I need a small break from posts that have taken much thought and effort and emotion from me, leaving me drained and blocked. And I know it’s been a while since I have reviewed something and luck would have it that I have come upon two beautiful pieces from Sugarshape recently! So enjoy this brief intermission from more serious topics and take a gander at my breasts~
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 a guest post.
Tutti Rouge, a new full-bust brand currently available exclusively at Bravissimo, has been the source of a great deal of excitement recently. The first bra to be released, the Liliana, has been the subject of a number of blog posts: Fuller Figure Fuller Bust, Invest in Your Chest, the Lingerie Addict, the Lingerie Lesbian (also part two), Sweet Nothings and no doubt others I’ve overlooked.
I was lucky enough to get the PL and CH version of the Lilia and both in the same size! They were sold by different users on bratabase, still both practically new and both given to me around the same time. A 28K is a custom order from EM and while at that time they didn’t have the extra fee, it wasn’t something I was keen on doing without knowing my size. It was very coincidental and it was really awesome to have two styles of the same model.
As most of you know, Ewa Michalak is greatly known for their size consistencies. Thankfully, the inconsistencies are more between models and not styles and so the two 28K bras fit me nearly the same. The differences that occur between these two bras are because of the style, which makes comparing them so much more accurate without having to take in the factors you wouldn’t think would be so distinct when it comes to models.
This is a review that I put off for far too long. I’ve had so much on my plate in regards to my oddly busy life and many blog posts that I’ve gotten behind on. I feel as though once I start my job, blog posts will be even more spaced out as I know for those few hours before I go to bed, at least during training, I’ll want to relax and depending on how it all affects my fibro I may just want to sleep.
I am just not seeming to have any sort of luck with Curvy Kate bras lately. Do you know how much this depresses me? I was so looking forward to have another CK bra in my collection after I grew out of the Showgirl Collection range. Maybe the bras I’m trying aren’t the best shape for my breasts and I was just meant to wear the Showgirl ones. Who knows, but I’m not giving up my search for a good CK bra.
Because of my unfortunately terrible experience with the Smoothie a month or so ago, a lovely PR from the company sent me this Desire to help make up for it and give me a good fit. I sent a few emails back and forth to determine my size and because I am quite busty, they sent me a 30J instead of my usual 28 band as they stop at J cup. I was slightly worried that I hadn’t received the bra and was on the verge of emailing the woman I corresponded with because I had been afraid it was lost in the mail. Today would have been the last day I would have given the package to arrive.