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It is bra with a lower cut, which offers deeper and sexier cleavage than a standard full cup bra. This type sufficiently cover and support the bust, making them most suitable for everyday wear under clothes with small necklines.
Not all bras created equal. Some are made in a big factory with synthetic materials by nameless machinists. Our bralettes were created for outstanding ladies by our family business started by mother and daughter.
This bralette was made from all-natural Baltic linen, hand made by our talented constructor and tailor Rasa. It can also be adjusted according to your individual needs (let us know in the message and we do our best to meet your needs!).
Every detail in this minimalist yet gorgeous bralette was carefully premeditated. From a lovely linen lace to give it feminine look, to hook & eye. This bra made to be functional and beautiful. Double layer of linen keeps the form and covers your nipples, as well as deep decollate allows it to be worn under different kind of tops. Your body touches only the safety fabric and yarns by OEKO-TEX 100 standards.
Also, the construction includes subtle rubber strips that prevents you from any unwanted restrictions. No seams were left inside the bra in order to prevent pressure and make this bralette even gentler on your skin.
Model wears size 70AA/32AA in black B colour. Greyish blue colour is flat lay.
This product has a polyester brand label on the outside. It can be removed at your request.
There are so many of different size charts for the bras! Due to our used materials, we also have a unique size chart that will guide you while choosing the perfect size for you.
STEP 1: Measure your band size
Take a measuring tape and wrap it around your ribcage just below your breasts. Use a mirror to ensure the tape is parallel with the floor. Write down the nearest even number.
STEP 2: Measure around your bust
As this bra constructed for plus size women you should measure your bust with soft bra (no push-up). Wrap your measuring tape around your bust at their fullest point. For most of us, this is in line with your nipples. Ensure that the tape is parallel with the floor before writing down the nearest whole number once again.
STEP 3: Subtract your band measurement from your bust measurement to get cup size
Let’s say your first number is 95 and the second is 115. Subtract 95 from 115 to get 20, which corresponds to a E cup size. How’d we get to a E? You can refer to the handy chart below.
Difference in cm equal to cup size: 14-15cm – B, 16-17cm – C, 18-19cm – D, 20-21cm – E
STEP 4: Combine your band measurement with your cup size
Et voilà! This is your bra size. So if we take the example above, you’d end up with a size 95E.