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Bra » Cleo » Natasha Balconnet (6841) » 28GG » Bras » Owner


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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band77.5
Band Length59.7
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width14.2
Cup depth26.7
Depth ratio1.9
Wire length28.7
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.9
Gore height8.6
Wing height9.5
Strap width1.9
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The Natasha Balconnet is one of my favorite unpadded bras so far. It did not engulf my boobs in a sea of fabric up to my clavicle, nor did the gore try to stab me in the heart. It manages to bring my wide set breasts a little more front and center, and uplifted, instead of making them more spread apart or minimized. Under a shirt, my boobs look pretty great.

I was a little worried that a 28GG would be too tight, especially since the Zia Balconnet is cut so small, but I had nothing to worry about. It was like a middle ground between the Meg Balconnet and the notoriously firm Zia. My underbust is 29 inches, and I can fasten the Natasha comfortably on the last hooks.

I love the pattern and the color scheme. The lace at the top of the cups is soft and doesn't cut into my breast tissue. The cup material is somewhat stiff, but that helps to provide support, and it softened up anyway after a wash.

The cups are also just the right height under my armpits. I find this to be the case in general with Cleo bras. I didn't have much luck with some of Curvy Kate 's Showgirls line and Freya is dancing on the edge of being too armpitty, especially once you get up to a G cup.

The Natasha is definitely proving to be one of my "go to" bras for when I want an unpadded bra under darker fabric tops or dresses, as long as the neckline isn't too low.

Updated on Apr 02, 2013 Flag this

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