Freya Deco Half Cup Padded T-Shirt Bra
fountain of youth to my chest
Love this bra. Very comfortable. Gives my 32F girls quite a boost! Coming back to buy several more. I throw it into the machine and dry on a rack. It has lasted at least 6 months. Not sure what happened with the other reviewers, but I love mine.
April 16, 2013
Decent bra, but not worth $60
I agree with the other reviewer: this bra feels cheap. It feels a bit like VS "cotton bras". I also made the unfortunate mistake of buying from a different website (i.e. not bare necessities) and received a bra that was picked, so the fabric doesn't seem to hold up to much abuse. (As a side note: could this site stock bras in 30D more often, please. I've had bad experiences with other websites.) However, I think the bra fits beautifully. It's comfortable (although I feel that the band runs a bit large, maybe by half a size) and seems reasonably supportive for a demi cut. The "push-up" also seems well done: the padding lightly lifts your breasts and shapes them. That's it. Usually I find push-ups extremely uncomfortable, but this one is nice. So, overall, I recommend this bra, but don't ever pay full price. I'd say it's worth around $30-$40.
December 28, 2012
Since getting properly sized at a specialty lingerie shop (which has since gone out of business), I've had a hard time finding bras in my size (32F). Luckily, websites like bare necessities exist. As a busty gal, I've reconciled that I won't be able to buy $25 dollar bras at Target (or even $50 dollar bras at VS). So, when I shell out upwards of $60 for a bra, I expect a certain standard of quality. This was the first Freya bra which I've purchased, and I must say I'm more than disappointed. The farbic is scratchy/rough and the whole make of the bra just feels inexpensive (like a $25 bra). It's unsupportive and ill-fitting and just feels over-all cheap. I'll stick to my Marie Jo, Le Mystere, Anita, and Chantelle bras!
September 29, 2012