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I got this on Thursday as well, but I was tired and didn’t add it. I think my is also a bit brownish brasaremean! It’s a stunning bra, and I definitely like the Bm cut for when I need to appear smaller. It is really comfy, and feels like it’s not there. The one downside is that it doesn’t feel as secure, but I was expecting that. All in all - extremely satisfied with it.
Updated on Dec 08, 2018 Flag this
I bought this as a replacement for my 60JJ which I have outgrown. This bra has a 29" max stretched band, but I can wear it on the 3rd set of hooks without too much trouble. I tend to wear my bands as loose as possible, even to the point of being wiggly because I am afraid of stretching out the eyes. The cups are too tall for me, but they fit well enough when I put a shirt on over it. Comparing the cup heights in a spreadsheet, I think I've come up with this pattern for all the 60Ks that I currently have.
9.375" height fits best, ... no severe apex wrinkling.
9.5" height is too tall, but not very noticeable.
9.75" to 9.875" tall is around 1 cup too big, but under a tight shirt the extra fabric doesn't bunch up and it's fine.
10" is 2+ cups too large and unwearable.
My cup height tolerance also seems to be based on wire width. The wider the wires, the less tall of a cup I can tolerate. 6" is best, but Ewa doesn't use 6" wires in her 60K bras. I've gotten 6.125" and 6.25" wires, and the narrower wires were better.
I find all of this fascinating as the BM cuts are all supposed to be the same. I can understand the band lengths being off accounting for stretchiness of the material, but there is no excuse for the cups themselves to cut at different heights.
Updated on Mar 08, 2019 Flag this