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Bras » Triumph » Doreen Non-wired Bra » 75K 34:11

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Fits ribcage0.0
Stretched Band89.3
Band Length72.6
Bust perimeter111.8
Cup width21.0
Cup depth32.0
Wire length33.6
Cup height16.5
Cup separation2.8
Gore height16.1
Wing height14.3
Strap width2.3
Hooks3

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  1. 3
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    Didn't fit

    I have a review of this bra on my blog http://curvywordy.blogspot.com/2012/01/my-quest-for-sleep-bra-triumph-doreen.html but can't link it as I have used it for the 36K I have already listed on this site.

    I was really impressed with this bra and the support it offered. However, for me the 34K had a band that was too big and cups that were too small. Unfortunately Triumph do not make this bra above a K cup so either I compromise and settle on this slightly ill-fitting bra or I continue my seemingly never-ending search for a non-wired bra to wear around the house and in bed.

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on Dec 09, 2015 Flag this


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      Please note that Triumph manufactures its bras in European cupsizes. Theoretically a EU-K-cup equals a UK-GG-cup.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cupumrechnung_en.png

      I'm thus not surprised that you found the cups too small.

    • Thank you for your comment. I did not know this - it seems crazy that the size in the label is shown as the UK size but in fact this is not the case. Very odd.

    • Royce makes some softcup bras up to a true UK-K cup. This is what I can recommend trying.

    • I had the chance to see a Royce sports bra in a J cup and it ran *very* small. It led me to believe they were running under US or EU system.

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  2. 1
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    Didn't fit

    This is my everyday bra. K is the largest cup size available at the moment for Triumph Doreen and 34" is the smallest band size. Oh how I wish they would just go down to a 32" and an L cup. This is a very supportive bra with bones at the side and no underwire to dig in. The cups give quite good coverage, just a little tight for me. Strange that on the K cup Doreen the double layer of fabric support between the cup stops about an inch short of the top, whereas in a larger band H cup I have it goes all the way to the top. Does anyone know why this is? I know I could get prettier bras in my size but most have an underwire and don't feel as if they give the same support.

    Updated on Aug 30, 2014 Flag this


    • I recently bought a Doreen and I agree it's a super supportive bra!! You know something is odd about the band lengths--a 34 in larger cup sizes is FAR longer than a 34 in smaller cup sizes. I have a 34F and it is as tight as any 30 band I have ever tried on.

      I don't know why the design is different in H and K in the bridge between the cups. Perhaps the higher band sizes are comsidered plus size designs and as such have additional reinforcements?

      Do you avoid underwires because they press downward due to the weight of the breasts, or is it because you've found it hard to get a correctly fitting underwire that is neither too narrow nor too wide? I definitely love nonwired bras myself, but as you point out there is a problem of availability and choice in smaller band, larger cup options. A well-sized underwire that truly matches your anatomical shape can be just as supportive.

    • My breasts are very heavy and underwire bras cut in to me. Its also very difficult getting just the right width of cup and shape of wires. Non wired just seem to hold things together better.

    • Yes I have heard that before from many people. It's just a shame not to have more to choose from! Bra manufacturers are now starting to make more updated-looking nonwired bras but many of these seem to be contoured/padded. The majority of the unpadded ones are in the maternity or nursing segment of the market. Even with these I do have a few quibbles about the design; I find the underbust bands are not wide enough, unlike the old fashioned designs like Doreen, Playtex 18 hour etc.

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  3. 0
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    Didn't fit

    Well made bra providing firm support, although I do wish they would extend the cup range beyond K. No underwires so comfortable under my bust. One inch wide straps stay in place though after years of carrying my heavy bust around they have left a 1" wide dent in my shoulders. Deep side is good but wish they would expand to four or five hooks at the back in the larger cup sizes.

    Updated on Dec 17, 2017 Flag this


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  4. 0
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    Hasn't set fit

    Mesured for information of the comunity.
    No adapted size, very to small for me !

    Updated on Mar 08, 2014 Flag this


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    Hasn't set fit

    Didn't write a review

    Added on Apr 09, 2015