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Bras » Panache » Andorra Full Cup Bra (5675) » 32DD 32:5

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Fits ribcage76.6
B. perimeter24.1
Stretched Band81.3
Band Length65.7
Cup width12.9
Cup depth21.4
Wire length23.5
Cup height14.1
Cup separation2.1
Gore height7.1
Wing height9.3
Strap width1.5
Hooks2

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  1. 1
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    Didn't fit

    This bra is super comfortable. Measured/ "usual" size too small/cups not deep enough. There is a bit of retro pointiness going on but I don't mind it. Going to try a cup size bigger.

    Updated on Jan 14, 2018 Flag this


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    • Hope the cup size up fits well!

    • Hope the cup size up fits well!

    • I agree that cup is too small but wanted to make note that the wires are not in your IMF. When putting on a bra, make sure you push wires into your IMF. I bend over, pull the straps on, push the under wires into my IMF/tissue, latch the back of the bra, then go in and scoop all my tissue into the cups from bottom and sides. This makes sure bra is sitting correctly and that all tissue is in the cups.
      I hope the next cup size works for you!

    • I feel like nothing stays in my IMF!!!! I am wearing a CK bra up there and it feels weird. I guess it just doesn't feel right to me. I've never, as long as I remember, had a bra fit in my IMF. Will I get used to this sensation?? I am used to having my wires sit on my ribcage.

    • I actually find myself pulling the wires out of my IMF because it is not comfortable/feels weird!! Anyone else have this problem???

    • I think I was supposed to/meant to put LeProfessor -- just realized you can tag people in these comments!! duh..

    • If you keep wearing the bra in your IMF you will get used it.
      I used to do the same thing, it's a tactic women whom wear bras that have bands that are too big and cups too small. In an attempt to find the most room in the smaller cups.
      The wires should be encircling the breast while still being on the ribcage. The wires cannot support the breast unless they are right under the breast which is probably why you've always like very full coverage bras. They help pick up the support that the bras under wire is not providing!
      If you make it a habit to have the under wire in your IMF , ivyleaf , you should get used to it and will feel more supported overall.

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  2. 0
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    Fits

    I have this in 32DD and 30F and I will write reviews for both. I consider both to fit me albeit slightly differently. I am still figuring out my shape and what fits me.

    In short, the Andorra is the first bra that really makes me happy.

    First of all, the material is lovely. The lace is soft and nicely stretchy, but it holds the shape. This is probably what makes it work for me. Reviewers online have said that these stretchy lace allows the bra to work for a variety of shapes because it adapts to the breast and I see how this might be working for me. I ... often tend to have some folds in the upper part of the cup as well as some quadboob. I suspect that this is because I have soft yet broad, wide rooted breasts. But with this bra, there are no folds and only a very little gap on my smaller breast - I think that it might be because of the elastic lace. The lining material is also soft. The pearl colour is soft but I do wish they also made it different "skin" colours.

    As far as the shape is concerned, it is uplifted (most uplifted I have ever worn so far) and moves the breasts forward. It is more like the green shape (bras I hate and love blog) which is what I like on my body type (somewhat hourglassy). It definitely holds them in place. The only slight problem I have as far as "shape" goes is that sometimes the seam does not lie as flat as I like against my skin. This problem was more pronounced when I first wore the bra. After wearing it a few times, I feel that it has gotten much better. I suspect that some seam will keep on showing, through drapier materials even if it lays completely flat.Maybe it is adapting a little to my shape.

    The fit is generally good. The 32 DD gives a more snug fit on the cups and feels a little tighter overall. The lower part of the cup fits perfectly. The shape feels a little more centered. There is some underarm spillage. Everything feels held in place.

    Overall, there are many pros such as shape, projection, support,elasticity, softness.

    For me, the two cons are the fact that seam shows a little and how I wish there were more "skin" toned colours so that this could be work easily under lighter colours.


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  3. 0
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    Fits

    I love this bra. The center gore doesn't stab or bruise my close set breasts. The band is nice and firm, not too tight. Everything is in it's right place. I feel lifted, separated, and supported. The shape is definitely more natural (tear shaped) but I kind don't have a problem with that. If you prefer a very round shape, perhaps look elsewhere. I find I'm a bit in between a 32 dd and a 32 e in this bra. I have both sizes and save the larger size for PMS.

    Updated on Apr 30, 2014 Flag this

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    Didn't fit

    This was the first bra I got when I was discovering sizes. As someone who grew up with molded cups, it was hard for me to adjust to the shape originally, but now I LOVE it. I've also found it's easy enough to cover up the seamed lines with a light camisole if my main shirt is too thin or tight. I recommend it for women of all breast shapes because the lace is nice and stretchy but still supportive. I recently purchased it in purple in a 30E and I interested to see how it compares.

    Updated on Jul 05, 2013 Flag this


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    Hasn't set fit

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    black colorway

    Added on Feb 23, 2015



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    Hasn't set fit

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    Added on Sep 12, 2015



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    Hasn't set fit

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    Added on Dec 06, 2012



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    Hasn't set fit

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    Bluebell colorway

    Added on Mar 23, 2016