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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band99.1
Band Length76.2
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width17.3
Cup depth31.8
Depth ratio1.8
Wire length30.0
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.0
Gore height7.6
Wing height10.7
Strap width2.0
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Pretty bra with green striped fabric and embroidery details, top of cup is sheer. It fits me as well as I have had a bra fit so far. The gore tacks, but it also folds of on itself to make itself stack. I think this is because I am close set. So technically, one wire of the gore tacks.
The wires follow my shape fairly well. This bra sits loser to my inframammary fold than any I have found so far. That being said, it still sits a bit below my fold, maybe an inch or a bit less. Even if I try to situate it up there it never actually gets quite high enough. Not sure if I need more projection, or if I am too narrow so I force the gore down, or if it is just the weight of the bosom. In most bras I get a bit sore on the ribs where the wire angles up, and this is the case with the freyas, but this tends to get better as I get used to the bra. The red mark is definitely on a rib, not on beast tissue, so that is good, I think.
The details don't show under a tshirt, which I was nervous about with an unlined cup. Arerolas totally show through the mesh on top, I kind of thought they would fall under the fabric, but they sit up in the sheer area. Maybe just cause FOB or maybe that is the design plan.

Updated on Sep 10, 2013 Flag this

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