Rosme is a good deal less frumpy in their aesthetic. I've tried a non-padded balconette in the past and it was quite comfy, if much pointier than I prefer. So I thought I'd try the half-padded version and see if I got a rounder shape.
Stylized rose lace pattern is unique.
Unfortunately, Annija only comes in beige or black.
The beige is a cool tone, non-yellowy, so a decent match for my skin.
Straps. Quite comfy. The front is wide and flat, but the back is fairly narrow regular elastic.
Wires. On the narrow side: less narrow than Gorsenia or Comexim; similar to Natori. Medium-soft gauge.
Band. Very true to size. Mesh, but on the softer side.
Cups. The foam lining the bottom half of the cup is thin, so it gives support and structure, but is lightweight. Unfortunately, the lace upper cup - which I assumed to be stretch lace - isn't. Which makes this bra completely unsuitable for a full on top shape, and results in this rather unfortunate shape.
The top of my boob is forced downward into the cup, where most of the space is - except that bottom bit, where it is not cut full enough for the foam to accommodate much boob.
I am getting a downward ski slope shape worse than Curvy Kate's.
This shape is 100% meant for a full on bottom boob shape. I don't think even a balanced shape could make this style work.
When Do I Wear It?
There is no way to make this shape work for me. Which is unfortunate, since the quality is decent, the price point is great, and the brand is easily available on amazon and eBay. If you are full on bottom, this is definitely a budget brand worth trying.