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Florence Balcony Bra (CK8001)

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  1. 6
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    30F

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    • 1

      I bought the CK jewel because of you.... And I might buy this bra because of you.
      How does this bra compare to the jewel?

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      For some reason I can't edit my post. How does this bra compare to the jewel? It reminds me so much of Cleo Marcie (that's one of the reasons I want it)

    • Prettyncharmeuse Jewel is a beauty, I can't blame you for that! It was lcl0706 fault I got mine in the first place hahaha Florence is very similar to Jewel. I'm juxtaposing both bras in 30F right now and I would say they look pretty much the same, except that Florence's vertical seam is a little inner applied comparing to Jewel...and Jewel is a tiny bit less deep than Florence...other than that absolute clones!!!
      I also own a Marcie in 28F and you're right, they are suuuuper similar in terms of construction...in comparison, I'd say the only visible difference is the fact that Marcie as it's straps moved in about 2,5-3cm

    • 1

      I'm trying to figure it what size I would need. The jewel is 30D, but it's too small (although I could probably get away with wearing it). My Marcie in 30DD fits perfectly, but in my princess bras I need 30D.

    • Prettyncharmeuse how small?

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      myfashioninsider probably one cup size. I think I could do a 30dd or possibly a 28e.

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      I keep eyeballing this one on Amazon since it's available in a nude-ish color. If it's similar to Jewel it's probably worth a shot for me

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      Prettyncharmeuse if you have the chance, I think you could try 30E as well, since Marcie runs deeper than these CKs :)

    • lcl0706 you should! Florence even has a little bit more of apex projection :)

    • 1

      What a wonderfull bra. I love the shape and look of this bra. I would hope that it would fit me as a 38c

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  2. 5
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    30F

    Fits

    I was really torn with this bra. It was one that I'd been really excited about finally getting. I loved the pale blue with yellow contrast details. After some deliberating, I opted to send it back.

    About my boobs...shortish, narrow roots with soft and malleable pendulous tissue that are even to full on bottom and center full. I need depth and projection at the wire, but not necessarily the apex.


    On to the bra...the band was very snug. I'm kind of not surprised because it's noted on Amazon that it runs small in this style and also because my Ellace also has a snug band for a 30. ... I'm ok with that though I would need an extender for a while. I'm not sure if a 32 would be better or too loose. It would probably have relaxed a bit more once a bit of wear and washing. All my pics are sans extender...just as I tried it on out of the package.

    Like the Ellace, it seems like the band has a bit of uneven tension, where it's looser at the top than the bottom, which is great for v shaped chests (rib cages) but I'm guessing that I don't have one based on how it fits. If it was even, the upper part of band would flex the wires back enough to make the fabric taut. My lack of side tissue from being center full is not helping the side cup wrinkles. Normally I would not consider this a deal breaker. It's not visible under shirts.

    Because I have soft tissue, I have a problem with tissue spilling over the seams when the fabrics change between the double mesh cups to lace. This causes what looks a bit like in cup quadding. I think that also the cup height (mesh portion) is a contributing factor to the problem. Again, not a huge issue, especially as this is something that I can expect from a lot of styles that are not vertical seams, same material on top of the cup as well as bottom, or molded cups. It's typically also not visible under most tops. So not super pretty but also not deal breaker.

    The cups had a bit of gapping/wrinkling at the top, especially once the extender was added, even though it didn't really look like it did. Again, not a huge deal breaker because I have a bit of gapping with the Marcie.

    The shape is great with the immediate depth and handled my pendulous projection. It was not too deep at the apex. I do love how soft and light it is. It's hard to believe that it's as supportive as it is.

    What I think was the issue is that I felt that I preferred my Ellace and Marcie more than this one, and wanted to redirect the refund from this to another Marcie or Ellace, Cleo Mimi, or Ewa/Comexim. It really was a very hard decision to return because I really did love the powder blue and yellow accents, but I also felt that the bra was 1) a little bit too plain (even though the button is love) 2) didn't really do anything for me and 3) almost a little too cutesy or demure (not that I am really after sex appeal either, but the Ellace, for example, is just so classic looking, even in latte which is a nude...pics up but review is pending).

    I figured that I could get a beige Marcie, though the new cornflower blue is really nice or find a nice nude or pastel that was better than the Florence. Looking at the pics as I uploaded them, especially the initial one, made me wonder if I made the right decision, but I know deep down it was not quite right.

    Anyway, so I don't have the bra anymore and forgot to measure before sending back, but I wanted to have a memory of it here.


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    • Also like the light blue. This would definitely look good under something sheer and white. Now I understand what you mean by uneven band tension. I actually have a V-shaped ribcage which could be the reason why my 30F Ellace fells so comfortable where the upper elastic of some of my Panache and Cleo bras sometimes gets a little pinchy. But I get the same wrinking on the sides. So maybe uneven tension is not the whole story.

      BTW, Did you try to hook the band of your Ellace unevenly (have the upper clasp tighter then the bottom)?

    • Interesting, aboobaccount. So maybe it is not completely a problem with the band tension. I have tried to side hook and it is difficult but also not terribly effective.

    • And yes, it was a nice light colour. I've since gotten my Ellace in latte which is a brilliant shade of nude on me. I will find another light colour bra, maybe Marcie in beige or one of the other colours... that new cornflower blue is really nice but it's maybe a bit too dark? I'm still unsure about trying Kayla based on it's projection but I might. I think that I might going to hold off for the moment with new bras. Though I have one pending possibly.

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      I'm so jealous your gore tacks in this model. Beautiful color on you, too.

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  3. 4
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    30E

    Didn't fit

    If the Easter bunny were in the market for a cute bra, this would be it. I was pleasantly surprised by how adorable this bra was in person. In the powder blue colorway, Florence is definitely my pastel pick for Easter. 💙🐣🐰 Sadly, I have the same fit issues with Florence as I do with all Curvy Kate balconies: uneven band tension, gaping at the side of the cup/underarm area, tight at the apex, yet not able to fill the top lace. Full review on my blog!

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    Updated on Apr 17, 2017 Flag this


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    • 1

      I have the same problems with this bra.

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      I tried to fit into Florence with 5 different sizes. Didn't work. Like you and cupandahalf, similar fit issues.

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      cupandahalf Love4Pollinators So frustrating :(

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      I think the band fits folks with a tapered back best. Ellace does that too to me. I think I would have to be very FOT or have tall roots to fit this one.

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      cupandahalf Ellace was the worst culprit for me, even worse than Florence, iirc.

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      cupandahalf it's funny you say that. I tried this bra (different color) and I love it. (I hve tall roots, and I'm FOT- but I dn't think I'm VFOT)

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      I am not always sure about fit due to my unevenness, but this very same bra seems a decent fit for me in 30F atm. I used to think I was FOB, but probably more even with tall roots. http://bra.pe/XWMh/

    • erispe in the 2nd pic, your roots look like they're short, maybe average, imo. Is it possible that you have average height roots, with FOT breasts? (That's how it appears to me)

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      It is entirely possible Prettyncharmeuse. Truth to be told, this is still confusing for me. Without a bra my teardrop shaped soft pendulous breasts look FOB and I'd say they're kinda low set, too. But when wearing a bra they mostly just flow into the cups and take up the cups' shape. They are chameleon boobs I tell you. :) Oh, and they give a FOT impression when the pics are made with a flash, but not with normal light. If a bra is a tiny bit roomy, they can look FOB, but can also be pushed up almost to my collarbone. So, really I haven't the foggiest what they are - may fit into various categories, so I can pull off quite a few types of bras. I can never, however, wear strapless or non-wired soft bras without a disastrous outcome. I just may have a very average shape in more ways than one...

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      erispe Boob twins... I swear, you are describing mine perfectly.

    • letstalkaboutbras Im new to this, and I JUST found this post too late. Lol. This is super upsetting. So, I just bought these bras on Amazon and I wear a 32H (in panache Esme--first bra that fits after U.K. resizing, which fits beautifully!) And because they were on sale, I ordered a 30HH (thinking mesh bras stretch out) but now, don't even know if this band will stretch to fit me since the materials are non stretchy. Is the BAND stretchy, or should I have gone with the 32 band? Please help someone? Thanks.

    • Sugarbaby416 for me the band ran true to size or a little tight, but you might find it ok. If you're​ new to this, you can get yourself some cheap bra extenders to test the fit. At least Amazon has easy returns :) All brands do scaling above G differently, so your experience might be totally different from mine. I hope it works out for you. Even if it doesn't, be sure to measure and add fit info to your profile for all the bras you try. It helps so much when trying to pick the right size in different styles and brands in the future.

    • letstalkaboutbras Thank you so much for the reply and the tips. Unfortunately, I just cancelled the order, but they have a 32HH on sale, despite my regular Panache size. If I'm brave, I might go for it. Wish me luck! XD

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  4. 4
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    32DD

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    Since trying Ellace and having good luck with that, I've been wanting to try some more Curvy Kate bras. I found the Florence for a good price and decided to give it a try. I am very pleased with the Florence, and the Blush color works very well as a "nude" for me.

    Updated on Sep 20, 2016 Flag this


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      It is amazing how well Florence works as a nude bra for you, especially under a cheap, thin, clingy T-shirt! It's also noteworthy you can easily fasten the band on the tightest hooks, but it doesn't ride up on the loosest hooks. To me, that is a highly desirable feature in a band. Thanks for the review!

    • I thought it was a great bra too. Keep in mind the other colors run a little smaller in the cup, black being the smallest. Glad it works for you!

    • When I thought the Blush might be a bit small I ordered a 32E in black, and it was too big. I will keep that in mind though for the other colors.

    • Could just be in my larger size too! Happy bra-ing!

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  5. 4
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    30F

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      The cup depth of your black Florence reads 21.2cm on Bratabase, but you put 23.6cm on your blog.

    • erispe thanks for pointing that out, I must have copy that measurement from another bra, the Bratabase is the correct one!

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  6. 3
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    30FF

    Didn't fit

    Very short, projected, even, somewhat narrow, close-set breasts...

    Eeks. I didn't think this would remotely fit. It weighs less than an ounce and appears significantly smaller than any other bra I've ever owned. Her predecessor in my wardrobe was 30G Ellace which fits spectacularly--excepting the cup and wing height are too tall. melifish recommended I purchase a 30FF Ellace; no longer available for less than $60. cupandahalf suggested Florence because she found the design remarkably similar to Ellace except the materials were non-stretch. And, Amazon conveniently, had 30FF Florence on sale with free returns for $21. Enter 30FF Florence.

    Florence is small and mighty. She lifts ... and rounds like bras twice her weight. She is impressive and comfortable. Compared to Ellace her wings, gore, and cup height are wonderfully shorter. Like I mentioned, she is diminutive in size. This is a bra for short-rooted, even breasts. I'm projected and think she might be better for average projection, whatever that is ;-) It is important to note, 30FF Florence may be one size too small for me. Nevertheless, she is amazing!!

    Her materials are not as soft as Ellace, but they are more supportive. If you have heavy, short breasts Florence is your gal.

    Like every other bra I own, Florence's gore is too wide for my close-set breasts. And, there is some in-cup quadding. Finally, considering the prolific wire and fabric seam lines on my breasts, she is just one size too small. That is an easy exchange.

    Every Curvy Kate unlined I've tried endears me to this brand. Today, 6 Panache bras arrived from Amazon. After testing Florence, I tried one Panache and the rest remain in the shipping box. Three rows of fasteners, wide straps, soft materials: these are admirable characteristics :-) Again, many thanks to courtnelius for sharing her favorite Curvy Kates and helping me quickly and inexpensively find my size.

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      I am so seriously excited for you! I love Curvy Kate bras for us short-rooted gals (I'm wearing a Bardot now). I have their new Princess Plunge on order right now too!

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      I really wish my size in Florence would go on sale. It's always been $59 even if the other sizes are $20!!

    • Brastop has them for, roughly, $21

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      The princess plunge....sounds glorious :-) I'm eager to read your review!! cupandahalf Where did you purchase your princess plunge?

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      They just added it to Amazon but I've also seen it on figleaves and brastop. If it fits I'll return it and order from one of them as its $20 cheaper.

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      Also, I'm not sure if you've ever craved the Cleo Marcie roundness, but I got the Marcie and Curvy Kate Daydreamer (another new style) off Amazon at the same time. They had the same round shape, but the Daydreamer was infinitely more comfortable, having both softer material and low low wires and sides. The gore was nice and low too. In fact, it was so low on the sides I spilled out a bit, which was novel. Oh, and nice narrow wires. This was in a 38J, so I'd be curious if it also worked out for folks on the other end of the band spectrum.

      For reference, I'm fot, short-rooted, splayed but then my tissue connects at the top, and have all the projection. I mean my boobs are 4 inches tall and 14 inches around both directions, so super fun pendulous time basically. I'm constantly amazed when any bra hoists them into space.

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      cupandahalf Daydreamer is added to my wish list now :-) Thank you, again :-) Thank goodness for bras that defy physics :-) :-)

    • Thank you to you for describing the Florence for everyone, which I have yet to try. Hmmm... Short rooted and projected boobs would like Bardot or Madagascar. (Bardot runs small.) it also looks to me like Bardot runs narrower in the gore than the Florence (and more similar to Dreamcatcher there).

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      Thank you to you for describing the Florence for everyone, which I have yet to try. Hmmm... Short rooted and projected boobs would like Bardot or Madagascar. (Bardot runs small.) it also looks to me like Bardot runs narrower in the gore than the Florence (and more similar to Dreamcatcher there).

    • You thought Bardot ran small? When I tried it, it definitely ran big, and measurements showed that it was a cup size large.

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      The best bra I've found in my size for my type is the regular Princess, but they scale it so much differently for those of you in the 30ish bands according to bratabase measurements that I can't recommend it.

      I'm actually too projected, too short busted, and too close rooted for the Bardot to work perfectly. I fold over the bottom a bit and the gore is taller than my boobs and comes forward because my center fullness pushes it out. I need a lower gore (hence the Princess). The wires pull back with the band which pulls the embellished top tight, cutting right across my fullest part. When the wires are correctly placed I don't get the quad though. It certainly measures as one of my deepest bras, so I'm not sure if it runs small or if just the top embellished part cuts in more on FOT breasts.

      I'm going to make a blog post soon comparing all the Curvy Kates I've tried because I've tried on a lot of them now, and I think they're pretty amazing but they seem to get short shrift on bratabase.

    • cupandahalf Please do write about Curvy Kate!! I was pleasantly shocked by how well Curvy Kate fits. And, I wish I had tried these newer models sooner.

      Like you, Bardot's gore is too wide and too tall for me. I overlapped and narrowed the gore and the cup became too small. The Princess Plunge may be a good fit....when it is not $66. ;-)

      @courtnelius sold me several of her models for a fantastic price, and they all very nearly fit. Earth shaking :-) They are remarkably more comfortable for me than Panache/Cleo. I hope to have three well-fitting unlined CKs soon. Until then, I'm practically living in the Shockwave bikini. Ordered a second Shockwave so this one can rest. ;-)

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      I'm commenting on the 30F Bardot, which runs smaller than the 30F Gia, Dreamcatcher and Princess, and more similar to the 30F Jewel. Not sure how these comparisons hold up throughout the size range.

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  7. 2
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    30F

    Hasn't set fit

    Me: Short, narrow roots, splayed, very projected at wire, average apex projection, even FOT/FOB, extremely center full. Wide on top, omega on bottom? Cleo Lily/Marcie fit me best.

    I've recently tried a few beigeish bras from Curvy Kate to supplement my rainbow of Cleos.

    Here's a short review of the 30F Florence in Blush, largely compared to my usual 28FF Marcie.

    The materials and fit are similar to the Marcie, with lower wings and gore. The horizontal seam on the cup is about a seam height lower than the Marcie, with the upper cup section correspondingly taller, so a slightly lower apex?. The band on the ... 30F Florence is fairly tight, only slightly (maybe one hook?) larger than the 28FF Marcie. Had I been able to buy the Florence in a 28FF, I would probably be wearing it with an extender in the beginning.

    Overall I'm happy with this bra. I'll probably take the gore in a bit as the band is a little bigger than I need, and it's generally a good alteration for my center fullness.

    It's appearance is similar to the pictures. My bra arrived missing its gore button, but I'll keep it anyway;)

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  8. Love, love this bra! I am usually not a fan of unlined bras because they give me a weird shape but I took a chance with this one, and I am quite grateful I did.

    I would consider this bra a minimizer, it gives a lovely round shape that is supported and lifted. I am 7 months pregnant and the wires do not slide down on my belly , which is awesome.

    This is also the first unlined bra that I have found that does not make my boobs appear droopy or point down. Wonderful support and lift. Also in this size range the cups are narrow, at the perfect width for me currently. I just wish the other colors were on sale now.

    **update***

    The underwires are very stiff and I can only tolerate this bra in small doses because it is just too narrow for me now. This bra definitely runs narrow.

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  9. 2
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    34GG

    Fits

    This bra fits well overall. I like how the band fits sung, I would not want it any tighter but it is comfortable to wear all day. The cups hold my breasts nicely. I'm fairly happy with the shape it gives me, but I do have to position my breasts just right or else I get a more pointy shape than I like. Once things are set, they stay in place and look good for extended periods. The center gore runs a little high, but is not uncomfortable. I think it's a keeper. :)

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  10. 1
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    32DD

    Didn't fit

    It seems that cups are too wide and wires are too short. Cup too short for bigger boob on the side and it pops out- also top edge digs in. I'm finding the wide/short to be a theme w/ CK bras for me, unfortunately. Same with the ellace (see my review) and the enchanted plunge balconette.

    Updated on Jan 14, 2018 Flag this


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    • Darn. CK is famous for shorter rooted breast designs. Sorry they aren't working for you.

    • This appears to sit in your IMF better than any of your other fit checks, though. Maybe try this in a 32E. Did you try Ellace in a 32E as well? I was thinking when I looked at your Skye fit check that Cleo isn't going to work for you and you actually need something with shorter wires. This one just looks too small more than anything.

    • Agree that this bra just looks too small for you. And you may find that the curvy Kate bra bands are really loose, stretchy, and physically longer than other bra brands. I agree with going for the 32E. But how does the band feel? Can you easily stretch it several inches away from your body? Does it move around when stretching your arms upwards and moving around? You may find a 30F may be ideal for you with curvy Kate. The bra looks like it's going to be a great fit when you jail down the size.

    • LeProfessor lcl0706 : So I posted 5 new pics after shoving bra into IMF and swoop/scooping

      THe longer I wear it, the more comfortable it feels compared to the cleo bras, lol..

      THe band does not feel too stretchy/loose. It actually feels great compared to cleo. I think 30 would be too uncomfortable - I have tried one or 2 CK bras in 30 and they felt too tight.

      I agree that it is too small on my L breast, but I feel like it just fits/has a bit of extra fabric in the R -- worried 32E will be too big in the R boob.

      Should I just keep this size if I end up finding it comfortable enough, or is the size way too out of whack?

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      I’d go for the 32E in both this and the Ellace. The Ellace will be more forgiving for asymmetry. I think once the size is better it’ll feel less constricting. You want to fit your larger boob. If there’s a little wrinkling on the smaller side it’ll be negligible.

    • IMO, the ellace bra is perfect as is. But sizing up in this Florence bra maybe better for you as you prefer a fuller coverage. I think it looks great on you now that it is placed well. Some women prefer their bras the be on the slightly larger side for best fit and comfort while other prefer them to be on the slightly smaller side for best fit and comfort (I prefer smaller). Try both and pick what's best for you. As long as there is no wires sitting on breast tissue, pain, or your obviously falling out or are really uncomfortable than your good to go and pick what works best for you!

      I bring up going down to a 30 band in curvy Kate because it looks like you have some vertical stretching in the cups and straps going on which can either mean that you have the straps tightened too tight or the straps are supporting more of your bust than they should be because the band is too loose. I get these vertical stretches in my 30 band bras all the time because 30 bands are too big for me, I need a 28 band. Just remember if you do go down in band size you have to go up in cup size to keep the same cup volume.
      It always makes me so happy to help someone on their bra journey! You asked for some further recommendations and I would recommend Fantasie to try out because they are REALLY comfortable and full coverage. I'm not quite sure how they work with short roots, but you never really know till you try!
      I have heard a lot about Wacoal being very comfortable and they have a lot of fuller coverage options.
      Mimi Holliday also makes some really gorgeous comfortable bras. Although I would warn you to stay away from their plunge varieties as they're SUPER low coverage. Their comfort and shoulder bras I think you will like!

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