Instead of another lingerie review today, I am going to focus on two bust-friendly clothing pieces I have wanted to review for months: the Urkye Wodnik and Kopertowka tops. A dear customer of mine gifted these to me as well as the Dzwonek I reviewed earlier this year, but I had prior experience with Urkye when I purchased the Mala—a simplistic but sexy little black dress with a great value. Would the Wodnik and Kopertowka live up to my high expectations?
My 41.5″ bust and 29″ waist puts me in the 38oo/ooo size range which is what I tried for Wodnik. Ample space across the busts prevents lines from the fabric pulling, and the waist nips back in sharply to accentuate my figure. Wodnik is essentially a t-shirt with a twist. From the front, the design parallels a simple scoop neck with added seaming to contour along the bust and torso while an additional seam at the natural waist allows the shirt to flare across the hips for curvy lower halves.
On the back, Wodnik features a soft drape with a built-in “cami” part to conceal your bra. A thin strip of fabric connects the shoulders, leaving tastefully bare skin framed on the top of the back. No matter how I move, my bra band and straps never show, making the peekaboo quality appropriate and practical for work. In summer, the exposed skin keeps you cool, especially when a soft breeze brushes the skin. [Read more...]