Panache Superbra’s Multi-Way Reviewed

Panache Superbra Zara MultiwayPanache’s basic Superbra range was recommended to me when I got married, and while Freya’s Deco Multiway won that race at the crucial moment of having to have something sewn in to my dress, when I found Zara on sale recently I had to give it a go.

I think I made the right choice with my Deco Multiway. Zara feels like a lovely bra – she’s soft and supple and has all the hallmarks of a bra that would see you from alter to afterparty in comfort – but there’s something off the the sizing. I spent ages switching around the straps from normal to cross backed to halter but to no avail: the back was too loose and the cups too small, meaning the front couldn’t lay flat against my sternum and the whole thing felt insecure. I’d recommend sizing down once in the back and going up twice in the cup (to ensure additional volume on the smaller back sizes). I’d need to go from a 30G to a 28H – putting me just out of range for this bra.

If you’ve got time to spend figuring things out in the changing room, or your size adjustment is within range, she’s a soft and quality feeling bra in a lovely dusty pink colour. But it’s a another miss for me. I’m not having much luck this year…

Panache’s Zara is available in sizes 28-38 D-G.




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