Bra Review: Freya Deco Strapless, 32E

The quest for a usable strapless continues.  Back today with a review of a bra I’ve previously owned in a different size, sold, and now purchased again!  Strapless bras are, by design due to simple gravity, a shape mismatch for my narrow and projected breasts.  Without straps, cups have to be wide, shallow, tall, and likely stiff and bands have to be tight to hold the bra up and keep breasts contained and close to the chest wall.  That said, I’ve always been on the hunt for the “best” of the strapless world, because it really is a summer wardrobe

Bra Review: Ewa Michalak Mleczny Strapless, 65G

My neverending search for the perfect – nay, wearable – strapless has led me to the Mleczny by EM.  I bought this secondhand on r/braswap.  Here’s the rundown on strapless bras: by design, they need to be wide and shallow.  Why?  Well, 80% of your bra’s support indeed needs to come from the band.  But imagine taking a narrow, projected bra and removing the straps.  Unless those cups are made of steel, they aren’t going to stay up.  Narrow projected bras bring your breasts in from the sides and out in front of your body.  Without straps to hold the tops