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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band73.7
Band Length57.2
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width13.3
Cup depth18.5
Depth ratio1.4
Wire length19.7
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.8
Gore height1.0
Wing height7.6
Strap width1.3
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The Cleo Jude (5846) is a great plunge bra, especially once broken in. When new the cups can feel a little stiff but they aren't thick and have no extraneous padding, which is wonderful! It's impossible to find a plunge bra with this style, in this size range, without bump pads, which I can't stand.

Even with no padding this bra manages to give a really nice rounded and lifted shape. The band is probably true to size. On me, this particular one is very tight but I shouldn't have ordered a 28 -- in Cleo bras I seem to have better luck with 30 bands. With this bra I use an extender and I will definitely be purchasing a 30DD in the future if I can find one.

The texture of the lace on the cups doesn't show through shirts but the color of the lace may show through thin or sheer material, as may the contrast-color straps.

All in all, this is actually one of my favorite bras and I'm NOT happy that it's discontinued! (Apparently, I'm the only person in the whole wide world who actually liked it, haha.) Fortunately, it has been succeeded by the Cleo Neve Plunge T-shirt Bra (7196) , which I also love.

*** When I first bought this bra I was nursing and so in the pictures the cups look about 1/2 cup too small. I've since stopped nursing, and the cups fit normally now. Incidentally, this bra has held up amazingly well!! It still looks like it did the day I bought it and the band hasn't even stretched out -- I still need the extender. Great quality from Cleo!

Updated on Jul 08, 2014 Flag this

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