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Bras » Ewa Michalak » Sf Gładzioch Beż (849) » 75FF 34:8

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Fits ribcage85.1
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band85.3
Band Length66.3
Cup width14.8
Cup depth26.8
Wire length27.3
Cup height19.8
Cup separation1.8
Gore height7.8
Wing height11.3
Strap width2.0

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  1. 3

    Didn't fit

    This is a replacement for the Ewa BM Bibb that I received last week. I think this is a lovely bra. The cups are quite narrow and not too high. The gore tacks nicely. No rubbing or chafing. The top of the cup lays nicely, no gapping or quadding. I really like the cup shape, it's nice and round. Fabric nice and smooth. This bra has a nice, crisp look.

    I had really high hopes for this bra, but as with the Bibi though, there is some pulling and sagging at the bottom of the cups. I feel like my breast is in there, but still pushing down, causing ... distortion at the wire. You can see the drag lines on the side view as well.

    Not sure where to go from here. Would a different size help? Or is this just not a good shape match for me? Need more projection at the wire? I'm tempted to order a cup size down and see what happens. Aack!

    Me: short & narrow roots, center full, close set, pendulous, petite, short waisted, low set, fairly even fullness, narrow shoulders, soft

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    • 3

      I think this bra is definitely not projected enough at the bottom of the cup. I can see quadding as well from the bottom up pic. If you can tolerate wider, taller wires you can size up. If not, this is not the shape for you.

    • 2

      By the way, your angled from the bottom pic has inspired me to try that angle in the future because I feel like that is a super valuable angle.

    • cupandahalf thanks for your great insights as usual. I'm not sure I can do much taller wider cups because I'm so short rooted. I've been thinking about the shape of the bottom of my breast. I think I might be a little (or a lot) flat under there (horizontal oval root shape) which in addition to the lack of projection, is causing the issue. Just a theory at this point, though. I've not really ever seen this extreme wrinkling before, so hard to understand for sure. Going to keep looking!

    • There’s not enough projection at the wire. If you look at your profile and bottom up pics you can see the angular shape that goes up from the wire which is causing the wrinkling- your breasts trying to find space down there. I agree that it looks like the cup is pretty tall on the sides.

    • 1

      This is a common issue with the SF style by Ewa, so much so that most of her models display it on the stock photos in varied degrees. Here's links to several of the stock SF bras photos which show the issue:

      The only model I don't see having the issue is Ewa's sister who is the sole model for many of the SF bras......

      I get the same thing to a lesser degree unless I tighten the straps down beyond what I prefer to do. It is a comfortable style aside from that and not noticable under clothing so I personally don't mind it.

    • 1

      I was looking at some other styles last night and noticed the same thing. I don't know how I didn't catch it before. I guess I was very focused on how pretty this is. I'm attracted to clean simple lines.

      I'm now considering keeping this and maybe doing an alteration to take some fabric in at the wire, rotating the cup down, in essence. Maybe I'm crazy?

    • You're not crazy! A lot of us have played "bra doctor" to try and make a beautiful bra work. Hopefully you're better at it than I am! :-D

    • Yeah, I also find that the cup in collapses in my Sf Promyczek, except I get more wrinkles on the outside.

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