The Great Amazon Prime Wardrobe Try-On, Pt 2!
My shape: FOB, narrow roots/shoulders, soft tissue, 32G (though I'm thinking maybe more 30G since a lot of these 32 bands are too stretchy for me!)
Fit: The wires are sort of bendy and not as sturdy, but they seem narrow, ala Ewa Michalak bras. Maybe not as U-shaped, but I don't have a problem with them poking my armpits, and they enclose my breast tissue on the sides. There is an elastic band along the top lace part of the cup, which is fine on my smaller breast, but I get slight quadding/spillage on my larger one. There are only two ... hooks for the band, and it feels a lot stretchier than what I am used to. The straps are not too wide for my narrow shoulders, which is a nice change of pace for me! I get a splayed, sort of pushed out to the sides shape, which is not my cup of tea. The fabric is super soft, so it would be nice for anyone who has sensitive skin. It feels like stretchy microfiber, all except the top lace parts.
Appearance: This is a darker charcoal colored bra, so it would be a good alternative to a black bra. The bottom of the cups has two layers of super soft fabric, the lining being a mesh, the outside a striped soft, stretchy material. The inside of the cups has this vertical folded section along the sides of each cup; I've never seen that before in a bra. The clasp is three sets of two hooks; I had mine on the tightest clasp right away, which leads me to believe this will stretch out even farther once it gets worn in more.
Verdict: Though comfortable, this doesn't give me the shape I am looking for. I like the soft fabric, the narrower wires and straps, but I think, if I were to try this, I would go a band size down. I've never heard of this brand of bra before, but it was one that was available for Prime Wardrobe, and I am glad I checked it out!
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Updated on Jun 18, 2018 Flag this