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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band96.5
Band Length78.7
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width18.3
Cup depth36.8
Depth ratio2.0
Wire length39.4
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.3
Gore height11.4
Wing height12.7
Strap width1.9
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This is one of my favorite bras despite the mildly pointy profile. It is the first bra I have owned where the band was comfortably firm, the cups were sufficiently big, and the wires were actually wide enough for my quite broad root.

It gives excellent lift with an angled lower panel but still has sufficient lower volume for my mostly even shape, and the top panel is stretch lace so ladies of all levels of upper fullness can makes this bra work without quad boobing. There's more projection in this bra than with other Panache Superbra models, such as the Panache Sienna (4471) , and the gore is pretty slim.

The cup looks fairly opaque on bottom when worn, but this is an unlined and unpadded bra which is actually sheer when held up to the light. It is very thin and breathable, yet I have no problems with nipple show through as my nipples tend to fall right on the seam.

I have found that the underwires are a little more narrow for me than they originally felt - perhaps it's just the angle of them on the outside - but I only notice when I am getting out of the car. The way that I tend to lean on the side of the driver's side seat when I swing my legs around has been pinching some of my tissue between the car seat and the back of the underwire. It's super weird.

The gore is also quite tall and tacks firmly. I have a layer of fat on my sternum because I'm a bigger lady, so over the course of a day the gore can actually push my little bit of chest chub up above where the gore rests and stab up into it. Usually I just give it an upward tug to resettle things, but I intend to bend the underwires out slightly as a long term solution.

This bra fits very similarly to the Panache Andorra Full Cup (5675).

Updated on May 07, 2013 Flag this

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  • Interesting, I'm surprised you find it similar to the Andorra! Myself, I think Andorra had a lot less depth and lower files in it, and I'd need at least one cupsize bigger in it than Jasmine. ( Also hi! Nice to see someone around in similar sizes. :) )

  • Hey Elphabra ! :)

    The 34J Jasmine is a really good fit for me, whereas the Andorra Full Cup in 34J does ever so slightly indent me at the top - which since it is stretch lace really shouldn't happen. So I don't disagree that the Andorra runs a touch smaller! I'm not convinced it's a full cup size of difference between the two; I'm on the larger end of 34J it makes sense that I'm having minor and nearly undetectable quad boob issues. You make a good point though and I should have mentioned this in my review - whoops!

    Mainly I think I was trying to convey that the wire widths were comparable and the shapes they gave were similar, as the seam patterns are similar and they both use stretch lace for the upper panel. I made a collage of various bras to demonstrate the shape similarity just yesterday:

    Left to right:

    Panache Andorra Full Cup 34J - 3 part cup with inner side support sling
    Panache Jasmine 34J - 4 part cup including side support panel
    Panache Andorra Plunge 36H
    Cleo Lizzie 36HH
    Cleo Marcie 36HH

    Thanks for commenting :]

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Fit information

On Sep 2013

Center gore comfort:
Underwires dig into sternum, because they are too high
Strap separation:
Not a problem
Top of the cup:
Cuts into breast tissue (quad boob effect)
Band fit:
The back of the bra is not at the same level as the front (rides up)

On Apr 2013 It fit her!

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