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    This is my second attempt at sewing a bra, and my first attempt at using a self-drafted pattern. Basically, this was designed to be a test of my basic pattern to check the fit and comfort. The sizing is a best guess based on the stretched length of the band, and the fact that my pattern was based off the size 19 cup on Foundations Revealed, indicated to be the same as 28:19/30:18/32:17 etc.

    This bra is wireless, and the band is a height which may possibly get the name longline from some companies, but this is by virtue of the fact that it has garment elastic on the ... lower hem instead of the usual blush hem elastic (the stuff you normally get on bras with the scalloped edges). Most of the materials are from a bra kit I purchased. The cups and cradle are made of a layer of apricot stretch lace and a layer of white non-stretch stabilising lining. The wings are made from two layers of powernet. The bra fastens with 4 rows of 3 columns of hooks and the straps are fully adjustable.

    For the curious, I measure 73cm/28.5" under and 118cm/46.5" over my bust when wearing this bra.

    The aesthetics of the kit tend to very feminine, but I think that I'd not mind buying a bra in apricot lace anyway. The apricot seems to be close enough to actually being a nude colour on my warm-toned fair skin. The kit was rated for 40DD-48C, and I had more than enough powernet to cut out two sets of wings with the extra hem for the elastic, but I wouldn't really want to make a much larger cup from the amount of cup materials provided. I feel like the bow included was ludicrously small (and I'm contemplating getting something else to put on the gore which won't look pointlessly tiny), but the size range it was designed for may not have this particular issue. A small complaint I'd have for these materials is that while the straps are nice and thick, firm and stable, the elastic designed for edging the bra isn't nearly as strong as the straps, so it's really stretched out in order for the straps to provide any lift. As there was heaps of strap, and I had to trim some off, I'd contemplate maybe using that instead to edge the upper part of the wing which extends down to the clasps if I was to use a similar kit in the future.

    The basic pattern design came from the series of articles on Foundations Revealed, which show how to grade a bra block and also how to create a variety of styles of bras. If you have any interest in drafting your own bra patterns, I'd say this is an excellent resource.

    I chose to go for a 2-piece cup with a vertical seam as I wanted it to be easy to make changes to the fit if required. This design choice is responsible for the super pointy/retro shape that the final product has. My husband hates it. I actually don't mind, and I think that if I had proper fitted non-stretch clothing (difficult to get if your bust is too large for full bust clothing :/), that this would look more uplifted than bizaare. Maybe a 50s style blouse or dress can be a future sewing project.

    My pattern (of which I'd done a couple of cup mock-ups first to make alterations) seems to have provided a good fit. The only issue I had was that despite having thought I'd accounted for it, my breasts were too short for the original cups, so I ended up trimming a bit off the top of the cup. To give some sort of frame of reference, the cup is about 40cm deep around the deepest part, but vertical depth of the cup (length of the cup seam) is only 31.5 cm. This is actually the explanation of a lot of my fit problems with RTW bras. The wings are the right length and the cradle is a good fit.

    The garment elastic on the bottom of the bra seems to have been a really good move, as unlike other wireless bras I've tried, it doesn't try to fold under and dig in from the weight of my breasts. The tradeoff is that it wasn't really possible to get equal tensioning on the top and bottom of the bra, and that plus the fact that there are no wires to provide stability throughout the wing (I played with boning the wings, but plastic boning just seemed to want to curl up like the wings do), means the upper part of the wing is a bit saggy. There's a small weird floaty bit between the cups, as they're cut so that they should fit when sitting flat, but obviously won't do that without wires, but the bra does sit flat at the top and bottom owing to the elastic. I think that's just going to be one of those things with wireless bras.

    The stitching isn't perfect, but there's nothing too obviously wonky. I don't know if I'd feel happy selling a bra of this quality to someone else (I don't know if anyone would even want a super pointy cup like this, I realise they aren't the fashionable shape), but it's nice enough to wear.

    Overall, this bra seems to be a good fit and very comfortable. I think it may get a bit of love as a house bra unless it causes my husband to take too many hits to his sanity score.

    If I was to make a bra just like this again, I think I'd play with the relationship between the inner and outer cup a little to see if I can get a slightly more centred look for my breasts, instead of the faintly outward pointing shape with the almost flat plane on the outside. I also wouldn't use straight stitch on the casing for the elastic (oops!) as the garment isn't gathered but stretch. A short zig-zag would be a lot better if I want to include this feature.

    Edit: Much to my devastation, after a couple of washes, the band in this bra has stretched phenomenally out to about 80cm stretched length, making it unwearably long. The wings are very short so I'm not sure if it will be possible to take in the band without ruining the shape of the bra. I'm guessing it must be something to do with the materials used. I may need to investigate some sturdier options for next time or aggressively prewash my fabric.

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    Apricot colorway

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      Honestly you have done an amazing job. This looks a lot like 1930s bras actually, except they had a thicker underbust band (or perhaps I should say wider, I mean it went further down on the torso, like a mini longline). Love the apricot color!

    • Brava! Brava! (pun intended)

      Wow! What an amazing piece of work! I love it. Did the cup size complicate the process? Being your own live model must have been difficult. It makes me wonder if there's such a thing as a bra maker's dummy with malleable breasts like you have with the rice-filled hold-ups.

      --Kristine

    • just a suggestion. I have had to sew many bras myself since it is very hard for me to find them in my size. one thing that I have learned through all of this is that if you do a 3 piece cup it makes you look rounder and not so pointy. my first effort was a 2 piece cup and it looked like two really big cones on my chest, I did not like it at all. Still going to try one other experiment later with a 4 piece cup read it might give better support. Also I sewed in some corset boning in the lower cup made a push up bra. Never have found one in my size.

    • Kristine Being my own fit model has advantages and disadvantages I guess. I can try stuff as I go without having to co-ordinate with another person for a fitting (clothes need a lot of fittings, especially when you're a shape which is nothing like commercial patterns), but it's harder when it comes to stuff like pinning and placing things on your own body. I don't think it would be especially easy to create a dress form for bras construction, or at least not without some very specialised materials, because of the way that bras work by elastic tension, the fact that bodies squish, and once we start including underwires, they need to be levering specific weights. I'm now confident that I have the cradle and wings right for any future projects, so the only thing I'll be fiddling with is cups, which I can at least initially do with my hold-ups full of rice.

      thumper22k I actually went into this construction knowing full well that I'd get this shape from the 2 piece construction. I basically wanted to test out that my cup block was correctly proportioned without having the angle and relationship between multiple cup pieces complicating the issue. Definitely, more pieces will help to give a rounder, more fashionable shape and better lift. I don't really care for around the house. :)

      You could add some of your home-sewn projects to the site! I'd be very interested to see other people's approach to creating bras when there's no patterns available in their size range, and any sort of fit innovations you've come up with.

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  2. Unknown Model

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    30FF

    Hasn't set fit

    This is my first attempt to sew a sports bra. I butchered my old Shock Absorber Multi Sports 30FF and copied the pattern and this is what I came up with. I think I did pretty good! The bra fits like my old Shock Absorber.

    The original SA bra interior was made of thicker fabric, I think duoplex. I used polyesther charmeuse which has similar stretch (quite minimal one way stretch) but is much thinner. Thet´s why my bra isn´t as sturdy. I also think my underband elastic isn´t very firm (plus I hacked it from a previously used bra ... I just wanted to test the pattern as quickly as possible https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> ) so I see the bra band stretching pretty fast. I think that with duoplex and better underband elastic it will be as good as a RTW Ahock Absorber https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> This one is good for yoga and also for lounging.

    blue + floral colorway

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      Wow! Awesome!

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      Wow, this is so great! Kittens <3

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      Wow, that looks awesome!

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      Beautiful and wonderful!

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      This is amazing!

    • This is amazing!

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      Beautiful and amazing work!

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      I looked at the pictures before I read your post, and my first thought was "that's a shock absorber". Super impressive!

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      Super pro job Fairy79 !

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  3. Unknown Model

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    28KK

    Didn't fit

    This is my first attempt at making a bra myself, and as such, isn't quite perfect.

    It's a 3-part balcony cup, and the bra has fabric straps & 6 rows with 3 columns of hooks (the perks of making it myself). The bra cups are made from bonded cotton & simplex for extra support (the thickness seems to be half-way between a very light padded cup & most fabric cups), and the back is made from 2 layers of tricot powernet.

    The bra was made from a pattern which was customised for my measurements, but I think that I may have grown since it was drawn up, as the cups ... seem to be a little small.

    I'm really happy with having hooks all the way up the back of my bra. It makes the band extra supportive, and you don't have to worry about it flipping up unlike longlines, as the band has the wires to stabilise it.

    I don't know how much wear I'll actually get from this, but I feel like I've learnt a lot & can hopefully create a better bra when I attempt to sew another one in the future.

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  4. Unknown Model

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    42C

    Hasn't set fit

    A total departure from nice cute shaping bras. Elastic allover woven sort of contraption that I love to hate.

    Sizing ? Whatever's on the multi-pack, namely one size splashes most. Letters and numbers seem meaningless as long as you can get into and disrobe without dislocating a shouder or two. No brainer. Just pick whatever's left in the gondola.

    Once inside ? Quite comfy indeed. And no boobs. Gone, anihilated. I can feel them bounce. But they're gone. Ghost boobs?

    Pretty claustrophobic until "girls" accept their fate and pushed-in nipples learn not to complain. If it were black, it could well be sold in specialized shops as evil disciplinarian device.

    So what's ... the deal, why do I keep buying them in "2 bucks" stores? Simple. They render my boobs almost invisible. No kidding, a shirt that fits pretty loose while wearing one of those will pop seems if I were in a proper projection model.

    Easy to handwash, quickly dry, redy to eraze boobs when given the occasion. The secret service boobs best friend.

    But, hey, it's a bra, so I dare to entertain you with https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";)" />

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    White colorway

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  5. Unknown Model

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    36C

    Hasn't set fit

    A good quality bra, but it has seen much love. Very nice lace on the three-piece cups, but the lace is showing some wear. The bra is padded, and has non-removable cookies. The fit is good. The wires are a little narrower than I like, with a small amount of ride-up on the outside of my breast tissue, but not enough to cause discomfort. I wish the strap had more than one hook, but I am surprised it still seems to support the cups. The straps are convertible to a halter bra.

    orange with padded lace cups colorway

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      The Orange is beautiful!!

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  6. Unknown Model

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    34E

    Didn't fit

    I wish to know where this beauty comes from! I bought it on eBay along with 32E - Bravissimo » Boudoir Beau (PA07) .

    Firstly, I love the combination of teal fabric under black lace! Ive seen similar bra few days ago on bratabse and was so jealous !
    Secondly, I am not a fan of longlines - so far only claudette and fortnight are acceptable for me to wear them, and this is the next one. It has 4x4 hooks&eyes. The band is too loose on me on the first set but good when used on the tightest set - perfect! It is unfortunately bit too ... high, but as a lounge bra should be okay.
    Wires are great, narrow - 13cm, soft - hardly can feel them when the bra is on.
    Cups, they could be a little deeper, i have little quadboobing on the bigger side, on the smaller theres tiny bit of gapping near the gore, but using pad cause quadboobs, so its good as it is. There are pockets like in EM CHP on the side to slide the cookies, but also as can be seen on pics, the fabrin between pockets and cups has space so in case if you need more OO you can put another pads https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_mrgreen.gif" alt=":D" />
    Straps are little to wide, but doesnt make me to feel discomfort. Straps are convertible. Theyre also thick - and I love thick straps

    Gosh, thats so lovely bra, also seems like quality is not bad at all! would love it in 70F possibly

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    Black/Teal colorway

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    • If there is a number on the label of the bra - under the size try to get info about it using a search engine.

    • nope, theres no number on name, just chineese signs and the materials used plus size

    • I'd browse around on Aliexpress. There are a lot of unbranded bras on there although most of them only come in an A or B cup. Some of the less cutesy styles like that one go up to an F.

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      Found it!

      Slightly cheaper, slower shipping: https://is.gd/EtUrtV

      Slightly more expensive, faster shipping: https://is.gd/BCAPZn

    • Ugh, my computer was being weird, sorry for the double comment.

    • Thank you dear! I went to look on the website but couldnt find it.

    • Try Google "picture search" uploading that picture of your bra to the server so that Google can find similar search results. Maybe so you can find the unknown beautys identity.

    • Very pretty bra! And thanks a lot for tracing it down drawingdwarf !
      I wonder if this would work for me in a weird sister size to my regular 30GG/H 😁 martka00 do you feel like the sizing is normal / comparable to 34E in UK brands? Or very small, like is common in Asian sizes? Thanks!

    • Very pretty bra! And thanks a lot for tracing it down drawingdwarf !
      I wonder if this would work for me in a weird sister size to my regular 30GG/H 😁 martka00 do you feel like the sizing is normal / comparable to 34E in UK brands? Or very small, like is common in Asian sizes? Thanks!

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      Well I'm on between 30e-F but mostly E, and this one I found similar to my comexim size - I usually take 70F and 75E would be sister size, also this longline I can easily close on the loosest set of hooks so 70f should be better.

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  7. Unknown Model

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    36H

    Fits

    Very sexy rubber bra with very good projection

    Black colorway

    Updated on Feb 13, 2015 Flag this


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      As we have valentines day coming up I thought I would show a bra that will be sure to get your man's heart racing and make you feel sexy.
      I am not very good at doing the measurements so any questions just ask.

    • What does "rubber bra! really mean?? Is it possible to show pictures of the bra?

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      Wow... is that comfortable? It must give horrible carpet burns...

    • It looks like maybe a latex or silicone type material? Those can get quite sweaty, but not painful to wear. It's not a new concept in and of itself. Rubber girdles were commonly sold in the mid-20th century!

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      What does "rubber bra! really mean ?

      It means the bra is made on Latex rubber.

      It is very comfortable to wear.

      Thought I would post a photo of it just so others could see what one can buy.

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      There is an option to add new brands to the site, so you can actually edit your entry to add the name of the designer or brand who custom-made this for you.

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      I can not remember the name of the company who made it for me at the moment it will come to me in time I am sure.
      This bra is a copy of an old one that I had many years ago,rubber does wear out I am sorry to say, that is the reason you do not see vintage rubber rain wear around now.
      Why does the photo not appear on my list of bras? as it only appears when one clicks on public view.
      wendybien I wish I was as good as you at listing bras.

    • I can not remember the name of the company who made it for me at the moment it will come to me in time I am sure.
      This bra is a copy of an old one that I had many years ago,rubber does wear out I am sorry to say, that is the reason you do not see vintage rubber rain wear around now.
      Why does the photo not appear on my list of bras? as it only appears when one clicks on public view.
      wendybien I wish I was as good as you at listing bras.

    • I confess I also sometimes get confused about which bras are visible in my bras list! Did you mark this one "not owned"?

    • There is some sort of setting that perhaps you have to check, like "make this picture public" or something? Maybe that would change it?

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      I remembered the company's name it was Remawear that sold by mail order only.
      It sold lots of rubber fetish stuff that one could not purchase anywhere else.

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      Latex and vinyl bras, patent leather - all require special cleaning product and are very particular in how they have to be stored to not be damaged. Honestly all that work gets to be a bit much, so, not surprisingly I've had knee high lace up platform patent leather boots start to peel, vinyl and latex clothing that was stored improperly and allowed to become too warm so they began to stick to themselves until the point where trying to separate surfaces resulted in rips.

      I've decided that anything that I have to powder myself just to put on, isn't going to be worth all that no matter how hot it looks (and how warm I get while wearing the stuff is not a selling point with me...!)

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      valentine556 , very true, and I can't be bothered with all the special care either, but for some people it's a major turn-on so I expect it is worth it to them!

      We had a fair amount of items made in these materials when I worked in the costume department in college and I was told, really, no matter how they are stored most mass market rubber/latex/etc. items will eventually degrade and crumble or "melt" (yum!). If they are left unworn and untouched then proper storage can preserve their integrity a fair length of time but for most people with a special interest in these items, the whole point is to be able to wear or "play" with them ;-) Again I expect the shorter lifespan is an acceptable tradeoff if you're into these materials.

    • wendybien

      Goodness gracious, did the people in charge of the costume department as far as acquisitions, budget and supervisory personnel have money to burn or what? Anything I've encountered made using these highly 'temperamental' materials has been fairly expensive for pieces that tend to mold to a wearer's body (whoever it is that wears the item most often) and simply don't have a long shelf life. Not only that but with most of the materials there's the added problem of a limited shelf life which is made shorter and shorter with every wear. I have a patent leather and cotton lined corset that I must store in a manner that prevents the outside patent leather surface of either half from touching - usually that means in the closet with the laces removed entirely because it has to be in a cool,dark and dry place. The company who I bought it from sent a velvet bag for storage which only fits the corset rolled up and that definitely makes the patent leather come in contact with itself though against storage advice recommendations. So I pulled out some leftover fabric and made a bag long enough to fit the corset halves in length with two sections divided by several layers of fabric - I use the velvet bag for all my extra laces so that I have them all in the same place instead of having to hunt for one or another set. It's still a pain in the butt to have to deal with putting the laces in to wear the corset, then remove them - wait for the corset to cool down because of body heat - and put it back into storage.

      If it hadn't been a matter of being concerned about cutting up my nipples during wear, the money spent for a chain mail halter top would have made more financial sense to spend so much - chain mail can last a whole lot longer than latex and such. But the chain mail loaner I wore for about half an evening was putting my nipples at serious risk - might as well have put duct tape on and wrapped it around my chest a few times very tightly if I wanted to take my nipples off.

    • It's true that rubber latex items have a short shelf life

      I only have two pieces myself the bra and a skirt which I pulled to hard and had to mend as best I could.

      The bra was I think about £40 or there about's and the skirt a lot cheaper.

    • valentine556 I'm actually into chainmaille--I've made many a hauberk for a stuffed animal :P

      Why did that happen? Do you think smaller jump rings in the bosom area would help?

    • tiggaren

      I think most of the problem was due to the materials used not being the typical smooth edged-type jumprings found in jewelry supply/craft stores. It was also very heavy.

      KateWild

      I haven't been the one purchasing a lot of the rubber/latex clothing, but a lot of the fetishist-focused sources tend to have outrageously high prices. And shoes/boots have always cost quite a bit when they're made of patent leather or high quality leather, but only the latter has any real evidence that quality = long lasting.

    • valentine556 Ah! That makes sense. I didn't really know what the problem was when you first said it. But that makes sense--low quality rings have rough edges. If people buy them from a good company, they can be bought (albeit more expensively) with filed edges.

      This makes me want to make chainmaille bras.

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      valentine556 that's a good question (about the theater dept.) I know a lot of the latex and vinyl items used in the shows while I was working there were made on the cheap or repurposed buys from sex shops. Most of the shows we did had small costume budgets, but the costume preservation budget may have been higher and I know we borrowed a lot and lent a lot of things so it wasn't all being preserved on our dime. Best memory: shopping at a dowdy home goods outlet for rubberized table covers to turn into sexy costumes ;-)

    • valentine556 that's a good question (about the theater dept.) I know a lot of the latex and vinyl items used in the shows while I was working there were made on the cheap or repurposed buys from sex shops. Most of the shows we did had small costume budgets, but the costume preservation budget may have been higher and I know we borrowed a lot and lent a lot of things so it wasn't all being preserved on our dime. Best memory: shopping at a dowdy home goods outlet for rubberized table covers to turn into sexy costumes ;-)

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      tiggaren

      Yeah, the guy who made it and other chain mail pieces was using materials re-purposed from scrap and what have you, and I haven't really had a need to find someone who makes chain mail apparel in the years since then - I think my days of going out to places with so little on that there's a chance of getting arrested for indecent exposure are done with. And metal gets really cold, very fast anyway.

      wendybien

      "rubberized table covers"...? I'm having a hard time picturing sexy costumes that have the terrible patterns found on a lot of cheap table cloths on them...Just what sort of college was this, having shows that require sexy costumes and all, has to be some 'liberal' fancy pants college with a massive 'women's studies' department for that kind of smut! ;)

    • I use this bra for sleeping in now.

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  8. Unknown Model

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    32B

    Fits

    It's alright, the only uncomfortable is that the wire pokes me in the middle.

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  9. Unknown Model

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    38A

    Didn't fit

    Too Big Band, Too TINY CUPS ugh

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  10. Unknown Sports Bra

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    S/M

    Didn't fit

    Bought it online and got the wrong size. I can barely zip it, and it's way too tight.

    This bra is not owned any more

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    Excellent!
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    Excellent!

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  11. Unknown Model

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    34B

    Didn't fit

    Bought this bra a long time ago when I didn't know my size, so obviously it doesn't fit. It's probably either from Women's Secret, Etam or H&M, but I'm not really sure.

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  12. Unknown Halter Bikini

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    Didn't fit

    Second hand bikini that doesn't fit me anymore.

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  13. Unknown Bikini

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    S

    Didn't fit

    Second hand bikini that's way too small.

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  14. Unknown Sporty Bralette

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    Didn't fit

    Bought this bralette, but it's too small in the cups.

    This bra is not owned any more

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  15. Unknown Pregnancy Bra

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    Didn't fit

    I bought it a few years ago, the band fits, but the cups are terribly small. I used to be able to wear it, though.

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  16. Unknown Bikini

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    Didn't fit

    It's a second hand bikini that doesn't fit me.

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  17. Unknown Bralette

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    Didn't fit

    Bought it recently but doesn't fit. I bought it online and doesn't have a tag, so I don't know the brand.

    This bra is not owned any more

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  18. Lacy Demi Cup, Vertical Center Seams (TAG-GONE)

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    36A

    Didn't fit

    This size is estimated! The tag is totally gone. The demi style does not cover most of my tissue. there is some gappage. If I put the underwire comfortably under my breasts, my nipples are *barely* covered.

    white lace w/ vertical seam colorway

    This bra's measurements have been altered
    Altered band,

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  19. Unbranded (RN-15577-STYLE-46000)

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    36A

    Didn't fit

    This one works for width because it's a plunge. Band needs to be sewn in to my size. Doesn't reach around my ribs quite far enough, but doesn't dig in either.

    dark cobalt blue colorway

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    Warner ?Y??A in 30H

    I am adding this bra for data/informational purposes only. This Bra is not owned by me at the time of addition to the database.

    The band measured 21.75” to a max of 37” with 2 hooks and 3 rows of eye loops.

    Cup Depth as measured by:
    1 Hovering the cup between the knees, then placing the tape measure into the cups without any resistance.
    This measurement is: 10.75”

    2 Placing the cup over the knee and stretching it similar to what a breast would, to the maximum resistance.
    This measurement is: 12.5”

    I feel these two figures give you a general idea of ... the minimum and maximum depth that the cup can accommodate, just like the flat and stretched band measurements do with bands. Since Bratabase only has one cup field, I enter the larger of the two, as it’s this larger number that determines if a cup is going to fit me or not since I am on the max end of the cup scale, but do realize that some may need the lower number to determine fit for their needs, so I will always include both figures in the reviews for full disclosure.



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    Black Nylon w lace *Warner's* colorway

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