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I buying this bra years ago iam big bust lady with small back my usual size is 30 J I try 32HH as sister size but it’s a little big so I went one cup down for bests fits its the best . I buy the bras from fingleavs it’s on sale .this bra is very expensive but it’s worth the money I believe is the Porsche of bras
Updated on Jan 05, 2019 Flag this
I like this bra a lot, even though I'm not quite happy with the support it gives. In a scale 1-10 I'd give it a 7 for support, whereas I'd give Enell a 9,5, Bravissimo Inspire a 9 and Royce a 6.5. In other words, yeah, it's good for most low impact sports, but for running or martial arts I'll still go for Enell and Bravissimo. If you use the racerback option the support is a bit better, but I still think there's too much upward bounce.
The bra looks good, a definite plus. The colours (I have the grey-lilac) are really nice and it's the only sports bra I've had that gives a decent-looking shape under shirts. Not too pointy and not a uni-boob.
It's also extremely comfortable on, the straps are great and the wires are well padded. A shame they don't make it in larger cups than H. (HINT!!!)
Updated on Jun 27, 2012 Flag this
32H in new neon light color just perfect
Updated on Aug 31, 2020 Flag this
I order 32H the animal print for comfortable fit and it’s fits me very well it’s a little tight but I feel good
Updated on Aug 31, 2020 Flag this
I've used this bra for yard work and exercising with my dogs. It was reasonably good at reducing bounce and the height ensured that the girls didn't fall out.
Right now, I'm a firm 32HH/J in most bras and I've seen people recommend sizing down due to cups running large so I chose the 32H. The band is comfortably snug, but the cups are too small and not very forgiving of upper or inner fullness. Despite this, the bra is very comfortable and gave a rounded, slightly east-west shape. The quadboob on my larger breast doesn't show through most shirts. I might try a larger size when the size range is expanded in the fall.
I wouldn't recommend sizing down in the cups to anyone with FOT boobs.
Updated on Apr 18, 2015 Flag this
What I wouldn't give if Panache would expand this size range! Despite the fit issues (which are to be expected, wearing a too small size), I love this bra. Not only is it supportive enough that I've been able to take up running for the first time ever, it's super cute to boot. Great rounded shape under even tight fitting running shirts and pretty enough to be seen on it's own. (Not that I plan on whipping off my shirt in public any time soon. Maybe after I finish my first 5k!)
As lots of others have noted, this bra is made with comfort in mind. Cushy, wide straps ... and some kind of magical underwires - steel clouds (strong but soft). The racerback clip works great for me (extra support and easy to fasten/unfasten) and strap length & placement works well for me (5'9" with narrowish shoulders and high set boobs, for reference). I do have to limit how long I wear this however (3-4hrs max) because the compression (from wearing a too small cup size) causes achey, sore breasts. It's a compromise I'm willing to live with given the lack of availability in J-K sports bras and let's be honest, I'm not exercising for 4 hrs at a time.
*Update: I've worn this bra to exercise 4-5 times a week for the last 5 months, hand washing it after each wear. Just remeasured it and the band has only stretched maybe a half an inch! Still love this bra.
Updated on Jul 09, 2013 Flag this
The only sports bra I will wear in public, as it is the first I have found with out the dreaded torpedo-boob effect. (I think the Freya sports model is too pointy for public wear!) The bra would probably fit me slightly better in a 30" with a larger cup, but there isn't such a thing. I like the level of support I get from hooking the straps together with the provided clip, but that isn't a possibility for all-day wear as it starts to dig in my shoulders. But it is fantastic for a work out! The underwires are coated in silicone and stitched individually, so you pretty much forget they are there. The center is unique. The wires come up against the chest, but there is a mesh overlay. This gives it the appearance of a regular (compression) sports bra. The moisture-wicking works nicely. It does reduce bounce, I was comfortable doing aerobic activity - still can't do jumping jacks without being self-conscious, though!
Updated on Mar 09, 2012 Flag this
I lost a weight and I found the32HH a little big so I give a try the32H in a great lovely color pink this bra is my favorite j use it for every day and it’s great. But I must return it and try 30HH it’s big in back
Updated on Aug 05, 2020 Flag this
I've been experimenting with bras ever since I've started losing weight. I'm pretty unsure of my bra size, so I figured I'd try this sports bra.
It ended up being way too big in the cups, so, sadly, it didn't fit. I think if it did fit in the cups, it would be an okay bra.
Updated on Jun 04, 2019 Flag this
I buying this bra in 32H because I lost weight and I have to go down the size.itsnt run big I get thinner no the bra is bigger.maybe I made a mistake and I need one side down,I don’t know maybe I must try 32GG I like to hear your options
Updated on Mar 04, 2019 Flag this
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