Fortnight Luna Longline


Hi, everyone!

Fortnight’s spring collection was one that I loved instantly.  The muted tones and understated appearances called to me in a way that few collections have. All of the pieces were timeless and classic, but one stood out among the rest: the Luna longline.

I don’t know what it is about it, but I love the look of it. As soon as I saw it, I went straight down to my favorite lingerie shop in Toronto, called Secrets From Your Sister (side note: if you’re in the Toronto area, stop by for a fitting, they carry an amazing selection and have a lot of really excellent fitters) and bought it.


I’ve had positive past experiences from Fortnight, and the Luna was no exception. I think the Luna and the Mira are my two favorite styles; but the Luna is more closed-on-top than the Mira, and is closer to the Vega in terms of fabric. Strong powermesh makes up the cups and a silky blue fabric comprises the underbust.

The bra disappears under clothes, so much so that I forget that I’m wearing it. The wireless aspect makes it that much better, making for a happy lingerie addict.


The cups are firmer than those on the Mira, and perhaps a bit less soft as a result. They also fit a bit smaller in a 30DD than my other bras, as I’m more of a 30D nowadays. The 30D was a touch too small, though the fit lines are a bit blurred with wireless bras.


The best part of Fortnight bras are how versatile they are. I’ve worn my Luna with a high-waisted skirt or jeans on a few occasions, and received compliments. The bra doesn’t look like typical underwear, so I found it a lot easier to get away with wearing it as a top than other longlines.


One thing I will note is that the seams stick out a bit, but that doesn’t bother me, and it isn’t very noticeable under a tight shirt.

The band is a typical Fortnight 30, meaning it’s about a size more snug than the label reads.


Give the Luna a try if you’re on the shallow side, or don’t have a lot of centre fullness. Due to the closed-on-top nature, someone who’s got a fuller bust might find it cuts in a bit.

I’m extremely happy with the Luna and will definitely be buying more in the future. As to how Fortnight keeps coming out with such excellent lingerie is a mystery to me, but I’m not complaining (though my wallet might be).

Have you tried Fortnight? What did you think? Let me know down below!

Until next time,


2 thoughts on “Fortnight Luna Longline

  1. Thank you again for this wonderful & insightful review! <3 The Luna is one of the few longline styles I've yet to try, and I was wondering if you ultimately purchased the 30D or 30DD in this style? I've often read it runs small-ish but I'm just not sure if I should size up or not. Is it more similar to the Vega or Mira in terms of fit? Sorry for all the questions!

    1. How sweet of you to say :’) The Luna is my favorite longline style to date, and I wound up buying the 30DD. To be fair, I didn’t try the 30D (it wasn’t in stock), but the 30DD fits pretty close to perfectly. They initially had me in a 30E, but I requested they bring the cup size down as I found it to be too wide. The fit is closer to the Vega, I would say, because where the Mira has elastic on the edge of the cups, the Luna/Vega have a slightly stiffer, thicker elastic, which cuts into your boobs if you’ve got some fullness towards the centre. I think the cups of the Luna are also a bit more shallower than the Mira. My recommendation is to order your Vega size, but definitely order both just to be sure. 🙂

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