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. The band size is true to 32/70, which is loose on me as a larger banded sister size, but I can make it work on the second or third hooks.
Medium grey body with cream and grey ribbon and lace, the ... design is subtly feminine and classic. It comes with removable pushup pads and extra pushup padding built into the bottom of the pads. The straps are fully adjustable and removable--both ends of the straps have hooks so you can use it multi-way. It's not so good as a true 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 the pushup pad on the bottom makes it more so. If the pushup pads were not built in, I think I could use this bra when my boobs are at their smallest. 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 galore. The gore doesn't quite tack, but I like how it is very narrow--usually tall gores annoy me but this is narrow enough that it doesn't poke into my chest.
The lace detailing does show under very tight or clingy shirts, but with normal t-shirts, it isn't that bad.
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