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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band88.9
Band Length66.7
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width15.9
Cup depth25.4
Depth ratio1.6
Wire length29.2
Cup height0.0
Cup separation0.0
Gore height8.9
Wing height0.0
Strap width1.3
Hooks2
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Index36:7
EU80G
UK36G

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Wow! This is an amazing, everyday tshirt bra. I got this seamless bra in nude and it's everything I hoped it would be.
The tag proclaims: "*Ideal breast form *Stable form after washing *Air conditioned comfort *Eudermic, skin friendly and *Okotex standard 100"
Although I have no idea what the last one means, the rest seems to be true. I don't think I've ever felt a cup like this. It's formed, but flexible and when you manipulate the cup, it almost acts like a gel. It's light weight and very comfortable.
Construction: It has the standard narrow Polish wires. The band has a good amount of stretch, but is a rather firm elastic. The 80 band fits very similar to Ewa Michalak 80 bands. The straps are placed slightly wider than most US and UK brands. They're also fully adjustable and detachable at all connection points.
Fit: I had really, really wanted the lift and projection I get from Polish bras, without the seams. And I got it with this bra. This might allow some minor nipple show through, but it does offer some control. The cups offer a good full coverage and thus there isn't much cleavage with this. Personally, I'd sacrifice 1/2" of coverage for a slightly sexier look. Other than that, I wouldn't change a thing.

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    I'd love some pics if possible!

  • Thank you for your recent reviews! I have been looking into other Polish brands over the weekend so these are very helpful.

  • Yes, pics! :) I have been eying this brand for a while.

  • It is called "spacer" because it is not a foam padded cup and their is only one layer of fabric, but the fabric ls like a new breathable synthetic fleece that has no insullation value but provides tiny airpoctes within the fabric giving you a little "space" between your skin and your clothing. It is just enough for minor nipple show through and helps with sweatiness. If you see some thing labelled as a "spacer" this is what it means

  • maddy2596 - Are you saying that Okotex means spacer? I'm familiar with spacer bras, but I had no idea what Okotex means.

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    Oeko-Tex is the fabric manufacturer this brand uses. Spacers include a large variety of fabrics and Oeko-Tex makes a large variety of products. It was more the air-condition comfort I was going by. It is like all the synthetic fabrics outerwear uses. Each brand has its own special guarentee of so made up name and some rating that may or may not actually mean anything. Here is the link for the standard. Really it is just an advertising thing and a claim that they are using "better," "greener," etc. fabrics than other knockoff brands.

    https://www.oeko-tex.com/en/business/certifications_and_services/ots_100/ots_100_start.xhtml


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