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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band85.6
Band Length63.2
Stretch ratio1.4
Cup width15.0
Cup depth19.0
Depth ratio1.3
Wire length22.0
Cup height0.0
Cup separation0.0
Gore height3.0
Wing height8.0
Strap width1.5
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Ohhhh, this is a disappointment. In majority of the Panache non-softs I am a 32E and with Zara I get quadboob. It's not major, won't be seen under clothes (which simultaneously gives me the desired cleavage. Can anybody explain to me how is that possible that the worse the bra fits the better cleavage it gives?) but still - not a good fit.

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Updated on Dec 15, 2014 Flag this

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    Re cleavage, there's a weird disconnect between the structural design of modern bras and the desired fashionable breast shape. A bra is designed when it fits well to lift and seperate the breasts, with a gore creating some space between them. The fashionable shape that people desire with breasts which touch in the middle is somewhat at odds with the design purpose.

    There are a few plunge bras which manage to walk this line fairly well (I know Freya Deco is really popular for the cleavage it gives), or half-cups which give visible uplift even if your breasts don't touch in the centre, but to provide excellent support and cleavage would require a different type of garment.

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