Bra Review: Miss Mandalay Paris
Miss Mandalay is an independent British brand who’ve firmly established their mark in the fuller bust market since their arrival on the scene in 2005. Their collections are both fashion forward and easy to wear thanks to the use of well structured fabrics and clever design which makes them so incredibly desirable. Being a boutique brand specialising in beautiful design and fit lends to Miss Mandalay’s indulgent persona, a refinement that puts the brand in a totally different class.
The ‘Paris‘ collection has to be the most recognisable style of Miss Mandalay with new colourways launched every season. This spring/summer sees the introduction of Cobalt Blue, a striking deep azure reminiscent of a perfect, tropical sea. How appropriate for this time of year!
Unsure which size to try, as I’d heard bands ran small in Miss Mandalay, I bought the Paris in a 30GG, as opposed to my usual 28H, which I must add I’ve not been most comfortably wearing. Because of this, I was worried the 30GG would then be too small, but I instantly found the fit to be perfect – phew!
I am usually dubious of balcony styles as it all depends where the central gore sits on my ribcage, as too high or too wide gores can wreak havoc with my close set boobs. The centre wires sit flush against my chest and it really is in the very best position. The cups are ample deep and wide enough without the wires disappearing beneath my armpits, like some brands can.
I know a lot of larger busted women like a wide strap on their bra, which in this case I wouldn’t say Paris is for you, but I do want to say how amazing the straps do feel, despite their narrow width. I find them excellent enough as there is no soreness or red marks on my shoulders.
This colour is stunning! I’ve lost count how many times I’ve been disappointed by a bra’s colour in reality compared to it’s appearance online or in a catalogue. Cobalt Blue really is a vibrant shade – the perfect colour pop to be wearing this summer.
To see the Cobalt Blue Paris in 32C, check out Lingerie Lesbian’s review here!
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