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Bra » Curvy Kate » Fleurty Balcony Bra (SG1301) » 28G » Bras » Owner


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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band85.1
Band Length58.4
Stretch ratio1.5
Cup width14.0
Cup depth22.9
Depth ratio1.6
Wire length26.7
Cup height0.0
Cup separation0.6
Gore height7.6
Wing height10.2
Strap width1.9
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This is my favorite bra! I have it in three sizes (28G, 28FF, 28F), two of which are too small, because I didn't return a couple of earlier orders like I should have. Nevertheless, I can wear all three sizes without having obvious quad-boob underneath my shirt, since the design of the bra manages to work with my breast shape/density to minimize (28F) or completely hide (28FF) the size problems. Although not by any means a t-shirt bra, I regularly wear it under heavier, patterned t-shirts and it gives a very nice, rounded shape from the front and sides. I've heard a lot of complaints about the gore painfully hitting the sternum, but didn't find it to be that much of a problem, even though I don't have much padding on my rib cage (for reference, I'm 5'9" and 125lbs). Also, I only noticed a problem with the gore on the too-small bras. Once I sized up to the 28G, the gore didn't bother me at all. I assume that's because the gore was high enough to not hit the bony spot that was causing discomfort in the other sizes. I think this bra makes my breasts look amazing, both under clothing and on its own. If you have shallow breasts, this is definitely a bra to try. Oh, and if you have nickel allergies you will probably have to replace the rings on the back of the bra (the ones that connect the straps to the bra), since they do contain nickel. Of course, if you're only mildly allergic or don't wear the bra very much, then you might not have a problem.

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