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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band88.9
Band Length74.0
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width17.6
Cup depth37.0
Depth ratio2.1
Wire length35.6
Cup height23.0
Cup separation2.1
Gore height10.0
Wing height12.8
Strap width2.8
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This bra is literally perfection, I love it so much!
I already reviewed the 80JJ - Kris Line » Veronica Soft (L1103), but I’d like to review the actual construction of the bra more in-depth here.

First though I just wanted to note that the 80K doesn’t tack on the gore still, but the cups are an inch deeper than the 80JJ, which is better. Unfortunately, I’ve recently read that Kris Line gores are manufactured to tack softly, and I’m not sure if that’s entirely true but in my case it seems like I still can’t get a hard tack, so the cups are either still not deep enough or what I read is true. Either way, I’m unable to get this in an 80KK at this point, so I’ll be sticking with this one and dealing with the minor fit issues. I’m afraid if I were to go larger it might get baggy and the straps would be too wide. But I digress...

Okay, on to the construction! This is a strappy bra that is adjustable in a couple of ways. The middle strap has 3 different loops it can be connected to, which means the “T” part of the strap is adjustable. (I’m not sure if that’s common for strappy bras or if just the sides are adjustable?) The straps connect on the bra straps in 2 locations on each strap, and can be used with one strap going across from one side to the other, or with two straps connected to one side and twisted/looped back in the middle — I added a couple of pictures to show how the straps work.

The bra is constructed as a side support bra. The cups are constructed with a vertical piece of elastic that is on the side of the bra. Unfortunately, this part of the construction is one of the fit issues I’m encountering because the elastic puckers when I raise my arms, which tells me it’s too small. Also, when this happens, there is bulging of breast tissue in either side of the elastic. Totally not flattering, but honestly who is even going to see it anyway besides myself?

The cups are lined with nude colored mesh on the inside. It is not itchy, but it also doesn’t stretch as well as other mesh I’ve encountered on other Kris Line bras. The outside mesh/lace has a floral pattern. Really cute!

The band is snug, which is great because and 80 band in Kris Line is typically too stretchy for me. It’s a very firm band, which I like. Very comfortable.

The bra straps are thick and well-constructed. The only issue I’ve found with the straps is that the part that adjusts is too tight, so I had difficulty adjusting the straps to be tighter. I could probably adjust another inch on each side because they are still too loose.

Overall, this is a really pretty bra, and it seems very comfortable. I adore the decorative straps. Like I said, hopefully I’ll be able to deal with the minor fit issues since I can’t get this in another size up (being a limited release and all). Excited for this to be my first strappy bra in my collection!

Updated on May 03, 2021 Flag this

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