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Elomi: Jocelyn Plunge Bra
6 reviews
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Details:
  • Seamed, 3-part cup unlined underwire plunge bra
  • U.K. cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Adjustable, close-set, stretch straps won't slip
  • 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
  • Columns and rows increase with size
Featured Review:
on July 31, 2014
very supportive, but can poke under the arms
I love this bra. It is the best fitting bra I have found in years. I would give it a full five stars except for one thing - by the end of the day, I am sore beneath the arms from the ends of the underwires poking into me. Other than that, it is so supportive, so beautifully fitting, that I wish I could just make those underwires shorter by about half an inch!
Cleo by Panache: Ellis Balconette Bra
4 reviews
Color:
Details:
  • Seamed 3-part cup mesh-lined underwire balcony bra
  • U.K. cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Fully adjustable stretch straps with leotard back
  • 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
  • Columns and rows increase with size
Featured Review:
on October 17, 2014
Excellent
This bra is a wonderful fit that can be worn all day without needing adjustments or causing any suffering (we've all been there before). Fabric is soft, straps stay put once they've been adjusted. Definitely makes your chest 'pop' - the opposite of a minimizer. Nice shape, would buy in every color if there were more color options available.
Freya: Lacey Balcony Bra
13 reviews
Color:
Details:
  • Seamed, 3-part balcony cup unlined underwire bra
  • U.K. cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Molded double-layer cups with side boning for support
  • Fully adjustable, close-set, stretch straps won’t slip
  • 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
Featured Review:
on January 2, 2014
A bit big but I still love it
I read the other reviews for this bra before I purchased it and I just have to say that I haven't run into the problems with the seams on the cups like so many other people have. I'm not sure why. It might be because my breasts are heavy and soft (not perky or firm) and so my breasts are not full up at the top and therefore do not really push against the seams. I do want to suggest to all of those people that are having problems with the seams to make sure that you are wearing the correct size bra. Most women are not in the right size. If you're having problems with the seams, I predict that you are not wearing a big enough cup. Anyway, yes, this bra runs pretty large. I ordered a 30 because the last few bras I ordered in 28 were too tight. I am probably going to order another one of these bras in a 28 soon, but I am keeping this 30 because it is just so comfortable.
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