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Almost perfect, but had to return it. I loved the shape it gave me. Very front and center. Unfortunately, "too center." Because the gore was so low and the plunge cut me from the top of my boob to the bottom pretty close to my nipple, I kept falling toward the middle creating the dreaded quadraboob, which showed thru form-fitting shirts. That was a deal breaker. I normally wear a 30GG in the Freya Deco and in Cleo. The band was firm and the cups were the right size. A larger cup size would have cut too high under my armpit.
Updated on Jul 29, 2015 Flag this
I love this black bra because I can wear it with plunge shirts and show off a little cleavage (which, let's face it, in a 30GG case, it's never "a little"). I also like how the bra is hard to see under the arm, and the straps hide a little better in a tank top or dress. The band is a little tight, but I've also been lazy about working out and going off of old measurements. In this bra, and any hard-to-fit bra I've had, the underwire never bothers/pokes me. I never feel like my boobs are going to pop out the top or fall out the bottom. I think this bra has an overall smooth look under clothes.
Updated on Aug 02, 2013 Flag this
Those who like the shape the regular Panache Porcelain gives but find the cup shape too "closed" on top (i.e. if it gives you quad boob even in the correct size)) might want to try this plunge version. I can wear it in my regular size w/o any overspill.
The wires are long on the sides and do poke somewhat in the armpit (I'm 5'3", so taller people may not have this issue). Also, the wires are too wide for me, but unfortunately that's true of most bras is my size. They actually aren't quite as wide as the Deco's in the same size.
Updated on Apr 29, 2012 Flag this