Share your bras and experiences and help other women
Get recommendations, write review and learn more!

Got bras? Create an account

Bra » Cleo » Jude (5846) » 28FF » Bras » Owner


Measurement Cm
Search by measurements
Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band72.4
Band Length61.0
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width14.6
Cup depth21.0
Depth ratio1.4
Wire length24.1
Cup height0.0
Cup separation3.2
Gore height1.9
Wing height9.5
Strap width1.5
Compare to your bras

Labeled as




Didn't fit

Update - Sold this bad boy, decided it was just too dang small & shallow for me.

I agonized over this bra, and what size to order (because my 28FF Cleo Juna does not fit), and I really wanted the black & pink but really needed a nude T shirt bra too. Turns out the nude color is almost an exact match to my skin tone, and the lace detail is cute. I'm not a huge fan of plain beige bras, and this solves my T shirt bra hunt. After picking apart every measurement possible, I decided my Juna was more of a shape mismatch instead of a cup size problem and went with the same size. Definitely glad I did, because a 28G would have been too big.

Material: I find it kinda scratchy, but I have sensitive skin, so YMMV. It's not unbearable though. Hopefully a couple washings will soften it.

Wires: I know this is a hard bra to fit into for most. For me, the wires are the perfect width, and confirm my very strong suspicion that I need wide wires. They stop on my sides exactly where my breast tissue ends, and enclose everything in the middle.

The band: - at first glance, I thought "holy short band batman!!" But I can fasten it on the loosest hooks, and it feels like it will stretch over time.

The straps: VERY short. I have to leave them as loose as they go. I consider my boobs to be fairly low-set on my chest, so keep that in mind if you give this bra a shot.

The cups: I don't fill out the bottom, although it's close. There is slight gapping at the top when I reach forward, but I think that is standard with molded cups like these. There is zero spillage in the middle - again confirming I need wide wires. The *only* nitpick I noticed is I have *very minor* quadding on the inside edges of the cups. I added about 1/4" of length to the band with an extender, and it solves that problem and also allows me to shorten the straps a little bit. So, even though I can fasten the band on the loosest hook (maybe even the middle hook) and it's not particularly uncomfortale, I believe I will use the tightest hook on an extender until the band stretches enough to correct this on its own.

Nude colorway

This bra is not owned any more

Updated on May 22, 2015 Flag this

Subscribe to updates on this entry

  • 1

    Wow, that's great news! It's good to hear about the times Cleo Jude worked well for someone. That is valuable info!

  • Thanks! I was pretty excited to find success with something. After I read enough reviews stating it was way too wide, I had a feeling it might work for me haha! I thought it was important to write a good detailed review - it felt like this bra got a bad rep because it's a difficult shape. I'm one who tends to shy away from products that don't have good reviews but I told myself that doesn't mean much in the Land of Bras, everyone is different, it's not like I'm buying a microwave.

  • I love this bra a little more each time I wear it. I put it on today, and put a very thin white cami on over it, to wear under my sweatshirt. I realized this bra is so close to my own skin tone that if it weren't for the pink lace trim, you wouldn't be able to see it at all - and that's saying a lot for the thinnest white shirt I own. The tags had to go, though. Usually I don't have a problem with tags on a bra band, they're pretty soft. These drove me bananas. Something to think about if you have super sensitive skin, although it's nothing a pair of scissors can't fix.

add a comment

Use @ to mention users, brands, models and more

You need to sign in to comment