Bought this for cheap secondhand off eBay. It's a Juna clone, and I can see that based on construction, but it fits vastly different than my previous Juna did. Of course, it's a cup size larger too, and I'm thinking my previous Juna was a mutant 28FF, because all my measurements for it were significantly smaller than the rest of the 28FF Juna measurements on here.
I hear all the time Juna is a wide and shallow bra with tall cups, and frankly I beg to disagree, at least in the larger end of the size range. At 5.4" wide and 9.5" deep, I actually think ... this is an average width and fairly projected bra. There is no wrinkling at the bottom of the cup and the wires are in my IMF. The 5.4" width is okay, but I couldn't go any wider. Funny, when I first started my adventure for ABTF, 5.4" wide was the absolute minimum I would consider and now it's my maximum. Tissue migration? I'm thinking so.
This bra has obviously been worn, but is in good shape. I can tell the band has stretched with wear. It stretches to 29" and I can close it on the middle set of hooks, and could probably do the tightest but I won't yet unless I need to.
Cups seem filled nicely on my right size. There's quadding on my left side, especially right after I s&s - the lace lays flat there and it shouldn't, and it does not lay flat on my right side. My boobs settle shortly after s&s'ing, which leads me to believe it probably is slightly wide for me. It's very comfortable, soft material, which bodes well for other Juna owners - it doesn't seem to fall apart with time and wear. The watercolor print is pretty and youthful - it's definitely my most colorful and uniquely patterned bra.
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