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Bras » Natori » Reflex Push-up (730495) » 34G 34:7

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Fits ribcage85.7
B. perimeter29.2
Stretched Band92.7
Band Length70.0
Cup width18.0
Cup depth25.2
Wire length24.3
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.8
Gore height2.5
Wing height9.4
Strap width1.4

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  1. 1

    Used to fit

    Best bra I've found so far. Doesn't chafe my armpit area, gore is comfortable. It has padding along the outer edge of the cup, probably to push the boobs in the center. I have wide set boobs and it works for me. I wish the straps were slightly wider or felt a little more substantial, but I can see it working better this way under certain garments.

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    Updated on Apr 23, 2013 Flag this

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  2. 0

    Didn't fit

    Love the fact that there is padding in the bottom outer quadrant of the cups - usually a hard to fill area for me! I am quadboobing slightly after swoop and scoop, but not enough to be super noticeable under clothing. I would defintely prefer this in a 34GG though. Love the plunge. Super stretchy band is comfortable even through bloat/breastfeeding.

    Updated on Jan 16, 2015 Flag this

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      Natori uses US sizing so a 34G is actually a 34F uk (34:6). The next size up would be 34H (34:7) in this brand. They don't make the equivalent of a uk 34GG ( 34:10)

    • I don't know if you are prone to blocked ducts or mastitis but I know some nursing moms who have found that padding in bras tended to make it worse, especially if the cups were small. I am still nursing but I never wore anything padded so I can't speak from direct experience. I imagine it has to do with the shape and location of the pads. Just thought I'd pass that on!

    • Thanks for the heads up! I'm pretty far along in my nursing care (the youngest is 18 months) , so I'm not concerned about any nursing side effects at this time. Usually, when nursing an infant, I stick with those sport bralettes. :) So sexy!

    • Oh good! LOL at the sport bralettes. I could never figure out a workable size in that type of article, so I spent a bundle on Anita Maternity wired nursing bras for the early months both times.

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  3. -

    Hasn't set fit

    Didn't write a review

    Added on May 25, 2016