I know I'm joining the chorus here, but I got this a few weeks ago, and it's become my go-to bra. I'd tried the Andorra in the past, but found the shape a little pointy and the wires too long--I'm 5' 3", with relatively high set breasts. The Jasmine fixes both those problems--possibly because it's cut larger (or just deeper?) in the cup, allowing me to take my regular size (30G), rather than sizing up like I have to with the Andorra. The wires on the Jasmine 30G are only an inch or so shorter than those on the Andorra 30GG, but that's the difference between being stabbed ...in the armpit vs. not.
I really like the front and center, uplifted shape. More importantly, this is the most supportive bra I currently own. Not sure quite why it's so fantastic in the regard--the wires are still slightly too wide, but that's true for me of all the bras I've tried except for Ewa Michalak. I think the fact that the wires are fairly stable/non-flexy may help.
Oh, and the stretch lace is just as awesome as everyone says for working with asymmetry. Read more 85 more words
The lace is soft and flexible, making is lay flat even for less top fullness. The color is dark beige, not light pastel peach, which it looks like in the Amazon image. The color gives me a granny feel https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":-(" /> Bit too dark for the liking of a blonde like me. It's available in black and black/white too, but I already have black bras and the b/w pattern looks too busy.
The side panels have some rippling, not knowing if it is a size/shape issue, or just that the bra would benefit from thicker side panels. Probably one size smaller cup would be better, but would that be comfortable. Shape is bit conical, and regardless of the small gore it appears a bit separating for me. I would like still narrower wires, but my roots are probably unusually narrow and short.
Feels like a quality bra. It fits and is very comfortable, but I'm still thinking to try out Ewa Michalak bras.
Here we go again.... I’m really undecided on this one. I don’t know if I need more room? Cup, band, or both? Possibly the underwire is too low or too stiff. I thought it fit at first but now I’m not so sure it seems like it is going to slide down my rib cage painfully. I think it’s similar to Cleo’s Hettie which does fit me and is also comfortable so I’m not sure what’s going on here. Suggestions on size or on another style would be very much appreciated😊 I have added the bras I’ve tried so far. I’m pretty sure all measurements are added for ...the most current bras I’ve tried and I’m adding pictures and reviews to each as well. I think the wide set straps are actually creating problems for me but that seems to be the styles that work best🤔 FYI I’m utilizing Amazon Prime/ Prime Wardrobe if possible so I have not tried any polish bras yet I’m not opposed to them but I’m not quite ready to start that journey yet. I do think I could possibly have more luck but I just love the convenience of Amazon!!! TIA Read more 89 more words
This is a nice bra, similar to the Envy with a slightly lower gore and shorter cup. I prefer the Envy because for whatever reason the Envy is more comfortable on me, maybe because the fabric on the bottom of the cup is stretchier on the Envy. However, the shape of the Jasmine is phenomenal, high and round, while the shape of the Envy is much pointier/lower. The stretch lace top accommodates FOT ladies pretty well. I do get wrinkling in the bottom of the cup from not enough immediate projection. Overall, this is pretty good but not perfect bra for me.
Didn't work for me. Really scratchy material, surprisingly. The band seemed shorter than the band on the Envy and the wires were digging in pretty badly at the bottom of the cup. I think the wires at my armpits were too short. The stretch lace is lovely, though, and the cups contained all my tissue well (except for around the armpits) with no quadboobing.
I am a fairly even and projected breast shape. I have average-to-narrow roots with a slight omega shape. My best fitting bra is a Cleo Lily in 30G.
This bra fits somewhat similarly to the Lily, although it has a more closed top and slightly wider wires. I find the shape to be a little pointier, though still quite flattering (as someone who prefers a rounded shape). I suspect this is due to the two vertical seams creating a slightly different fit.
The floral design is classy and pleasant to the eye. It's fairly modest in colouration, with many purple-ish fall tones. The lace on top adds a little interest to the design overall.
The band isn't tight enough, and the cups are too wide, so the bra slips down with wear, and there's only two hooks; I prefer three for that extra support. The fabric is rough and I get red marks and itches. This hasn't improved even after several washes. I'd like the straps to be wider, too.
I find the colour (pink/champagne) a bit dull and grey, and darker than I expected. I'd describe it as a dark sort of cherry pink. Still, it doesn't show under light tops even though I'm ghostly pale.
I like the stretch lace on top of the cups, more bras need this. I thought it would be good for days when I'm bloating, but I fill it up well enough on regular days, and any increase in size gives me a weird almost square shape in this bra.
It's an okay sort of bra, and despite its flaws I will be keeping it. While I won't be going out in it, it's good enough to wear at home, or when dressing down.
I decided to try this bra after reading many rave reviews about it. I have to agree that this bra probably fits many different breast types and it is very comfortable. The bra fit me well, gore tacks, wires seems to be right width, band is OK, no quad boob or gaping, so at first, I was very happy with it and bought it in several colors. Then I noticed that compared to my Freya and Cleo Lucy bras this bra did no support and lift my FOB breast as well and also that my soft breast tissue jiggles a lot more than in my other bras. Since then these bras have become my hanging around the house bras.