25 April 11

BRA REVIEW- Panache T-Shirt Bras

Panache Porcelain T-Shirt Bra

Cost- $99.95

Lift- 10/10

Separation- 10/10

Quality- 9/10

Shape- 9/10

Material- 10/10

Appearance-8/10

Over All- 8/10

Bra Queen’s Comments: A lot of moulded or contoured bras for larger cups don't work, very few lingerie companies make them well. However this Panache Porcelain T-Shirt Bra is really nice. It gave great lift, support with a lovely round shape which I personally like. A nice cleavage that wasn't in your face if you know what mean 😉 This t-shirt bra I think will suit most breast shapes because it is a balconette cut which is my favourite shape bra as I found it suits the most women. It's a seam free bra so you can wear it under anything and the straps are pretty thin which makes things handy.

Bra Sizes 6 to 16 and Cup Sizes D to G

Available at DeBra's

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. Nor is Bra Queen an affiliate of any bras she reviews

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  • Heather

    I’m confused as to why you have the price for this at $99.95. When I bought mine (full price in store and one online, two different sizes) they were $56 a piece. Is this a different model than the Panache Porcelain Molded Seamless Underwire #3376?

    I have to disagree about the lift and cleavage. Maybe it was just me but I tried it in a 28G (correct size) and 30G (for me Panache runs small in band and cup). It pushes the breast tissue down and to your sides. Also, Balconettes I find are not good for my shape – average busted, neither shallow nor full, wide set boobs that start low on my chest. I think Balconettes would be better for someone very shallow breasted because on my average bust the tops of these cups cut in and make the cup appear small. There is quad-boob noticeable on the model above too.

    • braqueen

      Hi Heather,

      Re cost these are based on the cost RRP in Australia, are you in Oz or overseas? However since writing this post Panache have put there prices down so now it does in fact retail for $89.95. Totally agree with you about shape it really does depend on the shape of your breasts, if they are wide set or high and low set. On the women I fitted wearing this bra as an over all it was a great shape. Panache do tend to be slightly smaller in the back. What bra do you wear that suits you?

      Rx

  • Heather

    Hmmm…well not too many of mine do because I need in between a 26-28, although 28 starts out okay. I have the Freya Deco, and as long as I wear it on the smallest eyes and bring the strap adjusters all the way up to my shoulders (it makes the straps about 11″ long) it fits and doesn’t slide around. But I find american bras to sit me better

  • Heather

    (oops, my phone did that, lol). They suit me better in a 32 because the cups are wider. My Deco is a 28G (4D’s) and my other ones that I can breathe in are 32DD. (ribcage is 25, bust 35) I know the cop sizes I need across 28-34 but I always have trouble with the band fitting comfortably.

  • WOW, Heather you must be tiny! Therefore I see your problem. So I am guessing you have wide set breast, a size 28 around the back possibly even a 26 (which is very hard to find) so as you said you are a 28G or a 26GG. Mimi Holliday bras are great for wide set breasts however not always great for everyday wear depending on how active you are. There is another new lingerie company called Twenty Eight that might be worth a look http://missfituk.com/. I like Freya’s Deco and wear it all the time too 🙂

    Good Luck!

    Rx

  • Heather

    Thank you for the link! =) I saw a couple of cute bras on that site, but unfortunately my other problem is that it’s not really practical for me to be spending that much on a single bra. It’s triple the cost of my electric bill alone! =( I’m going to keep searching though. There has to be a company out there who makes t-shirt bras in small band sizes that’s not an arm and a leg. (I was very reluctant to buy the ones I have now, but I’ve been paying them off slowly, lol)

  • braqueen

    My pleasure. It would be great if you could try them on first then you would be sure it’s right for you, you dont want another bra that you cant wear. If you found a bra that just works for you it maybe worth investing a little more but you want to be sure it’s going to work 🙂

    Rx

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