Review: Freya Deco Charm Moulded Plunge Bra

Review: Deco Charm Moulded Plunge Bra

Freya says:
Deco Charm is a seductive and sexy addition to the Deco collection, in sultry silver with black lace detailing and stunning diamante droplet bows. The moulded plunge bra features seam-free cups and a fantastic plunge shape for optimum cleavage.

Rosie says:
Freya Deco has a solid reputation in the fuller bust community, and I’ve heard lots of good things about Deco bras from friends and bloggers. They are supportive, comfortable and come in cool designs – Freya is a Coolbrand now, after all. So I was keen to try to new Charm bra for myself as I need a new plunge bra.

The look: Metallics might be in this season but silver isn’t for everyone – and I have to admit that I was a little dubious about a silver bra – but once I put the Deco Charm is on, I wondered why I hadn’t had a silver bra before, because it does make me feel rather fancy.

The silver is trimmed with black lace and cute diamante bows, echoing the monochrome look we’ve been seeing on the catwalks, and it works well for both everyday wear and special occasions. In fact, for me it’s ideal for wearing with tight T-shirt tops as it’s seam free and looks smooth under clothes.

The fit: I have some friends who steer clear of moulded bras because they find them (or worry they will find them) too restrictive, but the Deco Charm is anything but. It’s soft yet very supportive, and the supple fabric means the back band is really comfortable and feels nice on your skin.

The fit of Deco Charm is a little different to my usual bra and the cups come up slightly smaller than I’m used to. The fit isn’t bad on me, but I found it slightly small on one cup and in the future I would probably try a 30FF instead of 30F for a perfect fit. That said, it gave me a nice shape and bit of a cleavage boost as well and is very wearable even in the 30F.

Every bra has its own fit, which can even vary between styles, and not every bra is going to work for everyone; we’re all different shapes. If you’re familiar with the Deco fit, you should have no problem picking the right size in this bra, but if, like me, you’re not as familiar with the brand’s shape and sizing, my advice is always to try the bra on first, or if buying online, order a couple of different sizes to try (sorry, retailers!). That way you’ll find the size and style that suits your boobs best.

Freya Deco Charm costs £32 and comes in sizes 28-30 B-GG, 32-36 B-GG and 38 B-G. Buy it from

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