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.
Abstract: This is your typical unpadded Freya plunge/balconette bra — pretty print, ugly shape, wildly inaccurate sizing.
Abstract: This bra was a huge success for me. The fit and shape are spot-on, and the bright and shiny coral-pink color is nice, if unsubtle. In light of recent developments in EM’s customer relations, however, I’ve decided to stop purchasing bras directly from them.
Have I really not posted anything here for the last eight months? I didn’t think it had been that long! Apologies for the long stretch of inactivity. I’ve been very busy since the start of this year, so blogging kind of fell to the wayside. My quest for bra perfection hasn’t stopped, though! I’ve bought, tried on, and sold loads of bras in the intervening months, and there have been some surprising successes as well as some pretty spectacular failures. I’ve been keeping notes on most of what I’ve tried, because evidently I’m just that kind of obsessive bra nerd, and now that I have a bit of spare time I’m starting to assemble them into proper reviews. I’ll start posting again soon. Stay tuned!