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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band78.7
Band Length57.2
Stretch ratio1.4
Cup width14.6
Cup depth27.1
Depth ratio1.9
Wire length25.8
Cup height0.0
Cup separation0.6
Gore height7.0
Wing height10.2
Strap width0.0
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This bra is very comfy, it definitely runs larger than the Comexim padded bras. So if you fit a 65J in say, Nadin, than I would get a 65HH in Mariposa or similar soft bra. That being said, next time I order a soft bra from Comexim, I will ask for the gore slightly raised and the cups lowered. Because I have really soft tissue and fob breasts, I tend to spill towards the center and get slight (not noticeable in clothes) quadboob towards the middle/inner cup, and slight wrinkling in the top of cup near the straps because I lack upper fullness. Otherwise, it is a fantastic fit! It is also very affordable and beautiful! In the pictures I've loaded, you can see that I converted it into a nursing bra, and it functions wonderfully." alt=":)" />

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  • I've been wondering what it means precisely to have the cups lowered, and what the fit effect of that is. Can you help me understand?

  • Having the cups lowered means that there is less fabric where the cup and straps connect, so the cup is "shorter."

  • I am so confused - Anna at Comexim just told me that lowering the cups on a soft bra is not a thing that can be done. There may have been some confusion due to language though.

  • Oh, well it's entirely possible Comexim doesn't do it on soft cups, I've never asked explicitly about that style. I know I had the cups lowered for my Nadin and I assumed you could have them lowered on all styles, but if you asked and she said no than I would assume they do not lower them in soft cup bras.

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    Ah okay good. Thank you for reducing my confusion :) I wanted to get a soft cup bra from them but I got so confused I went with a padded one.

  • Their balcony cut is shorter. I hope to order Mariposa in the balcony cut soon. The fabric is so beautiful!!

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