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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band87.0
Band Length69.0
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width16.0
Cup depth20.7
Depth ratio1.3
Wire length23.3
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.8
Gore height3.3
Wing height7.6
Strap width1.2
Hooks2
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Labeled as

Index32:6
EU70E
UK32E
FR85E
AUS10E
US32E

Review

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Used to fit

The most awesome thing about this bra for me is that it fits ).
Good things about this bra:
Very soft fabric, it feels really good next to skin.
Nice looking, but quite discreet design. I love satin and seams pattern. They show a little under thin clinging jersey, but not under woven fabrics. So it will be make really good everyday bra, I expect.
Cups aren't high (it can be not that good for some girls, but for me it's fabulous - it doesn't cut in my armpits)
Very wide wires (I know that it could be bad for some of us, but I always struggle for wires that don't cut on the sides).
Straps are pretty.

Not so good:
Band is stretchy and quite loose out of the box. For me it isn't a big problem, because bands on me start to ride up only when they are 3 sizes too big, not 1/2, but if you really need it tight or you are between sizes, I think that size down in the band is a good idea (it may be case only for black, but still).

I don't know whether it provides much uplift for heavy breasts because my breasts are pretty much self-supportive, but I think that thin straps and stretchy band are no good for the girls who need a lot support.
If you need deep and/or narrow cups - skip this bra!

The bra centers my breasts, but I have pretty severe East-West syndrome, so for others it could be different. I'm pretty ok with the shape. It's very much my natural shape, but with a bit more forward projection.

Updated on Dec 29, 2012 Flag this


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