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Bras » Ewa Michalak » Sf Royal Blue (944) » 70JJ 32:14

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Fits ribcage76.2
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band82.2
Band Length62.2
Cup width16.7
Cup depth35.3
Wire length33.0
Cup height22.9
Cup separation1.4
Gore height10.3
Wing height11.0
Strap width2.5
Hooks3

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    SF Royal Blue in 70JJ
    This bra is added for data purposes only. This Bra is not owned by me at the time of addition to the database, but since I did measure it, I decided to add it anyway.


    SF Royal Blue is what EM classifies as a Semi Soft underwire bra. This is misleading, as Semi Soft indicates half padded, which this is not. The top is a stretchy sheer lace, and the bottom is a stiffer layer of double lace over tulle type fabric. If held up to the light, you can still see through it. These SF bras are NOT padded in any way. That ... aside, the bra is gorgeous!

    The band measures 24.5” to a max of 33.5” & has 3 hooks but 4 rows of eyes.

    The cups measure 12" (measured by hovering the cup between the knees and placing the tape measure into the cup without resistance) but stretch to 14.5"max over the knee. The lace tops are very stretchy allowing for size variation between sides, as well as weight gain/loss and changes due to hormone fluctuations. The cup construction consists of 5 sections-3 lower vertical sections, 1 upper horizontal section, and an outer wedge that connects the cups to the straps.

    It is this outer wedge section, that is stiffened like the lower sections, that causes many discomfort during wear. Narrowing this section slightly while lowering the armpit curve often helps eliminate this pain without needing to actually move the straps in.

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    Updated on Jun 07, 2018 Flag this


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