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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band82.6
Band Length66.0
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width16.3
Cup depth28.6
Depth ratio1.8
Wire length29.0
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.5
Gore height7.6
Wing height8.9
Strap width1.9
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I keep this bra on period-reserve when I'm PMSing and my breasts swell up a cup size. It fits fairly well then, but I definitely do not fill it completely when my hormone levels ease back to normal. Anywho, it does a good job keeping all the breast tissue in because the wires are incredibly wide. Though, if I don't do a thorough enough job scooping and swooping, the wires poke my axillary region.

This bra gives me absolutely zero cleavage, which I guess is good under certain circumstances. I do prefer a bra to give me at least a little oomf, so I was a bit disappointed that a Curvy Kate bra couldn't do that (even at the peak of breast-swelling). All other signs point to the bra fitting well, so I've concluded that it's a great bra for wearing under professional button-up shirts and suits.

**Updated Review**-01/07/2015
While I don't usually go for unlined bras, I do have to admit that one of the benefits of wearing them is that they can still fit even after shape change or breast growth. This is what happened with me and the Romance. Basically my boobs grew and are now my old PMS size normally while my now-PMS size is closer to a 32GG in Curvy Kate sizing. Yet the bra still fits with no quadboob. The underwire is just a little closer to the forefront than it was.

Only problem now is that I accidentally broke off one of the hooks on the loosest column because I suck at undoing 3-hook bras. So the band is on the tighter, more uncomfortable side of fit, which is poopie.

Updated on Jan 08, 2015 Flag this

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