Panache 5086 Zara Plunge Multiway Bra Reviews
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Panache Zara Plunge Multiway Bra 5086 Reviews

Zara Plunge Multiway Bra
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rating Size: 36FF

I would go up one size on the band and 1 or 2 sizes up on the cup. This bra runs extremely small! Megan from Baltimore, MD, USA
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: June, 2014
rating Size: 34F

you name it, and I love it! Love this bra! Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Posted: April, 2014
rating Size: 30F

Fit, style comfort Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Posted: April, 2014
rating Size: 34FF

I really like Panache bras. Prior to this one, I was a fan of the Inferno. It is very similar and fits well. My only concern... (and it's mostly because this happened with my Inferno after time) - is that the underwire may pop out a bit. After time the Inferno underwire popped out and after wearing this one for a couple of weeks I can see it may be a possibility on this one as well. But overall, an extremely comfortable bra to be worn several different ways! lisa from chicago/il/usa
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: August, 2012
rating Size: 38F

I love this bra, but the cup size seems to run small. Order a cup size up. kristal from palmdale, ca
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: June, 2012
rating Size: 30E

This seemed like a well made bra, but it was way too bulky and not streamlined for me. I bought it specifically because of the racer back, which was fine, but the contortions you have to go through to get it on with the racerback were really unrealistic. In general it just looked kinda lumpy and thick, so I returned it. Katherine from San Francisco, CA
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: June, 2012
rating Size: 38FF

The band and cup both fit tighter/smaller on this bra than on other Panache bras. I thought the cup fit might be due to the "plunge factor" because I've only worn full cup bras before, but the band definitely felt tighter than other styles in the same size.

Panache Response: Thank you for your feedback. We are disappointed to hear about your experience with style 5086. Sometimes bras tend to run differently from style to style depending on the pattern, fabrication and finishes. You might want to check out HerRoom's Universal Cup Size Page which will let you know your UCS and what size you will be across all brands. Rebecca from USA

  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: May, 2012
Size: 30F

There were mixed reviews on this item but took a shot at it. This bra was crazy tight...and the seams were just way too bulky!!! No way could you wear this with a thin shirt. I have no idea where they got their sizing from for this bra! All I know is that a F size should hold cantalopes - not grapes. Going to return for the Panache Porcelian Plunge bra. If in doubt after the mixed reviews, I'd side with the negatives. But Panache does make adorable other bras. Something just went terribly wrong with this one. Shannon from Chicago, IL
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: February, 2012
rating Size: 38G

This bra saved me! It's a little too padded for my taste, but the plunge was low enough to wear with my wedding dress and it actually gave me a little extra lift so I had some decent cleavage. Lynn from Lemon Grove, CA
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: October, 2011
rating Size: 34FF

Created "bubble boobs" Heather from San Francisco
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: October, 2011
rating Size: 30D

I have a small frame and wide-set breasts, and this bra is great at putting them front and center where they belong. I have found with the Panache brand the underwires extend a little higher under my arms than a couple of other brands, which is ideal for my needs. This is a pretty and comfortable bra that I would recommend to anyone who is looking to get the girls forward rather than escaping to the sides. Jennifer from New York, NY
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: May, 2011
rating Size: 38D

very pretty & supportive bra!! Runs a little small! Stacy from Howell, NJ
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: April, 2011
rating Size: 30F

This is a great update to the Infurno. I own both and the Zara made some improvements to the existing style. The cup and band fit are the same. The center front does not flip up like the Infurno did and the clip where the straps meet the cup is not as stiff. Overall I like this bra much better than the Infurno. Both are my go to bras for a day when comfort is the most important. tinyjourney from Idaho
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: March, 2011
rating Size: 32FF

I bought this bra *because* of the negative reviews. I have very firm and wide set breasts that are also each wide and shallow, and have had a lot of difficulty finding a fun bra for low cut shirts. Based on the reviews and the luck I had with the Panache porcelain, I thought this bra might be perfect for me.

Unfortunately, the underwires sat in the right place, but the cups cut my boobs in half and gave me no cleavage at all, even after doing the handy 'swoop and scoop'. Normally this might point to the cups being too small, but there was quite a bit of extra space in the cups, and the area around the seams puckered quite a bit. I may try a 32F in this bra before giving up on it. Panache Response: We definitely think that trying this bra in and F cup is the way to go and are sorry that the fit wasn't right on the first try! And while it's not a multi-way option, we think you might like the Jude T-Shirt bra 5846 which offers a deep center plunge and comes in fashion AND basic colors!

Michelle from Knoxville/TN/USA

  • Height: Tall (5'9" and over)
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: January, 2011
rating Size: 32f

this was a very pretty bra, the plunge was nice and low, BUT after wearing it for about 10 minutes, my breasts started to fall out of the cups, towards the center of the bra! I then had awesome cleavage, but an odd, funny shape. this bra might work better for a woman with firmer breasts, but didn't quite have enough fabric in the center to keep mine in their proper place.

Panache Response: It’s very important to have the straps adjusted so the bra is in its proper place, also if you feel you are falling out, it might be best to down a cup size. Summer from usa

  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: March, 2010
Size: 32FF

I tried 3 different sizes of this bra, and in the end, decided to try a different bra. My last attempt came pretty close in size, but I still had some space between the middle of the cups and my body. The cups were a little weird though. They puckered and didn't sit flat, so there were multiple bumps when I put a shirt on. I could deal with just a seam, but I didn't like those bumps. I didn't think they would pucker if they were filled out like they were. I also thought the cups sat too far apart. You could see the top of my cleavage, and then the cup was farther out than you'd think it should be. It just didn't look right. It also wasn't as uplifting and supportive as I would have liked.

Panache Response: This style is meant to be really low plunge and less of the bra look. It really sounds like the customer simply was not in the right size. Christine from Cleveland, Ohio

  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: January, 2010
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