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I tried this bra in pearl and first off may I say this is a beautiful creamy pink color. Second, this is a completely unlined bra with side support panels but all the fabric and the lace is quite soft, though can be prone to snags if you have dry scratchy hands like me. The top of the cup is stretch lace, so it does a good job even with mild-moderate asymmetry. The only thing I didn't like about this bra was that it still did not have enough immediate projection for me so the underwire ends up sliding down about an inch below my IMF to accommodate. This bra is probably ideal for someone with narrow roots but more average projection.
Updated on Sep 23, 2018 Flag this
I like this bra because it fits, but the wires do dig under my arms a little bit, and it isn't a good one to wear under thin tops as the seams on the cup show through. Very sturdy though.
Updated on Oct 22, 2017 Flag this
This bra is super comfy, but requires it to be worn a couple of times to loosen up the band.
Updated on May 06, 2017 Flag this
I've read other users describing this as a "forgiving" bra, one that they can wear multiple sizes in... add me to that group. I was actually almost able to pull off a 28 band in this bra, and I don't remember (it's been a few months) why I wound up sizing up to 32 instead of 30.
The cups are too wide/shallow on me, though; I genuinely thought this was a much better fit before I looked at the bottoms of the cups and saw that telltale gap/wrinkling. The cup size down was "too small" and quadded, but as seen here that was a shape mismatch, not a size ... issue. Really, the FF would fit better, if I could get my boobs to take advantage of where they're deep.
The end result is a bra that feels comfortable enough, but provides very little support (since my boobs are entirely suspended in stretch lace). Also, when viewed from overhead, I get a weird slanted bullet sort of shape; the side support wings flattening my tissue.
Gosh I sure am looking forward to the Comexims and Ewas in the mail...
Updated on Sep 16, 2016 Flag this
I bought this bra back in December 2014 and it was my first bra that fits. I have lost some weight since and it is now slightly to big in the upper half of the cup. I am full on bottom, this bra is even - now the bottom half fits perfectly but there is wrinkling on the top. The wires are also slightly too wide (about 2 cm - 3/5 inches) and for me they should rather go up more vertically at the end. The band has this weird issue where some knitted loops escape the sewing and run.
Edit (June 2016): I have since done some severe alterations in the upper and out parts of the cup to minimize wrinkling. It's starting to be my Frankenstein-bra.
Updated on Jun 04, 2016 Flag this
It can be comfortable in the short term as I love how soft it is, but at the end of the day, the wire pokes me in the armpit and I'm not a huge fan of the shape. So I'm going to put it up for sale at some point.
Updated on Nov 23, 2014 Flag this
It fit okay (was a size too small in the cups though) but I disliked the 2 hook band, and the cups made my breasts look kind of pointy and I didn't like the shape. I am sending it back, so I don't know anything long term.
Updated on Jul 23, 2014 Flag this
It's worth noting that this bra was the wrong size for me. I wear a 30G/GG.
My breasts are too soft for this bra. The sling caused an indent on the sides which was visible through clothing. The horizontal seam across the cup was also very visible through clothing.
I disliked the shape, also. I suppose you could call the shape natural, but it almost didn't look like I was wearing a bra at all- everything was very low and sloping. It also gave me a lot of east-west- the overall impression was very matronly.
The underwires went too far back on me and dug in under my arms. The gore dug into my sternum and I actually found a small abrasion there the next day.
The stretch lace itself was very comfortable, it felt like it was encasing my breasts gently.
Updated on Apr 23, 2014 Flag this
Purchased bra right before I realized that I had to transition to 30 bands. The cups work well, but Andorra in 30G/GG provides much better support for me. I'm in love with the stretch lace; this style is perfect for any tenderness/swelling (that may or may not be caused by shark week).
Updated on Feb 02, 2014 Flag this
This is the first bra I've ever brought that fits properly! I am still adjusting to having a fairly tight band, so it feels a little tight, but I know that it fits and I can definitely get a few fingers under it.
This bra is very pretty and supports my breasts well. The only downside that I've found so far is that the seam going across the middle of the breasts is pretty noticeable under any thin or tight fabrics. I think it might fade overtime, but it means that I can't wear it under a lot of my clothes. Oh well, I'll get more bras to wear for those types of clothes!
Again, this is a beautiful, well-made bra that gives me good support and shape.
Updated on Oct 26, 2013 Flag this
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