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Bras » Chantelle » Rive Gauche Full Coverage T-shirt (3286) » 75G 34:7

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Fits ribcage90.2
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band89.4
Band Length71.9
Cup width16.3
Cup depth25.4
Wire length28.7
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.3
Gore height7.9
Wing height8.6
Strap width1.5

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  1. 3

    Didn't fit

    This is a beautiful and very comfy feeling Chantelle bra. It is not even close to my size. But it was just too nice not to pick up so that I could offer it to someone who was trying to find one. It seems very supportive. The 3 hooks are very sturdy, as is the back mesh type material that speeches across your back. The cup is a very soft t-shirt material. I think this would work great under any clothes because there is no lace except on the side boning area and the gore. It is just enough lace that ... you feel sexy and pretty but not enough that your wardrobe is limited. The bow and the contrasting stitches along the length of the 100% fully adjustable straps are really cute.

    I would have really loved to find these in my size. I'm not sure that I can get that lucky, but hopefully I can help someone else who needs a nice bra at a good price. I found the exact same bra, same size, in a baby blue and I will be listing them both. They both look amazing and you really can't even tell if they've been worn or not. There is definitely no obvious wear and tear on them. I've got to get some bras that do fit me so I thought that it might help out to offer these for sale and then be able to use the money earned towards a well-fitting bra.

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    Updated on Dec 27, 2014 Flag this

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    • 2

      So sweet of you. :)

    • 3

      I tried one of these on at Nordstrom, as did my mom though hers was several cup sizes down from mine. :P This was the one that fit her the best and that she liked/felt comfortable with it on so she bought several. It simply didn't work for me, none of the t-shirt styles that were in the store worked for me but after finding a sales associate to ask about where their panache styles were (only to find out that some Nordstrom locations including that one weren't carrying the brand in store) she pulled out of the stock room a few unlined Chantelle styles in the sizing range I needed but didn't find on the rack. Even though the 3-part cup Rive Gauche is very full coverage it's become one of my favorite bras in terms of the shape and support it gives. (And I don't give a fig about my nipples not being hidden when I wear it either!)

    • 3

      valentine556 Yay for nipples! I don't get it. Boobs have nipples. Sometimes they show. So what? Trying to hide your nipples when your boobs are right there, on display in your lovely, well-fitting bra, is just plain weird as far as I'm concerned. But then, I am fond of holding contrary opinions. *smile*

    • Just wear pasties. :)

    • 1

      Just kidding

    • 2

      Just be proud of what you have!

    • 3

      Ha ha ha! The nipple conversation is cracking me up! A friend of mine had to have a breast reduction many years ago due to major back problems. Her one aesthetic request of the doctor was an incision that apparently does something to the nerves to give you permanently erect nipples. To each his/her own, lol. I don't care so much about whether any detail on the bra is showing through the fabric of the shirt for the same reason. If they can see it they just know you probably have a pretty bra on. :D

    • 2

      My mom and aunt have an odd fixation on "nipples should be hidden not seen" thing - to them, a bra does two things - supports the breast and hides the nipples. When t-shirt bras first came along they were thrilled (yeah, it was back in the days where suddenly push-up bras weren't the only bra with padding - early 90's for the majority of areas!) since they didn't see a need for the padded push-up in their own bra wearing and evidently learned from very young that nipples were for babies and definitely a cause for embarrassment if seen. I actually only own the few t-shirt bras I have so I have a bra to wear whenever I will be spending time with either or both of them. My half-padded and padded bras are less about needing larger boobies that I can use as a chin-rest or shelf and more because the set(s) are cute.

    • 1

      valentine556 my mom used to wear bandaids over her nipples even in a bathing suit lol. She was quick to point out if someone's "headlights" or "brown eyes" were "shining" constantly. I can't tell you the number of times I heard those phrases growing up. I guess the fear of nipples isnt hereditary lol.

    • 1


      Ok, I may be going to hell officially, because I didn't think of nipples when I read "Brown eyes". :P

    • 1

      Brown eyes? Bring on Van Morrison!

    • 1

      Lol, that's what she called them! I assume hers were brown but I tried not to look lol. :D

    • tkolady77

      Turn it into a singular eye instead of eyes, and then I start picturing beams of light coming from people's behinds! (Brown eyes shining...) Yes, a beam of light not unlike the light from police helicopters when they're looking for a fugitive on the ground...;) Yes, I'm probably going to hell for the mental images of that one. :P

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    Hasn't set fit

    Didn't write a review

    Added on May 26, 2015