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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band80.0
Band Length70.5
Stretch ratio1.1
Cup width15.2
Cup depth21.6
Depth ratio1.4
Wire length27.3
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.5
Gore height7.0
Wing height8.3
Strap width1.9
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This (along with a 30F - Cleo » Maddie Moulded Balconette T-shirt Bra (7201) ) was my first attempt at a well, proper fitting bra. And it's pretty close, but not perfect.

The Pros: Super smooth and ideal for thin, clingy fabrics with no trim; continuous band which helps (for me, at least) to keep the bra in place; push-up padding which helps plump up my FoB breasts and makes them look really full and uplifted; and I like the narrow gore, with the top of the gore underwires practically touching.

The Cons: [partly fit issues, partly bra style issues] straps are wider (actual width of strap) than I think I necessarily need for my size and are itchy, perhaps due to the loops along the straps(?); similarly, the looping continues along the bottom edge of the band and causes some irritation for me; the cups are just a bit to curved along the top and cause some gapping after settling after a swoop-and-scoop; compared to the 30F Cleo Madddie, the gore on this bra seems just a bit taller and thus jab-y for me; the band is *just* this side of too small (since Freya's run a bit loose in the band, and I can def tell the difference between the Cleo in the same size, I think it would fit well after some wear and stretching out, but right now I find it wearable with a bra extender--and I really only needed one extra hook, with the extender fastened on the tightest hook, if that makes sense, so really I only needed about 1/2-3/4" to make it comfortable); and unfortunately the top of the cups/placement of straps are just a bit too wide and tend to dig into my underarm/inside shoulder area (especially when I aggressively swoop-and-scoop).

Overall, I like the push-up padding (but it's not removable, so that might be an issue for some people), it's perfectly smooth for wearing under thin shirts and is low enough not to show overly much under low-cut shirts, and the nude is light enough to really blend in with my pale skin tone (again, might be an issue for not-so-pale skin tones).

Updated on Jun 21, 2014 Flag this

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Fit information

On Jun 2014

Center gore comfort:
Underwires dig into sternum, because they are too high
Strap separation:
Are too far apart
Top of the cup:
Wrinkles, can't quite fill it
Cups separation:
Too separate for my boobs

She hasn't added any bras that fit her correctly.