I have no idea why I waited so long to try the Tango. Just last week, someone on facebook mentioned that Tango fit bigger than Jasmine for them. I'm on the verge of out growing my 32JJ Jasmine and even my 32JJ Floris is getting small. So I found this on clearance on Amazon, with prime shipping and free returns (have you used an amazon locker for returns yet? So sweet! I have a locker about a mile from my house!)
Yes. Yes this DOES fit bigger than the jasmine. It looks like a much better shape for my full-all-over omega boobs. ... I mean, there's some wrinkling, and some gapping at the top, but we big girls cant be so picky. If there's no quadding and good support and no pain, its a win!
Sorta tempted to buy the "Heather Ombre" which is a dusty purple, but I think I'll wait and see if my weight drops. After all, I have a 75K S rokoko coming from Ewa and I'm in negotiations to buy a (probably) never-worn 75K S Mojito, so I should be ok for a bit. Read more 92 more words
This is my first time reviewing the Panache Tango on Bratabase, but I have tried it one other time before, though I don’t remember the size I remember it was too small in the band and cups.
This bra is just sad. Like literally, my boobs are growing, can you see it? They always say go big or go home, and, well, I definitely went big on this one. Too big in fact.
The actual bra itself is a nice sturdy construction, but that being said there’s no stretch to it. I’ve always seen this bra being touted as one for FOB folks, so I guess this is ...too FOB for me maybe, otherwise I’m not sure what the deal is here. The cups obviously are way too big, as seen by the gaping and wrinkles everywhere. I liked how full coverage it was, but that was about where it stopped. The wires are too long and pokey, and it’s just so…sad looking. The band was nice and snug.
I won’t blame Panache for this one, as I’m sure it fits great when it’s the right size and shape, but it’s obviously not for me.
PS- I hate the color, but I’m definitely a beige/nude/tan hater anyway so 🤷♀️ Read more 101 more words
FOB/Projected. Pro: I love the color. So pretty and fun! Mesh leaf embroidery fabric also very cute. Cons: Everything else. Tops of the cups gaped on both cups, wrinkles on bottom near outer underwire, gore came up a bit too high, and all in all gave me an unflattering shape. Return to sender!
I purchased the Tango in a 32J in both Pale Jade (light green) and Tiger Lily (orange). To my surprise, the pale jade one seemed to fit perfectly, and the tiger lily was a little too big (wrinkling at the top of the cup). Currently, the tiger lily is a better fit for me. Since the pale jade was an older colorway, maybe the Tango has been redesigned recently? Back when I was a 32H, I owned the Tango in pale jade, blue/gold, wisteria, and forest, and all the colorways seems to fit me the same way back then. I'm hoping Panache brings back some of the old colors eventually, because orange is not exactly my color.
As with all the Panache bras I own in my current size (32J), I previously owned the Tango in a 32H, then outgrew it when I gained weight. The only color I was able to replace in a 32J was Pale Jade. I find it comfortable, and it's minimizing enough for me to be able to wear button down shirts. This particular bra seems to have the classic orange in a champagne glass problem on me. I also purchased this bra in the new color Tiger Lily, which fits me better.
An astonishingly bad fit. I ordered this from HerRoom, and I wouldn't say I had high hopes, but wow. The cup wrinkled, it wasn't projected enough, it wasn't narrow enough, it gave me bullet boobs, the gore cut in, the wires hurt, the fabric wasn't soft. Painful Panache is right! I'm glad that a lot of people like this bra, but it's not for me.
This bra seems to run large compared to other Panache styles. Wires are wider, cups bigger, band longer and stretchier. So large, in fact, that I double checked the tag to make sure it wasn't a 36 H or HH. The fabric is pretty but scratchy. The cups come up higher than I expect for a balconnet style.