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Clara Full Cup Bra (7255)

Since AW2013 - Non-padded full cup bra with side support panel and stretch lace in the upper part of the cup. More...

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  1. 7
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    32F

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    I'll have to review this again in a few months for sure, but as of right now, with a few modifications I have never had a bra look like this on my body before.

    The pictures I took made me REALLY see my own shape, what I'm supposed to look like in a bra and what support is supposed to feel like. I learned that I don't like too tall a gore, which led to me learning how to modify gores and wires and I bought some meshy athletic fabric that's coming for me to pad a little bit behind the gore and behind another itchy spot. I learned ... that I had quilting soap in the back of my closet and that you can use that for bras!

    The uncomfortable parts: I've worn sports bras for... pretty much my entire bra life. So having a real band is taking some getting used to. The gore itches like mercy and I'm not quite sure why, I'm hoping it was excess soap but I'm going to probably sew a tiny thing on the inside to protect my skin from it, and I'm going to bend the wires a bit so it isn't touching as hard. The part where the bra cup turns into the strap has some lace that itches as well so if you have super sensitive skin you might have to do a little modification of this bra.

    I don't know what it'll be like in six months, but as of 3/17/2017, Panache is getting some money from me.

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    • So beautiful on you! Hope the mesh helps; itchy is not an adjective I want associated with my bra ;-)

    • 1

      wow, that does look great on you!

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      Thank you so much! I'm kind of body-negative toward myself, and seriously, posting this bra to this site and to the ABraThatFits Reddit was an amazing experience.

    • <3 <3 Let the love flow :-) :-)

    • 2

      So beautiful on you! Bratabase really helps us all feel better. We are all different and we are all beautiful in our lovely lingerie.

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      Looks beautiful! Congratulations on finding a bra that makes you feel good about yourself! It's amazing how a properly fitting bra can lift your spirits and give you a nice confidence boost! As time goes on, you may start to get more used to lace and mesh and snug bands. Good luck with your future purchases!

    • Congrats on finding a bra that brings out your beauty! I too have issues with scratchy bits, but can usually address them in one or more of the following ways:
      --When "clear" thread is cut too long, it pokes. Carefully trimming back those unruly threads works wonders.
      --Bra tags can be tacked down to not poke and rub with a well placed stitch or two.
      --Rough new fabrics can be given a helping hand at break in with a gentle application of a fine grit sandpaper or emery board. This should be VERY done judiciously so as not to ruin your garments.
      --Pharmacies sell something called "moleskin" in the foot care section that is soft/plush and can be applied over areas like gores that may be too stiff/uncomfortable in a new bra. There is usually an adhesive backing but if you aren't handy with sewing, this can be a real boon.
      --I have gone as low tech as overlaying a problematic part of a new bra with a piece of whatever soft fabric of have laying around, then settling myself into it. This won't work as well when it warms up but I'll worry about that when winter ends. :)
      Enjoy you bra journey!!

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  2. 6
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    34GG

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    The fit of this bra isn't perfect, but it's pretty darn close. I have a fun backstory with this bra though (sorry it's a bit long)-

    I've been breastfeeding continuously for 3.5 years. During that time I've been pretty prone to clogs anytime I even LOOK at a wired bra, so I've been mostly wearing bras I affectionately call "stretchy beige tarps." My youngest baby is a little over 1 year old and only nurses twice a day now, so I was VERY excited to make a trip to the local fancy bra boutique (Breakout Bras!) and have a proper fitting. Even before I got pregnant, I was wearing ... super old stretched out bras. I honestly can't even guess what size they were. In preparation for my fitting, I measured myself and followed the directions on r/ABTF and come up with a size somewhere in the neighborhood of 34G/GG. That seemed about right to me, I knew my band was 34ish but I couldn't find cups big enough in stores. I planned a girls' luncheon with my friends to try on bras, and off we went.

    When I got to the bra boutique, the clerk (fitter? salesperson? I don't know her actual title!) gave me a once over in my stretchy beige tarp and declared me a 32HH. I was skeptical I'd be able to breathe, but figured she was the expert, so I eagerly waited while she brought me some bras to try. She brought a mix of Elomi, Fantasie, and Panache bras... everything was VERY full coverage. Not that I really requested super sexy/plunge stuff, but I'm very petite and have a short torso, and full coverage bras always feel like they come up to my neck. (I've since determined that my shape is very short-rooted/high set, narrow, and projected. I'm 5'2" and my bra band in the back is usually only 4-5" above my pants... super short torso.)

    So I started trying on these bras, and I could BARELY fasten them... as in, if my ribcage were even 1/4" bigger, it wouldn't have happened. I was worried I was going to break/rip the bras. In hindsight I am certain the wires were probably distorted in everything I tried on. To say I was uncomfortable would be putting it mildly... my "break the tape" measurement is 32.5" and most 32" bands are painful. I told the woman that was helping me, and she dismissed my concerns, and said I'd get used to it. In all the bras I tried on, the straps had to be adjusted as small as they could possibly go. I realize now this was a sign that the cups were probably a bit too big and she was pulling up the slack (and they all still gaped a bit on my smaller side); it didn't actually make the straps too short. What it DID do was pull all the cups straight up into my armpits (I'm sure the super tight band and wire distortion played a part as well). The upper/outer sides of the cups were digging into my Tail of Spence and armpit and the area was red/raw feeling after about half a dozen bras. Again, I was told it was just because I'd been used to nursing bras, and I'd get used to it. She never took any bras back to try a different size, and according to her the band looked great.

    Despite these red flags, I really liked several of the bras she brought me. My very very favorite was this bra - the Panache Clara in Duck Egg blue. When it came time to pick one to purchase, I picked a Fantasie Rebecca (basically a beige t shirt bra) and this one in a 32HH. The last step at the boutique is that a manager/supervisor has to come over and "approve" your fit. Well, the manager didn't care for the fit of this one. Not for any of the reasons I would've cited though; she said it looked like the gore and armpit wires were too high on me and even if it were comfy then, it would bother me within a couple of hours. She did not approve it for purchase. (I think I could've bought it anyway, but forfeit returns? or something, I didn't push it.) So even though it was beautiful and I'd made all my friends that were with me come look at it in the dressing room because I loved it so much, I didn't take it home that day... which is probably for the best because it was a 32HH.

    I spent the next month obsessively reading bra blogs and reviews and measurements on Bratabase. I ordered a bunch from Amazon Prime just to try different sizes. And, lo and behold, I determined that a 34GG was a MUCH better fit for me in Panache bras! So I bought this one and am very tempted to wear it to the bra boutique, just to show it off. The fit is great now, the band is comfortable, the wires are comfortable (for Panache), the cups fit perfectly (it's like a second skin!), the straps are adjusted properly, it encloses all my tissue, and the cups are not up in my armpits/ToS. It's a bra miracle. I even posted a photo here in Bratabase, I was so excited about the fit. When I opened the package from Amazon and tried it on, angels sang. I lounged in it and read a book in bed, it was THAT comfy.

    It's not quite perfect - I am still a short person and it does have a tall gore (it comes higher than the majority of my breast tissue), but I think I can bend it just enough to make it work. I also think I could use just a smidge more projection near the center (just below/beside the gore). The bra fits strangely in that region (it's that inner triangle of fabric near the center), and it creates an oddly flat area, but you can really only feel it, not see it, because of the location. My only other complaint (if you could call it that) is that the wire swings a bit wide under my arm, and ends up about 1" past the end of my breast tissue. It doesn't bother me comfort-wise, just worth noting for others that have narrow roots. The lace around the band is a bit stiff but I fully expect it will soften up after a few washes/wears.

    Moral of the story: Don't let someone else tell you what bra you are comfortable in!

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      Way to go!!! Inspiring story :-) :-)

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      And, beautiful!!

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      Awesome! I have a fancy shop 3 miles from my house. I've been there twice. once just to buy extenders. The other time I tried on bras, but hated it. I hated their snotty attitude and how difficult they make everything. I called once asking if they'd be getting a specific bra in in my size, and they said no but they could special order it - yeah, they have NO returns under ANY condition for special orders so why on earth would I do that?

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      I have a love/hate relationship with that store right now. On the one hand, I don't care for the whole fit thing I described above. Who does that? Like, I am trying to give you money. Don't say you won't allow it because you don't think I'm comfortable enough. How condescending! Who can really be a better judge of my comfort than... me?

      On the other hand, it's very convenient to have a great selection of bras (including Comexim!) I can try on within a 30-minute drive. And they do surprise grab bags a few times a year, which is super fun, and they constantly do sales and things for locals. And their fitting tips on the website are great, I see them mentioned all the time! I did complain to a manager about my experience, and they gave me a really good coupon.

      Sigh. Bras are hard.

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      Well, to be fair, when I was a 32J (UK) they only had like 3 bras that fit. Now that I'm a 32JJ it'd probably be even less

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      I'm sorry to hear of your bad experience at Breakout Bras; I order from them occasionally and the fit notes are indeed helpful. But I'm glad you went with your gut and spoke with a manager about your experience. That fitter did not have the right attitude, nor was she very helpful. Hopefully she got the additional training she needed after your conversation with the manger, and it doesn't dissuade you from trying them again in the future.

      It seriously irks me when I read about folks who go in for a fitting and deal with snotty, high and mighty fitters who may know more about fit than you but also don't listen to your concerns or back down and change gears when they're found in the wrong. "Oh, this band is uncomfortably tight?" should be followed by "let's try the next one up" or "let me bring you a different size" not stubborn deflection.

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      They didn't really address it, in that they STILL insist I'm a 32 band and I have to really nag them to even let me try 34 bands. But I do still go there, partially because it's the only option, and partially because I like to support local businesses. I buy most bras online from Poland now, but I also encourage busty friends to go there for fittings (with the caveat that they seem to have reverse letterphobia and you shouldn't hesitate to tell them something is uncomfortable)!

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  3. 6
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    32GG

    Didn't fit

    Oh dear, this would be my epic dream bra if only it was more comfortable and fit better!
    The gorgeous rich colours, the stretch lace, nice rounded profile.. I absolutely love Clara's appearance!

    Tried this bra in a couple sizes (30H, 30HH, 32GG, 32H) and actually they all 'kind of' fit.. No major jumps in band and cup between sizes, stretch lace makes for a forgiving fit. The 30 band made the hard wires + gore too stabby for me. The 30HH and 32H were too full coverage for my taste. In the end I went for 32GG as it had the least issues. Clara works much ... much better for me than Andorra, which I tried (but hated) in a 30H. They're supposed to be sister cuts but I found the Andorra's cups less flattering and too tall.

    However, in Clara the fit is still not great and comfort-wise it could be better as well.

    Gore: too wide and too tall for my fairly close set boobs. At first it tacked like a bench screw, but I used pliers to bend the upper gore outwards. Somewhat better now, but still pokes my tissue in certain poses (reclining, leaning).

    Cups: too shallow at the bottom I guess? They tend to slide down from my IMF, leaving empty space at the bottom. Hoisting the cups up makes it better (should've added a picture), but this also causes the gore to be even taller.

    Wires: quite firm and long, but most of the wire length is in the gore, not on the sides. For me I don't like (or need) much side coverage, but others may find the sides too low.

    Straps: are mostly ok, but as usual they're too wide in my armpit area.

    Band: went with a size bigger than usual (32 instead of 30) because in this style it feels more comfortable than the 30 band.

    All in all this is a gorgeous bra IMO, and like I mentioned it is pretty forgiving size-wise.
    If you don't like hard wires and stabby gores, sizing up in the band helps a bit.

    Because of how much I like it, I'm willing to ignore some fit issues. And as for comfort, I can work a full day in Clara without it being too chafey. But because of the gore it is definitely not suitable for after-work relaxing on the couch in the evening. Matching panties are very pretty too and fit my bigger hips & bum well in UK size 14.


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    • Yeah, looks way too shallow. what a shame as its so pretty. It seems there are very few bras with enough immediate projection for me

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  4. 5
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    30F

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    • Yep, I'd have a wardrobe full of Claras if it fit. So pretty! I've always liked the slate, gold and lavender colorways. I've also noticed that dropping 1 or 2 cup sizes had helped me with Panache bras that were previously very uncomfortable on me.

    • I've been looking at this bra for a while and the review is very encouraging.

    • This bra looks beautiful on you. The Panache Clara is soooo gorgeous, I wish it were a very deep plunge, to suit my sternum.

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  5. 4
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    32J

    Fits

    Back when I was a 32H, I owned this bra, and loved it so much I collected colorways like they were Pokemon. I would literally go to Intimacy/Rigby and Peller and buy the colors they had in stock, then scour Amazon for the ones they didn't have. Then dark days came (i.e. I outgrew all my bras), and I frantically searched high and low for Claras in long-since discontinued colors. I eventually found it on eBay in both plum/silver and emerald/gold, and practically wept tears of joy when I tried them on. Yes, they do fit me in a 32J, which is fortunate since that's the biggest size the Clara comes in. The gore tacks, the wires are comfortable, and I don't get any quadding. The photos I took don't do the colors justice.

    Plum/silver colorway

    Updated on Jan 09, 2021 Flag this


    • It looks great on you. I love the Clara, such a beautiful bra, it hates me though 😂 The 28 band is too big and the wires are agony. I still have it sat in my drawer though!

    • It is a lovely bra. If you are going to Pokemon a model, this is a pretty good choice. :)

    • Heck yes I think the Clara is suchhhh a beautiful bra, my personal favorite is the peacock/petrol color with navy blue.

      Sadly I passed it on to a friend as it didn't fit me right, but I keep being tempted whenever I see a Clara online.

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  6. 4
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    34J

    Didn't fit

    I had Panache Andorra a few years ago, which is similar in cut to Clara. I can confirm that both bras are rather shallow.
    my shape: full on top (fot), medium wide tall root, center full projected.

    Actually I don't mind the wires on this one... they are quite good in width, height and shape for me. The cups however are quite shallow all over. The bottom part is too shallow and doesn't have enough projection. The wire wants to slide down and I have to adjust the wires up which is annyoing. The top section is made of stretchy lace which is good for fot shape, however there isn't enough room for my boobs in this bra. (I need 34JJ or 32K which they don't make) The band is okay but I would size down to 32 if I could. I like a firm band.
    I recommend this bra if you have slightly wide, tall and shallow breast shape - and it can work for fot with the stretch lace but maybe size up 1 cup size.

    Updated on Oct 01, 2020 Flag this


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      This is a such a beautiful bra!! This color is beautiful too. Such a shame it’s too small in the cup. Do you feel this one is less shallow than the Andorra? Or do you think it’s mostly the same?

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      braluv I have always admired this Clara style. It's indeed very pretty. I tried Andorra a few years ago but I remember it being similar, here is my review:http://bra.pe/XGO2/

    • Thank you! I will check out your review of it!

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  7. This is one of those times where it's important to note the colorway in review because it ends up fitting differently from the rest.

    Duck Egg Clara is indeed an abberation in fit compared to all the other colorways. It does have more room at the bottom, the wires do fit all right in my IMF where they belong, unlike with Heather or Slate/Teal. It is probably too much to hope Panache would go back to this particular cut on further Clara colors, as overall I rather enjoy the look of Clara, and the bottoms are just great (unlike Jasmine, sadface).

    With Clara I get a not outrageous but lifted, round appearance, and not exactly east-west but further separated look than Envy or Jasmine.

    Duck Egg colorway

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      The Clara is one of my favorite bras (I have 3, one is Duck Egg!). I agree with all your comments - lifted, round, not as centered as Envy/Jasmine, great matching briefs. I haven't tried the Heather or Slate/Teal colorways though - interesting to hear they all fit so different!

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      eryoptical , I've taken to understand the other colorways fit the same, just the Duck Egg is different. (Or perhaps, SO different from the others it's super obvious instead of subtle.) The Panache Orianne fits much like Duck Egg Clara, but with more coverage, (blues and golds gotta stick together, I guess) if you were considering trying that one.

      Also, I read your review on the Duck Egg Clara, and I think we have the same issue with gores as I'm also 5'2." My breasts start 5" below my collar bone, so 4" gore seems SUPER TALL on me, and I can't wear deep necklines with most of my Panache bras because shirts seem to expect more vertical chest space than I have. (Also, whereas Petite and Plus don't seem to go together.) Sigh.

    • Oh goodness, don't even get me started on how clothing manufacturers can't conceive of a person being both petite and plus size! It really irks me.

      Yes, Panache wires seem super tall on me, even though I don't find them uncomfortable. They're definitely visible in v neck shirts, even more so because I'm so short and most people are looking down to talk to me.

      I have Duck Egg, the beige Clara, and a teal/navy in 34g (which fits about the same as my others in 34gg but is slightly less comfortable because the g-gg jump is where they change construction). The beige one and Duck Egg do fit a smidge different, but I just chalked it up to the difference in individual bras! Good to know.

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      Yeah the advantage of being plus sized petite in a well fitting bra is I've had other women notice my gore tacks when theirs doesn't which sparks the "wait, how does that work" conversation. And I love helping, but also it'd be nice if I didn't have it on display so often, as it were. (Or, why Snug camis are my friend.)

      I do see some instances plus+petite being addressed in pants but never in tops/dresses. So, half of me is represented. :x

    • Plus size petites unite! 5'4" - my boobs and my hips are pretty much the biggest parts of me. I'm a little different than y'all in that I have a lot of center fullness, so taller Panache gores work well on me... but their wires can get pretty stabby in my armpits.

      My Duck Egg Clara is a really close fit. I get some quaddind unfortunately.

      Also, I know Talbots and Lands End offer plus size petites but they're not exactly the height of fashion. The sizing is annoying too. I have a 0X sweater from Lands End that's a great fit, but it's like, 0X, really?? And Talbots only goes up to 16 in plus petites - I tend to be an 18 in pants and 16 in shirts. But size 18 regular women's pants are often a poor fit, and size 18 plus pants are too long...argh!!!

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      I am 5'2, and petite pants never fit me, because of the shape of my waist. I wear short length, not petite

    • High fives!

      Panache/tall gores work fine as far as fit and comfort on me, they're just really tall, so I have to be careful about necklines. It's why I was super happy to see the Panache Ava Plunge (9396) and somewhat disappointed by it's fit issues.

      I get a lot of my clothes from Torrid and LoveSick because I have a more than ample rear, so their pants fit me well most of the time. Thankfully several of their jeans have a short or extra short version, and their cropped leggings are pretty much ankle length on me.

      Despite having a 45" bust tho' I can't wear any tops with buttons, they even gap in size 2. It's dumb. Otherwise I'm normally 0x or 1x and have just resigned the sizing to "whatever, it fits."

      Jockey also makes super comfy underthings and thermals that are quite forgiving in regard to size. I find myself happy in a large or 7 there, where as in Torrid bottoms I'm 1 or 14 , sometimes 16.

    • my boobs are very low on my chest, so i have only recently had a panache wire poke me in the underarm, and that was 32JJ floris, but not the jasmine. very tempted to get another jasmine. feeling like none of my bras fit, again. but i have 2 Ewas on the way. you know, in a month or two.

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  8. 3
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    32FF

    Hasn't set fit

    Beautiful bra! It's my perfect fit as well. I have a hard time finding unpadded bras that gives me the same round shape and lift. I tried the 32FF - Panache » Envy Balconnet Bra (7285) but it gave me a weird torpedo shape becuase I couldn't fill out the top of the cup correctly. This bra has a shorter cup, if that makes sense. I'm FOB and full in the center, usually I have some spill-over in the middle. The gore in this bra is really high and the stretchy lace keeps me from quadboobing.

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    30F

    Didn't fit

    MY SHAPE: round, projected, even, close set, on the narrow end of average root width.

    THE TAKEAWAY: Best for shallower breasts or breasts that don't need much immediate depth. Full cup + stretch lace on top half is quite accommodating and I think would work well for the whole range of vertical fullness. High gore is no bueno for close set busts. Band is stretchy, consider sister sizing down if possible.

    DETAILS: Partly because the fit issues in my 30E - Panache » Clara Full Cup Bra (7255) have become much harder to ignore since I've had a slew of really good fits lately, and partly just ... for fun, I decided to size up in the cup and give the Clara another shot in the new AW16 Slate/Teal colorway. My hope with sizing up in the cup is that I might get a smidge more depth and that would alleviate the bottom of the cup wrinkling I get in the 30E. No dice. While I daresay the top of the cup actually looks better (I get a touch of quadboobing in the 30E, but none in the 30F), everything else is all wrong: the wires are about 1/2" too wide, the gore is waaaay too tall and does not play nice with my center fullness, and what's with the fact that my nipples are STILL in the sheer portion of the cup? For real, what's with that?

    Clara, you're elegant AF, but you just won't work for me https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" />

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    • Beautiful! Thanks for sharing about the shallowness. I will avoid this beauty. Sigh. ;-)

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      Love4Pollinators I was starting to feel bad, I've been posting an avalanche of good fits lately - it was time to post up one that definitely, *definitely* didn't work ;)

    • I have been wanting to buy this as well (red/gold) but I am sure it does not suit me either as I need immediate projection as well. It's a shame as the bra is soooo beautiful :/

    • such a beautiful bra. It's been tempting. Thanks to your review I know this would never work for me.

    • Primula I know, this particular colorway is so gorgeous too :( I wish it was more accommodating for projected shapes!

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    34D

    Didn't fit

    This is a pretty bra. I love the color. The materials are soft, the details are nice. The quality is higher and it feels more comfortable than the 34D - Panache » Envy Balconnet Bra (7285), but unfortunately the fit is equally poor on me. The gore doesn't tack, and I have space at the bottom of the cup and quadding on top. I think this is what they call "orange in a glass." The band is really stretchy and doesn't have much substance - I feel like I look even lumpier and roll-y in the back than usual. I do like the low wings, the wires don't poke me. I think if the cup was cut a little higher and I went up a size, I might like the appearance better. As it is, the beige lace on the top makes the cups look even lower than they actually are, and I'm not a fan of the shape.

    Duck egg colorway

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on Oct 14, 2020 Flag this


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