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Bras » Panache » Porcelain Moulded Strapless (3370) » 30FF 30:8

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Fits ribcage70.0
Stretched Band79.1
Band Length61.7
Cup width15.7
Cup depth23.8
Wire length27.5
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.1
Gore height4.3
Wing height9.7
Hooks3

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  1. 2
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    Didn't fit

    My shape: projected teardrop/FOB with super wide/tall roots and very close-set tissue in the middle.

    This review is for the nude colorway.

    The Search for a Strapless Bra, Part I: The Beginning


    I just got this bra because I didn't own a strapless, I had a cute off-the-shoulder top to wear, and it was the cheapest I could find in my size. It's alright, although I should note that I am not generally a fan of strapless, whether it be bras or anything else.

    I always have trouble with strapless stuff (dresses, tops, bras) making an inadvertent quad-boob effect not because they are too small, but because I have very tall breast ... roots, and nothing strapless is ever cut shallow enough on top for people my shape, with the exception of some corsets that have all the boning to support elsewhere and allow the cups to support instead of squash. This bra is no exception, and it is in fact a pretty significant culprit in the cups-at-the-wrong-angle-for-my-chest department: too much projection, too short and too quick to close on the top of the cup. However, since I am pretty sure that almost any strapless bra is going to be like this on me, I guess it's not any worse than any other.

    I have noticed the bottom of the cups wrinkling a lot, and I am a little concerned that maybe a 30FF in Panache is a cup size too big for me, but I think sizing down would also make the pseudo-quad-boob thing worse; plus, I have the orange-in-a-glass effect in lots of bras, so this is just be a combination of not being FOB enough plus the cup volume being at the wrong angle to contain more of my breast tissue. The wires are also not quite wide enough to contain all of my super wide roots on the sides.

    The center gore of most strapless bras are too high for me due to super-close-set boobs, but this one is actually pretty low! It's the reason I considered it in the first place, and I was not disappointed! Hooray! Thanks for the plunge, Panache!

    Also, it will slide down a bit, even hooked as tight as you can go, but all strapless bras slide a little, so again, no surprise here. I am sensitive to clothes things (scratchy tags, socks bunching around ankles, etc), so it bugs me, but like I said, it comes with the territory.

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    Updated on Dec 10, 2015 Flag this


    • Hi, I just read your review and was wondering if you ever found a good strapless bra? I have nearly the same shape as you and it's hard to find a strapless bra that's projected when most of them are SUPER shallow so that they 'stay on' so to speak.

    • My 30G - Gossard » Egoboost Strapless Bra (6288) does alright in that regard. It's still not perfect, and it might be too much of a boost for some of your clothes to still fit (seriously, it has double cookies), but it's the best I've found so far for my projection and tall roots. Plus, the band is wider than most others I've tried, and it is SUPER tight: I need a 28 in other brands, got a 30, and have just recently stopped using the extender I bought for it.

      I really want to try the Boux Avenue Angelina http://www.bouxavenue.com/bras/angelina-satin-longline-bra/100553.html , but I haven't had the chance yet.

    • Alright, thank you so much!

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  2. 0
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    Didn't fit

    Fits comfortably and gives decent support, but not a lot of uplift. Like most Panache bras, the wires are fairly wide and flexible, which almost makes it look like a minimizer. The detachable straps are nice--thin and unpadded. Something about the cup construction seems to cause it to crease under the cups. I think I've figured out what--the cups don't project forward from the underwire. Instead, they have a little bit of a flange. If there were more structure to the cups this probably wouldn't be an issue, but the cups are so flimsy that they fold over. When this happens, the cups are catching my breasts, not supporting them. Overall, it's a bad look. Putting the straps on fixes it, but that totally defeats the purpose.

    Updated on Apr 26, 2012 Flag this


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    Didn't fit

    I have the Porcelain Moulded in the strap version, and it's actually one of my more comfortable bras, so I had hoped this would be much the same. It's not. The band is too loose, so I know even after only trying it on, I would be pulling at this constantly, not feeling secure in it at all. It's being returned today. There are not a lot of strapless bras it seems, so it could be a challenge to find a really good one. The bra is very similar to the regular Porcelain, but it feels looser and less comfortable. The cups fit fairly well, but again, not quite the same as the regular.

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    Updated on Mar 23, 2012 Flag this


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    Hasn't set fit

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    Didn't fit

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    Added on Aug 21, 2014



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    Didn't fit

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    Added on Aug 14, 2013



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    Didn't fit

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    Added on May 21, 2013