The new multiway by Panache, this bra fits me quite oddly - the cup is big at the bottom, but I have a bulge anyways, as if the cup was too small. However, I think this just has to see with the way my breasts are, plunge bras don't usually look good on me.
The underwire is really broad and therefore digs a bit in the underarm area, but since it's not too long, it's okay. Also, padding makes a pointy shape.
In a word, this bra doesn't fit me as well as it could, but that's the deepest plunge I've ever found in this kind of sizes (it doesn't show, ever, and I have clothes with a lot of cleavage), and so it does the trick. Definitely not an everyday bra.
Plunges have always been a tough fit for me, and unfortunately, this is no exception. The cups are wide and shallow, which I like in a half cup bra like the CK tease me or Freya's half cup offerings, but when the boobs have the option of oozing into the middle of my chest, wide shallow cups are a bad thing for me. This would be a great bra for someone with wide-set breasts that wanted a bit more cleavage than the average bra will give them. In fact, it seems designed for that purpose, the cups are very shallow on the edges, pushing wide-set ...breasts toward a more open area in the center and center edge of the cup. Voila! Instant va va voom for the cleavage challenged. Unfortunately, I have no need of help in that department; my boobs always want to be together. The bra itself is very nice; the cups are a smooth shiny satin, but the lining is cotton and very comfortable. The straps are convertible...I really need to find a bra like this that will fit my breasts https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> Read more 90 more words
The bra doesn't look good on my breast, the cups look like big plates, there is too much cloth used for them, and my breasts disappear in this bra – my breasts are not _that_ big, even if the size is right. The band is very elastic. The cups don't form the breasts in a pretty way. I still have and sometimes use this bra, but I don't really like it.
This bra is in what I think is my size, but does not remotely fit me in any way. It took a lot of work to get it to fasten, and when it did, I couldn't really breathe. It also appeared to be made for folks whose boobs are more top-heavy, which... I mean, I know that there are people who wear my size who have top-heavy boobs, but I don't feel like that's a common combination. Anyway, the bottoms of my boobs didn't have anywhere to go. (I think they may have been trying to squish out under the bottom of the bra, which would explain why it was so hard to fasten.) I won't be posting pictures of me in this bra because there's no way I'm putting that thing on again.
Very strange on me. Maybe just because it's too small but i suspect the cup shape is wrong also. Orange in a glass, can't get wires into IMF to save my life. Cutting and quadding. Actually comfortable and almost forget I have it on. May try larger cup. Band stretchy and definitely not too tight on second hook.
What I like about this bra, is that it's a plunge bra. It can also be converted into a strapless, or perhaps a cross back bra. It's actually very comfortable. I don't want to take it off! What I dislike about this bra is that there's a prominent seam that goes across it, and it's very visible under shirts. Also, the wires are kind of squeaky.
The band fit nice and snug which was great. Straps weren't too thick or too thin. They can be adjusted quite a bit. The cups however, breasts kept trying to escape from the bottom, the sides, and the top. It's a multiway bra which would have been nice if it fit because I love multiway bras!
This is for the white Zara. The only thing I don't like about this bra is the strap placement is way too wide for someone who wears this size bra. I took the straps off and the top of the cups where the straps go, was in my armpit. Other than that I like this bra. It is pretty and has a satin look and feel to it. I am going to have to learn how to alter straps if I want to wear this bra. Also the bottom of the cups is very shallow just like the 28FF. That doesn't really bother me though. I will wear this after I alter the straps and when I am smaller.
Ohhhh, this is a disappointment. In majority of the Panache non-softs I am a 32E and with Zara I get quadboob. It's not major, won't be seen under clothes (which simultaneously gives me the desired cleavage. Can anybody explain to me how is that possible that the worse the bra fits the better cleavage it gives?) but still - not a good fit.