The print on Picaso is a pattern that might as well make a decent Woodstock hippie gown. Here we have an entire color spectrum all framed with rectangles, circles, triangles, and spirals. I’m quite fond f it – although I was rather taken aback by Picaso when I first encountered it, in February. It’s one of those bras that, just a few years earlier probably wouldn’t even make it to the stores, because “who would buy that?” – today, however, wild prints are hyping now – the trend which Ava hit with impeccable precision.
Madz: This one totally looks like a bikini! I don’t mind it sticking out from underneath my clothes a little – be it a strap, be it a bit of the cup, not embarrassing at all!
Agu: The ribbon could be more contrasting – maybe juicy orange? Anyway it’s not a dramatic flaw. The ribbon on the briefs isn’t placed centrally, but somewhat on the side, cheekily, indicating that the set is meant to stand out from classic lingerie.
Madz: Oh right, because it actually is lingerie! What do you think of the support?
Agu: Ava’s side-support design is my little, personal discovery. Polish soft bras tend to make my breasts look pointy, but it is not the case with this one. I must admit that up until recently I thought that side support was a name for those underarm wires 😉 Crib-like cup enhancement effectively grasps boobs and shapes them in a way that, even under a thick sweater, states: I’ve got hidden assets and won’t hesitate to use them
Madź: My semi-soft sits perfectly! Grasps, lifts, plumps up, and – oh glory be – even the gore is aligned! My mom got 70I and loves hers as well. That’s right, fiftysomething-year-old breasts that went through their fair share of losing and gaining weight look young and vibrant in Picaso!
Agu: And since Ava clearly asks for us to forcefully scan it for flaws (come on, I can’t remember the last time I was so excited about Polish lingerie) I put a tiny pin into the size chart, according to which I should be wearing 75C 😉 Sadly, Picaso does not live up to its sister design Hailey. Although both bras have the same cut, each looks differently in the 65G size. Picaso is made of net-like fabric that definitely holds a steady grip on the boob, but does not accommodate the shape by stretching and staying put in appropriate places. Because of that, the cups slightly crinkle on top and a smaller size won’t fix the issue. The band is quite tight – possible to hook, impossible to take a deeper breath in it, so I wear Picaso with an extension. The situation has improved after a week and I feel more comfortable even without an extension, yet not ocmfy enough for a “no bra” effect – I still feel it’s there. I see that as a valuable material-science lesson, because the default measurements of Hayley and Picaso are identical. The owners of in-between-sized breasts should consider choosing a bigger band.
Madź: See, I have a completely opposite situation! It is much looser than in other Ava’s models that I’ve worn. Even my breasts don’t pop out of this one. I had no problem hooking my semi-soft on the middle closure. Also, cups are bigger here than in Estel or Crystal. I fit into an I almost effortlessly, when normally even J feels tight-ish. Picaso rounds up my boobs in a truly flattering way and creates quite an effect with the cleavage. I really like it and that cubist pattern has been on my must-have list for a while!
Madź: Indeed! The bra would show through the somewhat transparent clothing that I’ve worn on the hottest Summer days. Its colorful doodles fit perfectly into my comfort zone.
I’m utterly enchanted. Oh and did I mention the gore is tacking? Did I? 😉
Agu’s conclusion: Ava’s side support is a simple comfy – after a few hours you completely forget that you wear it. I take away one star for mere handling of sweat draining. Sadly, when wearing Picaso in outside temperature of 28 degrees, my breasts sweat like crazy. On one hand, perhaps you shouldn’t expect a non-sports bra to breathe like a trekking sportswear. On the other – I can barely name a bra that makes my breasts sweat this much.
Magda’s conclusion: Ava’s semi soft looks suitable for a bigger cup and in my case the band is much looser than in other models. Picaso perfectly lifts my boobs and manages to support them, however it doesn’t feel all that comfy when I’m, say, running to catch a bus. Kudos for the colorful, cubist pattern that not only brings a piece of art to mind, but also resembles a bikini…a bikini that would look perfectly, worn on a tropical beach where I’m chilling with a drink in my hand…sorry, got carried away again!
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