I can't really talk about how it fits, because I didn't learn about fullness, shape, or anything like that until I lost weight and could no longer wear this bra. I'm now a 32GG, and this band stretches out to a 36. It fits like a 36F.
It's a great basic, nude, t-shirt bra. I'd like to try it in a size that fits, because I can't say for sure anything about how it fits because I lost weight before I could wear it much.
Of all the bras that arrived, this seems to fit the best.
There is a slight float at the top of the gore, and I always (always!) seem to want a tighter band, but other than that it seems good. It is comfortable, but I wonder if my right breast will end up migrating out of the cup due to my scoliosis (it's pretty bad, as you can see in the photos...this is why I never, ever allow photos to be taken of me despite being much more covered up! Ha!). This is the only reason I rate the comfort as 'good' instead of excellent. Does anyone else ...have this problem?
The tops of the cups gap just a little bit, but it's a pretty small amount. I think my breasts are shallow, so that's something I'm accustomed to, however wrong it is. That said, they do seem to fit better (as does everything else) on the second set of hooks. Though...if you look at the side view (I've lightened these) there do seem to be some weird angled horizontal stretches! What is that?
The straps adjust as much as I'll probably ever need them to.
It is a beautiful bra, and seems very well-made (like my Casey). The band is nice and firm, which I definitely appreciate.
I've this and the 30DD, and can't really figure out which is the better fit. In the 30DD (http://www.bratabase.com/bra/dlvh7/), there's a lot of 'oomph', and I wonder if it is that I like about the smaller one.
So far as the E cup, the band is a fine fit and it's comfortable, but there's gaping at the top of the cups, as I tried to show in one of the photos. That's probably to be expected with a molded-cup bra for someone who is much fuller on the bottom, but it's bothersome to me, is bound to show through certain shirts, and is probably the other reason ...I prefer the 30DD.
Fit aside, it's a beautiful bra, per usual. I know some won't like the little dangly heart beneath the bow (or the bow!) but thus far I seem to have been restricted to boring bras, so any embellishment is good in my book!
TBH, I will probably send every single bra I bought back and try to start over again. :'( It's too bad, because I love the quality of Parfait bras! Read more 75 more words
This and the Freya Faye were my go-to nude bras back when I wore a 30F. The Faye was my favorite because I have moderate projection, but I wore this, the Jeanie, when I couldn't afford to show seams through my shirts. It worked very well and I found the bra very comfortable, just a little shallower than I'd like. At first that was very comforting because it reminded me of the Victoria's Secret bras I used to wear.
Now, this bra is just too small for me. It's still in excellent condition--it's been worn a bunch, so the label is totally ruined, but the bra band remains firm and the construction doesn't seem affected at all. Remarkably sturdy bra.
I almost found the perfect molded plunge for shallow, wide rooted boobs. This is a nice basic bra, made of comfortable material. It's molded, so there are no worries of showing through, but it doesn't have too much padding.
The cups fit pretty well: I can fill them out without getting the usual quadboob on top. Most importantly, the shape of the cups fit my boobs, so it doesn't look unnatural under clothing. It's nice to finally have a plunge that works for my shape. Usually with plunges, I can't fill out the middle, but I'll have quadboob.
Unfortunately, the only con I could find is pretty big. The straps are way too far apart. They sit in my armpits, causing the cups to gap if I bring my shoulders too far forward.
Initially, this bra wasn't very comfortable, and did weird things to my boobs. However, after "breaking it in" for about a week, I love it! There is just a tad bit of folding at the bottom on the side of my smaller boob, and there's a slight amount of quadboob-like stuff going on in the center, but otherwise it fits great. If I were to buy again, I would probably get a 32GG to fix the gore issue and add a little bit of support.
I have no idea what is going on with this bra. Pros: it is shallow enough for me, and the cups are separated far enough for me. There is 1.375" of space between the cups. Cons: the band is way. too. stretchy. I can stretch it out to 32.5". This should not be happening. Also, I get slight gapping when I don't stand up straight.
This is the first bra I ever bought from a swap. I was looking for a bra that gave cleavage - this one definitely does. The bra is just fine other than the fact that everything falls to the middle when I wear it longer than five minutes.