Short, projected, slightly narrow, close set, center full, even breasts....
The rib flare in my IMF is causing 28" and 30" bands to bite under my breasts. These bands also lift so well that almost every gore is too wide. So, I'm trying 32" bands because they don't lift my tissue into gore wires. And, the looser band affords my ribs relief.
This babydoll was selling on Ebay. It took me a few minutes to decide it was worth purchasing and converting into the Kitty Plunge bra. The babydoll band is wider than I anticipated and contains boning to help it lay flat against the chest. As it is, the ... babydoll will convert easily into a longline plunge. And, with winter approaching, I will appreciate a bit more fabric.
Because I wear thin wool layers almost exclusively during winter, a padded plunge is helpful in regard to nipple shielding. The shape under knits is lifted, centered, and perky. This will work well with my winter attire and add a bit of insulation. I would not prefer this bra in summer, however.
Three by three fasteners, .6" wide straps, and a fine mesh band provide ample support. However, it feels Curvy Kate used less substantial straps than the usual .7" straps. For this bra's intended use, this makes sense. For my use as an everyday bra, I will likely replace the straps. The embroidery is sublte and elegant. The color combination causes me to consider ghosts, witches, and pumpkins https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" /> I feel like a good witch when wearing Kitty.
I've been wearing this babydoll for over two hours and I have not yet had the urge to rip it off. For me, this is AMAZING. 32" bands may be just what my ribs require. Another comfortable, supportive bra from Curvy Kate. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" />
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