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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band90.2
Band Length66.0
Stretch ratio1.4
Cup width16.2
Cup depth33.0
Depth ratio2.0
Wire length27.9
Cup height20.0
Cup separation1.6
Gore height6.0
Wing height11.7
Strap width1.9
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I spent about a month doing various returns/exchanges with Zathiya before I settled on a 75GG in this bra, and I am pretty sure I snagged the last one in my size! I'm going to say it's true to size because all the bras I've bought recently (Panache, Cleo, Curvy Kate, Fantasie) are in the 32H/34GG neighborhood and this fits just as well. The band is comfortable on the loosest hooks; I have to wear the asymmetry pad on my right (see pics) but once I do that the cups fit just right with no gaps or spillage.

This bra is so, so pretty in person! The aqua color of the lace in all the stock photos is true to life. The straps are a very light blue. The lace goes all the way around, which is both a nice aesthetic detail and adds some structure to the band. In some of my other bras the elastic on the top and bottom of the band is much tighter than the band material, which leads to extra back rolls, but this one doesn't do that. I tried to add a picture of my back so you can see how nice and smooth the band is.

My bra has a tiny spot on the left cup at the T-junction of the seams where the lace doesn't lie flat. It's not a fit issue, it's actually from the way the bra was sewn, but it's not visible under clothes and I think it will probably smooth out a bit with time. The bra was shipped to me in a polymailer, and it was folded right along the seam at the top of the cup, and I think that is contributing to it. I think this is also making it a bit pointier than it would normally be.

This is the only bra I own that actually gives me cleavage! I have very very short roots and it's nice to own a plunge so the gore doesn't come up to my chin. I wore this bra for 8 hours at work the day after I received it, and it was comfortable enough I forgot I was wearing it. Despite the way it may appear in the pictures, the gore does tack very well.

Pros: Great cleavage, makes me look thinner from the front because it pulls everything in to the center, the material used on the band is appropriately firm

Cons: Lace is very textured and shows under thin shirts; minor torpedo shape (will probably get better once bra has been washed, see above comments about it getting crushed a bit during shipping)

Aqua blue colorway

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  • This is a lovely bra on you and I'm so happy it's comfy too!

    You know, though, I think we as a community need to agree on what TTS means. Surely a bra isn't TTS because of how it compares to other brands but because of how it measures objectively...?

    The band on this one at least stretches to around ~33", which is more or less what I would expect from a "34", and that to me is what should qualify or disqualify a bra from being TTS. (Surely if a bra isn't even able to stretch as big as its size label, it runs small?)

    I just know I was very confused as a newbie here by all the relative claims that a bra runs big or small. (Panache I think is _generally_ considered to run smaller than CK, which in turn runs smaller than Freya... but which of those bras any user considers to be their "normal" size is currently a lot down to personal preference.)

  • You make a very good point! TTS should definitely be relative to the actual measurements, and I do hold UK bras to that standard - I get irritated when I read a review with measurements and find that a bra that should fit me, won't. I was relieved that this one was true to its 34GG label. (Which is also what the r/aBTF calculator gave me! It's amazing when they all agree.)

    I think my confusion in this particular case stems more from the UK-to-EUR conversion issues. For example, EM lists bras on their own site with both sizes... like "75GG (34GG)." But 34 inches is not 75 cm, it's 86! So the Polish ones are just more confusing to me because some people tell you to order based on your measurements (which would've put me in an 85 band, and I know that's waaaay too big because I tried one) and some people say no, just use the common/standard conversion (so 34=75, etc)... Which is what I'll probably do now since I own both a Comexim and a EM that are basically spot on with that conversion.

    Is it just a fundamental difference in the way they measure their bras/people? Why the mismatch?

  • I guess this article answers my questions (kind of), although it doesn't really tell me why:

    I still don't really get Comexim though. Their website's size chart definitely says to just use the snug underbust in cm as your band. Ah well...

  • That's a really helpful link, thank you!

    Yeah, Comexim's size chart is... varyingly helpful! I think I will be looking at measurements only from now on when trying bras... the only difficulty is what to do when new bras come out :)

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