It’s no secret that I struggle a little with the Freya Deco as I’m unfortunately in the ‘wide set, lower fullness’ category, which is notoriously the boob shape nemesis of the Deco. The Freya Deco, however is a much-loved lingerie staple for thousands, and I have a fair few friends whose lingerie collection consists of nothing BUT the Deco in multiple colours.
I have to admit, this was one of the most fun blog posts I’ve written in a long time. It basically consisted of online shopping, but without the budget or guilt. Best thing ever! I’ve simply put together the top 10 bras that I would pick if I were to ask for lingerie for Christmas. You may not agree with my choices, but it may give you some ideas of what to ask Santa for, or even what to pick up for your significant other.
Today you might have received a beautiful set of lingerie from your dear other half, or perhaps you’re decided the best way to spend Valentines is to celebrate/comiserate (arguably both) about the joys/perils otf singledom with a lovely sexy set of frills, lace, polka dots, ribbons *sighs and looks whimsically out of the window and wonders why any woman would need a man when she’s got lingerie…
For anyone who has read my photo blog of how I utilised the Freya Deco strapless, you’ll know that for a 28/30 backed girl finding a strapless can be like being between hell or high water. A hackneyed phrase has never been more apt than describing a strapless bra for me which is both comfortable, pretty, and a great fit really is as rare as hen’s teeth.
After meeting some friends last night and the topic of my blog came up for discussion, i was made aware of the fact that I haven’t even done a review of what is (probably) the most loved Freya bras of all time: the Freya Deco! It may come as a surprise to many that despite this bra being one of Eveden’s best-sellers and a favourite with many full-busted bloggers and girls on forums internet-wide, for me it’s not a good bra.