Although it says it is F70, this is NOT a UK size 32F. I repeat, this is NOT A UK SIZE 32F. This is a Japanese size F70.
32F is technically a sister size of my usual 30F/FF bras, but the Japanese size runs smaller. According to Shirohato, the website I got this from, F70 size would be good for a 93cm (36.6) bust, which is around 32D/DD. When I measured though, it seems closer to a 30D/32C size. The band size is rather firm for a 32, which makes it very supportive enough even on the first hook.
This is a very cute, almost teenager-ish bra. The cups ... have a cool-toned pink pinstripe pattern on them, along with cream and darker pink frills and lace. It comes with removable pushup pads which are diagonal to the cups so they push your boobs into the middle. The straps are fully adjustable and removable--both ends of the straps have hooks so you can use it multi-way. It's not good as a strapless bra, though. It has matching panties in a JP size M, which is more like a US XS/S.
The shape is very shallow and open in the middle, good for full on middle types. It's My right boob fits ok in it, and I can squeeze my left boob into the bra if I don't scoop and swoop. However when I wear the bra properly, there is quadboobing and nipple-slipping galore. It's more of a fun times bra rather than a workhorse bra. The gore is so small that it is nearly nonexistent--a godsend for those who have very close-set breasts!
The lace detailing does show under very tight or clingy shirts. It's just so fluffy!!!
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