Lepel Bra Review: Lacy Options Meant to Be Shown Off!

Lepel Bra

Lepel Bra Review: Lacy Options Meant to Be Shown Off!

Heard of the Lepel bra? We bought and tried it. Read our Lepel bra review to find out what this underthing has to offer.

Lepel Lingerie is not a common brand. If you’re curious, I bet you’d like to know more about the brand. The funny thing about this affordable bra brand is that it has been around for close to a decade but they are still not very popular.

Lepel Bra Review

Lapel bras are manufactured in the UK. The brand’s main purpose is to offer fun, fashion-inspired swimwear and lingerie that fit perfectly. The bra sizes range from an A to a J cup and the designs normally go up to a size 38 for the band.

Lepel Lingerie brand has been in the market since 2009. The brand is popular in Europe but basically unknown in North America.

Given that people don’t have much experience with Lepel bras, we’ll review them just as we did when we first heard about Delimira. We’ll also discuss some Lepel bras that are available online and highlight some reviews posted by people who have tried them.

Normally, when it comes to bras, you get what you pay for. Paying $20 for a bra that you’re not familiar with will definitely make you apprehensive as you would paying $50 for a brand that you haven’t tried before.

Given how affordable Lapel bras are and how pretty they look, you definitely want to read this review.

  • 1. Lepel Fiore Full Cup Bra Review (Lepel 93229)

Lepel Fiore Full Cup Bra Review (Lepel 93229)

Available on Amazon

What Lepel Says:

“Our most popular Fiore range in full cup shape. Featuring striking all over textronic lace*, ribbon trellis and fully adjustable straps.”

*3D/multilayer lace

What People Like:

  • Cute detail and design
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Great color selection

What People Dislike:

  • For larger sizes, it only has two hooks
  • Gore is pretty uncomfortable
  • Straps are short
  • Sizing issues (generally very big)
  • Doesn’t offer much support for larger sizes
  • 2. Lepel Fiore Plunge Bra Review (Everyday Bra 93200)

Lepel Fiore Plunge Bra Review (Everyday Bra 93200)

Available on Amazon

What Lepel Says:

“Our most popular Fiore range in a deep padded plunge shape. Featuring striking all over textronic lace, ribbon trellis and fully adjustable straps.”

What People Like:

  • Numerous fun color choices
  • Removable padding
  • Great value for your money
  • Creates a good flattering shape
  • Comfortable
  • Natural appearance

What People Don’t Like:

  • Short straps, meaning there’s limited adjustability
  • Small cups
  • Doesn’t have enough support on the sides
  • Small band
  • Seam is visible through shirts
  • 3. Lepel Fiore Balcony Bra

Lepel Fiore Balcony Bra

Available on Amazon

What Lepel Says:

“Our most popular Fiore range in a balcony shape. Featuring striking all over textronic lace, ribbon trellis and fully adjustable.”

What People Like:

  • Comfortable fit
  • Beautiful design

What People Dislike:

  • Itchy fabric
  • Pointy shape
  • Small cups
  • Fabric is very stretchy
  • Very delicate fabric – can only be hand-washed
  • 4. Lepel Fiore Padded Plunge Bra Review

Lepel Fiore Padded Plunge Bra Review

Available on Amazon

What Lepel Says:

No blurb available

What People Like:

  • Smooth seams
  • Its colors and look

What People Dislike:

  • Feels cheap
  • Fabric on the band is stretchy
  • Underwire comes up high
  • Small band

Would I Risk It?

This depends on how you feel personally. The reviews on Lepel bras are overwhelmingly positive and several bloggers who have actually tried and love them. There are many positive comments on the fit for people with smaller cups and smaller band sizes or bigger cups and smaller band sizes. There were barely any positive reviews from people who are larger on both counts.

If you don’t like lacey bras, then these bras will definitely not impress you. A little lace detailing here and there isn’t bad. However, when the lace is everywhere, it can be a no-no. Surprisingly, most best-selling bra brands use a lot of lace.

If you like sturdy, well-built bras, then Lepel is not for you. However, if you’re shopping around for a showy bra and don’t want a lot of heavy lifting done, then you’ll certainly see the appeal of a Lepel bra.

This marks the end of our Lepel bra review.

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Jeanette is a certified professional bra fitter. Originally from Lyons, France, Jeanette moved to Houston, TX to head the Brabbly content team. When not talking about bras and underthings, she's usually tucked in her study writing a sci-fi novel.

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