When purchasing Simone Perele, make sure you double check your size. As SP is French they class the E cup as a our DD so where you see -
E cup- translation- Australian DD
F cup- translation- Australian E
G cup- translation- Australian F
Cup: Full Cup plunge
Modesty: Some, lace join does cover nipple
Underwire: Yes, supports and flatters
Adornments: Intricately embroidered cups
Highlight: Available up to an Australian F cup, with added support for bigger busts
Simone Perele's Wish, is a sister style to the Delice Plunge 12X319, both are best sellers for us, both are amazing fits but they do have their differences. Delice Plunge is firmer around the back, shallower in the cup and has a wider wire on it. It tends to flatten out and give a more rounded shape to the bust line. Many ladies use it as their every day minimiser bra.
Our beautiful Wish plunge is the opposite. Wish plunge is more generous around the back, deeper in the cup, gives a little more shape, gives a little more height and has a slightly narrower wire. Both are brilliant in their own right and many people can wear both.
What we love-
- Deep plunge, great for V-Necks
- Very clever design makes use of a very strong guipure lace for impressive support and shape for such a light Bra (Guipure is a heavy lace consisting of embroidered motifs held together by large connecting stitches)
- Light and 'air conditioned' for Summer
- Particularly great for those who are a little smaller around back and very full in the bust
- Gives great support with out being high and overwhelming
- Embroidery join at the front of the cup gives a really great height
- Though it is a lacy style, there are no real definite seams in the cup so it is quite smooth under clothing, you may see a lace outline, but it won't be overly noticeable
- Makes you feel a little powerful, makes the shoulders go back, puts a wiggle in your walk. This is a power-suit if we have ever seen one!
Something to think about-
- Wish plunge, is quite generous in the cup and the back so it can be tricky size wise sometimes.
- If you like you bras a little looser around the back then stick to your usual size.
- If you float between cup sizes, you may want to go down a cup size, the back should be generous enough that it won't bother you.
- If you like your bras quite firm around the back, you may be better to go back a back size, this will firm it up for you and considering the generosity in the cup, hopefully it won't end up being too small in the cup size.