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: 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).
Abstract: This bra gives an amazing round shape and, as a bonus, functions well as a nude bra while also being decorative and pretty at the same time.