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Bras » Curvy Kate » Eden Balcony Bra (CK2001) » 30FF 30:8

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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band77.9
Band Length61.3
Cup width14.1
Cup depth27.4
Wire length24.3
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.9
Gore height7.3
Wing height8.6
Strap width1.7

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    Didn't fit

    Curvy Kate, you don't know how to bra.

    I currently have the 30G and the 30FF in my possession, both NWT. The 30G was just a wee bit too big in the cup, so I listed it and ordered the 30FF.

    The 30FF... was also a wee bit too big in the cup.

    So, measuring time. I re-measured both bras, just to make sure I wasn't going crazy.

    The 30G is 0.5 cm wider but 0.5 cm shallower than the 30FF. And the 30G has a band that is about 3 cm longer than the 30FF when unstretched. (I didn't take stretched measurements.)

    In other words, they pretty much have the ... same exact volume, in a different shape, on different length bands.


    I like the appearance and fabric of this bra, but I'm not going to spend hours of my life trying to work the math and trudging back and forth to the post office, abusing my Amazon Prime account, in the hopes of hitting on something approximating 14 cm wide by 26.5 cm deep. It ain't worth it.

    (ETA: Sorry, I tried to submit photo proof of the wonky size/scale issues, but Bratabase ate my photos three times, and I gave up.)

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    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on Nov 09, 2014 Flag this

    • I've been wondering if we need to be sending our feedback to the manufacturers rather than just venting here when we see this kind of crazy stuff. Like my bra where the wires go past my arm pit. who has boobs that go past the outside of their arm pits?

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      I agree, and I did at least post this same info to Amazon, where CK is marginally more likely to see it. I'm not a big CK customer, because they traditionally make wide/shallow bras, and I'm very narrow/projected (slave to the Ewa S cut!), but I applaud this attempt at offering a variety of shapes and want CK to do it RIGHT. I just may write them directly.

    • I am big fan of ck and so far ck gave best fits on me but I can tell since this year CK's cup design way to different.

    • Weird! I went to their website to see if they had a new lead designer who might have different ideas about fit, but I couldn't tell. All I can say is, it's one thing to add more variety to bring in new customers. It's another thing entirely to alienate the customers you already have!

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