Prima Donna Satin Spacer Full Cup Bra
This bra has replaced Simone Perele's Andora molded cup bra as my new everyday bra. Andora has suffered from changes in production yielding lesser quality parts and cups as of late.
PrimaDonna spacer is very well made, supports my large and heavy breasts very well and comfortably. The straps are wide and don't dig into my shoulders.
My only issue is that the cups are on a tad on the snug side (I normally wear a 36F).
This would be amazing if it also came in black!
November 20, 2012
I liked it...a little pricey
I am 5'5", 155 lbs, 36 G.
I have a lightly padded bra to wear when modesty dictates with lighter shirts...the problem with that bra, is that my nipples always seem to migrate south.
With that i mind, I thought a bra that costs so much money should keep the girls in place.
Well I have had it for a few months and it has offered good support without migration:)
Also, and I'm sure appropriate size matters, it fits well without riding up or straps slipping down.
The cups with a G can be enormous in some bras and it feels like they are right under your chin!
The cups size on this bra provided adequate coverage without an overwhelming feeling like you are being eaten by the bra.
So far after I put it on, I'm done messing with it - no constant tugging, pulling, readjusting.
I would recommend this bra at this point!
September 8, 2012
Not the bra for a full 36G size
I do not recommend this bra for size 36G - I was really hoping I would finally have a t-shirt bra in my collection. There was plenty of padding, which I don't really need, but wanted the smoothness for a t-shirt bra, It felt tight and it also minimized, which was not what was in the description. It definitely does not fill like the Fuller Madison style at all, which fits beautifully and perfectly.
August 2, 2012
best bra I've ever worn
got fitted by a person who really knew what they were doing and walked away with a size that floored me but this bra is my absolute favourite and it fits and feels like no other bra I've EVER had.
December 16, 2011