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Bras » Cleo » Toni (5686) » 28FF 28:8

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Fits ribcage69.9
B. perimeter23.0
Stretched Band73.7
Band Length59.6
Cup width14.6
Cup depth23.4
Wire length22.9
Cup height14.0
Cup separation1.9
Gore height4.1
Wing height9.6
Strap width1.4

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  1. 1

    Used to fit

    The technical brand name for this is Cleo By Panache, whatever that means. Did Panache buy out Cleo? Did Cleo subcontract from Panache?

    Either way, I got this bra on a grab bag sale and while I was surprised that a Panache bra fit, I wouldn't have bought it full price. The band is stretchy: it fits tightly for now, but I can't help but feel that it would wear out quickly. The plunge wires are very low, to the point that they dug into the flesh just under my sternum. I didn't wear the bra for weeks because of this, but I just wore it all day today and it was fine. It's ok unless the bra shifts, allowing the wires to dig. Unfortunately, I can't figure out how to prevent this.

    Support-wise, it's fine. The polkadots are great. And it cost $12.50, that's a plus too.

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on May 25, 2011 Flag this

    • Actually Panache is the company which makes 4 brands:
      * Panache Superbra (which are regular Panache bras we know)
      * Cleo
      * Harlequin (which is also Masquerade in europe)
      * Atlantis

    • Thank you Jj. It's nice to have that info.

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  2. 0

    Didn't fit

    This bra fits me pretty much exactly like the Panache Ava plunge. In my opinion, it is just a padded version of Ava. The band is a little stiffer than Ava, so I'm wearing it with an extender, but the cups fit me the exact same. My shape is average to slight projection, even fullness, with tall, shallow roots. It does seem more cheaply made, and I don't really like the frilly part on top of the cup. I might just cut it off, as it doesn't lie flat. But I'm happy with it as it is a good fitting padded plunge for my shape and I got it for a pretty good price.

    Updated on Mar 31, 2018 Flag this

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