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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band76.0
Band Length62.5
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width14.0
Cup depth26.5
Depth ratio1.9
Wire length32.0
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.0
Gore height9.0
Wing height11.0
Strap width1.5
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This is the type of bra that I just had to try, cause I've heard it mentioned so often. Unfortunately it didn't work for me. I usually try on a bra and gather my initial thoughts, then wash it to wear for at least a day before writing a review, but this bra was wrong straight out of the gate.
Although the bra fit and looked lovely with its scalloped lace edging and great teal color, I did not like the way my breast looked in it. It lacked lift and shaping. It simply cradled my breast, and covered it like a hat would cover your head. No cleavage, no boosting, no shaping, it just simply covered my breast. My side profile was low and a bit pointy as well, and I really don't like that look on me.
The more bras I try the more I realize the gem I've found in Cleo bras... Namely Lily, Lucy, and Melissa (review coming soon on Melissa).

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    The Cleo Lily worked amazing for me. The Andorra - not so much. And I found the fit got worse and worse the more I wore it! Have you tried the jasmine? Just because the Andorra doesn't work, doesn't rule out the jasmine - I know from experience! :)

  • Stinkmouse I did try the jasmine and have to write a review on that as well. It was better than the Andorra for sure, but I either need a bigger cup or something else, I don't know what. I read somewhere that it fits like a true Balconettes and it served up my boobies and left the tops uncovered, which is fine, but I found that I felt insecure in it just slightly. A lot of jiggle and bounce which isn't a deal breaker, but I think going up a cup would look better. It felt like it was too small in the cup and since the cups are so stretchy and flexible, my boobs hung lower too. I need to wear it agin to be sure about it.

  • I had a similar issue with the jasmine. It's really hard to tell if the cup is too small in that bra bc it is soooo stretchy. I had originally gotten a 34GG and for a while, I thought it fit. I was just fooling myself bc I loved the shape it provided! Then I tried the 34H and I thought that fit but I had to constantly adjust the girls. Now I have recently received a 32J and it seems to fit very well so far. That's not a sister size to the 32J I don't think - I think it's a full cup size larger. So that's like 4 cup sizes pretty much that all SEEMED like they fit to me... I think because of the stretch lace. Definitely try it in a larger cup size :)

  • 1

    Stinkmouse now that is interesting. I'm not even sure if it's worth trying a cup or two bigger. But if I can get it cheap, I'll try it out. I will keep an eye out for it 2nd hand. But the cups are stretchy indeed. Glad it's not just me, I was totally caught off guard about that and couldn't put my finger on why it just didn't seem to work as well as I had hoped.

  • I've been really happy with the bra. I hope you can get the size worked out. It gives a nice round shape. And such a departure from the huge goddess bras I spent my entire 20s in >.>

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On Jan 2015

Top of the cup:
There's a smooth line along the top of the cup

She hasn't added any bras that fit her correctly.