Freya bras are known for bright colours & wild designs, a great size range, quite stretchy bands. Here is my review about the ups, the downs and the cups of this brand.
Aesthetics:Colourful and whimsical, in a fresh, bold kind of way. Lots of sheerness, lightness and playfulness. Interesting prints and polka-dots and delicate embroidery. Even their beige and white models are never boring !
I could say that many of the bras are not my style, but seriously it's impossible to find something ugly at Freya's.
Sizing:The bands are pretty stretchy, so in most models you need to take a tighter band than you normally wear. For detailed info on which model has tight/stretchy bands as well as cup size bigger/smaller than standard, check out my bra band table and bra cup table.
Bands: 28 to 40 (EU 60 to 95), in practice 30 to 42, see above.
Cups: B to K (UK)
Some really good sports bras like the reader-recommended Freya Active that goes up to a H cup and doesn't give you a mono-boob.
A couple of pretty nursing bra models, not really worth recommending.
Freya also has an interesting swimwear range with bra cup sizes, up to cup G.
The Freya Arabella a sheer light sexiness up to J cup, beloved by bigger-busted ladies that are used to heavily-constructed bras.
Freya Retro Plunge is what I'd call a pro push-up. Unlike a cheap push-up, it gathers the breasts from the sides, creating a spectacular cleavage without squashing the boobs.
Bra FittingPretty good, the ladies modelling the bras are mostly really well fitted ! Watch and learn !
Prices:A bit pricier, but still affordable: prices start at £25.00at UK sites. Due to their stretchiness they are less durable than Panache, but are usually prettier (if you are looking for fun, bold unmentionables !)
Where to buy:Freya stores locator
Try these online stores.
There are lots floating around on Ebay, often dirt-cheap.
Recommended for:* Those searching for pretty colours
* Big cups in delicate styles
* Anyone who needs narrow underwires (boobs that are close together)
I hope this helps ! Another brand I have covered so far is La Senza.