It’s not too hard to guess who my favorite bra brand is after just a few posts! Ewa Michalak is my go to brand when I need both a great fitting bra and style encompassed into one. This particular bra is the BM cut and as described on Ewa’s site, this cut is:
- An unpadded bra with a higher bridge ideal for medium neckline.
- Gathers the breasts in a way they do not stick outside the contour of the body.
- Lifts the bust giving it a rounded shape with a subtly marked peak, which adds a little lightness to your silhouette.
- The tops of the cups are made of elastic lace, thanks to which they adjust to the shape of breasts, even if asymmetrical.
- 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.
I do find her bra description quite accurate overall and if you are wondering what “little lightness to your silhouette” means, it is exactly what it means – when you lift your breasts it slims your silhouette and defines your waist and makes you look lighter. If you’re anything like me (pendulously shaped with soft tissue) such a lift really does make a difference in my waistline. If you are wondering how peaked this bra makes your breasts it really is much more round because it is a soft cup. The red material of the bra is mostly opaque and the black lace overlays the red in a beautiful way.
Impressed by its ability to lift for a soft cup, my tissue is round in shape in this bra. Even the side profile shows the roundness of the lift.
As always, the attention to detail on this bra is gorgeous!
And the bra measurements for the 95F size are:
And interestingly enough, when I compare to my 95E size in a BM these are the noted differences. I can say that that extra .5″ in the cup width makes a difference overall on the fit of the 95F compared to the 95E as my 95E feels slightly snug on my larger side although my smaller side is happier. With accounting for some measurement error these two cups sizes are not much different from each other but if you’re anything like me, measuring cup depths of soft cups is not an easy task at all!
Disclaimer: as always these are my opinions and your mileage may vary!