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Bra » Cleo » Maddie Moulded T-shirt Bra (7201) » 34F » Bras » Owner

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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band86.4
Band Length68.6
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width14.3
Cup depth24.1
Depth ratio1.7
Wire length27.0
Cup height16.5
Cup separation1.9
Gore height7.6
Wing height8.9
Strap width1.6
Hooks2
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Labeled as

Index34:7
EU75G
US34G
FR90F
AUS12F
UK34F

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I have a 33" snug underbust, so sometimes prefer a 32 and sometimes a 34. I wasn't able to finf a 32FF in this bra, but I'm happy with the 34F. It fits well. The band is quite firm which allows the 34 to work for me.

Most excitingly, this is the best T-shirt bra I have found for my breast shape. While most T-shirt bras do not have enough projection at the wire, the Cleo Maddie actually does. In fact, it has a beautiful shape that complements my body nicely. I expected the lace at the top of the cup to show through shirts, but it doesn't seem to. I think the lace hides under shirts better than a smooth cup because there is a softer transition between bra and breast. Having said that, molded cups do not move with the body as well as sewed cups do. This bra is no exception to that, so it does gape a little when I move my arms around. That doesn't bother me, but it may bother someone else. I think this is exasperated by the wide set of the straps. If I let them go straight up, they would sit over my armpit. However, I haven't had any trouble pulling them into the correct place on my shoulder. The straps are pretty firm elastic, so they stay where you put them. The only downside is this makes the gaping where the strap meets the cup a little worse.

Anyway, I'm happy to have found this bra. I haven't had it long enough to know how it holds up over time, but it seems to be built well.

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Updated on Apr 13, 2019 Flag this


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