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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band82.0
Band Length57.0
Stretch ratio1.4
Cup width12.8
Cup depth22.5
Depth ratio1.8
Wire length21.3
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.1
Gore height6.1
Wing height9.5
Strap width1.5
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Edited/updated review:

This bra arrived with a faulty hook and eye (one was sewn upside down, making the first set of hooks unusable). I can wear it okay on the second set, and it wasn't something I felt warranted a return, but I contacted EM on their Facebook page, just to make them aware.

Gotta say, I'm impressed with their response. Kaska replied right away and offered to make and ship a new one completely. I couldn't really accept in good conscience (it's easily fixable and I don't need two of the same bra), but we made another arrangement and I have to say I'm very pleased. Excellent customer service, IMO. I will definitely feel more confident about ordering again in the future.

As for the bra itself, I like the fit! I ordered my usual size that matched what was in the drop-down box, and it seems TTS. The lace trim is a little itchy, but hopefully it'll soften up with wear and a few washings. Great projection, narrow wires, straps are wide but not annoying. I think I could do with the wings being a tad higher (my tail of spence is larger on the right side for some reason, so things tend to poke there even if the left side feels fine), but it's not too bad. Very firm gore tack, hoping that will soften up a bit as well.

Appearance wise, this is adorable! The little buttons instead of bows are perfect, and are a big reason I chose this model to start with. The CHP cut gives me great lift, cakes type cleavage, and a nive smooth look under clothing. Due to the lace, it definitely shows under clingy shirts, but it would probably be an okay t-shirt bra for me.

All in all, while not an ideal first time ordering experience, I'm generally pleased. It's such a cute bra, and I'm thrilled to have it.

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  • For $56 (shipping included), I would return it.

  • I would still complain, whether you want to return it or not. PetiteCollegiate posted today on the Facebook group Clothes for Boobs that even though initial contact with EM about her CH Cherry was unsuccessful that she received a box of smaller sized CH Cherries to try.

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    For something I can probably fix myself, I don't think the expense of returning it from the US would be worth it. I do love the bra itself. But I may leave a comment on the Facebook page or something, just to make them aware. It was just disappointing, bit of a downer on top of the initial new bra excitement.

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    To be fair, they probably order the bras hooks and eyes in mass quantities. I'd be surprised if Ewa hand sewed each hook and eye into the clasp. Its not like she hand knits the fabrics, they do have material suppliers. It's possible it's the clasp supplier's fault. Each side of the clasp is probably machine stitched onto each end of the band. Even if it was hand stitched into the band, I can see something like that going unnoticed in a hurry. I'm not an Ewa fan nor am I defending her. Just throwing the possibility out.

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    lcl0706 Oh sure, I wasn't really thinking they'd attached all the hooks themselves, but I'd expect someone attaching that part to the band to at least look closely enough at their work to notice. I sew a lot, and I'd definitely be double checking anything I was doing at the machine, if only to check the orientation of the pieces. I'm just surprised no one ever noticed at any stage.

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    I LOVE this bra!! It is SO georgious!! And Saskia made the boo boo right too!!

    Congrats!! It looks GREAT on you!!! : )

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    Wanabee Thank you! It's really comfortable so far, and so pretty.

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