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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band71.1
Band Length59.1
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width13.0
Cup depth21.6
Depth ratio1.7
Wire length24.1
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.8
Gore height7.6
Wing height9.4
Strap width1.5
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A few months ago I tried this bra from Amazon. It fit perfectly except that it was too pointy for me, so I returned it. Once I returned it, I regretted returning it and have been on the look-out for another one that wasn't orange, red, or pink.

This one came in the mail today and I couldn't be happier!
It feels like a breast hug, not a bra. It fits me perfectly and it's totally not as pointy as I thought it was. It's actually not even very pointy at all. The only tiny complaint I have is that the fabric is a tad itchy. Nothing bad, just noticeable. I'll probably soak it in conditioner a couple times and see if that fixes it. It's not even something I'll care about if it doesn't change because it's seriously the most perfect bra for my boobs.

The Panache Andorra would make my boobs smile, you know, if they could.

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Updated on Apr 21, 2015 Flag this

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    I wouldn't use conditioner -- it damages fabric fibres and degrades elastics. Often the culprit isn't the fabric itself, but rather the "sizing" that is present in almost all new cloth. To get rid of that, better just wash the bra with a liquid laundry cleaner (especially at lower temperatures powder can leaves residue which, again, isn't great for delicate fabrics and elastics, nor does it help much with sensitivities).

  • OH! Thank you! I thought conditioner would be the easier-on-fabric version of fabric softener. I will just have to make sure to wash this bra a little bit more regularly.
    Thanks for the heads up!

  • It might be easier on fabric and a little evry now and then probably won't do any harm, but in the long run it will still cause built-up of substances that are not necessarily good for elastics. Either way, I would still try to get rid of the sizing first and see how it feels then :)

  • Thanks for the advice! It's really not super scratchy, so I won't be using anything except soap on it.

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