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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band68.5
Band Length56.5
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width13.3
Cup depth22.4
Depth ratio1.7
Wire length22.9
Cup height15.5
Cup separation1.6
Gore height4.5
Wing height9.9
Strap width1.6
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This is so pretty! I love how the bra is covered in lace all over. I kind of missed lacy bras when I started wearing fuller-bust bras. Ginger is composed of beige fabric overlaid by white lace and decorated with brown bows. Straps are the same beige ones used for Ingrid. I like how the color looks on my skin (although it’s a bit too pale to be nude) and I think it would work well on many skin tones.

Ginger is Comexim’s “deep plunge” cut, which is slightly more wide and shallow than their standard plunges. My breasts are projected and narrow but not too extremely so, and my standard Comexim plunges seem to have some empty space at the apex, so I thought that I could get away with the shape. Unfortunately, there’s pretty bad bulging near the center gore. It’s worse in reality than what it looks like in the pictures. It still doesn’t show under a shirt, though. Ginger doesn’t seem capable of handling center fullness very well. I’m sad because I would love the super low gore! Not sure if sizing up would help here.

Despite the quadding, Ginger felt pretty comfortable for the short time I’ve tried it. The band has 3x3 hooks and it fits nice and snug. The cups are very lightly padded. The edges of the cups are very smooth and I think that it would function well as a t-shirt bra. I would recommend Ginger for someone with slightly wider-set or shallow breasts looking for a great cleavage and something pretty and practical.

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Updated on Apr 08, 2016 Flag this

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