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Bras » Ewa Michalak » Chp Koktajl (252) » 75GG 34:10

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Fits ribcage81.9
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band90.4
Band Length65.6
Cup width15.9
Cup depth29.1
Wire length30.7
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.0
Gore height9.2
Wing height11.6
Strap width2.0

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  1. 2

    Didn't fit

    This bra puts everything up front with a rounded profile. I like the top edge in particular as it doesn't cut in at all for me, full on top shape but no quadboob in sight! Lovely turquoise color with lace overlay, and they've set the edge of the lace at the center in a flattering location based on cup size. (As opposed to other brands that simply scale everything up without adjusting placement, which isn't always as flattering once in a larger cup size. This one is!)

    The band has been fairly firm and consistent, but now reflecting that I fit better in other Ewa 32 bands, I think I could have sized down a band to get a bit more wear out if it, as it's gently stretched over time. No problems poking under arms, but I notice that the straps feel a bit snug yet I've adjusted them to the longest length when I first got this bra. Something to consider if you find yourself needing very long straps.

    Updated on Sep 03, 2012 Flag this

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  2. 0

    Didn't fit

    So this bra was my first trying smaller cups and it didn't end up very good as you can see. My boobs was on top of the cups instead of in it. They were on the sides instead of in it. When I leaned over and scoped hard I would instead have overspill. When I tried to just hold the cups around my boobs with my hands they were obviously too small.

    The bra in itself is a very beautiful bra. It kind of looks a little like Panache Sienna, but in a blue green kind of way instead. I wish I would've fit into it but I ... don't think it would have been any use.

    The lace didn't show under clothing. The shape wasn't quite my thing. I am not this much projected as you can see.

    I made this review so that I could set up a fitting request so that everyone could see the madness of how bad it is being high on chest and having that tissue running back and forth. I don't have the bra at home any more. I have considered buying a larger size to make the wires come back and get my root and end up higher on my sides so that more tissue will sit at my chest.

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    Updated on Jan 04, 2013 Flag this

    • I cannot really help you here, but on me, the CHP behaved sort of the same. Although the effect was much less dramatic compared to you, my breasts completely disappeared in the cups leaving massive gapping, even though it looked fine or even slightly tight right after scooping. It seemed as if my breasts tried to escape left right and centre -- in my case mostly centre -- and for some reason they also pushed the cups down. I originally concluded the cups were too shallow in the bottom for me and/or my breasts too soft for the low centre gore, but as I really don't think I'm full-on-bottom nor that my breasts are THAT particularly soft neither reason makes any sense to me at all. To make a long story short, I really don't understand what is the problem with the cut of this bra, but something in it is entirely incompatible with certain breast shapes.

    • MilkAndHoney: Could it me it *is* actually a lousy construction for anything than very firm boobs with a lot of natural projection and a narrow root or something? I know Vee has complained about the CHP construction as well.

      Am I crazy for thinking it's the same thing with CK balconettes; too low wires and too much weight too far out? Like the seesaw syndrome? CH has higher wires than CHP?

    • Hmmm..I actually do see some similarities between you and me in shape,though in some things we are different.I was hoping the CHP would work for me,but maybe it won't.Will just have to try and see.
      It does sound like it'd be a good style for two of my friends,though. :)
      Can someone explain to me the difference between the CH and CHP?

    • As far as I know, the CH cups are cut lower and more projected than than the CHP. I found the CHP cups very very tall on my petite frame and, oddly enough, the gore way too low. But my opinion is based on how these bras look in the smaller sizes -- in larger sizes they may be completely different.

    • Hmm,interesting.I tend to like a lower gore anyways,but often have issues with too tall of cups.The cup height of one of my 34G bras is more the height I need,a little higher,depending on how cleavage or coverage I want.But of course the cup depth is insanely small.haha.
      We will see. :)

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