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Bras » Cleo » Breeze Longline Padded Balconnet (9025) » 32D 32:4

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Fits ribcage76.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band83.1
Band Length66.7
Cup width12.5
Cup depth20.6
Wire length21.0
Cup height13.5
Cup separation2.4
Gore height13.5
Wing height13.4
Strap width1.3

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    Didn't fit

    It's beautiful and I'm really dissapointed it doesn't fit me. I thought it would fit the same way as Cleo Minnie Longline Padded Balconnet Bra (7435) but it doesn't. At first I ordered it in my usual 30E but it had too big cups for me and also band was little bit tighter. So I tried 32D. But this doesn't fit me either. It still has too open cups for me (I would never believe I say something like that due to my tall roots) but they are also too small and the central gore doesn't tack my sternum. Cups are definitely more open on tops than Minnie's cups.
    I still have this beauty at home and I would like to sell it, so if somebody is interested in Breeze in 32D, just let me know. It's new without tags.

    Floral Print colorway

    Updated on Aug 21, 2016 Flag this

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    • I love the breeze too. But as you I need at least something like FF cups in it. It is so difficult to get in those sizes and they are quite expensive on ebay. *sigh*

    • How does the band fit?

    • Which one do you mean?
      I have a 30E Minnie which fits quite okay.
      The band is quite tight.
      I dont know about Breeze except that it costs 60$ on ebay.
      I'd probably exchange Minnie for your Breeze. My sister wears 30DD. It could probably fit her.

    • Of course it only costs 60$ in sizes bigger than E.😑

    • Just saw someone listing it size 34E.
      Perhaps this will fit you.☺

    • Prettyncharmeuse It's 65 cm long, it could be firmer but definitely wearable for my 73 cm underbust.

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