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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band81.3
Band Length65.4
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width14.6
Cup depth27.9
Depth ratio1.9
Wire length28.4
Cup height19.7
Cup separation2.3
Gore height7.9
Wing height10.8
Strap width1.3
Hooks2
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Index32:8
UK32FF

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Didn't fit

Very short roots, projected, slightly narrow, even, close-set breasts....

The immediate projection feels fabulous. However, as is a common occurrence, when there is enough space near the wire, the cup is too tall, wrinkles in the top, and bites my underarm. Although the volume is comfortable, the oversized height is not. Compared to the 32F, this dramatically reduces bounce. But, the height of the 32F fits better on my very short breasts.

Like the 32F, the wire channel is longer than the wire. When the wire is moved furthest from the gore, the gore height is 2.25" tall and 1" wide: still requires a substantial alteration to fit my close-set breasts.

I have not attempted alterations on a molded cup before. But, after 92 bra purchases and not one fitting, I'm quickly warming to the idea. Sigh. This will require major surgery https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";-)" />

Great everyday bra with just enough padding to create a smooth surface. The padding is thinner than Comexim, Curvy Kate, and Ewa Michalak. Additionally, this model has good immediate projection and narrow-ish wires. The gore, however, requires "surgery" to fit close-set breasts.

EDIT: there are photos of a narrowed gore alteration on a molded bra, constructed like Panache Cari, here: http://www.bratabase.com/bra/dia37/pictures/

Cranberry colorway

This bra is not owned any more

Updated on Jun 29, 2016 Flag this


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