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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band83.8
Band Length64.8
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width15.2
Cup depth30.5
Depth ratio2.0
Wire length35.6
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.8
Gore height10.2
Wing height11.2
Strap width1.8
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I really love this bra. Bought the Aurora colourway last week and it fit so fantastically that I had to buy another. While I don't like white lingerie, the background colour on this is more ecru and the colourful floral just works. The white/floral fits a bit bigger than the Aurora, which doesn't surprise me because dark dye tends to inhibit fabric ease (and results in a snugger fit). If I could change one thing about this bra it would be to make the upper cup just a smidge less open on my less full side but if I went down a size, I suspect I'd be pillowing slightly on the fuller side. It's not observable under clothing - or even when clothing isn't on if the smaller size is well positioned in the cup. It's a challenge I can live with.

Have to say, as I have staunchly avoided all Panaches (including Cleo) for quite some time now because the firm wires and tight bands are just painful (even with an extender). But the Floris is unlike the other Panaches I've tried (Jasmine, Envy, pretty well every Cleo etc.) It's actually SUPER comfortable, even after a long day. The band is comfortable, the wires (while very firm) are totally pleasant. The gore doesn't dig, but tacks. Really, though, this shape is perfect for my highly projected breasts. The boobs are front and centre, totally lifted and incredibly supported. If you're on the fence, try this bra. Note, though: The band is snug for size and the cups are very projected.

Ivory floral colorway

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