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Bras » Vanity Fair » Body Shine Full Coverage Underwire (75297) » 34D 34:4

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Fits ribcage87.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band96.4
Band Length72.1
Cup width14.0
Cup depth20.2
Wire length21.3
Cup height20.0
Cup separation2.8
Gore height4.0
Wing height9.5
Strap width1.8
Hooks2

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    Didn't fit

    A molded cup, full coverage, underwire bra. This was my favorite bra for a long time (until pregnancy/nursing changed my shape). Looks great under a T-shirt. Reasonably priced and easily available. Often available in fun colors (seasonally).

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    UPDATED REVIEW JULY 2019
    About this Bra

    Purchasing:
    * Paid $21.55 on Amazon with free Prime shipping & returns (not Amazon Wardrobe)
    * Available in white and beige.


    Band:
    * opaque stretch knit
    * Elastic at top of band.
    * Wing support: no seaming nor boning
    * 3-piece band, short gore (nearly a plunge, but not quite that low)
    * Back close with 3 columns of hooks.

    Straps:
    * front is same non-stretch knit as cups, ... back is smooth elastic
    * front part is stiff (stand up on their own)
    * full adjust
    * straight back

    Cups:
    * seamless molded foam full cup
    * unpadded, flexible underwire
    * Outer fabric is a non-stretch knit with a damask floral pattern. Inner fabric is a smooth, non-stretch knit.


    Fit

    About me: petite with wide horizontal oval, slightly conical breasts
    * average projection
    * wide-set (3 fingers width of space between breasts)
    * very wide roots (extend past the mid-axillary line)
    * even horizontal fullness (just barely outer full)
    * short root height, average vertical placement
    * mix of firm & soft tissue (front molds to shape of bra, sides push wimpy wires away)
    * conical shape (but will squish to round)
    * full on top (2/4 shape, not even or very full) - BUT functionally even to FOB due to short roots and soft tissue
    * petite (5'3") so have narrow frame
    * front (anterior) rib flares

    Band:
    * length: good
    * wings: too short
    * axillary skin spillage

    Gore: Comfortable, tacks, good spacing, height fine.

    Cup:
    * Gives breasts a round, projected shape.
    * Wires too narrow. Breast pushes the flexible wire away from body. Even when I manage to scoop all tissue inside the wire, it just leaks out again.
    * Top of cup smooth
    * Bottom of cup: filled

    Straps:
    * not too far apart
    * barely adjust short enough to prevent slipping when new (when stretched out, do not adjust short enough)

    Appearance Under Clothing:
    * Smooth under a thin T-shirt.
    * Not visible under a v-neck.
    * Barely visible in armholes of sleeveless shirt (only with extremes of movement).

    Assessment and Plan:
    * When my breasts were firmer (before pregnancy & breastfeeding), this bra was a favorite, particularly under T-shirts and tank tops.
    * Now, the wires lack the strength to keep my breast tissue inside the cup making this bra uncomfortable to wear for very long. I often wear it on laundry day and scoop & sweep hourly.

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    Didn't fit

    Doesn't quite fit, but as a cheap t-shirt bra, some days it's good enough.

    The band is larger than most of my bras, but on the tightest hook it feels snug enough. Molded cups are impressively deep for a standard-range bra.

    Main issues are that the wires don't quite rest on my sternum, so it doesn't provide the enough support for long-term comfort, and by pressing my breasts flatter they look larger.

    I'm tempted to alter it a bit by taking out a dart in the front gore to tilt the cups a little closer and a bit less plunge-ily. I think it would help the underwires sit at the sternum.

    Updated on Aug 10, 2011 Flag this


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