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This bra is gorgeous. I love stretch lace -- I hope it holds up. I also have the bra in 32F, which I realize now is not quite as good a fit, but sometimes I'm thinner, and anyway, stretch lace makes the fit more forgiving. It gives a beautiful shape, but it took a little getting used to since I was used to droopy, too-small bras. I think this bra would be especially good for women with softer breasts, as it gives support and lift without the feeling of a lot of structure.
Updated on Aug 23, 2012 Flag this
The lace is "forgiving" because it is so soft, so you can be a little bigger or smaller and still look OK in it, but I get a little more bounce than I'd like, because the lace is too soft/thin. Make sure you don't have to run for the bus or train the day you wear this! The second problem I noticed is that the side support pushes my breast tissue to towards the center of the cup, so the shape is flatter on the outside, and because of the soft lace, rounder on the inside. Hmm. It doesn't look too bad under my shirt, but it could look better.
I'm' also not a big fan of full-cup bras, the lace goes higher than I'd like. I should probably try the 30F.
Updated on Aug 29, 2011 Flag this
I'm keeping this as it's the best fit I've found so far. I'm full in the center & really need something with a taller gore, & higher cups. The bra is pretty, seems well made & provides support. The tops of the cups are stretch lace & don't create much of a line across the top under clothes. The next cup size up doesn't help with containing the center fullness & creates a problem with the wire extending too far under my arms, & leaving too much empty space on the outside edges of the cups.
Updated on Feb 27, 2015 Flag this
The Andorra is a very pretty full cup option featuring beautiful two tone lace (with stretch in the upper cup). The scarlet colorway is far more pink as on the promo pics or bratabase photos, but I think it would suite warmer skin tones as well as colder ones.
I sized up from my usual Panache size as recommended in several reviews. I totally agree with this even if it didn't work out for me. The cups seem to be better in size for me but although the overall shape improve looking less pointy than the 30F - Panache » Andorra Full Cup (5675) I ... still have trouble to fully settle into the bottom of the cups. Furthermore the side slings cause an awkward indent on my breast tissue. This phenomenon is not as pronounced as on the Panache Clara Full Cup Bra (7255), but I decided to stick to the side panel models like Panache Envy Balconnet Bra (7285) and Panache Jasmine (6951). I find this design to be less projected than the Panache Envy.
Nevertheless I think this could be a very comfy bra in my size range for those who get along with the side slings.
Updated on Oct 21, 2014 Flag this
This bra is really comfortable. I can wear it all day without having to adjust it, and it looks lovely on my skin tone and shape.
Updated on Aug 28, 2014 Flag this
I am a fairly even and projected breast shape. I have average-to-narrow roots with a slight omega shape. My best fitting bra is a Cleo Lily in 28GG, though I think a 30G would be more comfortable in terms of band length.
A very comfortable lazy-day sort of bra. The lace cups are very forgiving if you're in between cup sizes or expect to be changing sizes soon. However, due to the cups' forgiving nature, I also tend to feel a bit less supported in them - I'm not totally happy with the shape it gives me. I just don't feel uplifted and projected enough.
Updated on Jul 24, 2014 Flag this
The bra looks like it fit but it gave me a come sort of shape. I think it's too big in the cup and the stretchy lace just hides it somewhat. If I ever decide to try this again it will have to be a 28FF. It was very soft and comfortable though.
Updated on Jun 15, 2014 Flag this
I LOVE the purple color of this 30FF Panache Andorra Full Cup (5675). The fit is excellent, after I sized up in the cup to 30FF to contain my side tissue. The whole bra is lace. Deep, rich purple lace!
So why am I selling it? I can't handle center gores higher than 1.5" for very long. Even most plunge bras don't have center gores that low. The Panache Andorra Full Cup, on me, is just too high in the gore. I've held onto this bra for months, hoping my sensitivity would diminish so I could wear all my gorgeous bras that don't have 1.5" center gores. Nope, my ... body is not cooperating. Cotton pads under the gore, soft fabric under the gore. I haven't tried bending the wires of my bras, because that might alter the fit of the cups. I also, you know, don't want to bend anything on my beautiful bras.
This is one of the classic bras, known for accommodating varying amounts of top vs bottom fullness. The side sling pushes side tissue to the front. Oh, I forgot to mention the side sling is a sheer mesh type fabric, not lace. However, the bra looks like it's all lace when it's worn. It's full coverage, but it looks like you're wearing sexy purple lacy boudoir wear, rather than a frumpy full coverage, sensible bra. Yet I've read reviews by women who can wear this all day while they do physically active jobs.
Updated on May 05, 2014 Flag this
Almost! The cups are a little too wide, and I end up with this weird strain on the fabric. In fact, much of the lace looks strained: even though it fits smoothly over the top of my breasts, the lace looks really stretched at the top of the cup.
For reference, I am even, narrow and projected, although I think the stretchiness of the lace makes this bra likely to work for a range of shapes.
Updated on May 04, 2014 Flag this
Fits well, but armpit part doesnt go high enough.
Updated on Apr 17, 2014 Flag this
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