Panache Womens Cleo Neve Underwire plunge Bra Coral 36H

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  • Boxed-product Dimensions: 46.7 x 21.6 x 3.3 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 113 g
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  • Item model number: 7196
  • ASIN: B00FB9QLTE
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 6 Aug. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 423,640 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)

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Panache Cleo Neve Underwire Plunge Moulded tee shirt Bra, has a moulded cup which gives a smooth finish, this is the prefect c hoice for everday wear. Available with matching Brief.


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this bra has a round shape and it has very tight band and of cource its run small in the cup too.you must order one cup size bigger if you want the perfect fit i hope panache made another coulours too
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x952c2018) out of 5 stars 252 reviews
53 of 53 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x953b8ccc) out of 5 stars Great bra! 19 Mar. 2014
By Dr.kari - Published on Amazon.com
I recently bought this bra in beige, size 34H. I did extensive research on the sizing and the fit of this style; many blogs and reviews with or with out pictures to get an idea of the fit and sizing for my size, because THIS IS A UK BRA COMPANY WITH UK BRA SIZING, so be careful when you are buying. The pictures here really don't do it justice on how it fits me. I have had size problems on Panache bras before, but after looking a many, many, many blogs and pictures of this bra I decided to get my regular 34H. The material on this bra is great, stretchy, very sturdy. The underwire ends right under my armpit, but I can't even feel it. The cups are molded and give you a nice rounded shape. It would seem that it takes a bit of your natural shape with wear (maybe it's just me). It is a good bra for full on top breasts. The back also has very good stretch material, it is a bit tight when it's still brand new. With 2 hooks in the back. This is a very good bra with very nice construction and very sturdy for heavy top full breast and extremely comfortable. I will buy more of this style.
Advice: look for a blog with pictures (like bratabase.com) and try to find pictures of someone with similar size and shape that you are, that helped me a lot when it came down to making a decision.
44 of 44 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x95ca5390) out of 5 stars If your boobs pop out the middle do this alteration! 13 Jun. 2015
By BB - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
If you find yourself falling out the middle of this bra after wearing it a bit, there's a neat little alteration you can do to fix that: pinch the gore (the piece of fabric connecting the cups) and sew it so that it is narrower on the bottom--see pic. This trick works wonders on plunge bras! And it can also be used to make your regular bras fit better if you find they always seem to make your boobs seem too far apart or if you always have to readjust how your boobs sit in the cups over the course of the day.

It think this bra is terrific! If you're used to the panache porcelain plunge, this is very similar, but runs a little bit smaller in the cups and band. You may want to size up, depending on how close to the edge of your current size you are. Also, the cups in this bra have a little more molded material on the bottom, so they give a bit more of a push-up effect than the porcelain plunge and create more cleavage.
31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x953ba864) out of 5 stars Great fit for Mom-bust 3 Oct. 2014
By History Fan - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name: BlackSize: 30 FF Verified Purchase
I have a hard time finding bras, due to two factors: I wear a size 30H, and I also have had three kids. This means my bustline needs support, but is also not that full on top. Bras in this size are often "full coverage" which means the cups cover up more of the tissue-- but on me, they don't often fit well.

This one is more like a demi bra, due to the "plunge" factor, and therefore a better fit. It's on the tightest setting right now (which it should be, leaving room for the inevitable stretching of the band) but is comfortable. It has molded cups for great coverage, yet it provides excellent support. The straps do not dig (support should come from the band!) and neither do the underwires. The middle portion of the underwire doesn't come up too high either, which is a problem I've had with other bras. There is excellent lift and separation. The materials seem to be very high-quality, on par with my Marie-Jo bras.

To select a size, I went by the manufacturer's size chart and guidelines for measuring-- and lo and behold, it worked! Don't you love it when that happens?
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x953ba81c) out of 5 stars Oddly shaped cups. 19 Jan. 2014
By C. Melton - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name: Beige (Nude)Size: 30 F Verified Purchase
As seen on the model in the photos, this bra has cups that are tapered toward the bottom, creating a weird pinch/"muffin" effect under the arms. I have a wider ribcage and less tissue concentrated in the underarm area, so this one definitely didn't work for me. It was sturdy and well-made, and cute for a basic nude color, but ultimately had to be returned for awkward fit.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x953b8ce4) out of 5 stars I feel like I have a better understanding of the Neve bra ... 7 April 2016
By Morena - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name: Floral PrintSize: 32 F Verified Purchase
I feel like I have a better understanding of the Neve bra now that I have purchased 4. I started with one for myself. I chose the size based on the way they fit someone on bratabase with similar size bras (she fit the Cleo Lucy just about the same as me in 36FF but had a little wrinkling on top whereas I filled the cup well and since she had a Cleo Neve she almost filled (38FF) I assumed I would fill it completely and I was correct. I will give you a little info about myself, I have a size 36/37 ribcage (tight to loose measurements) and so I usually have to rely on reviews to decide if a 36 or 38 will work better. I have a 44-45 (standing vs leaning forwards) inch bust as well. So far in my bra fitting journey my best fits are Cleo Lucy in a 36FF Cleo Neve in a 38FF/36FF (I will explain why the two sizes in a moment) and the Cleo Juna in 36FF (even though I was told it was supposed to be wrinkly on top when I had the 38FF on and it "fit" (I'm sorry but if the product photo doesn't show some wrinkled up lace then that is not the intended look stop fooling yourselves ladies). Okay the reason I say both sizes for the Neve is that I think the reason so many women think the cups run small is they are not comfortable with that much cleavage (I could be wrong, but I could be right) or they could have different breast composition (dense vs soft(those could be the wrong words) In the 38FF everything is well contained and smooth and uplifted but in the 36FF I am lifted higher and love the shape soooo much more but I also love the look of the 38FF so they both "fit" but probably because of the molding of the bra. So I would say at this point I am more of a true 36FF and can get away with a 38FF in molded bras at times, at least in this bra. I also bought this bra in a 32FF for my daughter ( 2 of those makes 4) which was only going up one cup size for her and she said it fit her well. I would like to add to my review and probably all of my bra reviews that I am sick of women who have been pregnant and nursed speaking for all of us and saying our breasts are flat/saggy and other choice terms that most definitely do not apply to my breasts. My breasts "hang" but are plump and the nipples still point forward not down, are perfectly symmetrical (and I have the measurements to prove it) and I have breastfed 6 children. I think biology has a lot more to do with breast shape than some women care to admit because it's easier to blame breastfeeding as it sounds more noble or possibly makes them feel better to think everyone has the same thing happen. We did a noble (might be a stretch) thing and maybe your breasts were a breastfeeding casualty I don't know but please don't speak for me because my breasts still look good without a bra. I only included that to try and explain my breast shape to help someone with similar breasts and to maybe encourage someone to speak on their own breasts not lump a bunch of people into their thought of what breasts look like after breastfeeding for everyone when everyone is different. Plus I am sick of hearing people say "I don't wanna breastfeed it will make my boobs sag" no hun your genes will do that and extreme weight loss is more likely to cause that. The saggiest boobs I have ever seen were on a woman who never breastfed and had lost 100 plus pounds. The women I know who have breastfed have normal breasts that are perky and full so I'd say genes are the deciding factor and maybe if your breasts ballooned in size hugely when you breastfed and then went back to normal and you are still getting your "normal' boobs back that makes sense that they are temporarily misshapen.

Forgot to give you the bras measurements!

38FF Dimensions:

Band length- 29.5 Unstretched, 38 Stretched
Cup Width- 7.25 inches
Cup Depth- 11 inches
Wire length- 11 inches
Cup separation- 1 inch
Center Gore Height- 1.25 inches
Strap Width- .5 inch
number of hooks-2

36 FF Dimensions:

Band length- 29 Unstretched, 37 Stretched
Cup Width- 6.75 inches
Cup Depth- 10.5 inches
Wire length- 10 inches
Cup separation- 1 inch
Center Gore Height- 1.25 inches
Strap Width- .5 inch
number of hooks-2

32FF Dimensions:

Band length- 25 Unstretched, 32 Stretched
Cup Width- 6 inches
Cup Depth- 9 inches
Wire length- 9 inches
Cup separation- 1 inch
Center Gore Height- 1 inches
Strap Width- .5 inch
number of hooks-2

I can not stress the importance of joining bratabase or a similar site and comparing bras that you have found fit you and using them to choose bras that will fit. I started my journey with a 38FF Parfait Affinitas Blue Poppy that fit horrendously tight then an Elle Macpherson that didn't hold the girls at all but then the Cleo Lucy was my game changer from there I could find bras with similar dimensions or women that it fit similar and figure out what other bras may work for me. My best fitting bras right now are 36FF Cleo Juna and 36FF Cleo Lucy. The process takes time but you can select multiple bras and compare all of them at one time if you choose. I personally like comparing them one on one after I narrow them down on bratabase. I truly hope someone found this review useful because most of the reviews on here make me more confused.

Oh and don't forget the bra should fit you on the LOOSEST hooks so that as it stretches you can bring it in to the tighter hooks and it will still fit you.
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