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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band80.0
Band Length62.0
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width14.0
Cup depth28.0
Depth ratio2.0
Wire length26.0
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.0
Gore height6.0
Wing height8.0
Strap width2.0
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I am a fairly even and projected breast shape. I have average-to-narrow roots with a slight omega shape. My best fitting bra is a Cleo Lily in 30G.

Before the rest of my review, a quick thanks to learningaboutbras for sending this one my way after reading one of my bra misadventures" alt=":)" />

Note that pictures are edited very slightly to obscure nipples.

This bra is good for people who need narrow wires, are full on bottom, and have a decent amount of projection.

This bra is incredibly comfortable - I get just the slightest hint of quad-boob along the top, but I also tend to be a bit in between sizes for Freya. The lace cups of this bra are fairly stretchy an accommodating, as well, which means I have quite a bit of leeway anyway.

The nude colour is the best I've found yet for my skin! I tend to be very fair with slightly pinkish-yellow undertones, and most nude colours tend to be a bit dark for me. The snowflake-like pattern is really adorable and adds a bit of interest, given that nude bras tend to be very basic. The pattern is an off-white colour that is unobtrusive, meaning it won't show under clothing.

The shape of the bra is very round and flattering - especially compared to most other Freya bras I've tried, which tend to give me a bit of a "boob torpedo" shape. I love how it looks under clothing.

The band is very typical of Freya in that it tends to be on the stretchy side compared to the likes of Cleo and Panache. It's maybe a *little* looser than I'd ideally prefer, but it does not substantially affect the fit.

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