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Bras » Cleo » Juna Balconnet Bra (6461) » 34H 34:11

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Fits ribcage87.7
B. perimeter36.4
Stretched Band90.8
Band Length71.1
Cup width16.4
Cup depth32.1
Wire length35.4
Cup height20.0
Cup separation1.9
Gore height10.3
Wing height11.1
Strap width1.8
Hooks2

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    Didn't fit

    I initially tried on and purchased the Cleo Juna in 36GG, but came to find the band loose and cup small. When I found the 34H and 36H on sale on Amazon a few weeks later, I bought them both to try and ended up keeping each one for different reasons.

    This one, the 34H, fit the best in the band out of any of the Junas I had tried. It was firm, comfortable, and held my underwires in place. Unfortunately, the cups were still too small.

    Overall the material of this bra is awesome, soft, comfortable, and the straps are nice and thin. The nude/beige was really close to ... my skin tone and the vertical seaming on the cups gave an excellently lifted round shape, so this was basically the bra I wish I could have surgically attached (with the exception of the quad boob from the slightly-too-small cups).

    In this cup size, the Juna has great immediate lower volume AND is open at the top of the cup (The first letter of its name is basically the shape it has in profile: J), so women with an equally full shape in the upper and lower breast, or women who are mostly even but slightly fuller on top, will do really well in this bra.

    The lace on the cups is designed to be floppy (if it lays flat against your boob then the size is to small!) which can show under thin, clingy knit tops if it gets bunched up. But for the most part I've found this bra to have no show through whatsoever despite being seamed and lined/lightly padded.

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    Didn't fit

    The Juna: One of the most comfortable bras I have ever tried on.
    I really love it. The materials are so soft, the straps are perfect, the gore tacks and even though it is a great everyday bra, it isn't ugly. Incredibly comfortable.

    Sadly, though, I am a 30HH now and the 34H is way too big for me.

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    Didn't fit

    Simply didn't fit - too big.

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    Updated on Sep 10, 2014 Flag this


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    Didn't fit

    Pretty comfy for not quite fitting right. The wires are a little too wide and tall for me.

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    Updated on Jul 19, 2014 Flag this


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    Didn't fit

    The band on this is stretchier than I'd prefer, but doesn't ride up yet. When I first exchanged the 32H for this 34H, I thought it was pretty good, with minor armpit pokey-ness from the wires, but I needed a nude bra so I kelt it. After wearing it, the poking has gone away and I've been plagued with straps trying to cut my arms off. I'll get around to moving them closer in eventually. The shape is nice, but I'd like narrower wires. For a nude bra its pretty good if you can nail the fit down.

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    Updated on Mar 16, 2014 Flag this


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    Didn't fit

    Of all the bras I have that do not fit, this is probably the most comfortable.

    It is too big, but it is the same kind of too big all over, if that makes sense. That is, the band is loose, I have a smidge of room in the sides (e.g., I could go to a slightly narrower cup *or* keep this width comfortably), and I have a small but noticeable amount of wrinkling in top and bottom.

    I've ordered it in a 32H and am hopeful that it will be a good fit.

    Updated on Jul 16, 2013 Flag this


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    Used to fit

    I received this bra from uptight on 5/23/2013. The first thing I noticed about the bra was how soft the cups are. This band has a bit of stretch to it, measuring anywhere from 36" (super break the tape measurement), to 38" (loose measurement.) However, this is wonderful for me. The band is supportive, but not tight or uncomfortable.

    The fabric at the top of the cup does not lay flat, but as I've heard, it's not supposed to lay flat.

    I also love that this bra does not show through my thin clothing.

    I feel very lifted. This bra gives a rounded shape. Underwires are wide, but manage not to irritate my hidradenitis suppurativa, which is always going to be a plus.

    If anything I would have liked closer set straps, but they do not irritate my arms.

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    Updated on May 23, 2013 Flag this


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    Added on Jun 21, 2014



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    Didn't fit

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    Added on Nov 09, 2012



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    Hasn't set fit

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    Added on Jun 25, 2016



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