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Bras » Comexim » Rose Half Cup » 70FF 32:#

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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band80.3
Band Length58.4
Cup width14.0
Cup depth23.1
Wire length23.1
Cup height16.3
Cup separation0.8
Gore height7.1
Wing height9.9
Strap width1.5

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    Didn't fit

    Cups too big. I picked this sized based on bratabase measurements, sizing up 2-3 cup sizes. Band is pretty snug for a 32. Think I could do with a cup size smaller/ band size up, 2 cup sizes down. I like the plunge shape better so trying a different size in that one. I am usu a 32dd/ddd for reference.

    Updated on Jan 24, 2018 Flag this

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      I think it looks really good on you! But pretty much everyone wears a different EU size than they wear in UK sizes. Typically, not at all the time, EU increases their cup sizes by 2centimeters and UK increases cup sizes via 1". 1" = 2.54 centimeters. So as you can see, a big difference. It typically doesn't matter in cup sizees A-DD but after that point you end up buying several sizes larger. Comexim runs smaller in general though and has smaller increments between sizes. I usually wear a 28D, 30D in UK and then wear a (28) 60E/F in Comexim (I can fit bigger, but do not like how they fit). Another user I've bought a bunch of bras off of typically wears a UK 30E and mostly buys (30) 65G/GG/H in Comexim. I definitely recommend sticking with following bratabase recommendations with comexim and tweaking size from there.
      I also wanted to let you know that U.S. sizes are not standardized, you may want to use UK sizes when talking about the sizes you typically wear. Instead of saying 32DDD you would say 32E. Because 32DDD could mean various sizes to various people because of how crazy US sizing is. Some people think a 32DDD is the equivalent of a 32F when it's the equivalent to a UK 32E. Or you can use your index size 32:5 or 32:6. Just some food for thought!

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