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Elila

Elila Jacquard Full Coverage Full Support Softcup 1305 Lilac 34 M

3.4
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Description

  • Full Support, Full Coverage
  • 3 piece cup.
  • Full cup sling.
  • Two Ply Powernet Bacl
  • Hand wash. Do NOT bleach. Lay flat to dry

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Customer Reviews

Now Comes with Plastic Tabs That Do Not HoldThis has been my goto bra for years. As a large breasted women that cannot wear underwire this was one of the few bras that worked for me. The only bra I could wear has an everyday bra actually. The metal clip shown in pictures for the product worked perfectly.However, the last bra I ordered now comes with plastic clips. I included pictures. Whose dumb idea was that. For big breasted women? Really? The plastic clip allows the strap to slid. I was constantly having to pull my size G back into place. Sending back and now I have to find another brand.1DO NOT PURCHASE THIS BRA - IT WON'T STAY ONI've purchased this same bra several times before, even via Amazon, but they have changed out the clasps that hold the straps. Elilia bras originally had a metal locking clasp that NEVER moved. They have replaced them with cheap plastic sliding "teeth" clasps that don't hold worth a SH*T. The damn thing won't even stay on! I was literally walking down the hall and the straps came undone. There's also some shoddy workmanship on the seaming--right on the top edge where you don't want it bunching up. Am returning this to Amazon today. I'm interested to find out if the ones that are sold in my local specialty store have had the clasps replaced, or if this is strictly some overseas outfit selling its Elilia knockoffs via Amazon.1Not too bad, but not life-changingBra fits great, only issues I have are the strap adjustment and the cup lining. The straps have to be taken out of their "clip" to adjust, and the excess just flaps uselessly when tightened. The strap pads are moveable, which I am grateful for. The cup lining is scratchy, and isn't very comfortable. The cups also shape the breasts into a sort of torpedo style, which is fairly unattractive. The bra is supportive enough, but also doesn't smash breast tissue how a lot of bras do. After reading several reviews, I ordered a band size up to accommodate a lack of elastic, so it fits fairly well. I'm not overjoyed with it, but I am not regretting my purchase either.3Lots to say about this braAll and all, not really a bad bra just not a super amazing bra either. With that being said-there is a LOT of fabric to this bra. Underneath the cup area especially, it keeps going and going. Lots of cup coverage too. Don't plan on wearing anything low cut with this bra. It really is too much, especially since the fabric is pretty itchy. Also, what is with the shoulder pads?? I took those off before I even tried it on. If I recall correctly, the padded part is on top of the straps instead of under them so they have absolutely no point whatsoever-especially when the straps are decently wide anyway. Plus, in theory a well constructed bra will not be putting that much pressure on the shoulders to necessitate pads that are reminiscent of the 80's woman's power suit.The support is pretty decent however when I first put it on I considered the fact that it might be a descendant of a medieval torture device of some kind. Not 3 or 4 hooks but 5 hooks that clasp in the back. What?! I guess that will prevent the hooks from bending and pulling out like many bras do but not sure if this is true since I haven't worn it that much. It is emotionally overwhelming to think about putting it on, however once it is on, its isn't too bad. A bra should be supportive but you should also not be able to tell you're wearing it either. After have a few wears, it is much more comfortable. All the big busted ladies know that it is nearly impossible to find a decent fitting bra that is affordable and attractive. Score on the affordable part, but only one point for attractiveness since it does come in black. To sum up in one word: meh3Will never purchase again, FAR too small.I ordered a 40I bra. The 40 in that measurement refers to the part that wraps around the torso under the breasts - if the number is 40, then the measurement of that part is to be 40 inches. The cup size varies according to that measurement (for example, a 36D and a 44D would not have the same cup dimensions, despite the fact that they are both "D" measurements).This bra was far too small, so much so that I pulled out a seamstresses tape measure. Instead of the expected 40 inches, the bra was just under 36 inches. As I've pointed out, this mis-measurement also affected the cup size, which was also far too small. That was completely unacceptable to me and I returned it, and will not be buying from this company again.ADDING: I did check the label to see if I was mistakenly sent a 36I, but no, the label clearly said 40I.1Strap Adjuster has changed!This has been my go-to bra for 10+ years. Not anymore.They've recently changed from the previous metal strap adjuster to a new plastic one, which flips the strap end upwards under the shoulder pads. A huge problem if you need more strap length, or like me always remove the shoulder pads because they stick out when wearing tank tops or the like. Also even with the shoulder pad in place to hold the strap down the strap can pull out of position & puff oddly.I'm really sad because it's so hard for me to find a bra that fits well, but this is no longer an option for me...ETA since I've worn it a few times in desperation - it also creaks whenever you move!!!2Well made except straps. Band runs smallBand runs WAY smaller than what I wear in underwire with Goddess and other large cup brands. Bra is really well made though EXCEPT for the weird straps. Why on earth would you use a plastic piece on a bra and require a shoulder cover for loose ends of the straps?! Its such a weird way to cut corners, especially on what seems to be a solid piece. I wish there was some elasticity in the garment for comfort, but also understand the need for non stretch fabric in a piece that will carry so much weight. Cup size seems accurate. I will be returning my 36K and have already reordered a 40 K. Yes, the band is that small. Could probably even order a 42, but I have an extender just in case. The back also has 6 eye hooks, so this very sturdy back support, which I look forward to. Will update when i get my new size. Points off for the weird straps.Update: I got the larger band and should have downsized but the cup was too big. So, order band 2 sizes up and cup one size down. Also, I now understand the straps- they're in the front because there is zero give so you'll want to loosen them to be able to get it on, then pull down on them after it's on to tighten. The plastic piece is obviously a good choice too because its rounded and softer on the skin than metal would be.That said, I didnt like the fabric- very scratchy rubbing against the arms. I also felt it still looked very frumpy and felt less supportive than an underwire. That surprised me since the band is so wide, youd think it would be more supportive. Didnt work for me.2comfortable, wire-free braSo, I started the "adventure" of looking for a decent, visually acceptable, supportive, comfortable, wire-free bra. This, so far, is the best that I've found. It's oddly sized... the band is tighter than I'd expect and the cups are larger. I sent the first one (38L, my normal US size) back as unwearable, and tried again (42J) based on my observations of the first. It fits, and is acceptably comfortable and supportive. I wish it held my boobs more "front and center," with the center gore flat against my chest like my underwire bras, but the lift and separation are not terrible. There's sill a smidge of empty cup under my breast, so I know it isn't too small... that's just how it fits. And that's not too bad.Now, saying all of that, let me say that it hurt like hell the first time I wore it. The little metal clips that let you adjust the strap length also attach the strap to the top of the bra cups. They are about an inch wide, and incredibly uncomfortable. They pinch when you're standing still, and dig in at the crease of your arm every time you reach your up or over. They SUCK. But I'm resourceful. I pulled out my handy sewing kit, took the straps and clips off, flipped the straps around, and re-rigged the whole thing with the adjustable clips in the back. A pain in the arse, but effective. If I hadn't already tried a slew of other bras, and hated every one, I wouldn't have bothered.3The new plastic clip is worthless. Don't buy this.Update 11/25/19: I added a photo of how this worthless bra clip works. It slips sideways and and does not hold. I spoke with a retail seller of the Elila bras and she told me these clips are on all the new bras. The owner of the Elila brand has even released a video of how the bra straps are to be threaded through the clip but after watching it, it's pointless and useless as my photo documents. BRING BACK THE METAL CLIPS ELILA!Like other recent reviewers I, too, was a repeat customer who has bought this bra for years. My last purchase in April 2019 came with a change in the clips that hold the bra strap to the cup. What used to be a metal clip is now a plastic clip that is worthless. The plastic teeth do not hold the fabric strap into place so the strap slides out of the clip. If you tighten the strap, the excess strap has nowhere to go but awkwardly up around your neckline, does not lie flat and is a nuisance. See the customer review photos to see what I mean. I spent an hour deconstructing the bra strap/clip arrangement to see if I could come up with a better way to thread the strap through the clip but I was unsuccessful. The only remedy possible is to use a large safety pin to pin the excess strap down to the strap once adjusted to a length of strap you like.This was clearly a money saving corporate decision in how the bras are made but it's backfiring in that previously loyal customers of the product are looking elsewhere.2Best bra I ever purchased. Worth the price.After reading all of the posted reviews I was questioning this purchase. I'm 61 years old, and remember the cone shaped bras that my mother wore. I actually put one on when I was little and playing dress up with my mothers clothing. By the time I was wearing one, they came out with what they called "contour shaping" bras. I took a chance and ordered the Elila in my size. I was expecting one of the old cone shaped bras. I received a very nice contour shape bra. It is very comfortable to wear, and is not scratchy as some have reported. It does fit a little tight, but that takes some of the load off of my shoulders which is very pleasant. I made this purchase because I was going to Disneyland with my grandchildren, and didn't want any embarrassing accidental slips to ruin my day. This is a full coverage bra, and it holds all of me in. This is a Disneyland ride proof bra. An added note for those of you that are so sensitive that you find a bra too scratchy, you can use knee high nylon stockings (found at Wal-mart for only 50 cents). After hooking your bra, spin it around and before you flip it over to wear it, bend over forward and put one stocking over each breast. This will give you a layer of cushion for comfort. I did have one that was scratchy so I tried this trick and was much more comfortable. I paid too much for it to just sit around in a drawer.5
Elila Jacquard Full Coverage Full Support Softcup 1305 Lilac 34 M

Elila Jacquard Full Coverage Full Support Softcup 1305 Lilac 34 M

3.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 805.00
Sale price
HK$ 805.00
Regular price
HK$ 1,330.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 525.00)