Abstract: More sizing advice, plus some extra notes on comfort and quality, to add to my original review of the Freya Active Soft Cup.
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: This is your typical unpadded Freya plunge/balconette bra — pretty print, ugly shape, wildly inaccurate sizing.
Abstract: I’m going to go ahead and name this the prettiest bra that Freya has ever made — and Freya has made a lot of pretty bras. The shape under clothes is amazing, too. Unfortunately, the band runs very large and the size range is rather limited. If you wear a larger band and a smaller cup, though, it’s well worth a try.
Abstract: This popular bra, available in a number of different colors and prints, is renowned for its great cleavage and round shape. It fit me very strangely, however, and it gave me an unflattering, flattened-out shape. I don’t think my experience is typical, though.
Abstract: This is the standard — and disappointing — balconette bra that I’ve come to expect from Freya. Pointy shape, weird fit, silly sizing.