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Bras » Paramour » Madison Contour T-shirt Bra (255946) » 38G 38:7

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  1. 2

    Hasn't set fit

    This bra is great for heavy boobs. The cups are a firm 1/4 inch thick all over and they support heavy boobs well. This bra does not tack, the gore is too high for me so it sits on breast tissue. That said, this bra has been a go to for me and I have it in light and dark colors. The band is altered permanently but the size bought is a 38G.

    Nude colorway

    This bra's measurements have been altered
    Altered band,

    Updated on Dec 30, 2017 Flag this

    • Your darn straight this bra holds heavy bombs lol!!!! I have such a love/hate relationship with autocorrect.
      It really looks like this bra is just too small for you and that you would be able to achieve a better fit with a larger cup size and your actual band size instead of shortening it.
      This is really quite a good looking bra!
      Please try to input the measurements for the bra!

    • I edited that twice! The cups are small but the gore won't tack because of being very close set. But the cups are thick and sturdy so they keep me well. Since they are seamless the thick cup is necessary. Until now and trying the Mimi, my Madison was necessary, the only support I had. The bra is a good one and I post the measurements for the cups and band.

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  2. 0

    Didn't fit

    Gap at the top of the cups, straps too wide - cut into underarms

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on Jan 22, 2015 Flag this

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