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Bra » Panache » Tango Ii Plunge Bra (3256) » 28D » Bras » Owner


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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band76.2
Band Length54.6
Stretch ratio1.4
Cup width14.6
Cup depth19.1
Depth ratio1.3
Wire length20.3
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.9
Gore height0.0
Wing height0.0
Strap width1.3
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Didn't fit

This bra did not fit me, clearly. I'll do my best to comment on aspects other than the fit.
The band is a good fit, I'd say it's squarely in the 28 category, so no need to size up or down. It's a little stretchy but the elastic is firm, and I had to really pull to get my stretched measurement. The straps are fully adjustable, for those of you who need it. The bra is really not the most charming thing I've ever owned, but the seams and embroidery are rather flat, and this comes in about a million colors, so it's a good candidate for an everyday bra. I find the mesh in the wings a bit thin (it's probably prone to emphasizing back fat, even if there isn't much to speak of). The mesh of the cups is really sturdy, though, with zero stretch at all. Actually, the comfort issue I had with the cups is that the seams are pressed to the inside, but the cup is single-layered. While they try to remedy discomfort with a strip of fabric over the seams, the edges of that really sturdy mesh are not completely covered and I found that they were very itchy.
Now, my one comment on fit: This being Panache, the wires are somewhat wide (which I like), but contrary to most of their other styles, the cups here are very deep. To top it off, the top of the cups closes up pretty fast. It's not a look that I can fill out, and even more, it's not the type of plunge that will give lots of cleavage (especially in this size). Just be aware of that if you're thinking of buying.

Updated on May 07, 2012 Flag this

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