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Bras » Cleo » Chloe (6601) » 28GG 28:10

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Fits ribcage71.7
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band70.2
Band Length60.1
Cup width14.2
Cup depth27.8
Wire length28.2
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.0
Gore height8.3
Wing height10.4
Strap width2.5

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    Didn't fit

    This bra is super comfortable - no padding just a classic three section balcony cup.

    The 28GG is my go to size for Cleo - the band is a true size 28 and fits very comfortably and firmly without feeling tight. The cup size is a little bit generous right through the nipple/deepest part of the cup and I found that the 28GG was perfect for my bigger breast and a bit big on my smaller breast. The smaller breast has a small amount of wrinkling towards the armpit where the lace meets the floral fabric but because the lace is so very thin I don't think the extra ... fabric will show under clothing at all.

    The fitter suggested I try the 30G (I think she puts a few clients down a cup size for this bra) but I found that it cut in a bit in a bit along the top edge of the lace section and this was noticeably giving me quad boob on my bigger boob.

    I took my usual size happily because unless I wear a very very tight knit tee (which I wouldn't do because it would show the 3 piece cup seams too) the extra fabric puckers in one cup won't be noticeable.

    The print isn't my favourite - it's a bit young with a very pale off white "ballet" pink base covered in blue and hot pink flowers) but I thought the shape this bra gave me was lovely and naturally perky. It's a great basic balcony - the kind I'll reach for often in my drawer.

    A cute detail in the bra's center: two layers ribbon bow and a hot pink miniture button sewn down on top.

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