Fit: Definitely fits better and is designed for smaller breasts. From 70F (and sister sizes) the cut changes and becomes quite shallow and rather tall on the sides - in smaller cups it shines, though. Change plunges in smaller cups have a low side wing, wide underwires, and for Camille also a rather closed top. There is a version of the plunge that has an overall shallower, rounder and more open on top shape, but Camille and most plunges have a more forward and then closed on top shape. Really great if your breasts have a somewhat conical shape, or if your breasts have width but not much ... top fullness. With the pads in the cups fit small, without the pads a little bit large in cup, for some people it's possible to size down without pads. Multiway straps can be used to add additional oomph by wearing them crossed in the back or as halterneck.
Construction: Classic three piece plunge shape. Lightly padded with push up pads (size and thickness varies with bra size). There is no side boning, and the side seam is only used on the inner side of the two layer band - the outer is a smooth matte fabric, the inside is powermesh. Two hook closure with narrow spacing (wide in larger sizes). Multiway straps that are partially removable and can be used as cross back or halterneck.
Appearance: Camille plunge is a simple everyday bra in the continuity Basic collection. It comes in uniform white, black, or taupe. The only decorations are an elasticated semi-abstract stretch lace trim along the entire lower edge of the band and a minimalist bow in matching color at the center gore. The straps have a very subdued woven pattern resembling the trim along the lower edge.
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