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Bras » Cleo » Riley Moulded Shirt Bra (9141) » 30H 30:11

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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band73.7
Band Length61.0
Cup width15.2
Cup depth26.7
Wire length27.9
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.0
Gore height7.6
Wing height10.2
Strap width1.5

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    Didn't fit

    EDIT: I found out that the bizarre shape was from the back being too tight and warping the cups (didn't know this could happen!). I popped on an extender and it's much better! It's still probably 3/4 to a full cup size small, but since I've lost weight The cups almost fit. I think I'm probably between a 30GG-30H in most bras now, but I would probably fit into a 32GG or 32H in this style. I waited too long to return it so I'll just keep wearing it with an extender. Even not quite fitting right it's very comfy, I imagine it would be amazing if wearing ... the exact right size.

    This bra is easily a cup size too small to be a 30H, maybe even 2. It gives me severe quadding at the top. The band is a little bit tight also, but I'm not sure if it's tight enough that I could go up a band size. I think part of the problem also might be the shape, because it's very closed on top and the apex of the cup is almost a little pointed and if the bra is loose anywhere it's right there. It also flattens out the middle of my chest and pulls everything towards the outside of my torso. I'd say my shape is between full on top and well rounded. The material is really soft and I like the construction of it, it seems like it would be really comfortable if it fit at all. It's super cute and I wish it fit, but I'm going to try and return it.

    I think if you're full on bottom, wide-set and have more of a conical breast shape this bra would work really well, but the sizing seems very off regardless of shape.

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