Freya ‘Zara’: Bra Review

I’ve seen this bra in stores for a fair while now and whilst not one that initially grabbed me (I’m not the biggest fan of mustard yellow!) after trying it on I found that it looked much nicer and a more flattering colour scheme when actually on. I’m really glad that I tried this one as I can see this as becoming my bra of the season! The colours are cute as a button (literally – check out the button in the middle!) and would be perfect under a summery frock.

1x1.trans Freya Zara: Bra Review Invest In Your ChestFreya Zara, 28FF

A classic Freya shape shape similar to their Mimi, Jessica and Estelle bras (some of my favourites of times gone by) this bra is part of Freya’s brilliant 2011 Spring Collection. Encompassing the shape and fit that you expect from a Freya bra with their gorgeously feminine designs makes this a perfect basic whilst still being pretty and something a bit special. With an almost seamless finish and a gorgeous shape, can’t rate this bra high enough for fit – the 28FF fits like a dream and is as comfortable as a bra can be.

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Gorgeous print, embroidery detail, button and bow

The sheer panel of fabric is of delicate mesh with a really delicate lace trim and colourful striped embroidery which is great quality and really pretty. The fabric of the lower part of the cup is a floral printed Nylon fabric with a multitude of cute summery colours, bows and button details.

I have the thong which is also comfortable, adorable yet still sexy. I think the briefs are a bit too much floral fabric for my taste and the print can seem verging on a bit busy looking.

1x1.trans Freya Zara: Bra Review Invest In Your ChestSide view: comfortable with a great shape

Not everyone likes the more pointy shape that some Freya bras give, particularly in their soft cup bras. I actually don’t mind it, and this particular shape – which I’m hoping they continue to re-hash in future seasons – is my favourite from Freya hands down. A flirty summery set with the unbeatable Freya shape makes this a perfect bra for this time of year. As one of the most exciting seasonal collection from Freya for years (including the stunning Loretta and Edith) I am tempted to have them all!

Attractiveness: 8/10

Fit: 10/10

Comfort: 10/10

Styling: 7/10

Support: 10/10

Shape: 10/10

Price vs. Quality: 9/10

Re-purchasability: 10/10

Invest In Your Chest Rating: 9.5/10

** This bra was gifted as part of my free sets for being a part of the Freya ‘Fitting Talk’ blog. This does not affect my opinion or my write up in any way. All views expressed are my own. **

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5 Comments

  1. I love it! Need to contact Freya for more information. Thanks for Sharing!

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