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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band78.7
Band Length66.0
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width16.5
Cup depth27.9
Depth ratio1.7
Wire length31.8
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.3
Gore height10.2
Wing height10.2
Strap width1.7
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This is my favorite balconnet bra EVER. I love it so" alt=":)" /> How do I love it? Let me count thy ways" alt=":)" /> It is beautiful to look at; the embroidered fabric is oh so lovely, people ooo and aahhh when they see this" alt=":)" /> The comfort is beyond anything else I have in this style; the GG-K cups in Ariza have reinforced straps with felt on the back and they are wider than the D-G cups, so they don't dig into your shoulders. The cups are reinforced and are not are sheer at the top like the D-G, but they are still see-through and very pretty" alt=":)" /> Now, my underbust is 29, and I know that some people say you should go up a band size in this style. Well, I did, went from a 30 to a 32 and I lost all the lovely reinforcements, as the 32G is the "sister size" of this one, but it is completely different (please read my other review on this one!). When I first got this it was very snug, but wearable; I found that after wearing it about three or four times it stretched considerably, and now it is fine. I would suggest to NOT go up to the next band size, but rather get an extender and just hook that into the back until it stretches for you. I love this bra so much, that I want to get it in all colors, lol!! I have the midnight/fushia, and the purple/multi, and I'm drooling over the new lavender/pink one. Must get it soon" alt=":)" /> All in all, a fabulous bra!! OH, and you have to get the matchiing briefs, sooo cute together!!!!

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