Abstract: All my bra straps are too far apart, which causes discomfort in the armpit area. I altered the Panache Idina balconette to move the straps down and in, choosing this particular bra because its seams are horizontal rather than diagonal. This post includes step-by-step pictures of the process. Moving the straps didn’t change the support or the shape from the side, but it did create a pretty funny shape oddity when viewed from above.
Abstract: This bra really lives up to the hype. The shape, support, and comfort are all incredible, and — bonus! — it looks nice, too. It is quite pricey, though, and I find that it holds on to sweat and body heat in a not-so-pleasant way, but overall, I’m very impressed with the Panache Sport.
Here’s another set of quick reviews. These three bras are cut the same as other Ewa Michalak bras that I’ve previously reviewed: the HP Cielus, the HM Gold and HM Classic, and the CHP Brzoskwinka respectively. With EM, all bras with the same two- or three-letter code are more or less identical in terms of fit, comfort, shape, and support, so today’s post is mainly just some notes on sizing.
I’m trying out a new, shorter review format for bras where I don’t have enough data to write a full review. Today’s subjects are the Freya Gem balconette, the Cleo Marcie, and the Freya Lauren half cup.
Abstract: Three great bras that run quite small in the band and cup. I liked the shape, the designs, and the unexpectedly low price points. These bras were a unique and appealing change of pace compared to the other brands I’ve tried.
Abstract: This wasn’t the best match for my boobs, but it’s a pretty bra that gives a natural and rounded (not pointy!) shape. I have to admit, I don’t really understand why it costs as much as it does.