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Bra » Panache » Cari Moulded Spacer Bra (7961) » 28F » Bras » Owner

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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band64.0
Band Length58.0
Stretch ratio1.1
Cup width13.5
Cup depth21.5
Depth ratio1.6
Wire length23.0
Cup height16.0
Cup separation2.0
Gore height6.5
Wing height9.0
Strap width1.5
Hooks2
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Index28:7
UK28F

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Fits

For reference, I am projected, FOB, center full, narrow roots, and petite (4'11"). This was the first bra I kept when I started my ABTF journey, so it holds a special place in my heart despite a couple fit issues.

The band is quite tight for a 28 bra (64cm/25in stretched), but it seems to have loosened up a bit with some wear. I was wearing 34D bras previously, so that could also be why I felt the band was extremely tight in the beginning. The wires are a little too wide for me, so I feel like they flatten my breast tissue out towards my armpits and give me a minimizing look rather than pulling my tissue forward and up like my Comexim bras (which I prefer more). The wires are very firm, and the gore tacks. The cups are quite high on the sides and cut into my armpits badly. Besides that, it's a great choice for a spacer bra that provides good projection.

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  • 1

    I've thought about getting this bra quite a few times. It looks good on you! Too bad it cuts into your armpit so badly.

  • 1

    This is actually a decent fit on me as well, as center full, narrow and shirt roots. I'm typically a 34E but the band on this is very firm, so a 36DD is my best fit.

  • Wilderness1 Thank you! I do think it's a great bra despite the cup height digging into my arms. I think that's just something I'll have to get used to in a bra that isn't modified for my frame.


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