Don't you have confidence in unpadded bras? ...
Do you dislike padded bras as they seem too thick, still you would like the effect they give but without padding? ...
This is the style for you then!
It is an unpadded bra made from a thicker material that fits lovely without being too thin.
It gathers the breasts in a way they do not stick outside the contour of the body.
Lifts the bust giving it a rounded shape.
The bottom of the cups is made of shiny stable knitwear, a bit firmed up in a special technological process, gathering and lifting the bust up as well as holding it at the right level.
The tops of the cups are made of double-layered elastic tulle adjusting to the shape of breasts, even if asymmetrical.
The straps can wrinkle-up vertically, which is a result of the firming-up process and is expected over time.
The bra is designed for women who prefer fuller coverage, the cups go round the breasts keeping them in place.
Perfect for soft and less firm breasts.
Fully-adjustable straps, decorated with small buttons.
The center gore comes with smooth finishing and a button as well.
Hand-Sewn in Poland by Ewa Michalak.
Style: SF Gladzioch (Pearl and Black); SF Nibynic (praline)
NOTE: this bra has UK cup sizing, which we have converted to US sizes for you. A size chart is listed below so that you can look up your size. This style runs snug in the band so some women prefer to go up a band size. For instance: if you are normally a 34H, you may want to try this bra in 36G.
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I've tried a lot of brands and models recommended for close-set, projected breasts (Ewa Michalak BM, Cleo Asher, Panache Ana, several Freyas, etc.), and this is by far my favorite.I have two in nude, one in 30G/65F and one in 30H/65FF, so I can wear this bra during any stage of my cycle. I plan to buy two in black as well. Do research the sizing -- check out bratabase.com or abrathatfits on reddit. I'm a 28FF (UK sizing) in a Cleo Asher, to give you some idea of the sizing disparity.
This bra pulls my breasts in so my arms don't brush against them all day, and it also holds my breasts up so they look perky. It's very supportive, but I also find it pretty comfortable. I wear it to work and lounging around on the couch in the evenings.
The vertical lines on the bottom of the cup do show through some of my shirts, but I've also been surprised to discover the lines are invisible under most of what I own. It depends on the fabric and the pattern. I have been so relieved to find a bra that works for me that I'm happy to make adjustments to my wardrobe, but it's something for others to keep in mind.
Ewa Michalak bras are the best! This one is basic but not boring. I like the shinier fabric and the seaming in the cups. The band is quite tight. I'm glad I sized up. The cups fit as expected.
This is a very well made bra. I have it in the black, and it is great for under dark tops. It has mid-coverage cups, not a little more plunged in the middle than my BM bras in the same size, (30I/65G.) Also, the shoulder straps are a little wider set on this bra than on my BM bras. I would highly recommend this if you are looking for plenty of lift and support, without padding. It allows for plenty of projection. The wires are low and narrow, and the center gore is very narrow.
I love the SF bras. I had two darker bras first to try them out for size, (I had to try several sizes to get it right in these), then I back ordered one of these in the same size, (30GG.) In this size, the shoulder straps and back band are sturdy and supportive. My friend also has this bra in 32FF and loves it as well. I would highly recommend trying these bras if you are looking for shaping and lift without padding!
This bra is very well made, and provides a lot of lift and support, without padding. I tried a couple of different SF bras in 32G, and they were a little too big both in the band and the cups. I retried this in 32FF, and while the band seemed to fit better, the cups were too small. So, I sold it for a low price to my friend. For reference, I fit a 30G in UK sizing, and my friend fits a 30FF in UK sizing. I would highly recommend it if you have the right breast shape for it. I have a lot of upper fullness, so I just need styles with fuller coverage. My friend always fits low or mid-height styles, such as the Panache Jasmine, so it works well for her.
Finally found a bra that actually perfectly fits my slim narrow busty frame. Spoke with Judy who was really nice & helpful, ordered a 70F. These bras are amazing as far as fit & comfort. I am really happy to have found this bra!
Based on reviews elsewhere I started with this bra in a 32G (I typically take a 30GG in UK size bras). The band fit was good, although I was worried it might loosen quickly; the cups were a bit too small. I returned it for a 32H (70FF) and a 30J (65GG)--the 30J was the best fit, so I kept it. I don't recommend ordering a larger band size than normal but you might want to consider a larger cup.
It looks great under clothes, is very supportive and I think it's a good value. The strap pinches me just a bit at the front of the underarm, but my shoulders are very narrow. I wore it all day without any issues. Will be buying another. I am so delighted to find a US retailer stocking Ewa bras!