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Bras » Fantasie » Rebecca Spacer Moulded Bra (2024) » 36F 36:7

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Fits ribcage91.3
B. perimeter31.9
Stretched Band94.6
Band Length76.9
Cup width16.4
Cup depth27.5
Wire length29.8
Cup height21.7
Cup separation2.3
Gore height8.8
Wing height9.9
Strap width1.8
Hooks2

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    Fits

    My breast shape is short roots, FOB, projected, with medium width roots. Breasts are mature, dense and droop, so I need lift at the bottom. I'm also wideset.

    Looking at the bra when it's not on me, the cups have a really nice perky ovoid shape. However once the bra is on, the spacer foam is just not strong enough to hold my breasts up. Bottom of the cup changes to a droopy shape I personally do not like. I prefer Panache "perky" since I am FOB. The top of the breasts fill the cup but there's no lift up.

    The other issue I had with this one was although the band fit, it felt really scratchy and irritating. So these two things decided me against this. Plus it didn't hide my headlights. Gorgeous gorgeous color!

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    Didn't fit

    I'm not sure about this bra. I went up a band size as the 34 was too tight. The 36 is still much too tight, but I'm hoping it'll stretch out after a few washings. There's a gap in the cups on the side and a little at the bottom so I tightened the straps (to the max - I'm really short so you may not have a problem with this) and it seemed to take care of the gap problem in the bottom. When I sit down, the side of the cup fills out but the top gapes a little bit and doesn't sit flat against my ... chest like it does when I stand. This isn't really noticeable as it's a lined/foamy cup and keeps its shape. However, because I had to tighten the straps all the way, it sits way higher on my chest than I'd like. I'm not sure which tops I can wear this with and I don't feel very sexy wearing this bra :o( I think the shape doesn't work for me. One thing I also want to note is that the lace on the bottom is scratchy to me (could be because the band is really tight right now).
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    Didn't fit

    First, this is a super-tight band. It felt fine when I put it on, but after an hour or so of wear it was so painful I stopped at Target and bought an extender. I'd planned to use the extender to help me break in this bra, but in the end, I don't think it ever would have stretched out much. If I'd liked the bra, I'd have probably tried to exchange it for a 38E. I tried one on in the store and it was much more comfortable, without sacrificing much support. I did notice that with the extender, or in a ... looser band, my breasts seemed to look a little saggy. I couldn't get a good uplift without having the band painfully tight, and that can't be fixed by breaking in the bra.

    The bra is pretty cute, especially for such a basic style. I did cut off the cute little trim at the bottom of the cups. While adorable, after only a few minutes it transformed from cute trim to "ow, poky things."

    Ultimately, this was not the bra for me. I prefer more of a balconette style, and this just had too much coverage at the top of the cup. I couldn't wear most of my shirts with this bra, because the cup showed on my smaller side. The cup extended so high that it ended up leaving a lot of cup unfilled up by my armpit. It didn't gape, but it didn't give a flattering shape either. For ladies who like a more full-coverage style this will probably be a plus.

    The upside of this bra is that the lightweight spacer foam really is nice and breathable. I gave it one last chance on a miserable 100 F-degree day, and my breasts didn't get sweaty. However, the spacer foam is available on other bras with a cut I like better, so the best reason to keep the bra around is moot.

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    Didn't fit

    The only thing I can say I didn't like about this bra is the band isn't quite as stretchy as my Deco, so the tightness of the band isn't as comfortable as I was hoping it would be. It's wearable, but I wouldn't say perfect (I measure between 36 and 38).

    The cups are soft and foamy, and give a natural rounded shape. No cleavage with this bra, but good support and would be extremely comfortable if not for the issue mentioned above.

    Updated on Jun 09, 2013 Flag this


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    Didn't fit


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    Didn't fit

    I bought this bra on eBay after trying it on at Nordstrom's. I thought (and the fitter agreed) that fit really well. This was only the first or second time I'd ever tried bras that were anywhere near close to my correct size, and I think I hadn't quite mastered the scoop and swoop and did not fully understand importance of wire width yet. When it arrived I was horribly disappointed to realize that the cups were too small and the wires did not fully encapsulate all breast tissue on both sides simultaneously. When I first put in on the gore tacks and it looks pretty good. ... Once I swoop and scoop, I can get one wire in the correct place and it the width is good for the individual breast, but the other cup gets pulled forward and the wire is definitely on breast tissue and the gore floats off my chest. It may be that a slightly wire gore/more separation between the cups would deal with the width issue. The band is great, snug and comfortable and despite my extra plushness in my tummy/back/ribcage, it does not give me an extra chub roll as most bras do.

    I've seen complaints in other reviews that it gives a "wide" or "matronly" look: I do wish it had a little more side support- my breasts are pretty soft, and this bra does let them curve out to the side more than I expected, but they're not splayed and the shape is still nice and rounded. I have a fair amount of natural projection, so even with some of my tissue out on the side don't feel flat at all. I actually feel like it makes my ribcage and waist look smaller in comparison when you look at me head on.

    I kept it because I didn't want to deal with the return process and it is substantially better than anything I have now. I do love the fabric, it is much thinner and more breathable than any other molded bra I've tried but provides adequate nipple coverage, even under thin shirts. Overall, even with slightly too small cups, it is very comfortable. The strap placement it great, not irritatingly wide/hanging off the edges of my shoulders like most of the bras I've tried, and the wire width is really very close to being right. I also like that it doesn't come up too high- I can't wear my lowest cut shirts, but a lot of the medium low cut necklines that I wear to work are fine. Another pro: I have a longer torso, so underwires tend to jab me in the upper breast tissue (instead of my armpit, which seems to be the common complaint) so I like that the underwire ends a little lower than the top of the outer end of the cup. The flip side of that is that that there is some breast tissue that is not fully pulled forward and slides back a little throughout the day. When my budget allows I will buy definitely purchase this same bra in 36ff.

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