SugarShape; a company doing their own thing with their own style all in attempt to help women overcome letterphobia while being properly sized. The way this brand goes about things is by using the underbust and (standing) bust measurement with a different style of labeling (which does cause complications with our dear Jj.) The style of labeling that they have is using those exact measurements instead of a band and letter. It does help take away the ‘stress’ that can be caused by a cup letter.
This is the final of the three borrowed bras that I had my hands on. This is the first S style bra that Ewa came out with and it has been reviewed two other times on my blog(65(30)GG and 80(36)H). I had wanted to try the S bra because of how many had loved it and it was definitely something on my wishlist. Until this mass order with Ewa, I hadn’t thought I’d get a chance to wear one and while the S Porcelanka was a perfect and beautiful fit(which I will be getting back from the woman as it does not fit her), this S is a few sizes too small and it is quite obvious in this post. Although, it does outline the fact that Ewa Michalak’s calculate it just a smidge wrong.
I’ve had a good few Freya bras in my time, some good, some bad. It took a while to find my size, but it wasn’t too hard to figure out. The 32GG Deco was ‘good’ in the cups but too large in the band and the 30H Carys could be tighter in the band. So across three bras that fit, my size is about a 30H/28HH. This Antoinette that I had luckily come upon is a 30H on bratabase for a good cheap price. And even though the bra has been used, it feels like new to me! I’ve always been a bargain shopper and regardless if someone has worn or used something before me, it’s brand new when I get it!