If there's one type of bra that breast implants have caused me to hate the most, it's strapless bras. They never stay up, the cups are way too big, and they don't have the ability to support the weight of large breasts. In fact, I wouldn't even recommend one when women asked me what I liked...
That is, until I tried on the Freya Deco!
While I still think the cups are too big, this bra has transformed my hated of strapless bras into only a slight annoyance. Ever since I first mentioned I was trying it out, I've consistently gotten 3 of the same questions over and over. I thought I might cover those here...
Does it stay up?
Honestly, it stays up wonderfully. The only strapless bra I've ever worn that does a better job of holding itself up is the adhesive Go Bare Ultimate Boost Bra by Fashion Forms (which I'll be reviewing tomorrow). Maybe the large cups help it stay up? I'm not sure, but it definitely does a great job of staying place, even while dancing or running in from the rain.
Can you see it through clothing?
The Deco does a decent job of staying invisible. It just depends on what you are wearing. If you had on a thin tube dress or a lighter color evening dress, the bulk of the bra could definitely show through. However, when I've worn it with dark, higher quality dresses, I've never been able to see it from any angle.
How does it make your boobs feel?
This is the part I can't believe I'm going to say...
Wearing the Freya Deco makes my boobs feel nearly weightless.
That's right. These Double D's feel like Itty-Bitty B's when I'm wearing this bra. Call it a feat of modern bra engineering, call it a miracle, I don't even care. All I know is that I never thought this would be possible in a strapless bra.
I typically wear a 32DD/E in Freya bras, and this one is no exception. I got my black one for around $65 on Amazon, and I haven't regretted it one bit—even though it is a strapless bra :-) Thank you Freya for doing what you do!