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Bras » Limited Collection » Floral Lace Dd-gg Plunge Bra (T818256G) » 28E 28:6

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Fits ribcage67.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band68.2
Band Length52.1
Cup width12.3
Cup depth17.3
Wire length19.0
Cup height13.2
Cup separation2.4
Gore height2.6
Wing height8.4
Strap width1.4
Hooks2

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    Didn't fit

    *UPDATE after wearing for a 10 hour shift*
    NO.No.no. This bra does not work for me. At least for any lengthy amount of time. Perhaps I could wear for short periods. While the band was super awesome and kept the bra impeccably stable, the straps and under wires were intolerable as time went on. The cups go all the way up to the crook of my arm pit, and the straps too short (and frankly rough) and very wide. This mostly kept all my tissue and even my tail of Spence in the cup. I did find that I had to pull it in from time to time to ... keep it from getting trapped under the too tight strap. I could feel ever micro movement of my breast, after the first four or five hours every time I stepped down and my breast followed suit the under wire would dig into my chest even more than it already was. Between this and the straps the bra became unbearable. The top of the under wire dug in so bad on my side that it looked like I had a puncture wound when I took it off in the morning. Definitely made my bust look quite nice, not a whole lot of cleavage though. Perhaps the bra would soften with wear, but I'm not going to test this.
    *Original Review*
    This bra is quite gorgeous. I'm starting to wonder if I can actually fit molded cup bra's in my post-BtB size.
    When I first put on this bra my immediate thought was: "Wow,I don't actually need the straps." I then had to completely loosen the straps for comforts sake, they are quite firm and not very soft. But not uncomfortable. I never thought I would run into a bra that was too tall (on the outside of cup) with straps too wide! The cups do not feel too tall without the straps, so I believe if I were to move the straps in then I would no longer feel like the cups were too high.
    The cups are stiff and the under wires are fairly wide (although I do not think they are wide for the size). The cup is pretty small for the size as I am used to seeing a 6.5" depth on 28D, so I'd definitely say it's more of a 26E. The gore is quite low and the space between the outside of the wire casings is only about a centimeter.
    These cups would definitely be great for average spaced breasts that are FOT/even full everywhere except for the bottom of the breast. I imagine this is supposed to push the breast up, but there is no bump pad to assist with this. If I could get the cups to stay and not be pushed away by my breast, I would begin quading. I believe this will happen if I move the straps in as this would better help the cups stay where they're supposed to stay. A bra has to hold my breast quite firmly against my chest to make it take the shape of the very shallow bottom of the molded cup bra; such as this one and of the Deco.
    Which moves into my next point. I cannot get bra to stay in my IMF. Which I am sure is because it is too shallow at bottom of cup. I swore I pushed it up as high as I physically could. I thought it was IMF. Then I took it off and saw the clear wire marking below my IMF. I definitely think I could do with a bit more narrower of a cup, but it was perfectly acceptable.
    I yearn for the bra that will lift me, push me center and give me lovely rounded shape.

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    • It looks like a great fit!

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      I've read molded cups are hard to fit because you have to fit them exactly... good luck in your search!

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      The fit is pretty good for molded cup, MamaPagan when I first bought this off of Slava-Zone I did not know it was a molded cup! I just bought because it was pretty and measurements looked good, lol.
      Ty Sovavosi I really do not keep intending on buying molded cup, but I am surprised at how well this one actually fits.

    • Molded cups are indeed tricky, but usually, *almost* everyone can find at least one or two designs out there that work (even if they aren't technically a perfect fit--I have done shocking things to make a Simone Perele molded plunge work, hahaha).
      After reading so many of your reviews in a short period of time I am thinking, shape-wise, that you probably have more center fullness than is really typical for people with your overall breast volume. This is probably why many of the molded or padded designs intended for your shape fit too shallow, or cut in on the inner quadrant of the breast--there isn't really enough room for the full thickness of your breast tissue at that spot. Polish bras might be a good solution for you if you do want styles made in thicker materials or pushup/plunge styles, because they often have a nice amount of space in that part of the cup.

    • Thank you so much wendybien and I think I would do a lot to make a Simon Perele bra work too! I really love polish bras, so I will definitely be ecstatic if they work for me.
      And I think you are right about my breast shape/volume, it is nice to hear from some one else as I know we all have a sort of distorted view of ourselves. Trying to see something from the outside is difficult when you're looking from the inside!

    • I'm just finally seeing this now, so sad it didn't work out. :( This bra must definitely be from the +4 era, such a tiny band for a 28!! Hopefully it at least helped you learn a bit about underwire shape and bottom cup depth shape. Good luck with your next ones!!

    • I'm pretty sad it did not work out better Slava-Zone because it still looks super nice on me and I have never experienced a bra that held everything in quite like this one! For a molded cup, this one never gaped away from my body (probably because the cups are too small and the straps were about an inch to short) and the only time of felt like I had to readjust myself was to pull my tail of Spence back into the cup so it wouldn't be trapped under the painful straps. I'm thinking of installing a bump pad in the bottom of the cup and attaching better straps a bit further in so I can get some serious cleavage and a more comfortable bra. Bump pads seem to work well with my breasts. They're too projected and center full for shallow cups, but when I have the bump pad, my breast will sit on top instead of trying to force the cup away trying to fill out the too shallow bottom.

    • Hm that's a really interesting idea! The bottom of my breasts below the apex are quite flat, so maybe a more "shelf" like shape too fill out a shallow lower cup would be better than trying to find a super projected shape at the underwire... I guess technically then the bra would sit lower which might make my breast look low... I have a short upper torso, so I dunno, but definitely something I might try too! :)

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    Didn't fit

    November 2015 Update: I know for sure I took pictures of this bra originally, but after changing computers and phones a few times, they're probably lost forever. I've added new pictures. The band is definitely tiny, better for someone who needs a 24 or 26 band. Obviously, the cups are WAY too small. When I first put it on, I thought that maybe I could get some good uplift or cleaveage, but after swooping and scooping, you can see that all it does is cut in and STILL not push together even though my breasts are bigger. The cups are just way too wide apart. Apparently this would ... better fit as a tight 28D, so like a 24E or 26DD probably.


    Original 2014 Review: Not sure how this is different than the T81075418118G Plunge, other than the measurements. They look the same, but the plunge has an average depth of 7 inches, and this bra has an average depth of 6.7 inches. The second number is closer to mine, which came to just above 6.5 inches, which means the cups are definitely too small. While they are very open on top, they still cut in a bit. The give great uplift, but as others have be saying, the cups are oddly wide and outward pointing for a plunge bra that's advertised to give cleavage. Even with "chicken cutlets," I can't get cleavage out of this thing, which is what I was hoping this bra would do. Maybe I can make the center gore narrower? I have wide-set breasts and the only bra to ever give me cleavage was from Braologie but it's gone and been way stretched out and warped by now. I just want one "sexy outfit bra"!! XD

    I'll probably do a more in-depth review later.

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    Didn't fit

    This bra is great for shadow, and for 24 or 26 inch band. Was too tight for 28. Very cute, seems well constructed.

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    Didn't fit

    This bra is very shallow, and has a very small, firm band. The material doesn't feel particularly luxurious, but I've never worn it for more than a few minutes, so I'm not sure if it'd be uncomfortable to wear.

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    Updated on Feb 18, 2014 Flag this


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    Used to fit

    Fits a little smaller than the black one. Otherwise super comfortable, gore doesn't seem to dig in. wires about a thumb width to wide, but it seems to hold the migrated side boob. So it is good for now.

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    Used to fit

    Black Bra.

    The gore digs a little into my chest, but I am not sure if its just because I am not use to it. I will try bending it out. The wires seem a little wide, maybe a thumb width, but seems to pull all the migrated side boob into the bra and keeps it there. Super comfortable other than the gore, which I may just get use to anyways. Band feels snug and quite supportive and didn't ride during the day. It was awesome.

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