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Bras » Claudette » Sophia Icon Padded Bra (101001) » 30E 30:6

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Fits ribcage72.4
Stretched Band74.0
Band Length57.2
Cup width13.5
Cup depth20.7
Wire length25.0
Cup height13.9
Cup separation2.2
Gore height6.4
Wing height9.6
Strap width1.7
Hooks3

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  1. 5
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    Didn't fit

    This is the most bizarre bra I've ever tried on. I heard that the cups ran small, but holy cow! And I think the shape of the cups has gone well beyond shallow. I've truly never had so many fit issues with a bra before. The band was so tight that I could barely fasten it - in fact I was worried I would rip it in two just trying to put it on. The cups are very tall and shallow to the extreme, and I felt like I was quad-boobing up to my clavicles. The underwire was very wide (and I ... think it was pulled out of shape even wider as the band was so short), though I did like the height of the wings. The vast majority of my bras have underwires/wings that are far too short on me, but these tall wings/cups actually contained all the tissue I have up there. Oh gosh, and then the straps - I think both the front and back of the straps were essentially under my arms (hugely too far apart!). Such a strange bra! The aqua and navy is one of my favorite color combinations, so I was excited to see it in this bra. But with a fit this bad I'll be happy to send it back.
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      Oh Oh Oh !
      I need very tall and shallow cups ! This bra may be "bizarre" enought for me... I should try it.
      Thanks for this review.

    • Haha, I hope it works out for you! I did love the tall cups on this one though, and I've thought about retrying it in different sizes to see if I can make it work better for me!

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  2. 0
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    Didn't fit

    This bra is interesting. It's wide and shallow, which I feel is unusual in D+ cup sizes. The cups are tall, too. I'm narrow, projected, and short-rooted, so it was a big shape mismatch for me. I couldn't handle wearing it because I have too much immediate projection for it, so my boobs pushed the underwires away from my chest at the bottom and made the gore stab me. I think this bra would best fit a shallow, tall-rooted 28E/F.

    Seafoam colorway

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  3. 0
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    Didn't fit

    The bra is so pretty! I love the mint and navy combination. Although the band is so tiny!! I need like 1 full and 2 hooks from another extender coz the band is way too tight! is more for someone who wears 28 maybe even 26. The cups also are quite small. Bra looks like 28E. Beside that is very soft and makes nice shape like as a halcup.

    Seafom with navy colorway

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  4. 0
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    Didn't fit

    When I ordered this bra, I hoped very much that it would fit me well. After all, it was regarded a good bra for shallow breasts with wide roots. The bra itself is pretty enough. Unfortunately, it's for very shallow breasts with very wide roots.

    The band: It is comfortable. I can secure on the first set of hooks for the just right tightness (unlike the 30D & 30DD of the model I tried, whose bands may have been stretched out and hence needed to be hooked on the 2nd set of hooks). The 3 hooks per column is fantastic. The side boning is wonderful.

    The straps: Very wide. ... Feels as if it's cutting into my chest at times, though if I place it just where my pecs meet the shoulders, it feels comfortable enough since it actually pushes the migrated breast tissue toward the breast initially.

    Cups: The problem seems to lie with the cup design itself. The center gore at the bottom is too wide, the cups too wide as well, and the underwire too long.
    If the gore lies against my sternum, the underwires sit an inch beneath the bottom of my breasts and an inch beyond the side of my breasts. The underwire seems both too wide and long for my breasts, and the cup design on the side cuts into my arm pits so that I can't raise the cups. Worse yet, eventually, the bra cup design pushes some tissues around my armpits to my back rather than enclosing them within the rather wide cups themselves. Moreover, if I do try to make the underwire sit just beneath my breast tissue at the bottom, the center gore sits atop my breasts instead of the sternum. The center gore at the top of the bra itself might fit my dimensions, but the gore widens significantly at the bottom. YET, all at the same time, I get a very slight quad-boob effect at the top because the cups are wide but very shallow. When I lean over slightly (as you can see in the pictures), the quad boob effect becomes more pronounced.

    So, it's just not the right fit. Sadly.

    Lastly, although the bra is named a "padded bra," it's more like a spacer bra. There is actually no padding, just a foaminess to the cup.



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    Didn't fit