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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band68.6
Band Length58.4
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width14.0
Cup depth24.8
Depth ratio1.8
Wire length25.4
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.5
Gore height0.0
Wing height0.0
Strap width1.3
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This is for the turquoise colored Ariza
The cups feel firm, in that they don’t open much when they are stretched. The band is very tight for a 28. It’s nice, though I’m still using the middle or smallest hooks (depending on the day). It’s a balconette, but the cups are very full at the top, so not so great for full on bottom boobies. The straps are pretty far apart for me, and they don’t seem to attach to any part of the cup in a way that would provide uplift. You can follow the upward force or pull along the strap line, down along the elastic that runs back along the upper part of the cup under the arms. A side panel or something that attaches the strap to the bottom of the cup in some way would be better. The profile of this bra is really, really pointy, especially on my larger side. My “smaller” side is slightly more rounded (or less pointy, rather). The top lace also cuts in to the top of my larger side just a little bit when the strap is tightened (in a vain attempt to create uplift), creating a very slight flat, angled stripe down the top edge of the bra. This isn’t really enough to be noticeable under clothing, and I don’t really like the bra enough to try different sizes. I could probably take in the center gore and see if that helps, as it’s a little bit wide. The straps are NOT fully adjustable, and I ended up having to shorten them a little bit. Overall, not my favorite look but, that said, it is really comfortable.

Updated on Oct 28, 2012 Flag this

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