16 February 10

Bra Review- Bendon DimitySO D to J Cups


ROSE BEAT
Cost- $79.95
Lift- 4/10
Separation-7/10
Quality- 3/10
Shape- 1/10
Material- 2/10
Appearance-5/10

Over All- 2/10

Bra Queen's Comments- SO off I go again to Review Bendon's NEW D to J Cup range, after my last experience I wasn't to eager to re-live the experience however I went open to everything. Visually they don't look too bad, they are an extremely small cut so you'll have to go up a band size AND a cup size. There is no give in the material so comfort factor is zero. Because there is no give the straps really dig in which is very uncomfortable and the shape is absolutely terrible, the bra is too shallow therefore it squashes your breasts so they look wide and flat like a big fat donut. The quality of the material wasn't that great is was quite scratchy, I would not recommend this bra.


RIBBON THIEF
Cost- $79.95
Lift- 3/10
Separation-7/10
Quality- 5/10
Shape- 1/10
Material- 5/10
Appearance-6/10

Over All- 3/10

Bra Queen's Comments- The material was much better quality then Rose Beat (even if a little sports bra-ish so it was slightly more comfortable. The straps are slightly wider so more comfy. The shape is again terrible, shallow cups, the cups are cut too straight across so they do not flatter your body shape. When you're fuller cups you need softer edges because there is so much breast 🙂 Although slightly better then the previous I still would not recommend it, for the price you can do much better.

These images are models that are a D Cups bare in mind they do go up to a J Cup.

Disclaimer: The views, conclusions, findings and opinions of the author are those of the author and do not reflect the views of the product owners, producers and there affiliates.

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  • Bec

    Great reviews on this brand, thanks! The problem with this range is that, despite advertising for D – J cups, only one of their bras go past a G cup (and the one bra that does is plain and rather ugly). From the sounds of it, it would be impossible for H – HH cup girls to go up a band and squeeze into the G's.

  • Bra Queen

    Hey Bec,

    They really do need to spend more time developing the shapes before they produce a line because you shouldn't have to squeeze into anything, especially when you're a H Cup 🙂

  • Anonymous

    Hi Bra Queen, did you find all the DimitySO bras you tested were small in the cup?

  • Bra Queen

    Yes I did and the shape really needs work as well, they need to spend more time designing and review their prototypes, I consult with designers and this is the most crucial element to a successful collection. Not to mention they will save an absolute bucket load of money and save their integrity just by contracting me 🙂

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