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People, choirs of angels started singing when I put on this bra. It was epic.
Why do so few bras have much depth in the bottom of the cup? It hardly seems to be an unusual bra-fitting problem. Whatever the reason, if that's one of your problems, too, the Envy is well worth a try.
My breasts have average height/width roots, set low on my chest, and are self-supporting, with even fullness, average projection, and firm tissue. The Panache Envy just might be the only bra I've ever tried that has enough depth in the bottom of the cups that my breasts don't push down the underwires to find enough ... room (which seems to be their superpower). Can't and don't even want to. Wow.
My previous best fits were the Cleo Lily and Panache Jasmine (both also in 30FF), but while those are pretty good, neither of them have quite enough projection at the bottom of the cup, which leads to me needing to hike the underwires back up into my inframammary fold every couple of hours, just like other bras.
The Envy, though? I wore it all day yesterday and the underwires did. not. budge. No readjusting; no real need to think about my bra at all. Took off my bra at the end of the day, and there were the temporary red marks, right under the breast roots where they belong, rather than a finger's width below. The lovely round, uplifted shape it gives me is the icing on the cake. I have the [white person's] "nude" color, and I plan to buy the black and cassis colorways, too — and every other colorway Panache releases in the future.
Updated on Oct 01, 2014 Flag this
I have never had a bra fit me this perfectly. Yet, I had to return it! Just thinking about it makes me want to cry, but even with a camisole and heavy weight Tshirt on top, there was a HUGE line visible with this bra! I can't handle that. I tried on so many shirts and it looked terrible. SO SAD!!!!!!!!
Updated on Mar 20, 2017 Flag this
Oddly, the gore doesn't bother me as much with a smaller band (I tried 32F last week), I mean, I can feel it's there, but I think I could wear this bra all day.
The cups seems bigger than 32F, but they should be the same size - maybe they just appear bigger with the smaller band.
Now that I have 30FF, I would like to try 30G, but I didn't order that size, haha.
Cups seem good, I'm not "quad-boobing," but I wish I could compare to a 30G.
30 seems like the correct band size for me in the Panache Envy series, firm but I can still breathe.
Updated on Mar 23, 2021 Flag this
I can see it through ALL of my shirts, but I really want to like it because it fits perfectly.
Updated on May 26, 2021 Flag this
My best fitting bra so far. When i first put it on it feels a bit tight but not overly so (also getting used to a tighter fit to provide support). My breasts are a tiny bit closer together than the bra is constructed for but the difference is not enough to make it uncomfortable
Updated on May 25, 2021 Flag this
This 30FF is too big for me but it's better than the 30F for the fact that the bottom of the cups now have space for my breasts. Because there is more projection, I can actually get the underwire to sit in my IMF. The band and underwire are much more comfortable in this than the 30F. Otherwise, the two sizes share the same issues, this bra has even more empty space in the top cups and the underwire is much too wide. In this one I do notice that the underwire pokes me under the arms.
If this bra was the same shape, but just had the extra fabric pulled in to the center, that would be closer to perfect. (There is a photo of me adjusting to make it this way). Again, I'm surprised that this is recommended for FOB but still didn't work for me. This is the bra that made me think I need to look for cups with a lot of projection at the bottom.
Updated on Nov 28, 2020 Flag this
This bra fits me quite well.....with the exception being that the gore is too high. I'm getting a pre-owned one, so that I can wear it around and see if the gore bothers me. I don't want to spend $50 on an experiment! FOB, center-full, close-set. splayed, wide/tall roots.
Updated on Sep 26, 2020 Flag this
I ordered this in a size too small. It looks like it’s made well I think this would work on bottom fullness better then someone full on top. I’m usually 30G so I know it didn’t fit due to that and it really couldn’t accommodate my center/upper fullness. Besides quad boob effect it almost wanted to make me less round not necessarily pointy but somewhere in the middle. It also seemed like it wanted to push me east west. Again this can very well be the size but I’m skeptical to go up because I’m not sure in the correct size it will accommodate me. I’m definitely projected and I think I have slightly narrow roots as well as center fullness. I think I’m functionally FOT but I’m not an expert just learning myself with trial and error.
Updated on Jun 12, 2018 Flag this
Band length felt perfect; the straps didn't dig too badly. Quite itchy at the bottom of the cups. The gore width suited my somewhat wide-set breasts. The reinforcement at the armpits was really great. Unfortunately, the seams were very high profile (it'd take a lot of layers to hide them) and the cups were simply too small for my right boob. Even the stretch lace (which was nice, but less soft than the Jasmine) didn't prevent quadding.
Updated on Jul 26, 2017 Flag this
This is my first panache bra and Iam really In love with how comfortable this bra is https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> it is soft, supportive and sooooo pretty!! The lace is elastic.. Wow!! Super nice!! The lift is natural as the shape it gives, rounded but natural. Very true to size, the straps adjust all the way, and the band is very comfortable. I think this bra would be great for full on top boobs because of the elastic lace on top of the cups. Love the fit!!
Updated on Jul 07, 2016 Flag this
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