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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band72.4
Band Length55.9
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width12.1
Cup depth13.3
Depth ratio1.1
Wire length14.0
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.9
Gore height4.1
Wing height7.6
Strap width0.8
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To start, I'm in the process of resizing and refitting a correct size. I used to be a 32A and am debating between 28D/30C and 28C/30B. The following bra is a 28C which I have concluded is definitely a cup too small. If this bra came in a 28D it would work perfectly.

The cups on this bra are very shallow given the built-in padding in this bra. The cups had less covering for being a "C" cup than I originally envisioned given that the website lists this bra as a "t-shirt" bra. It seems closer to a demi/plung t-shirt bra.

The colors are beautiful, the cups are a very light nude color while the dark "mocha" lace has a mauve hint to it. This bra is definitely perfect for wearing smooth & thin t-shirts or tank tops, and I like the convertable strap option (can take straps off completely for halter & X backs)

One thing I noticed was that the bottom of the cup dented a bit at the bottom, probably due to the fact that I had too much boob to fill the cup, and thus the cup got a little smooshed and created an indentation (you might be able to see this in the "front" view photo I posted). I think if I have a better cup size this wouldn't be an issue.

The band fits very comfortably, not as stretchy as the "Nicole" band, but seems to be pretty true to a 28 (they mentioned on the site that this band is stretchier and thus, don't order up a size because other TLBC bands tend to run small). I am going to order a 30C and give the larger band/cup a shot since I don't think the band would be so stretchy that I end up on tightest hook to start.

Updated on Sep 01, 2013 Flag this

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