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Bra » Cleo » Lily Balconnet Bra (7351) » 28F » Bras » Owner


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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band71.3
Band Length60.0
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width13.0
Cup depth21.3
Depth ratio1.6
Wire length23.5
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.9
Gore height6.7
Wing height8.5
Strap width1.2
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The Lily is a tricky model for me. 28E has been my trusty Cleo size for a while now and my first Lily was in a 28E. I thought it fit OK when I first got it. The only issue I noticed was that the wires/wings were quite short on the sides, allowing some tissue to escape. However, as time went on I noticed the cups cut into my larger breast a lot and were causing quadboob, so I decided to try a 28F.

I think I'm just not the right shape for this bra. This 28F "fits" -- the volume is about right, there's no wrinkling/quadboob, etc., but it looks too full-coverage on me. I don't think it's the fit that Panache intended. I believe Lily is supposed to be a lower-cut model, but I just don't like the armpit fat effect it gave me! The top of the cup is not very stretchy either and it doesn't allow for much fullness. I fill out a 30DD Marcie perfectly, but I quad out of the Lily in the equivalent size. It's not obvious due to the dark material, but I don't completely fill the bottom of the cup, indicating it's indeed a little too large.

As far as general info, the band is on the stretchier side of a 28. The material is very comfortable. Unfortunately, it does feature the signature super painful Cleo gore that will need to be broken in.

Updated on Apr 25, 2014 Flag this

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