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Bras » Elomi » Kim Plunge Bra (4340) » 36HH 36:12

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Fits ribcage90.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band94.9
Band Length77.5
Cup width18.5
Cup depth36.6
Wire length35.7
Cup height26.3
Cup separation2.3
Gore height8.1
Wing height13.3
Strap width2.4
Hooks3

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    Didn't fit

    I have written many reviews for this same style bra just in similar sizes. I can't seem to get the right fit. In this latest size of 36HH, the band feels much better than the 38 bands I tried, in that in my bust area the bra feels more settled in my IMF rather than pushing down into my ribs (felt this with the 38), but it's pretty hard to fasten on the loosest hook, so maybe that will get easier as it stretches with wear?

    I've got the same great shaping. My slightly larger breast is not fully contained with the side underwire cutting into that breast tissue ... so I keep trying to scoop that breast forward into the cup but then my breast is spilling out of the cup on the inner side. Actually as I'm looking down, I have a bit of a overflow in the cup on both sides. And still gapping where the strap meets the cup. I also have some wrinkling on the bottom fo the cup along the underwire.

    The band has got the same smooth fabric that feels like it's got a slight amount of give but without being "stretchy". And the stretch lace along the top of the cup is not in an area that's doing any real supporting work so it's a nice feature to give some versatility with fluctuations.

    This size for me just feels a little tight all over, but maybe that's a good thing?

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    36:12 36HH

    HH gapping and quadboob same bra; 36 is too tight but 38 is too loose

    Elomi

    Kim Plunge Bra (4340)

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