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Bra » Panache » Ariza Balconnet Bra (5051) » 30H » Bras » Owner


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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band70.0
Band Length63.0
Stretch ratio1.1
Cup width15.0
Cup depth28.5
Depth ratio1.9
Wire length33.0
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.0
Gore height9.8
Wing height12.0
Strap width1.5
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A very pretty and delicate see-through bra made from lace and mesh. I have the pastel beige/pink colorway and even though it was not probably meant as a nude bra, it could be used as one. The light color also downplays that thick "Ariza-esque" band that goes around the entire bra and makes - I think - some of the other colorways look unnecessarily heavy-duty.

The fit is spot-on. The cups cover the breast quite a lot, though the construction is still that of a balconnette, not a full-cup bra. The shape of the bra is more like the one I get from Freyas, though, nothing as round as the Bonnie or the Confetti.

I love the straps! They are THIN! About 1 cm (1.5 cm with embroidery) in width. However, they are only partly adjustable, which is a bit of a pity.

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I've been wearing the Ariza so much in the past few months! I love, love, LOVE the thin straps! I love them so much I could eat them. For the first time in years I don't feel exposed in tops with thin straps - it was a really good idea to get this bra during the summer months.

On the other hand, you know that wide band that makes those thin straps possible? It sort of turns upside down when you wear the bra for a couple of hours. And then it scratches and itches and is generally uncomfortable (and it huuuurts). But I'll live with it, the straps are worth it.

Updated on Apr 25, 2015 Flag this

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