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Rose (B1005)

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28

65B

28:2

1 bra

65C

28:3

1 bra

65D

28:4

1 bra

65E

28:5

0 bras

65F

28:6

0 bras

30

70A

30:1

1 bra

70B

30:2

0 bras

70C

30:3

0 bras

70D

30:4

1 bra

70E

30:5

0 bras

70F

30:6

0 bras

32

75A

32:1

1 bra

75B

32:2

0 bras

75C

32:3

0 bras

75D

32:4

0 bras

75E

32:5

0 bras

75F

32:6

0 bras

34

80A

34:1

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80B

34:2

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80C

34:3

0 bras

80D

34:4

0 bras

80E

34:5

0 bras

80F

34:6

0 bras

36

85A

36:1

0 bras

85B

36:2

0 bras

85C

36:3

0 bras

85D

36:4

0 bras

85E

36:5

0 bras

  1. 65 B-F ... (28 :2-:6)
  2. 70 A-F ... (30 :1-:6)
  3. 75 A-F ... (32 :1-:6)
  4. 80 A-F ... (34 :1-:6)
  5. 85 A-E ... (36 :1-:5)

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  1. 2
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    65D

    Didn't fit

    I am a true 30D with shallow, close-set cups and fairly even but pointy fullness. I got this bra used off r/braswap with the lace already having quite a bit of fraying but otherwise the bra seemed unstretched and in good shape. The lining is odd: non-stretch silk without any darting, just a big pleat at the base of the cup and then floating around loose, which makes it a pain to shape smoothly after washing. The style is a half-cup, so if you have high or large nipples they will probably peek out. While the lace doesn't lay flat on its own, it ... will flatten fairly invisibly under even most tissue thin knits. There are stays in the wings for support and all in all, outside of the peculiar lining, it is constructed very well.

    As for fit, the band is fine but the cups are too narrow for me (and unusually narrow for 65D cups at 4.25"), but with swoop and scoop I can fill the cup and because I am not full on the sides the positioning on the tissue isn't physically uncomfortable, it just isn't ideal. These are definitely better for someone with a narrower root.

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    Updated on Dec 10, 2015 Flag this


    • Oh, wow, another narrow brand for me to try! Thanks for reviewing! :)

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    65C

    Fits

    I ordered a 65B and was sent one of those, a 65C, a 70A, and a 75A through Ampere's Home Try-On program. Also note that you can probably request a slightly tweaked range of sizes - for my first order with Ampere, I asked for bands only equivalent to a 28-30 (because my rib cage measurement is roughly 26 inches, and they don't carry 26 bands), and they acquiesced. (That time, they sent a 65B, 65C, 65D, and 70B, if you're curious about which sizes they pick together.) For this order, I didn't bother, since I already knew 65B or 65C would be a good bet for me ... in this brand. It's also a good idea to note that Ampere's 65C is not a European 65, it's actually equivalent to a 28C/60C.

    I ended up keeping the 65B in Ampere's Gramercy, but I think I may actually keep the 65C for the Rose. I have trouble with the shapes for both - I'm just somewhere in between 65B/65C because the cups are either too narrow, or there's more gapping than is ideal. For the Rose in 65C... there's definitely plenty of gapping on me. It's not bad, though. It still gives me a good shape and looks fine under clothes. At the very least, I can have the Gramercy 65B for when I want something a little more cleavage-y and the Rose 65C for when I don't care so much and just want comfort. The very top of the gore doesn't quite tack, but it's basically in the right spot, the underwires are pretty much right, and I like the fit of the band and shoulder straps.

    The bra itself is lovely-looking. I like the pale pink; it's fairly neutral despite not being close to my skin tone. The silk lining is nice and the floral and leafy lace overlay on the cups is pretty. The construction, as with my other Ampere bras, is good, and the materials feel nice (I don't find the lace itchy or anything). The lace texture will likely show under some shirts, but surprisingly, I'm not having much of an issue with most of mine. The cups have a vertical seam and just a light lining, no bulky padding. The bra comes up fairly high under the arm.

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    Quality
    Excellent!
    Comfort
    Excellent!
    Bra appearance
    Excellent!

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    65B

    Didn't fit

    I ordered a 65B and was sent one of those, a 65C, a 70A, and a 75A through Ampere's Home Try-On program. Also note that you can probably request a slightly tweaked range of sizes - for my first order with Ampere, I asked for bands only equivalent to a 28-30 (because my rib cage measurement is roughly 26 inches, and they don't carry 26 bands), and they acquiesced. (That time, they sent a 65B, 65C, 65D, and 70B, if you're curious about which sizes they pick together.) For this order, I didn't bother, since I already knew 65B or 65C would be a good bet for me ... in this brand. It's also a good idea to note that Ampere's 65B is not a European 65, it's actually equivalent to a 28B/60B.

    I ended up keeping the 65B in Ampere's Gramercy, but I think I may actually keep the 65C for the Rose. I have trouble with the shapes for both - I'm just somewhere in between 65B/65C because the cups are either too narrow, or there's more gapping than is ideal. With the Rose, I feel like the wires cut off more and are even narrower, while the Gramercy juuust about sat on the edge of the wrong spot. The rest fits alright.

    The bra itself is lovely-looking. I like the pale pink; it's fairly neutral despite not being close to my skin tone. The silk lining is nice and the floral and leafy lace overlay on the cups is pretty. The construction, as with my other Ampere bras, is good, and the materials feel nice (I don't find the lace itchy or anything). The lace texture will likely show under some shirts, but surprisingly, I'm not having much of an issue with most of mine. The cups have a vertical seam and just a light lining, no bulky padding. The bra comes up fairly high under the arm.

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    Pale pink colorway

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on May 07, 2015 Flag this

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    2. Fit information
    3. Other bras that fit her
    Quality
    Excellent!
    Comfort
    Excellent!
    Bra appearance
    Excellent!

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    70A

    Didn't fit

    I ordered a 65B and was sent one of those, a 65C, a 70A, and a 75A through Ampere's Home Try-On program. Also note that you can probably request a slightly tweaked range of sizes - for my first order with Ampere, I asked for bands only equivalent to a 28-30 (because my rib cage measurement is roughly 26 inches, and they don't carry 26 bands), and they acquiesced. (That time, they sent a 65B, 65C, 65D, and 70B, if you're curious about which sizes they pick together.) For this order, I didn't bother, since I already knew 65B or 65C would be a good bet for me ... in this brand. It's also a good idea to note that Ampere's 70A is not a European 70, it's actually equivalent to a 30A/65A.

    The 70A doesn't resemble a hula hoop around my rib cage quite as much as the 75A did... but it's still too big. It definitely rides up in the back, and it won't stay up turned around and strapless if I move my arms around. I don't begrudge it, since it's quite a bit bigger than my underbust size, and thus is probably better for people closer to a 30 band

    The bra itself is lovely-looking. I like the pale pink; it's fairly neutral despite not being close to my skin tone. The silk lining is nice and the floral and leafy lace overlay on the cups is pretty. The construction, as with my other Ampere bras, is good, and the materials feel nice (I don't find the lace itchy or anything). The lace texture will likely show under some shirts, but surprisingly, I'm not having much of an issue with most of mine. The cups have a vertical seam and just a light lining, no bulky padding. The bra comes up fairly high under the arm.

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    Pale pink colorway

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on Apr 30, 2015 Flag this

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    2. Fit information
    3. Other bras that fit her
    Quality
    Excellent!
    Comfort
    Excellent!
    Bra appearance
    Excellent!

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    75A

    Didn't fit

    I ordered a 65B and was sent one of those, a 65C, a 70A, and a 75A through Ampere's Home Try-On program. Also note that you can probably request a slightly tweaked range of sizes - for my first order with Ampere, I asked for bands only equivalent to a 28-30 (because my rib cage measurement is roughly 26 inches, and they don't carry 26 bands), and they acquiesced. (That time, they sent a 65B, 65C, 65D, and 70B, if you're curious about which sizes they pick together.) For this order, I didn't bother, since I already knew 65B or 65C would be a good bet for me ... in this brand. It's also a good idea to note that Ampere's 75A is not a European 75, it's actually equivalent to a 32A/70A.

    As I expected, the 75A's band is comically large on me, so this particular bra just wasn't going to fit!

    The bra itself is lovely-looking. I like the pale pink; it's fairly neutral despite not being close to my skin tone. The silk lining is nice and the floral and leafy lace overlay on the cups is pretty. The construction, as with my other Ampere bras, is good, and the materials feel nice (I don't find the lace itchy or anything). The lace texture will likely show under some shirts, but surprisingly, I'm not having much of an issue with most of mine. The cups have a vertical seam and just a light lining, no bulky padding. The bra comes up fairly high under the arm.

    Read more
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    Pale pink colorway

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on Apr 30, 2015 Flag this

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    2. Fit information
    3. Other bras that fit her
    Quality
    Excellent!
    Comfort
    Excellent!
    Bra appearance
    Excellent!

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    70D

    Hasn't set fit

    Didn't write a review

    This bra is not owned any more

    Added on Jan 03, 2017