Everything fit on this one except it gaped when I 'slouched'. Gore was low enough not to sit on breast tissue, hence not as much center support, and consequently gave butt cleavage. I would have kept it if it weren't for the gaping.
The cups ran about 1/2 size large on this bra. The band seemed wide too...I laid it next to my other 30 band Parfait Affinitas bras and the band is longer. The cups are also larger than the 30Es (aka 30DDD) by PbyA that I own! I exchanged it for the Casey style instead and it fits much truer to size.
Update: I still stand by my statement that this bra fits. However, it only truly fits when I'm standing perfectly still with my shoulders back after I've just put it on. The minute I move or bend over, the cups stay in their shape and pop away from my chest. Makes for a slightly awkward fit, but the size is right. It's a comfortable bra to wear, just not my favorite.
I feel like this is the first bra I've found in a very long time that legitimately FITS. I have relatively wide roots and close set breasts with pretty even projection, so it's difficult to find bras that are plunge-y enough to not have a painful center gore while still being supportive throughout, and this bra fits the bill. It doesn't pinch in the center or the sides, and I feel like I can actually fill the cups instead of spilling out to the sides. So happy with the Jeanie!
I'm finding that plunge/tshirt bras are never going to work for me because of how center heavy I am. I think this bra is also made for shallower breasts, similar to the Casey- which mine are decidedly not. I don't fill the bottom of the cups (Parfait by Affinitas is the only brand in which this happens) and while I quadboob near the bottom/center, there is empty space at the top. It is definitely the wrong shape for me. The straps are on the thicker side, which is nice, as is the molding. It's not enough to be called padded but it holds its shape quite well. The little bow/heart pendant at the gore is kinda cute. Other than that, it's a very plain bra.
I size up from my usual 32 as the band for this brand run tight. Visually, it's beautiful. Comfortable as well. But, sadly, due to my inner fullness, I was experiencing major spillage after a couple of hours of wear.
I may have gotten some bad intel on this bra. I was stuck between this one and the Parfait By Affinitas Casey (2801) ; coincidentally they both went on sale for about half the original price, so I decided to try both. I read a ton of reviews on a bunch of sites that said the band ran tight and the cups were small, so I decided to get a 30G (I was resized at a 28G and recently I've been branching out into 30FFs and having some success there as well). The band fit fine, but the cups felt a little too large, and the ...straps were spaced much too far apart for me--even after adjusting them to the right length and getting everything settled, it just felt really uncomfortable, and the straps just felt...wrong. Like, 'my shoulders hate me right now and I don't know if I should be shrugging or slouching to make this feel better,' wrong. On top of that, the outer edge of the cups cut in under my arms (at first I thought it was the underwire but it's the cup itself), and the inner edge of the cups come up too high to be worn under my deep v-neck tees, which is what I bought the bra for in the first place. It didn't give me much of a cleavage boost, but it also didn't push me out to the sides or flatten me, which was nice. If not for the fact that the plunge isn't quite plunge enough, I'd try it in the 30FF.
Appearance-wise, this is good, plain bra. It's got a little charm on the gore, but that's about all the decoration you get. It's nice and simple, smooth against the skin and under shirts, and it looks to be of very good quality. Unfortunately it just won't work for my purposes. Read more 205 more words
I actually have worn this bra a decent amount. It's a little bulkier than I'd like but mostly because it's a little big and I prefer non molded bras. This creates good cleavage but not popping out of a person's shirt. And parfait bras have less gapping, maybe the cups aren't as tall, as I typically get with molded cups. The gore does start stabbing me at a certain point.