I've been looking for this bra for so long after I fell in love with it in a too small 65E. The 65F fits much better! It's about as good as I could've hoped for - the band seems a tiny bit tighter than other SP bras like it, I fill out the cups but do not quad, the wires aren't resting on my tissue. The straps and band of this size are noticeably thicker and more supportive.
I notice on this bra that there seems to be a 'bubble' at the edge of the top of the cup. I've experienced this in other Simone Perele bras too - ...where the top seam the cup will lie flat on your breasts, but there will be a slight bubble of empty space between the top seam and your breasts. I believe it is just how these bras are constructed. You can see it happening in some of the pictures. This usually gets worse for me when I am sitting or slouching. It doesn't bother me too much standing up, and isn't noticeable under clothes, so I much prefer it to quadboob.
Overall, I'm in love. I've missed this level of comfort and how thin and breathable the fabric is. I wish the bra wasn't white, but i can deal with it. Read more 111 more words
i got this bra recently as a giveaway when I was trying to find my new size. I actually love it a lot and wear it under most of my more sheer tops. My only complaint is that it's a little closed on top, so as usual, that gives me a little bit of bubble boob. But, not as noticeable as most padded bras that are closed on top. I just don't have enough upper tissue and the top of my chest is getting bony, so instead of a gradual slope, I get kind of a "b" shape..but again, this one is not nearly as bubbly as more moulded or ...padded bras I've tried with the same shape. I think the Chantelle Rive Gauche and a few padded Wacoals were some of the more severe cases.
Other than that, I can't speak much for the band's tautness as this one was used. Personally I don't mind and will be altering it when I have a chance. This is one of the most comfortable bras I've ever had. I'm not sure how to describe the materials, they're just so amazing. The cups have a nice, very light foam, and a very soft feel to them. The band and straps are incredibly comfortable as well. Cup depth is perfect for me, as well as cup width. Cups aren't too fat apart. Straps aren't fully adjustable due to the floral design near the cups, but they adjust long/short enough for me. Overall I'd recommend this to someone with average-some projection, and needing narrower wires. This bra is a really comfortable seamless padded bra and looks great under t-shirts. Appearance-wise, it has floral embroidery on the band that stops about 2" after the cups, and the same embroidery on the straps near the cups. It's a very simple, yet really pretty bra. I'm really happy with it. The only thing I would change is that I would make it more open on top. I actually love this so much I'd buy one in black if I could find one. Read more 230 more words
This is my absolute favorite bra, though a 65F would suit me better. Slight quadboob, but nothing crazy. I would say this runs true to size in the cup, so don't order that size you can sometimes fit into like I did. Some people find the band a bit stretchy, mine was tighter when I received it but the measurement shown reflects how it fits now in a well used condition.
I used to be a padded push-up type, but this bra has converted me. The thin moulded cup gives a great shape and is easier to fit than unlined bras IMO. Sometimes my pierced nipple shows through a ...bit, but I don't mind. The unpierced nipple is a lot less noticeable through the fabric. As a bonus, my boyfriend loves how thin it is when he gropes me. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_razz.gif" alt=":P" /> I'm pretty pale and the beige color makes this my go-to nude bra.
It's soft, it's comfortable, it's attractive. The quality seems good! I bought it used and after a year or more of pretty regular wear (it's my favorite!), it still looks very nice and new. Read more 84 more words