Updated on May 30, 2016 Flag this
Yet another great fit with @Panache sports bras! So comfortable! The band is snug, but never digs in. The gore is tall and wide, and usually that would never work for me, but it never bothers me at all with the soft fabric! The straps are where bra straps belong, up on my shoulders. Seriously some of the best lift I've ever experienced! Cups run one size large.
Updated on Jan 07, 2016 Flag this
This is the best sports bra I've ever owned!
It's very comfortable and supportive but I can't wear it with the back hook because it presses on the junction of shoulder and neck and hurts.
The front pulls a little from the gore on the top but it's not uncomfotable.
Updated on Aug 18, 2013 Flag this
It looks like I'm joining the chorus of voices saying the Panache Sport is the best sports bra ever. I have the purple one (with grey and pink accents) which I love. It's comfortable, supportive and gives a surprisingly attractive shape (uplifted and separated). Brilliant bra.
Updated on Jul 22, 2013 Flag this
This is the best sports bra I've ever owned! The straps are slightly padded for comfort. The band runs very true to size, maybe even a little tight. The fabric on the outside can sometimes pull away from the gore, but it doesn't make a difference in the fit. It looks great under clothing as well!
This bra is great for everyday workouts and light cardio, but if you have a very high-intensity sport/activity that moves around more, it might not hold everything down as well.
Updated on Jul 22, 2013 Flag this
This bra is sports bra boob heaven! I have it in hot pink and it's adorable! The encapsulation style keeps my boobs comfortable and supported while I work out. NO BOUNCING! The cups seem a bit empty until you put it in racerback configuration. The band is pretty snug.
Many people suggest going up a band size to a sister size because the band is snug, but I didn't feel like I needed to. I measure 31" underbust and fall in between sizes. Your mileage may vary.
I think the only thing I don't like about this bra is the price. The best I can ever find it for is about $45. That being said, I only own one but I wish I could afford another. I get tired of washing it after every workout.
Updated on Jul 08, 2013 Flag this
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