Freya Patsy Underwire Plunge Balcony Bra AA1221
Freya Patsy Underwire Plunge Balcony Bra AA1221
Sweeten up your lingerie style in this sheer, polka dot print bra. Satin bows and daisy embroidered details add a flirty touch.
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This Freya Patsy Underwire Plunge Balcony Bra is part of the Freya Patsy collection.
The Freya Patsy Underwire Plunge Balcony Bra 1221 has sheer, sturdy, 3-part, underwire cups for a light look with great support. Made of semi-sheer printed tulle with embroidered trim. Satin bows add a flirty finish. Freya's Patsy Underwire Plunge Balcony Bra is made of polyester/nylon/elastane. See matching Freya Patsy Brief Panty 1225 and Freya Patsy Thong AA1227.
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This bra is lightweight, has a basic print, and best of all, doe not have annoying embroidery all over it. Submitted from TheUndies.com
This bra is adorable in the photos and is SO well-constructed. The 28 band was a great fit. The cups were a good volume. The shape they gave me, however, was another matter - the bra seems to be designed to give you a very pointy shape. One could argue that the shape goes with the overall retro look of the bra, but it's really not my thing. So sad, because it was a good fit and as I said, very well-constructed with sturdy, comfortable material.
Freya Response: Cee, you may want to experiment with different types of clothing or layering over this bra to mitigate the “pointy” effect. A bra with a little bit of projection can be a fun addition to your lingerie wardrobe! If not, we suggest you try the lightly padded half cup version of this bra, Freya Patsy Padded Demi Bra AA1223. We’re glad you liked the styling of it. Thanks for trying Freya! Cee from California
Its definitely sized wrong! It was not a D.
Freya Response: Nakeia, Freya bras are measured in UK sizes which generally run a full cup size larger than US sizes. We recommend ordering a size down from any bras you wear in standard US sizes. Thanks for trying Freya! nakeia from fort worth
I wear a lot of Freya bras, and was surprised by this one. It fit fine, but didn't have enough lift. Very pretty bra, but didn't do anything for the girls. Luckily, Her Room has a wonderful return policy, so there was no hassle getting something that looked better.
Freya Response: Karen, you may find better lift in a Freya “plunge” bra versus a “plunge balcony” bra. The vertical seam on the center of the cup is often longer/taller on our regular “plunge” styles, meaning that this structure continues farther up the breast tissue and provides greater uplift. For similar styling to the Patsy AA1221 you ordered, try our Freya Lyla Underwire Plunge Balcony Bra AA4301 or our Freya Arabella Underwire Plunge Bra AA5721. Karen from Richardson, TX
This is a great bra, cute and comfortable, my only complaint is the shape of the bra. I always buy Freya and have success, but this seems to have excess room in the front of the cup while the lace on the top presses in to create a bulge. I'm not sure if it's the low cut, but Ive never had this problem before; however, it's still fine under most of my clothes and still comfortable. Jessica from Portland
This is one of the few Freya plunge/balcony bras that look and fit as shown in the pictures at GG+ sizes, at least for the narrower bands. I wasn't sure about this bra when I ordered it, partly because of the mesh construction and partly because it seemed to have the troublesome balcony neckline that often tends to cut in or otherwise fit poorly on me. However, it was the bra that fit closest to my current favorite, the Freya Ada plunge, and if not for the mesh material and the slight cutting in on my larger boob I might have kept it. The neckline is more low-cut balcony than plunge, but it still worked well enough that I'd recommend you give it a try. People with top-heavy breasts might want to size up in the cup just in case, since the lace and mesh top isn't very stretchy, and I'll also warn you that the straps are mesh all over, and therefore not very comfortable. As for shape, I didn't pay too much attention to it because of the lack of comfort, but it was similar to the Ada plunge, if slightly higher because of the different fabric and balcony cut. Florence from Texas
This is a classic Freya cut in a fun print; it fit as expected, like other plunge balcony bras from Freya. I had to cut off the lame pink bows, but am otherwise happy with it. Diane from Los Gatos, CA USA
I'm so glad I've found HerRoom. Trying to buy this size in Sydney is a nightmare. Fits perfectly, proper support and very cute! Roslyn from Australia
love this bra. it is large enough to fit properly, yet low cut so I can wear my summer fashions. Most large cup bra's are not low cut, nor are they sexy. this is both. cheryl from cumberland md, ISA
The cup was baggier than other Freya styles I own in the size I typically order. Had to send it back.
Freya Response: As you know bras can fit differently depending on style and fabrication, so it’s important to be flexible about your size. With so many cup sizes to choose from your dilemma is easily solved: Just go down in the cup one or as many cup sizes as you need to. I’d recommend you exchange for a Universal Cup Size 32D4. Sara from USA