As a huge fan of both the Alexa and the Abby, I jumped on this bra the second I saw it online. With unpadded, stretchy black cups, a deeper band and an exciting pop of bright colour at the back, this seemed like the perfect addition to my wardrobe.
As with the Alexa and Abby, this is an incredibly comfortable bra to wear. The racerback style pulls the straps away from the shoulders, avoiding slippage and helping pull my breasts in a little more centrally, and the deep stretchy cups let my breasts sit a little more naturally than in the padded, stiffer cups of the other bras. I absolutely love the splash of yellow at the back, and the subtle black-on-black geometric pattern on the cups. It's wonderful to have more bras that provide visual interest without overly feminine elements such as floral lace or bows, which I'm personally not a fan of. Clean lines, an incredibly attractive sillhouette and a comfortable, very supportive band.
I will say, if like me you are a fan of the Alexa and Abby, it's worth going up a band size in this. Those two bras have such stretchy bands that I find a 38 in them fits me very well, and if the bras went up to a JJ I'd probably consider a 36, although in most bras I wear a 40. But in this, the band is much stiffer - a good thing as it makes for a very supportive bra - but I have had to wear a band extender to get this on, which is a dramatic difference between the styles. I would love to see this bra with a 40 band for that reason, but even with an extender this feels incredibly supportive and comfortable.