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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band0.0
Band Length66.0
Stretch ratio0.0
Cup width15.7
Cup depth24.8
Depth ratio1.6
Wire length27.0
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.6
Gore height7.3
Wing height8.9
Strap width1.6
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UPDATE (original review is below): Over time (I first bought this bra four months ago), I have come to love this bra. It's my regular t-shirt bra now, my daily go-to. It took a while to adjust to the cups riding up high under my arms, but now I truthfully don't feel it anymore.

I've noticed that if I have a few days where I don't wear a supportive bra (eg. days spent in a sports bra instead), then I can't go right back to wearing this bra comfortably for a full 8+ hour day again, like when I first got it. However, if I spend a few days wearing some other bra, like my 32FF - Freya » Totally Tartan Padded Half Cup Bra (1423) , then I can get back in this bra comfortably. It's a bit annoying, but worth it, because it's the only problem I have with this bra now.

After two months, this bra had become such an integral part of my wardrobe that I bought it in a second color. The aqua color is delightful, and the nude color works under virtually everything.

If you've got a shallow shape and prefer moulded cups, this is a great bra to try, just give yourself a while to adapt to it.


Original Review (see update, below): The sides of the cups under my arms comes up really high; this is a bra that I'm going to gradually have to get used to. I can't currently wear it more than a few hours without it starting to hurt my underarms.

If I have my arms in front of me, it gaps quite a bit at the tops of the cups, which is visible under shirts at certain angles. Otherwise, it fits my shallow shape. The moulded cups are a flattering, very round shape, and smooth. The cups are seamless and it looks fantastic under clothes! The design at the tops of the cups is very low profile and smooth enough that it doesn't show through clothes.

Another item about this bra: I have a small scar at the top of one of my breasts that normally doesn't show out from under bras (since I'm absolutely not full on top). However, this bra holds my breasts in such a way that the scar shows above the top of the cup. It's not a problem, but very unusual (and something that doesn't happen with the Cleo Juna (6461)).

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  • I have the same problem with the cutting into the underarms/cup gaping at the top. I've just been properly fitted; is this a common phenomenon or just something about this bra? Is there a way to adjust the straps or is it just how the bra is? Thanks for your help!

  • It's kinda just how this bra is. I've found that once I get used to this bra, it isn't a problem anymore, but if ever I have a few days where I just wear, for example, an unsupportive sports bra, I can't go right back into this bra the way that I can my others. It's definitely improved a great deal once I've gotten used to it, though.

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