Runs large in the cup, compared to other panache bras in a similar cut for my body. Had to take in the seams to get the upper lace to lay flat and to give a round shape. Might be more of a issue of to tall than an depth issue .however after altering its a very alluring set not too young and frilly very much in my taste not floral cute but still fun. The matching briefs are very comfortable. All and all I am pretty happy with this bra .
Fits I suppose but I am not full on top at all so the lace doesn't quite lay flat. Also I'm finding that im just not a fan of the shape I get from the super bras I have tried. I prefer a more rounded look.
Mhmm this bra, I had really hoped would fit well since it's so cute and I got it nwot cheap, but it has one fatal flaw for me: there is an elastic about 1/2" from the top that's probably to tighten it for FOB short root ladies. I don't usually have wrinkling issues (except in FoT designed bras since my tall roots are shallow) but this creates a weird side view while my breasts try to stretch that elastic. I am more even/ slightly FoB with need for immediate projection, center full with close set breasts. If it didn't have that elastic strip, it would be a winner. So disappointed but I'll try and find a new home for it once I get around to listing all of the bras that don't fit or that I have shape issues with.
This bra no longer fits me. It is a sister cut of the Panache Ariza and it does fit very similarly. The top layer has some odd wrinkling that is always present and seems like an odd design choice. I really like the shape this bra gives me, as it is a bit more like my natural shape than the round & super-lifted look.
The straps on this bra are so thin that they twist and leave red marks, no matter how many times I straighten them out. It has also stretched a little more than I expected, but I am borderline 28G/30FF, so it is more noticeable for me.
A 32 band is slightly too loose for me, but a 30 band tends to be a little tight, so I am using this with an extender, which is also nice because I have very broad shoulders, and its more comfortable to have the straps a little further out. It's my favorite bra in the world, fits fantastically, and its pretty!
This bra is much prettier up close than I expected it to be based on photos I had seen online. The pattern is embroidered on the top of the cup rather than just printed, and the thread has a slight sheen to it that really gives the fabric dimension and makes the orange pop.
I was in between sizes for this bra, I think due to my wide root. The top of the cup felt a little bit loose while everything else fit fine, including the wires. The cups have a very straight balconette cut decorated with scalloped edges, while straps attached on the traditional outer edge. I ...have narrow shoulders and didn't have trouble with the straps falling down, and also found that the straps were still wide set enough that the tops of the cups didn't peek out beneath my shirt where the straps attached. Best of both worlds on that front.
The band was quite firm, which I loved, and the gore tacked well without digging in.
There was some bunching of the outer fabric on the top of the cup where there may have been a manufacturing defect; basically the embroidered layer has a little wrinkle to it instead of being sewn totally flat to the cup material.
This bra doesn't have an inner side sling, nor does the seam pattern have one of those lifting panels that's basically a side sling incorporated into the cup design. Despite this, I think it did way better for my shape than many bras which do have those features. The lift was good, and I had very little east-west happening.
All around the bra was really comfortable, quite pretty, and supportive. Unfortunately it needs somebody with breasts that are slightly fuller on top than mine, I think! Read more 186 more words