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I love this bra, but it's just not into me. The design is brilliant, and it fits me like a glove. It is supportive, soft, comfortable, and durable. Unfortunately, the cups do nothing toward nicely shaping my super-soft, pliable tissue. Years ago, before I nursed 3 babies, Andorra would have been my perfect bra. Now these cups give me a pointed, rather than rounded, shaping, and while they do an excellent job at keeping my tissue in front/center, the cups don't have any "lift". I can really use some lift. If the Andorra bra cups, complete with side slings, had the angled and vertical center seaming shapes of Cleo Lucy, Andorra would be my dream-come-true bra. At least it doesn't cut into my tissue like the Tango II, so it's wearable under clothing; just not particularly flattering. I wear Andorra all the time under loose clothing, and I've even slept in it. It's that comfy.
Updated on Aug 14, 2015 Flag this
It feels like angels are supporting my boobs, but doesn't fit perfectly. It's a little pointy on me, and not tall enough. It also shows seams under all knit shirts! I may order a couple other sizes and see if any of those fit, but it might just be meant for a larger or rounder chest.
Updated on Aug 07, 2014 Flag this
Very comfortable fabric, and the wires fit me very nicely (best I've tried so far). When the ladies are on their smaller portion of my cycle, I don't fully fill the top of the cup and there's some wrinkling/torpedo boob. However, I'm hoping that on my larger week things will fill out very nicely.
Edit: I've confirmed that this bra fits me best on the larger end of my cycle, and in my general soreness its comfort and bit of extra stretchiness in the cup was definitely appreciated.
Updated on Apr 18, 2014 Flag this
I tried this bra on in my city in a store. Unfortunately, they didn't quite have my size. I thought this would work really well on me however, so I ordered online.
What drew me the most to this bra are two things:
- the extra fabric at the bottom of the cups provide more coverage (I'm a "semi-modest" gal https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_razz.gif" alt=":P" />) and more structure
- the lace on the top part of the cups are soft and a little stretchy, which meant that both my breast could fit in it perfectly (flush on the smaller breast, cup a little stretched on the bigger one)
This gives me something halfway between a pointed shape and a round shape. A little pointier than I prefer, but not as severe as most Freya bras. The lace cups stretch nicely. The colour (called peacock I think, a teal colour) is beautiful and the lace is soft and high quality.
I would say this is a nice blend of function and design.
Updated on Apr 11, 2013 Flag this
everything is pretty good, provides good lift. cup might be very slightly wrinkly right in middle seam, but the gore separates more than I would like, and the lace makes it visible underneath tshirts. maybe best besides the two I currently have.
Updated on May 14, 2013 Flag this
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Added on Nov 29, 2015