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 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.
Abstract: A solid choice for an everyday bra that would blend in well with pale skin tones. The band runs large, so sizing down would be advisable.
Abstract: These bras aren’t perfect, but they’re very close. The shape is brilliant and the fabric is very lightweight, but the HM Classic is itchy and doesn’t look very smooth under clothes.
Abstract: Perfect fit, perfect shape, some minor comfort and support issues. The appearance is also a bit old-fashioned. Nonetheless, if you love the nearly-hemispherical boob shape as much as I do, you should definitely try this bra (or other Ewa Michalak HP styles).