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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band72.0
Band Length54.3
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width14.8
Cup depth21.7
Depth ratio1.5
Wire length22.8
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.5
Gore height0.0
Wing height0.0
Strap width1.6
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I really love this bra and wear it as much as possible. The fit is great, the style is great and the quality is great too!

My boobs are very close set so I generally have a problem with balconette bras digging in and I prefer plunges. This one is perfect, with nice low central wires in this size but still great support. The wires are narrow and the cups are deep, so it's perfect if you have upfront boobs. I get great cleavage in this bra and a nice rounded shape from the side.

The cups are lightly padded with foam, more to shape than to add size. The black lace on a nude background looks great, although the lace shows through very tight tops. The bra has washed very well and still looks great after several months wear. The band has stretched a little, but no more so than you'd expect with good quality elastic. There are four hook positions anyway, helping to extend the life of the bra. The straps are also fully adjustable and are joined to the bra with sturdy metal fasteners rather than the usual flimsy looking plastic.

My only complaint about this bra is that I wish it had more padding over the underwires, as I find they hurt my (admittedly bony) ribcage. For this reason I wear this bra looser than I should, and I would prefer a 55 (26) back if there was a little more padding. I don't feel like I've lost out on any support with this compromise and I'm still very happy with it, it's just the one alteration I'd need for it to be perfect!

Updated on Apr 06, 2012 Flag this

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