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Bras » Panache » Clara Full Cup Bra (7255) » 36J 36:13

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Fits ribcage91.4
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band94.5
Band Length77.3
Cup width19.6
Cup depth36.1
Wire length40.5
Cup height26.4
Cup separation2.0
Gore height11.5
Wing height13.0
Strap width1.9
Hooks3

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    Didn't fit

    Pretty much agreeing with what everyone else has said -it's gorgeous on, pretty similar to the Panache Andorra Full Cup (5675) , and wrinkles from being too shallow in the bottom. Subjectively, I'd say the wires are lower than at least the older models of Andorra (haven't tried a recent one), and possibly slightly narrower, though I wouldn't call it a narrow bra. The straps are also miles better, being the thicker kind with felting on the back they use in Jasmine, for example. The vertical seam in the bottom of the cup also comes up higher, and I'd say it runs a little bigger than ... my pink 36J - Panache » Andorra Full Cup (5675) , as I quadboob after scooping in that, but not in this.
    I found the band quite true to size, and need to wear it with an extender.

    I reeeeeally wish that bottom section fit better, as the black/gold coming out is ridiculously gorgeous, but it's hard to justify two of a beautiful bra that's not an awesome fit.

    Edit: actually, I wouldn't just say it's a shallow bottom section, more a shallow inner/bottom section. Most of my pulling is in the inner quadrant, closer to the gore.

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    Updated on Apr 10, 2014 Flag this


    • I realize it's been some months, but do you still have this bra? Would you be willing to give measurements? I realize it'd have been stretched out a bit, but I'm considering this bra, and... I'd love to make an informed ordering decision =) (many thanks either way!)

    • Eep, I do, I've been so swamped with real life things I haven't been on here in months. I can probably find a chance to get to this in a week? Probably too late for you though, sorry. :(

    • If you don't mind, I'd still love to know. My bra budget is so small, I've been scrimping and searching measurements, lol. So I haven't bought anything yet.

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    Didn't fit

    The emerald green colorway is quite beautiful, although there is more lace than I prefer. The fabric is different from other Panache bras I have tried. While the others have had varying degrees of roughness and stiffness, the Clara is supple and stretchy, making it refreshingly comfortable. The wires seem softer as well, really hugging my body as I move, rather than clamping down. Finally, the wires are not as long - athough I still get some discomfort from the awkward cut of the armholes, the wing is set lower or something, making it more roomy. As poking and aggravating armholes are my biggest complaint about Panaches, this ... is a surprising and welcome turn with the Clara. I feel like I could lounge all day in this bra.

    Of course, all that luxury comes with a price, and with the Clara, it seems to be support. The softness and stretchiness of the fabrics and wires, along with the lower coverage of the cups make the Clara a more bouncy bra than others.

    Another difference with the Clara is the presence of a side sing inside the cup. It barely reaches any distance on my breast, so I'm not sure it's doing any good. In general this bra does not have as much side-support as, say, the Jasmine or Envy or Thea, resulting in, not an east-west appearance, but nevertheless a wider, rounder shape rather than decidedly front-and-center. Like the Envy, the Clara has a band that is not one solid strip, but two pieces that criss-cross at the gore and attach on the opposite cup.

    Lastly, projection. The Clara is shallower than the above-mentioned Panaches. Too much so for me, although it was so comfy I was tempted to keep it anyway. (Well, this one was too big, but if I sized down a cup or so.) I really wish Panache would make a hybrid of this bra and, say, the Envy: lower wings/shorter wires with deep bottom cups.

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    Emerald colorway

    Updated on Jul 19, 2019 Flag this


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    Hasn't set fit

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    CHARC?BLAC colorway

    Added on Oct 17, 2018



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    Didn't fit

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    Added on Oct 28, 2015



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    Hasn't set fit

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    pink/dove colorway

    Added on Sep 13, 2017



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    Didn't fit

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    Red and Black colorway

    Added on May 09, 2018