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The wires on this bra are so wide/tight under my arms and the ends of the gore dig into my sternum. I bent both ends of both wires outward, but it's not enough. I wonder if it's intended for a taller woman.
The band itself is firm, but fine; I wouldn't want to size up to a 36. The cup is clearly too small even though the lace is so forgiving that it isn't obvious under clothes. It's so small that it pulls the band off my ribs under my boobs.
I have the same bra in 34GG in a pink/coral color that fits similarly (although the cup is larger, I would need an H/HH). The larger cup size doesn't fix the brutal digging of the wires.
It's a pretty bra if you like full coverage and sheer lace.
The support is good. Lift is meh; I'd like a lot more.
It's got 2 hooks; really needs 3-4 at this cup size.
Updated on Mar 04, 2013 Flag this
Fits well and is very comfortable. My boobs are a little flat and into my armpits with this but otherwise not bad. Shape is good. Not too pointy and quite rounded. I could go with a tighter band I think so I just ordered the 32GG to compare. Will update this when I do.
Updated on Jul 01, 2016 Flag this
I probably could have gone down a band size in this one, but it still fits well. The lace send a bit delicate, not sure how it will hold up. Stretchy lace helps create a smooth cup. Lace isnt very visible under shirts. Fits very similarly to ChantelleRive Gauche. Side support can create a word side shape, but it isn't visible when wearing clothes.
Updated on Oct 12, 2015 Flag this
My experience with this bra has been weird. It is VERY tight in the band for a 34 and runs more like a 30 or tight 32. The gore and the top of the cups fit me perfectly, but the upper sides of the cups near my armpits seem loose: I get a strange bulge in that area that no one looking at me can see. I can only see it because I am looking down at my breasts' profile. It annoys the hell out of me but the fit is overall good so here I am, keeping it. Also, the cups are extraordinarily wide on me, but not uncomfortable, so I don't really care. My rib flares cause the lace on the band to flip up under my inframammary fold. Does anyone have any experience with this bra? Is it possible I just got a poorly sewn one? It almost seems like it is trying to minimize my breasts at the peak and instead creates weird boob-pockets under my arms.
Updated on Jun 16, 2015 Flag this
This was a hard bra to figure out. The band was too tight at first but with a few days of wear it stretched out enough to be comfortable. I had some problems with the wires poking and the gore being too high and poking at the top the first time I wore it, but I gave it a second try a few days later and had few problems. Now it seems to fit very well, although the gore is still a bit taller than I would prefer.
Updated on Sep 27, 2014 Flag this
Just got this. I have a very little bit of spillage under the arm on my larger breast, but the wires are perfect, and I'm not spilling out the top. I like the side cup support on this.
I freaking love this bra. I'm having less armpit spillage as I experience re-migration.
Updated on Apr 18, 2013 Flag this
I like this bra in theory. It's pretty and supportive, but the center gore wires dig into my sternum like crazy. The wires might come up too high on the sides too, but I'm really not sure. Just getting into this proper bra size thing.
Updated on Mar 05, 2013 Flag this
I am so close to finding the perfect bra here that I can taste it. Do read on to see if this will help you.
* Cups fit well
* Straps aren't too wide (relatively speaking, I have trouble with this on all bras, but this one wasn't too bad). It didn't rub on my armpit nearly as much as many other bras do, so I'm counting this as a win.
* Center gore is at least 1" too tall compared to other more comfortable center gores.
* I hate bras with only two hooks--why do they do this?! I bet even an A cup would prefer bras that have 3 hooks!
* ... I am not a full-coverage bra kind of girl--on me, unless I'm wearing a turtleneck, the bra shows in the neckline of blouses. I'm petite and narrow across the chest though, so it comes with the territory. That's OK, because this was a trial run to see if this brand worked for me, and I think it will once I find the ideal style.
* The band is pretty stretchy. I could probably easily pull off a 32GG in this bra, though it might be harder to fasten in the front and turn it around (my method of putting on bras). I need the tightest hooks to feel fully supported.
I know that the "dislikes" outnumber the likes, but I'm nitpicky because I think it's helpful to others to be that way. I would wear this bra if the center gores didn't dig, and in fact am thinking about giving the plunge version a try next if it fits exactly the same as this one does other than the center gore.
Updated on Nov 23, 2012 Flag this
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