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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band85.0
Band Length67.7
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width16.3
Cup depth32.2
Depth ratio2.0
Wire length29.0
Cup height19.4
Cup separation2.1
Gore height9.0
Wing height9.5
Strap width2.2
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I love the quality and consistency of Nessa’s bras! 🩷

This bra is just as great as all of the other Nessa’s I’ve owned and loved. I had purchased this 75J - Nessa » Juliette Soft because Brastop had it on sale for super cheap, but the band was too big and the cups were also too big. I sized down a band and a cup but it’s still slightly too roomy in the cup, so I think I might need more compression and a shorter cup. I think I’m going to try a 70I next time I order a bra from (because let’s face it, I will probably literally put an order in right after I post this haha).

The band on this 70J Miya is almost as stretchy as the band on the 75J Juliette, so it’s super stretchy (either that or the Juliette is snug for a 75). Love the colors on the Miya, it reminds me of a peacock for some reason. This is a very projected bra, so if you’re someone who needs that, check Nessa out. Also, the wires are wider than most Polish bras I’ve tried, so if you’re someone who needs lots of projection AND wider wires, definitely give this brand a try.

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  • 1

    Yup, I would try 70I. This looks like a close fit though.

  • 1

    Loxus thank you! I have a 70I and a 65J on order. The 65J will probably be too tight in the band, but it’s a style that I’ve owned before and really wanted to buy again, so I’ll deal with an extender lol. Fingers crossed!

  • "Also, the wires are wider than most Polish bras I’ve tried, so if you’re someone who needs lots of projection AND wider wires, definitely give this brand a try."

    Interesting, I never noticed that Nessa has wider wires. Love their bras!

    This one's really pretty.

  • 1

    Thank you! Yeah, that’s just a personal observation. I don’t know/think ALL Nessa bras have wider wires than other Polish brands, but so far IME, they do. The wire width on this bra is quite wide, wider than my Ewa Michalak bras and pretty close to the Matilda bra I have (I think…based on memory, not the actual measurements.)

    Hey, by the way, you have a few Gorsenia bras, correct? How would you say they compare to Nessa bras and do you know how the sizing works? IIRC, I feel like folks on Reddit said they run a cup size large…so if I wore a Nessa 70I, would I want a 70H Gorsenia?

  • pretty_promise okay, sorry. I just noticed that you responded to this (sometimes I'm not paying attn to my notifications on the bratabase).

    re: Gorsenia.

    Everywhere I've read "Gorsenia runs 1-2 cup sizes large" I wear 70I in Gorsenia soft bras. I find 70I is very consistent with Gorsenia.

    70J is my correct Nessa size in Nessa soft balconette bras.

    I measure abt 32G or 32GG UK, 103 cm bust and 77cm underbust.

  • *sometime my measurements vary from day-to-day.

  • pretty_promise, I'll send you a message!!

  • Here's the Gorsenia button from r/Polishbras; I try to keep this up to date, but I can't guarantee all of the stores are

  • Loxus just curious what you think about how this bra looks compared to the 70I Nessa Lea? Earlier when I shared this one you had suggested a 70I, but I’m wondering what your thoughts are now that a comparison can be made. Another user said that the “satin-y” Nessa bras run smaller.

  • Now that you mention it I think it’s a good size. Looking closer though I think it’s just too narrow because of the bulging above the wire which I believe is breast tissue. If you manually widen the wires I think it’ll fit much better in the cup and encompass the breast tissue in the side. That’s just what I’m observing though.

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