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Bras » Lepel » Bouquet Strapless Bra (19617) » 30DD 30:5

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Fits ribcage0.0
Stretched Band71.3
Band Length56.5
Cup width12.5
Cup depth21.4
Wire length24.7
Cup height14.1
Cup separation2.3
Gore height7.1
Wing height9.2
Hooks2

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  1. 8
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    Fits

    Ahhh I've done it! I've found the unicorn comfortable projected strapless! :DDDD Seriously, words can't express how thrilled I am to have finally found one that works for me. This runs small in the band and large (ish) in the cups. Full review on my blog :)

    Updated on May 28, 2016 Flag this


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    • 1

      What is the cup height?

    • 1

      Now this is great news! So happy it fits you. :)

    • 2

      Congrats on your unicorn! (:

    • 2

      What a lucky find. You look great! :)

    • 2

      Comfortable strapless seems like an oxymoron. ;-) Great news!!! Beautiful!!

    • 1

      Thanks everyone! :)
      I also thought that a comfortable strapless was impossible, but this one is amazingly soft. I've even worn it under sweaters and things just as a normal bra!

      amandafire I added the cup height, so you should be able to see it now.

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  2. 0
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    Didn't fit

    This is my first multiway as well as my first white bra in a non matrix size :) and it's is a pretty good fit considering the uncooperative nature of strapless bras. It really is comfortable. The wires are narrow and there is actually an impressive amount of projection. The straps are thin so they'll be hidden easily under sleeveless tops. It doesn't have enough immediate depth for me. Also the gore doesn't tack. I bought this off eBay and there is a snag on the gore. It looks pretty from a distance though. Overall I'm happy to finally own a multiway/strapless bra that doesn't feel like a torture device. It is especially comfortable as a regular bra with the straps attached. Runs a band size small.

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    Updated on Apr 05, 2017 Flag this


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  3. 0
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    Didn't fit

    Fits like 28E, slightly small for me all over. Tight band, pretty typical for Lepel. Not really padded, has thick lining. Would be good as a strapless option for self supporting breasts, would be risky for me to use it without the straps. I am happy with the shape it gives, but is about a cup small, so I spill over on my bigger side.

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    Updated on Jan 18, 2016 Flag this


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  4. 0
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    Didn't fit

    Whelp, the gore was a bit pokey but rotating the wire toward the underarm fixed it. I first thought the cups were way too large, but scoop and swoop proved me wrong. The biggest issue is that it feels insecure because my breasts don't sit in the bottom of the cup. Something about my shape must be incompatible with the bar's shape. The straps are also really far to the outside - if I were going to wear it with straps I would definitely alter it. Ultimately, I think a different shape is needed.

    Updated on Apr 16, 2013 Flag this


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  5. 0
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    Didn't fit

    The underwire seems to go too far under my arms, I'm pretty sure it's not supposed to do that, so I'm going to be returning this. Otherwise it would be a perfect fit.

    Updated on Dec 04, 2012 Flag this


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    Hasn't set fit

    Didn't write a review

    Added on Apr 16, 2017