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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band80.0
Band Length66.0
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width14.5
Cup depth25.0
Depth ratio1.7
Wire length28.0
Cup height16.0
Cup separation2.5
Gore height7.0
Wing height9.2
Strap width1.8
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Fauve, so high quality materials and construction; sophisticated aesthetic. The Sunset colorway is achieved with top stitching of pale rose pink anchored by bottom stitching of deep rose. The all-over brocade-type embroidery does not show under regular knits. The wires are a little too wide for my narrow girls but not in a bad way, they do not go out too far or poke under the arms. Band is TTS and very firm. Straps are only 1/2 adjustable, padded for comfort and textured for anti-slip. Trim along the top of cup, bottom of band all the way around and 1/2 way up the straps is perfectly color-coordinated and doesn't show through. Double and tastefully restrained pink & black bows in all the usual places.The half cup is 3 part, lightly padded and plenty deep enough for my crazy immediate projection (although this may be helped by the slightly wide wires) and gives terrific lift, centering and cleavage with a nice natural rounded shape; also fairly tall so I feel more 'collected' than some lower half cups (actually feels more like a balcony). Lined in a silky poly and the wires are covered in a soft french terry, as is the clasp. Comfort, comfort, comfort! What I love about Fauve is the details. For example, the top of the gore is sewn at an angle, not straight across, because the cups come out at an angle - duh! Also there is a 1/2 or so in the wire channel. I have 3 Emmanuelles now, and they are all a joy to wear.

'sunset rose' on blk colorway

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