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I measure 29 inches under the bust and usually wear 28-30 bands. My 30 bands have been feeling too tight recently, so I wanted a more comfortable and looser band. Unfortunately, this band is very loose. I want to say that it is loose for a 32, but it really is true to size and very stretchy. However, this bra only goes up to an H cup and I fear a 30H would be too small in the cups. This bra is too wide for my boobs, probably because my frame is not a 32-band frame. The depth is perfect. Center gores rarely lie flat on my full in the center breasts, but this one does very comfortably. I quadboob a bit in the middle of the bra, and gape a bit on the sides towards the top because I have shallow tissue on the sides of my breasts. I wish this bra was a little lower-cut. I think that a 30H would feel better on my armpits and migrated tissue, but I have a feeling I would quadboob quite a bit. This bra is definitely not for my shape, but it still looks great under clothes and alone. This bra provides the most coverage out of all of my bras, but still provides some lovely cleavage. I don't have any other bras in a fun print so I feel like I really need this bra even though it's not perfect. It is very comfortable and soft. The material comfort outweighs the slight backache I have from wearing a loose band. I may invest in a rixie clip or alter the band. Tightening the band may exasperate the wideness issue I have with this bra.

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Updated on Apr 08, 2013 Flag this

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