Irritating squeaking sound!
I normally buy Simone Perele but thought I would try The Triumph Florale bra. I’m very disappointed as the bra makes a very irritating squeaking sound! They also offer 20% off with first purchase, then sting you for postage as with 20% it goes under the free postage amount!
I have been a happy Triumph customer for years....until now
The last 12 months I have had nothing but trouble...I returned many of them after I had broken wires, wires coming through material...
The most recent purchase ( after giving them one more go ) I have again had wires snap.
For the price you pay I would expect a longer lasting product....very disappointed.
quality has dropped, used to be a great product
very disappointed to have paid top price for a bra that had always fitted me, had washed and worn(in the machine ) and never been uncomfortable. the new version of the same bra has the same cup fit but nothing else. poor quality and materials in every way. when they get a good product and loyal customer base why do they go cheap and lose customers like me. I see the bra on sale price (like less than half... owner why?
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Excellent quality great price & super fast shipment
I cannot be more happy with easy purchased from triumphs, bought on 1 Apr & goods arrived 4 days later with excellent quality - much better than Bras N Thing rubbish products. Not sure what happened with others negative reviews there...
Bras that fit!
I would have to disagree with other reviewers with regards to Triumph Bras. After sifting through handfuls of bras in Myer recently, I came home with two of the Luxury T-shirt Triumph bras in modern appealing colours. They fit perfectly, giving a good shape, and giving my 12D bust a look that I am happy with, not out to the sides with gaping spaces between the cups and my body. I have gone on to purchase the Light and Airy minimizer which is a beautifully light bra, with no cup seams, comfortable straps (though I do need to tighten them every f...ew washes), and again a shape that is pleasing; and two triaction sports bras, the Extreme Lite and the Control Boost models. Both have great bounce control for when I am running or involved in high intensity gym classes. I wash them all in the washing machine in a lingerie bag, hang them up inside out of the sun, and have had no problems at all. I absolutely love them- they are what I have been looking for- no wire, no seams, crop style. easy on and off!! Can't recommend enough.
I am not happy with the quality of the new bras from Triump or the attitude from the staff. For over 5 years I had the underwire bra. Yes I washed them in my washing machine. They were getting raggedy so I was happy to find the same bras still in production. So I did not hesitate to buy 10 new ones. The first underwire broke through 4 months later and I was told return it. But I got busy over xmas and during the intrum 3 more bras developed the same problem. In an email I received from Triump they asked "do you wash your bras in a washing machi...ne? The answer is yes I always wash my bras and I do it in the washing machine on the delicate cycle. I don't like companys that try to put the blame back on the customer for what is obvious poor quality product.
Triumph's Australia/NZ online store bra sizing calculator worse than useless.
As the title says, this calculator is worse than useless.
It doesn't ask for your measurements, it asks for the band and cup size you currently wear, despite that fact that bra manufacturers don't size consistently and it's common knowledge 80% of women are wearing a bra that doesn't fit them - usually the band's too big, the cup's too small and the bra gives you no support (but it does give you back ache). Triumph's worse than useless calculator will perpetuate this.
Fix your calculator, please, Triumph. I'd really like to use the online store, but I need to know my size first.
Triumph Bras & Service
I recently went to the Triumph shop in Somerset 313, at around noon. The service was excellent as the saleslady who looked as if she was about in her mid forties or fifties was very helpful and gave good recommendations. As I have a daughter who is developing rapidly, and is in her early teens, she needed advice on what bras to get. She was promptly measured by the very professional saleslady, who took no time at all in helping her with her situation. As she is undergoing schooling and is an active athlete, she needed sports bras (Triumph does ...not offer a wide range, but they have Sloggi Sports Bras) and the lady not only helped her find a form fitting sports bra (They offer an assortment of colours in grey, black, blue, pink and many more!) but also helped her get some day to day bras that my daughter found very comfortable. Although pricey, Triumph/Sloggi bras are able to last for a good amount of time and is definitely worth the buy, but it is still advisable to go back and buy new bras from time to time to make sure that your bra is form fitting and that it does not grow mishappen (grow sideways which does tend to happen in middle-aged ladies). Some additional information that you might want to know from this regular patron of Triumph (especially in Somerset313) is that the bras should be hand washed and that the padding has to be well maintained. Also, when hanging the bras, try to lay the bras instead of hanging them as the cups may spoil. Have a good day!
NO REFUND IR REPLACEMENT
Bought two bras approx two months apart. One worn about 4 times and washed. Second one bought, worn once then washed same way as all other bras washed in same washing machine on same settings - DISINTEGRATED. Told me I must have used hot water NO or used drying machine NO or ironed it WHO DOES THAT!!!?? Now I am told by lingerie shop I must used a bag and that TRIUMPH will not give me my money back. I am recently unemployed and can't afford to buy a replacement. NOT HAPPY
Triumph sports bra
I wear triumph bra's all the time, but did not like their sports bra. I feel it did'nt give my D cup breasts enough support. It also wore out and stretched quicker than other sports bra's I have used before. I like triumph bras for their fit and comfort but would'nt recommend their sports bras for anyone who works out seriously and wants a high level of support.
Inexpensive and readily available
Does'nt live up to it's promises.
run of the mill bra
this brand of bras is average and given the prices of some of their bras ide say not as good as others for the support i find when wearing them, especially my sporting and maternity bras. they are available in most underwear shops including kmart and big w and prices can vary. styles are many and are suitable for all age groups, back support for the largert girls sizes (18DD) i find isnt the best as i find the back tends to curl over and under arm will fold onto itself even if ive had my bra fitted. they will wash and wear ok but i find i need ...to replace these every 6-7mths to ensure the support required remains. readily available, great variety in styles to suite different age groups, a great run of the mill bra sport and maternity bras in particular not as supportive as other brands i wear
These offer a lot of styles and choices when it comes to pretty ladies undergarments. They also have sportsbras too. I don't prefer these because the size I normally wear doesnt fit me so great in these. Not my favourite brand of undergarments.
I have bought some Triumph bras when they were on sale and they are okay to use. The styles were very feminine and the fit was good.
Can be a bit expensive, so better to buy when its on sale. The fit for me isn't as good as some other bras even though its the same size. It seemed a bit smaller for me, so I haven't gone back to see if I should buy another size or not.
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