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Simple and comfortable. If I had just a little more bust I could fill it but very very close to fitting me. Only the cups were a tad big. Provided good support and honestly could be easily worn anyway. The versatility of using straps vs not is awesome. Nice clean stitching and overall nice feel. Probably best for full bottom and projected bust.
Updated on May 18, 2016 Flag this
This is a good-enough strapless bra, on the basis that realistically, *nothing* is going to work when you are this size. The rubberisation strips along the top and bottom are as grippy as a grippy thing, and its fairly comfy to wear (probably because the band stretches a lot). It holds your boobs up roughly where they should be.
I wore this once, for my Wedding day, and it did a great job, but I was happy to take it off at the end of the day (I might actually have taken it off not quite at the end of the reception if memory serves me right). But hey, ... if you need a strapless bra, this would be my go to one. There are strap hole thingies if you want to use it as a normal strapped bra (but why on earth would you? Strapless bras are not meant to be a comfy, super flattering bra option, but a compromise when you want to wear something that smaller busted ladies can get away with no issues in summer and you don't want to be left out/look like an old maid *all* the time....https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_razz.gif" alt=":P" />)
It is fairly reminiscent of super hero costuming though - I think you could get away with this if you have a costume party to go to and want to be Wonder Woman or something - it gently reminds me of Bionic Woman or something - but hey - scaffolding 34GG boobs will do that.
As always, Panache quality is great.
Updated on Jan 24, 2015 Flag this
The Panache Evie seems very well made, but it's shape incompatible for me. I think I'd probably have to size down in order to make it work, as there's a space in the top part of the cup, which is not common for me as I'm full on top. If you're inbetween sizes, use the smaller cup for this bra.
Updated on Jun 23, 2014 Flag this
This bra looks terrible, terrible on me without the straps. The band seems to wrinkle from top to bottom and although the band doesn't seem to move, my breast tissue gets rearranged in the cups if I lift my arms. I feel like the cups are too deep and the wires are too wide at the bottom or the deepest part of the cup doesn't match where the apex of my boobs would fall naturally. Looking at the bra, the cups look much bigger than my breasts. I have arm pit spillage and terrible orange in a glass. I have no idea if I need to size up ... or down the cup or if I should go up a band. Typically I've been wearing a 34G (UK) in Panache, but I feel if I did a 34G in this bra, I'd still have orange in a glass and arm pit spillage and would then have quad boob. I'm wondering if Confetti would be a better fit for me. When I bought this I did an extensive/exhaustive online search and the Pananche Confetti was the only other strapless bra I could find in a 34/36 G-H. I'll be posting pictures and a fit request. I suspect the shape on this is all wrong for me. It looks better with the straps done as halter straps. I did not get clear straps with this, although I ordered it NWT off of Ebay and the packaging looked new and unopened.
Updated on May 04, 2013 Flag this
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