Before having my baby I was a B cup girl and now am working with some DD’s that have been nursing a long time so need a lot more support than I’m used to. It’s tough to get used to a new body but my Dani bra has become my go to and made me feel confident in a way I haven’t in a while. Have been great for nursing but will still love the cross front and high back option once I am done nursing! I’m a 41 bust and 35 band and a L has been great. I did notice my dusty rose color relaxed a lot more than the black and navy, so much so that I’d size down in the lighter color.
The bra is beautiful, color amazing l, good quality and feels good. Unfortunately it doesn't fit. I followed the size chart, measured and was between M and L I'm usually a 75 G. I decided on M because I wanted a tight fit but I can hardly get into them and my boobs are tortured. They are also on completely different heights because of the design. It just doesn't work. I gave it to my daughter who is a 80 B-Cup and it fits nicely.
Very happy with this purchase. It’s the most confortable bra I’ve ever worn. I highly recommend it for poeple who, like me, usualy cannot stand to wear a bra.
I prefer Becky bra, but like this one too. Glad of all my free label bra!!!
There are things I like about this bra and things I don't like, however it is oh so comfortable that I would recommend. My measurements are 38" waist and a 42" bust and I ordered a size XL. I ordered an Andi bra in the same size at the same time and this one is way more relaxed and less compressive. The fit is perfect, doesn't move much throughout the day. What I love most about Free Label bras is that they are smoothing. No bulges from straps, the longline of these bras provides such a beautiful silhouette under garments. That is what I look for in bras, something that disappears under shirts. I love that this style prevents the uni-boob, which I know some people really don't like, although I don't mind it as much. Now what I dislike about this bra is that like other reviews, it is really high into the armpit, not uncomfortable for me but a little odd. Another major thing is that I have soft tissue breasts so the crossover makes me lopsided where one breast is more supported and higher than the other and it is visually obvious so it limits the shirts I can wear over it. That makes me self conscious and I really don't like that. Now to solve that it is reversible, so when I am wearing a more form fitting shirt I just reverse it and that side has a really high neck where it hits my collar bone. Overall I am pleased, and I am not sure how one would resolve the lopsided result of breasts in design but do think it is something to think about before ordering.