Do you like strappy bras? I always thought I don't, but I changed my mind after trying this one https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";)" /> Full review on my blog. (Do you remember you don't have to scroll down? https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";)" /> Click "READ IN ENGLISH" on top of my Polish review.)
This was a new model for Bratabase, I had to add it! This is the second of three bras I received from my first Kinga order. It's a padded push-up, which normally I would have never ordered because I don't care for padding, but I was sold with the neck strap, I thought it was super cute.
I was a little disappointed at first with the materials on this bra - I had this idea in my head when seeing the pic on the website that the polka dots were a printed pattern on the fabric, but they are actually little fuzzy dots stuck all over the ...bra. I guess it's not a huge deal, but to me it makes it feel a little juvenile and cheapish quality - it would have been nicer if it was an actual print I think, so I wasn't thrilled about that. If you look at the pic where I took a close-up of the gore detail, you can get an idea of what the actual fabric is like.
It says on the site that the padding is removable, but the cookie pocket is all sewn up except for a spot in the corner (I captured this in a pic). I guess if you want to remove it you'd have to cut it open, and then sew it back together if you want to put it back in? I can't sew, so I guess these cookies are staying in for good! The inside of the cups are soft and cottony and comfortable - it's quite a comfortable bra. The cookies feel like they slide around a bit after I do my scoop & swoop and pull upwards on the cups to straighten them up - you have to be really careful to try and not disturb the cookies because if they move up too far, you can see the outline of the bottom of the cookie towards the bottom of the cup. So I had to do some finangling to put them back in place after I tried on the bra the first time.
I was hoping for more "up and in" action so that my boobs would touch (or come closer to touching) but all I get is "up" - which I suppose is only fair since this is a push-up! I'm happy with the shape I get from the profile view. As with the previous bra, I am thrilled that the wires come up high enough on the sides for me - I don't know if I'm low-set or what, but that is a constant issue I find in a lot of bras....wishing the wires were taller to help contain the little trail of breast tissue I can feel that goes up toward my armpits. And this fits the bill wonderfully! Sides are high enough but cups are not too tall.
After tightening up the arm straps a bit on my Limpid soft bra, that really did get rid of the bit of looseness at the top of the cup on my smaller side. I've been wearing it today and I'm certain now that 65H was the right size for me in Kinga soft bras. And apparently it's the right size for me too in the padded push-ups! No quadding, no gapping here. I love the neck loop detail, but it is removable if you don't want it. All in all it's cute and comfortable, and while I'm not usually a fan of padded push-ups, I'd try another one from Kinga in this size if I saw another design that caught my fancy. And the bottoms for this bra were not as tight as the bottoms for my Limpid, even though they are both same size....thank goodness!! Read more 546 more words
First try of this brand and it's beautiful! Now if only I had chosen my right size! The quality of this brand is great and the detailing is also beautiful! Really wish they'd ship to North America...can only find them on Zulily for now.
So this is one of three bras I received this week from my very first Kinga order! I have been curious to try this brand because they are very reasonably priced, they have cute designs, and per other reviews they sounded to not be so narrow as Comexim (I love my Comexims for the oomph factor but am more interested in regular work wear bras at the moment).
My sizing in Polish bras feels a little all over the place depending on manufacturer - I am even when I do the bend over test, but technically FoB due to short roots. I have soft tissue ...that will mold to any shape. My "oomphy" Comexim plunges are 65H but they are truly a bit small - I have to wear them with an extender to give me an extra set of hooks and I bet my true size with them would actually be 70H. Haven't found a Comexim half-cup that agrees with me yet - all have been a bit too tall. Hopefully they have good Black Friday sale so I can try some more! I wear 65FF in EM plunges and 70F in BM & SM cuts. I wear 70F in Avocado NF cuts and 65F in their HCT/HCQ style. 65G or 65H in Gorsenia. So I was agonizing over whether to order 65G or 65H or 70G in Kinga - I decided to go with 65H to be on the safe side, since I was wanting to find some plain old regular daily bras and would rather the cup be a little big versus too small. Plus if 65 is tight I can just throw on an extender, no big deal. My snug underbust is almost 29.5 so that puts me in a weird place in between 65 and 70. Sometimes a 70 is just more comfy because I have no fat under my boobs, it's literally just skin & rib bone. I'm a pear shape so all my fat is on my hips & thighs... Regardless, I'd rather use an extender on a tight band versus just having a loose band and you just never know how stretchy a band is going to be, esp with a never-tried-before brand.
This Limpid II bra is an unlined...balcony I guess? They don't specify on the site. I chose it because the cups look to be closed in on top and I figured that would lessen the risk it would gape on me because that is always a concern. Band feels nice & snug but not too tight, so I don't think I'll need an extender....but I haven't worn it for several hours yet. Even so, it wouldn't be crazy to need an extender for first couple of wears until the elastic gives a bit. No side boob or armpit fat overhang - yay! The bra is a plain nude color but I do like the lacy detailing and the little jewel ornament at the top of gore. Gore tacks nice and comfortably, width ok. Top of cup is a teeny bit loose on my smaller breast (right breast) but pretty close to perfect on left breast. Feels comfortable, I feel supported, and I'm getting good lift. My only concern is how far the wire goes around my side - I did want wider than Ewa/Comexim but this is a little too wide! This is making me think I should have picked a 65G instead or even go up to a 70G or 70F to give me a narrower wire. The wires are not uncomfortable though, bra feels fine so maybe there's really nothing to fix or worry about here since there seems to be no ill effect - I'm just not used to the wire wrapping around so far. Would love to hear feedback on this aspect if anyone has an opinion though!
Quality: Acceptable quality but you can tell this is not nearly as luxe or well-made as EM. There were some loose threads and ravelings and it just doesn't feel as sturdy or well-constructed as EM. I'd say it ranks last in quality compared to the other Polish bras I've tried thus far (Avocado, EM, Comexim, Gorsenia) but they are cheaper so can't really complain because you get what you pay for. And it really is acceptable, just this is obviously not what you'd pick if you're wanting luxurious-feeling materials.
Kinga is having yet another 20% off sale this weekend so maybe I'll order a similar style bra in 65G or 70F/G just to see. I ordered a padded push-up bra too in 65H and it fit fantastically (will review it later). On another note, I ordered the matching thong for this bra and OMG these bottoms are small & tight. As I said above, I'm a pear - narrow on top and big ass hips. I'm so funny built - 28 inch waist and 41 inch hips. So I always order an L or XL in bottoms and usually that's fine. For example, I always order a 40 in Ewa bottoms and they are usually a perfect fit. As soon as I took the thong out of the package I was eyeing it and thinking "no way this fits" it looked so small. And i was right, it is MEGA tight. I'll have to re-order it two sizes up in XXL in order for it to fit! Just bulging hip fat everywhere, ugh. The briefs were ok in size L but these thongs run really small. I did not even take any pics of me wearing it because NOPE. But as far as the bra goes, I am really encouraged to try more offerings from Kinga and figuring out if 65H is truly my optimal size or not - fun times ahead!
So, I really like this bra, or I want to. It fits but doesn’t. This is a unique semi soft bra that’s a half cup. When I tried the Yvette on, it fit but was too tall in the cups so it was not a good fit. This one is significantly lower, and it works. Sort of.
I’m getting some bubbling from the stretchy bit lining the cups, and I have a bit of in cup quadding where the foam cup ends and the lace cover is by itself. I tried to capture this in a picture but I wasn’t hugely successful. Pulling up on the outer lace ...bit helps a little bit with the fit but my soft tissue is affected by different tensions in the cup and if one part is firmer than the other, it shows. That said, it is pretty minor in this bra, and under my work uniform, not noticeable.
The band is a bit snug for me on this one. I’m not getting a squished valley of fat from it being too tight, but I was more aware of the bra all day, and I got some redder than usual markings at the end of the day. I did get by without using an extender, but it does feel more comfortable with. The other thing I noticed is just how itchy my back was with the band. It was the same thing with the Gorsenia I was wearing the day before. I’m not sure what the cause is exactly.
The straps have a beautiful print on them which is a nice touch, and I love the little drop jewel at the gore. The external lace is beautiful too. This bra set (with the thong) feels very bridal to me. It’s really lovely. I wish I had been more comfortable in it all day today. Read more 202 more words
Beautiful and high quality. I love the pink floral print for the padded portion. However I think this band is small/tight for a 34... seems much tighter than a padded styles in 75H (Flowers II) and 75I (Simi II). Other Kinga semi padded reviews mention cup sizes running 1-2 cup sizes large, so I tried 75h based on a fitting into a 75i padded Kinga. I don't think that's the case and wish I would've tried a size 75i instead. However, if the band runs small in semi padded styles, I'll definitely need to try 80h or 80i.
This bra has the sexy straps that are so popular now, and it definitely makes me feel like I am wearing something special.
This is a nice quality bra. It gives a nice shape. The band is one size too big for me. I could use the support of a tighter band, in the pictures you can see that it slides out of my IMF leaving red marks below. I would like to try it in a smaller band size to see if that would help. It also only has 2 rows of hooks, which seems like it might not provide enough support at this size.
This is a very pretty, bright and summery bra. It has a Caribbean blue color, and almost a bikini appearance. Thank you so much to MamaPagan for sending it to me to try. Unfortunately it was too big in the cup and to shallow at the base for me. During the time I had it on it was quite comfortable.
I first heard of Kinga through the amazing Polish Guide on the ABraThatFits sub-reddit but found very little info on it beyond the basic overview. And then about a year ago I saw Moonstone...and died. This colorway is a thing of beauty. It was already mostly sold out in its native Poland and in many other European countries so my plan to export it using a parcel forwarding service didn't pan out. Imagine my surprise when nearly a year later i find this pretty legit SALE! At a US-based boutique retailer https://www.missenvy.us/products/moonstone-balconette-bra
At $46 and only $9 cross-country shipping I'm getting this beauty ...for $55, which is respectable for a glamorous bra in a rare color, constructed from high-end fabrics and with a 4-PART HALF CUP design which translates to FORWARD PROJECTION AHOY!
In fact I'm technically sized out of this model but have personally encountered that low-cut multi-part half cup Polish bras frequently run a cup larger (true for Gorsenia and Dalia) and that holds true for the 2 measured models of Kinga Moonstone I (PU-420) so I'm betting on blue and will update once my Moonstone arrives!
So, the much-anticipated arrival of my music pattern bra is here! This lovely bra is made by Kinga, a little known Polish manufacturer and can be found on misterna.pl. I had no idea what to expect, but since I am a pianist, I couldn't turn down a chance to try a bra with music on it. Where else are you going to find a music note bra?? Nowhere, that's where!!!
So, this is obviously very unique. Quality is good - the overall high level of attention to detail is really nice. This is truly gorgeous. It's a 3 part cup, with a ...seam pattern like Comexim's plunges and the top portion of the cup is stretch lace. It's absolutely not shallow at all - definitely allows for plenty of immediate projection. Yay!! I think it would work well with all shapes except maybe extreme FOT or FOBs.
Sizing: Kinga uses Euro sizing, and 65 bands are the smallest available. 65H should convert to UK 30FF, and I find it runs big. The wires are wider than I need at 5.75" and the cups are deep for what should be an FF, at 10.6. I think this bra is more of a UK 30G than 30FF. So the whole thing is a little big on me, and as a result I lose a bit of lift and shaping. Since the stretch lace is asking for more boob than I have, I wind up with somewhat of a pointy shape. The cups are not stiffly molded at all, so I think this is purely a result of the bra being too big. The band is TTS, so it's also too big. It stretches to 30" - and straight to the tightest hooks it went on me.
The band is what it is. They don't make 60s. I could tighten the band. I cannot, unfortunately, make the cups any smaller. Ideally, I need to size down, and if all Kinga bras run like this one I'd say if you want to try them, it might not hurt to figure out what your UK equivalent size would be and then size down one cup. I'd love to re-order this in a 65G, so this bra will be listed. All you music loving 30G's out there - someone buy it so I can order a smaller one! Read more 304 more words
I decided to try this bra because I love purple in all shades, and that it was touted as being comparable with Ewa Michalak BM bras. After deliberating, I bought this set from AGBras to expand my Polish bra experience (at which time I was able to try a bunch of others as have all mostly been reviewed, with one more pending).
I really love the shade of this bra (see the picture noted as being accurate, because grey winter days make bra pictures hard to take sometimes). The matching bottoms are a dream fit and really pretty. I love the lace back. I can ...see the comparisons with the BM, but I think it’s its own cut.
As for the fit of the bra, I think it fits pretty well, but I feel like I have a more flattering look with the BM. This bra is a 4 part cup, covered with a beautiful lilac lace. The upper section of the cup is a little bit transparent, and it’s got a stretchy elastic lining the edge. As most of my regular readers know, I don’t generally do well with the stretchy strips that line cup edges. There are a few only that have been no problem, most are a big problem, and this is one of the sort of ok ones. It’s not seriously digging into my soft tissue, but it is enough for some shirring at the edge.
The cup shape is slightly rounded, but natural like the BM - however, from the front profile, the shape appears different because the edge of the cups is a bit more horizontal than the BM, which is in part due to the gore being a bit taller. The gore on the BM is lower and offers an almost plunge look in me in my size. So in my opinion, the shape of the BM (and subsequently the SF) is more flattering to me.
The band is about the same as the knitwear bands I have on my BMs, and about as firm and snug as the 65FF Cabernet was when I got it almost a year ago. That said, something about the band was nagging me and I have since forgotten, but if I can remember it the next time I wear it, I’ll edit this. I wanna say it’s the hook tape that’s irritating, but I don’t remember.
Wires are appropriately narrow, and possibly border being too narrow for me. My tissue is soft so when I’m leaning forward to swoop and scoop, I can get it all in the cups, but I might need just a titch more room. I don’t think the straps are any better or worse than the BM, but maaybe a teensy bit less wide.
Overall, it’s a fairly good fit and mostly comfortable bra, and I like the set, but I think BM/SF is my better fit between the two. Read more 382 more words
Yvette is another beautiful semi-soft style from Kinga.
After Calluna experienced fit issues, I figured I would review it to show how it fits me in the exact same size (I have bigger breasts of a COMPLETELY different shape).
This form is the most deep and narrow of their semi-softs. That being said, I think I *could* take a bigger size (65H) but I like the lift and cleavage created by 65G and since I don't quad in it, I stay at this size despite always having a gore that floats at the top. It really is only at the top, is created by the fullness ...in my upper center quadrant and does not cause any discomfort. *This style is VERY good for showing this fit issue- it is sheer near the gore, so you can see that my breast tissue is far away from it. Thank you my dear implants for providing me with this all-around 360-degree projection 😜
Side note: next time I'll try the 65H to compare fit #brascience
The bottom of the cup is beige corsetry foam that is covered with a very stretchy black lace. (The inside of the foam is covered with soft black jersey.) The top/soft part of the cup is embroidered mesh. It is quite simple but lovely. Basic black satin bows and a crystal charm for decoration at straps and gore.
Band is black powermesh. Comfortable, TTS. In this size there are 3 rows of 2 hooks.
Matching thongs are very comfortable and a nice cut. TTS for a S in this brand.
I love this form from Kinga and will continue to buy more. Read more 167 more words
This was a from rachaelll. She offered it in exchange for the Panache Ava I had listed, and as I’d never tried this brand before, let alone anything like it, I decided to go for it. She said that it’s a little bit too big for her, which meant it might also not fit me, and in this case, my assumption was correct.
This bra doesn’t fit me in many ways, despite being a pretty and unique bra. The cups are a little bit too big, deep, and tall, yet the padded lower section somehow feels like it is too shallow and wants to slip ...out of my imf. Looking at the side profile, it has a look of depth at the wire. And the band feels snug and firm enough. It’s very strange, to be honest. I have a very odd fit from the side...it’s rather pointy and triangular (and not in a natural way), which I can’t tell if it’s a size issue or a shape/style issue. The straps feel wide and the whole thing is up in my pits and hugely uncomfortable. Is it a size issue? Would a smaller size fit better in this area? No idea. The embroidery in the armpit area is also a bit irritating, perhaps because it’s a tall cup.
Now there are several nice things about this bra, though nothing that outweighs the negative fit aspects. Because it’s a semi soft, it’s lightweight since it’s not fully padded, and the padding feels lighter and softer than some. It’s also likely to dry faster. The sheer mesh on the upper section is nice and soft. The strip at the top is not a problem, but it’s possible that a smaller size would be. The straps feel really soft.
I’m curious to see how AGBras finds this bra as she got the same size as well, and our shapes are quite different. I’m definitely softer, less upper fullness, close set, etc. I’ll be listing it to pass on to someone who is a little larger and/or fuller on top than I am. I’m still game to try more Kinga at some point, but this is not the style for me. Read more 265 more words
The bra is constructed of a lovely soft animal print microfibre and delicate black lace. Lower cups and wings are made of the print microfibre. The upper cups and cradle are of lace. And that bow? I'm not a fan of big bows, but this oversized hot pink satin bow against the black and animal print is pretty cute, I have to admit.
The band is black power mesh. It measures and feels TTS. 3 rows of 2 hooks.
The cups are classic semi-soft 3-part construction.
The cups on this semi-padded bra are wider and shallower than those on my Kinga Semi-padded Anafi, which is of a different form. While ...Anafi fits me perfectly, this one does not.
Because the cups are not as deep, I can not get a tack at the top of the gore and because they are too wide, there is a little empty space under my armpit.
However, it is not enough to prevent me from wearing this bra very comfortably and enjoying it.
I have already worn it for a full day and it does not slide down out of my IMF nor does it cause any discomfort whatsoever. It offers great support and I love the profile from front and side under clothes.
While 854 isn't my favourite semi-padded form from Kinga, if they make a super pretty style in the future in this form, I will not hesitate to buy it. Why? See above.
Also, because I have another bra of this same form and same size, Addicted, which fits better. #headscratching...
The thongs for this set came with little strappies on them a la harness style. I cut them off (yes, I perform panty surgery as well as wire-bending bra surgery). Now I have beautiful, simple animal print and black lace thongs.
As always, I have to thank MagdaBras4you who goes out of her way to provide stellar customer service and always gets me the lingerie that I want from Polish companies. Read more 219 more words
MY SHAPE: Projected, center full, close-set, tall and narrow roots.
THE TAKEAWAY: A beautiful plunge bra with removable cookies (the pockets are partially sewn shut). Cups are about 6" across, which like Kinga in general is a little bit wide for me, but probably would have been comfortable enough if this had been the right size for me. Band was fine -- 24.75" when it arrived, 29.5" hard-stretched. A pretty TTS 30/65 band.
DETAILS: I wanted so badly for this bra to work -- I love Kinga's so-called padded plunge* designs -- but I knew it was a long shot. My center fullness doesn't usually get along very ...well with plunges to begin with, and Kinga's plunges only appear to go up to 65H... which is one cup too small for me. (See my happy review of the 65I - Kinga » Sapphire (BC-444), one of Kinga's very lightly padded "semi-soft" bras, where I was a wee bit unsure whether an H would work for me.)
As an additional note, the straps on this bra are narrower than my 65I, probably because that's where Kinga's decided to delineate between lighter and heavier breast tissue. (Or, as one bratabase user once called it, "the GG divide" in Panache bras... I'd ordered a G and a GG, and noticed that the GG had thicker straps.)
Kinga continues to have two-hook bands, but spaced more widely than two hooks usually are, which I personally find increases my comfort compared to the two-hook Cleos I own -- it makes the band just a little bit wider and more sturdy. If I had my way, this would be a major trend! https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";)" />
*Again, they come with cookies! https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> So you can make these UNpadded, if that's more your thing. From what I can tell, they would then have the same very light padding that the semi-soft Kinga did, only all over instead of just on the bottom part of the cup.
It's possible that this bra would work with the cookies removed. Possible. But since the cookie pockets are partially sewn shut, I'm not completely sure I could remove the cookies without pulling out some of the stitching and thereby having to keep the bra. Alas!
IMPORTANT NOTE: The cup depth measurement reflects my unwillingness to pull the cookies out of this bra. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> Sorry. They don't feel VERY thick, about the same as an Ewa Michalak cookie if you're familiar, and I feel kind of like they mostly cost me depth because they make the cups less flexible, if that makes sense...
Since this bra doesn't fit at all, I can't really speak to its comfort. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> It's going right back... sigh.
Minor note: This bra, like most of the ones I've been buying lately, has a little bit of extra fabric at the end of the last row of hooks. I love this touch, it really improves comfort for me in some bras. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> Read more 410 more words
My shape is low set, short and narrow rooted, and soft.
This bra came to me through the generous Calluna . Thank you! It is in excellent condition, and it came with a matching thong (such a treat since I never get matching sets!). I'm so pleased with this set and I'm so happy that she was nice enough to pass it along to me.
The bra has a fairly tall cup height, which I wasn't sure would work for me. I'm pleased to say that it fits, but I don't have as much upper fullness as it could handle. However, my weight tends to fluctuate, and ...I know that it will still fit if I gain a few pounds or if I'm puffed up from my cycle. This kind of fit is my perfect fit... the kind that fits the size I am now but could still fit later if I'm a bit fuller as well. The shape is fairly rounded, but maybe a bit more natural shaped with the size I am right now. I'm good with it, since It still looks nice under a shirt. It's not as pointy as some plunges are on me, so I'm happy about that.
The band is a bit tighter than a true 30", which I need on my sub-30 inch ribcage. It has 3 sets of 2 hooks. The cup itself if a semi-soft, which means it has a lined lower cup with stretch lace on the upper section of the bra. It is my first semi soft, and I find it quite accomodating. It has the cut of a balconette with a three part construction. It gives support but allows for shape/size differences in the upper lace portion. The cup is a little wider than I typically need, but because my tissue is soft, it still fills up the space on the side and fits ok. The straps are fully adjustable, even on my low set tall frame. They are a little thin, but not at all uncomfortable. The gore has a tiny bow with a jewel on it.
The bra itself is navy coloured with a floral pattern that is subtle and quite pretty. I liked this set when I saw it on calluna.
Overall it is comfortable, pretty, supportive, accomodating, and good quality. Thanks again calluna! Read more 280 more words
When I tried it on initially and took a little video of the fit for AGBras , I said “yasss” initially. I do still really like it, but it’s not quite right in the fit after a day of wear. It’s a super cute Kinga semi soft with a bit of a stretchy upper lace portion.
The fit is a little tight in the band, and with a full day’s wear at work, I could feel the wires trying to slip down. I was aware of this bra a lot of the day I was wearing it. I did find the wire marks appear to ...follow my roots pretty well, so I suspect that it might be a wire shape issue, or maybe related to the band being a tad snug, because it seems like it should be deep enough at the wire. I did have the same problem with the other Kinga semi softs I have tried.
The print is super cute and the matching thong was pretty comfortable once I found the sweet spot. I feel like it’s not quite right. I want to love it. I’m going to try it with the extender next time and see if I have a different/better experience with it.
A note with a lot of the Kinga and Gorsenias: I feel like the gore is both a bit too wide and tall for me.
My soft, even to fob, functionally short breasts do feel good and secure in the semi soft styles but I think I prefer a fully lined or fully unlined bra. Read more 158 more words
I have only tried this on super quickly, but I love how supportive I feel in this. I have a tiny bit of quadding on the left side, but nothing that would necessitate going up a cup size. The band fits nice and firm on me too. I took a stab on the size with some help from Jj. I definitely need more Kinga bras!
This bra is a beautiful blue grey lace with silver threads.
It's a 3-part soft balcony cut, Form 801, which I find to be more horizontal across the top than most of my other soft balconies from Gorsenia, KL, Ewa, etc. It's look leans to a soft half cup, but with more coverage and depth at the wire.
It's lined with colour-matched silky soft polyester lining. I have never seen this before and it creates such a soft interior on the bra. It's wonderful!
Straps are smooth and unadorned. They're fully adjustable with silver metal sliders.
At the gore is a small satin bow and a moonstone and crystal charm.
The ...band is matte knitwear. I find this band to be just a little tighter than my other 65G Kingas.
It also has creaky wires. Huh? I've had those in 1 Kris Line bra too. I wonder what causes it? It doesn't affect fit or comfort though and I only notice it while putting the bras on.
Straight out of the box, this bra fit me ok and tacked PERFECTLY. There is plenty of depth at the wire, but, the wires were a little wide (wider than my other Kinga softcup which is form 800) and I was seeing a teeny quad boob.