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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band107.0
Band Length80.0
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width18.5
Cup depth38.0
Depth ratio2.1
Wire length38.0
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.5
Gore height10.5
Wing height12.5
Strap width2.0
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Fit: Except for very slight quad/tissue escape on the side, it fits. The underwire is narrow and short on the sides. The band is more like a 40 than a 38, very stretchy. The cups are true to size. The gore is nice and low so I don't have my breasts pushing it out too much. The shape is unbeatable if you want round, projected breasts that face forward. This bra might be a Cleo Marcie Balconnet Bra (6831) for narrower, shorter-rooted/high breasts.

After reviewing a lot of measurements, in this size this is a quite similar cut to the Curvy Kate Cascade Balcony Bra (CK3601), which is a very slightly shallower, lower gored cousin of the Curvy Kate Bardot Balcony Bra (SG3101), Curvy Kate Florence Balcony Bra (CK8001), and Curvy Kate Ellace Balcony Bra (CK4401).

Look: It's got a cute pink and black floral print with baby blue bows. The top of the cup is sheer in my size. This is not exactly my style, but it's fine.

Comfort: Oh those low wires not poking or anything is really luxurious. The embroidered cups are slightly itchy, as is the narrow elastic on the band. However the main cup fabric is silky and soft. The straps are stretchy and soft.

Pink floral colorway

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Updated on Aug 05, 2016 Flag this

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  • This looks fantastic on you!!

  • Love4Pollinators Thanks so much! I might go back and buy it again, especially when it starts showing up on ebay. It was super comfy, but I worried about the side quad a bit.

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