My style as of late has been changing. I’ve been drawn to darker things, for starters, and my style has shifted towards being more ‘mature’. With that being said, when I saw this set, I loved it immediately. The colors, the pattern, whatever it is, made me put it on my wishlist. When Getbras.com contacted me and offered to let me review the set, I jumped at the chance. I was very pleased that Getbras.com stocked my somewhat/kind of uncommon size (as well as many others), so go have a look if you’re in the market for a new bra. They also have a location in San Diego California called ‘The Enchatress’, so if you’re in the area, check them out!
I was sent the bra in size 30D and the matching bottoms in size S, a size up from my usual size. That turned out to be a mistake, because they’re quite roomy and I hope that they’ll shrink in the wash. The longline is so very comfortable, but the band, in good ol’ Freya fashion, is BIG! I found it sliding around my ribcage bit more than I’d like, so I think next time I’ll stick with a 28.
The cups fit like a traditional Freya halfcup, a bit on the shallow side. Up until a few days ago, they fit quite well, too– but by the time I took these photos, my boobs had gotten a bit too big for them, so if you notice some overspill, that’s why.
This bra fits pretty true-to-size, as do the underwear. If you have fuller boobs, you may want to size up, and if you’re in-between sizes for the underwear, then you may want to size down.
This has become a great everyday bra, as well as a good one for when I want more cleavage than what my typical bralette provides.
Let me know what you think of the set, as well as Freya’s new collections!
As always, thank you for reading, and you’ll see me next week!