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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band81.8
Band Length61.5
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width13.7
Cup depth26.7
Depth ratio1.9
Wire length26.7
Cup height21.6
Cup separation1.8
Gore height7.1
Wing height10.4
Strap width2.0
Hooks3
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Labeled as

Index32:9
EU70G

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Fits

My shape: FOB, soft tissue, narrow frame

How to I love this bra? Let me count the ways!

I feel sorta bad, reading some of the other recent reviews of BM bras ordered by you guys; this is the first BM I've received of my order of four, and it fits like a dream. It's seriously perfect, even the straps! I'm not sure what is so different about this particular bra's straps compared to the other BM styles I have, but I don't have any need to move them narrower. It's amazing.
Plus, this bra is my favorite color. It's the brightest red. Soooo pretty. I love it so much!
Here's hoping the other three I ordered fit just as well! (Brownie, Apricot, and the new petrol blue one that I don't actually remember the name of)

Also, what are the little number tags that are sewn on the inside, near the wires? Does anyone know what they are for? All of my Ewa bras have tiny white tags with numbers on them, but they are all different. I wonder if it's the number of the seamstress who sewed that particular bra?

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  • 1

    IF it is the seamstress, number 9 is and 4 are very inconsistent. Cos those are my prevalent numbers and each bra with the same number is different.

  • Hmm, I will have to check my labels now. I thought it was a QA number.

  • I think it is seamstress...

  • 2

    Two of my recent duds have different numbers, but one of the numbers is repeated on my other BMs, but these are bras that were sent to me from MamaPagan so they might not be the same person. What's interesting is that that number made a bra that is normal and one that is more like a 70J with a 60K label on it.

  • Another theory is it is the order # within that day's work for the seamstress. So a 4 would be the 4th order the seamstress worked on that day. (Benefit of this would be the fatigue potential. If they notice all bra complaints come from orders above a certain #, they'd start to limit the max order workload per day to below that number knowing QC drops after it is reached.) Just a theory though!

  • glad to know it fit you well..as for the numbers, I'm not sure at all..all of mine except one have been duds...and I think they're all different numbers lol. It is something I have been curious about though

  • Did anyone ever ask for the #?


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