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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band90.2
Band Length64.8
Stretch ratio1.4
Cup width15.2
Cup depth20.3
Depth ratio1.3
Wire length21.6
Cup height16.5
Cup separation2.5
Gore height5.1
Wing height8.9
Strap width3.8
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Two more happy-experience bras from Aerie. My first Happy Unlined Plunge Bra was a 32C. Even though it technically fits, I had a feeling that the longer underwires in the 32D would give me better shaping. I was right. The 32C and D are very similar in size in this bra, but the wires on the D cup, as well as the slightly taller shape, work well to hide my pronounced underarm roll (courtesy of wearing the wrong bra size for 20 years). I am so happy to have unlined bras. They are so much more comfortable, because I am small. Even "lightly lined" bras tend to feel bulky in Arizona summer heat. There are days when I can literally ring out my bras (gross, I know) from sweating. These "Happy" bras are light as air and their fabric seems to keep perspiration from reaching my clothing! The one caveat to the Happy unlined is that it can show absolutely everything. My husband continually makes jokes about how much he enjoys seeing me in the frozen food aisles in the grocery store...If I were to wear the Happy bra to work, I would use "no peek" pads, for sure. Still, this is a wonderful unlined bra for small sizes, and that's not something I can easily find.

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Updated on Mar 23, 2017 Flag this

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  • This looks comfortable!! And, the color causes me to smile :-D

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    Giggle "no peek" pads. I've had such an expensive, painful journey finding a comfortable bra, I seriously don't care anymore. In our blazingly hot, freakishly humid summers, I will wear as few layers as possible. Winter, however, I cover to keep myself warm ;-) ;-)

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