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Dreams And Underthings: Ewa Michalak CHP Słowianki, 65FF

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Dreams And Underthings: Ewa Michalak CHP Słowianki, 65FF

Post by Admin on Thu Jun 09, 2016 11:01 am

Dreams And Underthings:  Ewa Michalak CHP Słowianki, 65FF:

Good evening lovelies!  Today I’m reviewing my favorite floral bra ever, the CHP Słowianki.  I’m more of a 28FF/30F these days, and this is a 65FF but fits very similarly to my Gazeta.  So, I’d say it runs slightly small in the cups, and Gazeta runs slightly big in the cups.  It runs very tight in the band, stretching only to 28″ making it just right for my 27″ underbust.

Typically I’m not a floral fan, with the exception of my watercolor-like Colette and this lovely Słowianki.  I think what makes this bra so interesting to me is the stark white floral shapes against the red background.  Firstly – I own zero red bras (well, one including this one) so it’s a different color than my norm.  Secondly – the flowers have little to no detail so they look more like abstract floral cut outs, like the snowflakes you make from paper during the holiday season, rather than a very obviously floral print.


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