I got a few bras from Debenhams, because a bratabase user was so kind to order them for me (the particular bras I wanted were on the original Debenhams site, but not the US version). This was my first time trying out Freya bras.
About the bra:
It has a beautiful floral design consisting of blacks, blues, white, purples and yellows.
The gore has a bow that is black and blue.
There is a cute little scalloped design on the black lace (which is stretchy).
The lace looks different on the pictures in the models.
There is a cute little decoration throughout the bottom of the bra
Where the strap meets the cup, there is also a black & blue bow.
The back of the bra straps is have black and half of the floral design.
But I feel like that makes the straps only partially adjustable.
Closeup of straps
I like this bra. It’s cute. I was kind of tight when I was wearing, so I’m probably going to use my bra extenders when I wear it again.
Okay from the side view. Pointier than what I would like, but I’ll live.
I think this bra wouldn’t work on someone that’s FOT. I have a little cutting of the tissue. The lace is stretchy though.
This is the main area that was hurting me when I was wearing the bra. The ‘pain’ started about two hours after I put the bra on. I was on my way to MD, so I had no choice but to continue wearing the bra.
When I took the bra off there were marks on my skin.
I did also notice that on my bigger breast the marks left by the wire were sitting on my breast tissue, not next to it. So I’m thinking I need to either attempt to stretch the wire, slightly, or get a 28E.
This is what I wore over the bra. A cami from walmart (for only $1.68!), and a hello kitty tank also from walmart.
Because of how pointy the Freya bras are on me, I’m hesitant to get more. I am going to attempt a Freya Arabella though.