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I really like this bra! The cups fit well and give a nice rounded shape. It's also pretty comfortable with minimal adjusting throughout the day.
The wire is a little high in the center and on the sides since I am petite, and slightly scratchy overall. I really wish there was a smoother version of this bra or a seamless one with a similar shape. The band is looser than I was expecting from Panache (I could use a band smaller than 28 anyway) and the front fabric under the wire folds in/under, doesn't lay flat.
Pros: Nice rounded shape, cups lay flat and smooth at the top of the chest
cons: embroidery is raised above the cups, if you're petite it might poke you
Updated on Nov 23, 2011 Flag this
I love this bra! I much prefer it to the Freya Rio bra I own. The material is very nice and soft/silky and feels much better on my skin than the somewhat itchy mesh material. I also love the embroidered leaves because they make the bra look quite pretty. The vermillion red color is also very lovely.
The straps are also thinner than the Freya Ro bra, which I prefer because I am very petite and I do not feel that a bulky bra suits me terribly well. They are also less prone to show.
My two main problems with this bra were that I ... could comfortably fasten the bra on the tightest hook (not good!), but this is probably because my ribcage is small and would suit a 26 band. The band also seems somewhat less stretchy than Freya.
My second problem is that even though the bra fits, the underwires at the center gore poke into my breast tissue. I am going to purchase the Tango Plunge bra to see if this will alleviate the problem.
And yes, the wires are broader than those in the Freya band and yes they do go under one's armpits. This is not a problem for me because I haven't experienced any poking whatsoever.
The shape that this bra gives me is quite nice because it really helps to emphasize my tiny waist and curves. My breasts get a pleasant round shape to them, which I appreciate. I also prefer the lower line the cups make. They don't go too high on me like my Freya Rio, they go to just the perfect level.
I do get wrinkling where the strap meets the underwire, but this is because my breasts are fuller on the bottom than they are on the top.
This is my favorite bra so far!
Please be patient! I will be adding measurements for this bra soon!
Updated on Sep 09, 2011 Flag this
As someone who have a soft FoB breast with a need of a lot of immediate projection, I usually struggle to find a bra that I can fill in the bottom and the top of the cup at the same time. I started my adventure for a bra that fit at the beginning of the year, but until now, I never had the glorious feeling that I found the most perfect bra for my boobs. Well, now I have. The Tango II scarlet has arrived in my mail box this morning, and it gives me the projection I need at the bottom of the cup, but at the ... same time, it gently line the top of my breast, with no gap and no quadboob. The fabric is great, soft and not stretchy, it feel supportive. The wire are padded, and are confortable, they could have been a little narrower for my very narrow roots, but they are narrow enough to my taste. The straps are stretchy, and that's again very confortable, I trust them not to cut into my shoulders. Finally, the bra is very good looking. I love the design, the sewn leaves... However, I was a little disappointed when I discovered that the scarlet tango... Wasn't scarlet. It's a very deep pink, or maybe primary red... It isn't a bright and definitive red, it's a little pinkish. It isn't very visible on photo thought, it looks red. The shape it gives me is very natural, I like it.
I still have to see how it will turn out after wearing it a whole day, I will edit this review later.
Etant quelqu'un qui a une poitrine à la peau lâche, FoB, et ayant besoin de beaucoup de projection immédiate, je galère d'habitude à trouver un soutien gorge dans lequel je remplis le bas et le haut du bonnet en même temps. J'ai débuté mon aventure en quête d'un soutien gorge qui m'irait parfaitement au début de l'année, mais jusqu'ici, je n'avais jamais ressentis cette incroyable sensation d'avoir trouvé le plus parfait des soutiens gorges pour mes seins. C'est chose faite à présent. Le Tango II est arrivé dans ma boite aux lettre ce matin, et il me donne toute la projection dont j'ai besoin dans le bas du bonnet, tout en épousant le dessus de mes seins, sans bailler et sans me faire de quadboob. Le tissu est super, doux et pas élastique, je me sens bien soutenue. Les baleines sont rembourrées, et sont confortables, elles pourraient être un petit peu plus étroites pour mes racines super étroites, mais elles le sont suffisamment à mon goût. Les bretelles sont élastiques, et ça aussi c'est vraiment confortable, je sais qu'elles ne me rentreront pas dans les épaules. Enfin, le soutien gorge est vraiment beau. J'adore son look, les feuilles cousues... Cependant, j'ai été un peu déçue de découvrir que le Tango "écarlate", n'est pas écarlate. C'est un rose très foncé, ou un rouge primaire... Ce n'est pas un rouge éclatant et définitif, il tend vers le rose. Par contre ça ne se voit pas vraiment sur les photos, il y a l'air rouge. La forme que le tango me donne est très naturelle, j'aime beaucoup.
Faut encore que je vois comment il va m'aller après l'avoir porté toute une journée, j'éditerais cette review plus tard.
Updated on Oct 22, 2015 Flag this
Ok, so I should hav gotten the ff, but it works. It's not perfect cupwise, but it gives me support i want and improvisera my posture. The wires dig in a little at the sternum, but that's about the only real fit issue i have. It gives me cone shaped breasts that are quite separated, and it looks totally retro under a blouse or sweater! Since most bras gives a rounded shape, it's a great alternative.
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Updated on Jul 19, 2014 Flag this
This bra is very pretty. I'd love for it to fit, but not only is the cup too small, but the shape projects more than I'd like. The band runs small and the cup as well. I ended up spilling not only on the top but on the side.
I've got the plunge coming in 28GG, so we'll see if that fits.
Updated on Mar 24, 2014 Flag this
This bra would provide a more pointy look.
Updated on Aug 14, 2013 Flag this
All kinds of wrong. I don't get this bra. Not filling out the bottom, not filling out the cup, quadding. The fabric is itchy.
Updated on Jul 20, 2013 Flag this
This is my first 28G, so I don't have a lot of basis for comparison, but the construction is nice and it feels really sturdy. I don't get a lot of jiggling when I move around.
One thing to note is that the wires, at least on the one I received, are about 1/4th of an inch too short to reach the top of the gore. The top part of the gore, consequently, kept coming away from my body, while the wires inside stabbed me every time I leaned forward. Not sure if this is a universal issue, but it's painful enough to send the bra back.
This bra gives me a pointier shape than I prefer, and the leaf design is somewhat visible under a thin cotton shirt.
If it weren't for the underwire issue, this bra would be comfortable and supportive enough to keep.
Updated on Mar 28, 2013 Flag this
Not quite as good as the Tango Plunge, but still a pretty good fit for my low sitting boobs with very little gapping at the top.
Updated on Jan 10, 2013 Flag this
While I like Panache's Cleo line their soft cups give me a really odd shape, like a Madonna cone shape. For the size this bra is the back band is terribly thin and feel on the flimsy side, it's firm on the tightest hooks which is a plus but I'm not sure if it makes up for how unsupported I feel in the back. The bottom front also rises up a bit on me though the gore sits flat. I don't know how often I will wear this, it could end up as an around the house bra.
Updated on Sep 01, 2012 Flag this
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