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The Harmony fits me alright and it's definitely a good bra for shallow breasts with wide roots. It does not push my breasts forward as much as Ewa Michalak Plunges or the Cleo George, so the shape it gives me is more natural.
My beige one does not really work all that well under tight white tops or t-shirts, however, because the material is fairly thin (compared to unpadded Cleos), so it's immidiately obvious when I'm cold https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";-)" />. Seams and lace also show through and the bra is a lighter shade than my - pretty average middle European - skin (in winter, ... so that'll only get worse).
It's not as comfortable as a lot of my other bras, because its wires dig into my ribcage after some hours - could this be the case because they're not "integrated" into the band as they are, for example, in Cleo George style bras? The straps are a little bit uncomfortable too: I feel them when I move my arms forward right after putting on the bra, but forget about them later while I'm wearing it. I'm thinking of taking in the centre gore, as it's very wide and I'm sure the wires would still be wide enough for me then.
I haven't worn the Harmony often enough to say if the band stretches out a lot.
Updated on Mar 21, 2013 Flag this
I was so upset when I heard they were discontinuing the Harmony I rushed off to eBay and bought 6 of them. This is an all time favourite makes a great every day bra with a pretty look. The design of this bra is perfect for my shape. They wash and wear pretty well too, the ones I have currently are almost a year old and only just starting to show signs of age. My only complaint with this bra is that the center gore is just a tiny bit wider than I would like, the left underwire cuts into my left breast (the larger one) a little, but it's not a deal breaker as it isnt painful, except around that time of the month.
Updated on Sep 02, 2012 Flag this