This bra is cut at least 1 cup size (possibly 2 cup sizes) smaller than the Tango plunge which was one of my favourite bras until I reached an H cup, somehow the cut was different. This bra might fit in a larger cup size. It is a shame Panache do so few pretty plunge bras in larger cup sizes.
The Panache Eden definitely gives me a more projected and natural shape than any other bra I own currently. It takes a little more layering to hide the beautiful embroidery under my clothes, but the colors are really lovely. This is another one of the bras that has sharp edges to the elastic and I will be left with red marks in certain areas as a result of wearing this bra for a number of hours.
This bra was beautiful, but ran pretty small in the band. The cup is true to size however, the band being so tight gave me quadboob. This plunge is not good for very soft breast tissue, like mine, it was hardly contained.
This bra was purchased mainly for its looks and narrowing size and style down. It's sheer, a pretty blend of blues and a plunge. I like this for under low cut tops and dresses but cannot wear it for a long time. Just for a night out and then I'm dying to take it off. This is probably due to it being a little small in the cup. I do get some quad noob and the underwire will not stay in my infra mammary fold. I don't think the cup is deep enough. Overall it's held up well through washing and when it was in my weekly rotation. Now its just for special occasions.
Didn't work for me. It was too deep and I wasn't filling out the middle of the bra, and there was also wrinkling at the top. However, sizing down in the cup would not have fixed this because it was barely tall enough as it was. The band was too big (I wear 28s or 30s) but that would not have changed the shape of the cup. It was comfortable and it was well constructed, however.
I'm still figuring out my bra size (got this in 34G), but in this style I know I need to go up at least a cup. I'll likely post a fit request and link it here. I get a quadboob when I scoop and swoop, and it tends to spill toward the center. I'm guessing the center spillage is due to the cut of the bra and the less-forgiving-than-lace nature of the fabric? The band fits fine- it's quite snug, but I like the secure feeling. I'm sure it would stretch in a week or so. I measure a 33.5 rib, so going up in the band makes ...it feel too big (even when I go down a cup). I'm also thinking that when I go up a cup size it will give me just the right amount of relief in the band. I'll likely trade or sell this bra, as it really does me little good due to the quadboob effect.
The wire does poke into my underarm when I move certain ways, but only on my bigger boob side (left boob is slightly larger than my right).
When I tuck my boobs a lot it ooks great, but I guess I shouldn't have to tuck for that effect. : )