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Bras » Ewa Michalak » Pl Triumf (710) » 70FF 32:8

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Fits ribcage73.2
B. perimeter28.9
Stretched Band77.6
Band Length60.1
Cup width14.3
Cup depth24.5
Wire length23.3
Cup height16.5
Cup separation1.7
Gore height4.9
Wing height10.2
Strap width1.7
Hooks0

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    I love this bra! It's so soft and a great everyday type of bra.
    I always have a problem with too high of cups (can't really wear full coverage) especially where the cup hits the strap. This cup height is perfect; not too short not too tall.
    I got this one from Levana which is a great store near me. The owner informed me that Ewa's beige or nude bras run tighter in the band which I found to be true with this one as well as four different nude/tan Ewa bras that I tried on in store. This one doesn't stretch much past 30 before it looks ... over stretched for the intended design. I like to keep those underwires narrow and cups deep! My underbust is shy of 29" loose for size reference.
    The cups fit true to (Ewa's plunge) size if not a tad smaller than the other ones that I tried on in this size. Strap placement is great. I find her strap placement a tad too wide on some of her bras but this one was perfect! I think that the strap placement is better on me when the cups fit more snug. I have another Ewa (chp) where the cups are just a tad too big (have to use the cookies to fill it completely) and the straps bother my arm area. I have another Chp in the same size that fits without cookies and the strap placement is perfect.
    As far as the color you can see the color and lace in a thin white shirt. I have fair skin so not really a skin tone match for me. You can't see the lace or bra lines in a thicker shirt.

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