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Bras » Panache » Clara Full Cup Bra (7255) » 30H 30:11

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Fits ribcage75.3
B. perimeter30.8
Stretched Band74.8
Band Length64.0
Cup width15.2
Cup depth28.0
Wire length33.0
Cup height19.7
Cup separation1.6
Gore height10.2
Wing height10.5
Strap width1.7
Hooks3

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    Used to fit

    I bought this bra in the Charcoal/Black colour and I am in LOVE! It is just a gorgeous bra, and it fits my wide root/full on bottom shape perfect. The lower cup is a more structured material for support, while the lace upper is nice and stretchy, which is apparently the best kind of bra for me. For such a pretty bra, I am amazed at how comfortable it is. I love the vintage/retro vibe of this bra, especially since it gives me a nice rounded shape instead of that retro pointy boob shape. The band on this bra did seem to fit a bit more snug than other Panache bras that I have. I often wear 30 band bras on the tightest hook, but this one I wear on the middle. My one concern with this bra is that there is a piece of stretch lace detailing that starts at the top of the cup and runs up the band a bit...Although pretty, I just don't know how that detail will hold up with more wear.

    Charcoal/Black colorway

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    Didn't fit

    I purchased this bra in the Nude colorway. It is beautiful and well made, but just not compatible with my shape. I had previously tried a 30GG in Andorra and Jasmine, without any luck, so I thought I would try the Clara in a 30H. The wires are much too wide for me. I have empty fabric on the bottom and the sides. But at the same time, the top of the cup cuts into my tissue, causing noticeable quadraboob. The side of the bra also uncomfortably cut into my underarms. I will be returning this.

    So far, the Panache styles that work for me are the Floris in 30H and the Envy in 30GG.

    I purchased this bra as part of my continuing journey to find the perfect "nude" bra to wear under t-shirts or thin shirts. On to try the next, I guess!

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    Updated on Sep 27, 2015 Flag this


    • Yes, I was afraid it would be too shallow, as lovely as it is. I'm a 32J and floris is my best fit. The Envy fits me, but is not comfortable. The Envy in nude isnt an option for you? I have considered getting an Ewa Michalak S in nude - its my next best fit, I think, but up a cup. or two.

    • I have an Envy in Ivory and I may get it in nude. I prefer the "front-and-center" shape I get in Floris. Envy gives me more of a rounded, but wide shape. A wider profile from the front.

      I have the newest Marcie in Nude in a 30H. I'm in between sizes in Marcie... 30GG is a bit too tight and the 30H is too loose on top. It is ok/passable, but the quality of Panache is so much better than Cleo (3 hooks, firmer bands, softer straps, etc). So, I continue to look for Panache and other styles.

      Next, I want to try some Fantasie styles. The only one I have tried is the Rebecca and that was a disaster on me! I haven't tried any of the Polish brands yet, so that is on the list of "to-do's" also!

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      I tried 2 fantasies, Jana which was droopy and Lois which was just . . . weird. Probably actually a decent fit but I disliked the color and there was a strange indent.

      The EM S is rounder than the floris, but more projected than the Envy, at least on me. The SM was too shallow and the BM I have is too small. I will probably order another S when they have one on sale next.

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