First, let me start by saying I have had this bra for a long time, longer than the "useful life" one would expect from even the best bras. This was my first experience buying a Polish bra and also the largest cup bra I had ever bought at the time. My breasts kind of exploded after my first child, from at DDD to eventually an M cup.
When I first bought this bra, I did not like how projected it made me appear. I was also wearing a Freya Marvel which gave me a much more compacted shape that I thought fit better with clothes. I did not ... wear this bra as part of my regular rotation until I became pregnant with my third child, and it was the one one that would contain my breasts (of my collection, anyway). I then wore it nearly to death.
This bra has a solid fit for me on the band. It is a 32 and I'm a solid 32, I do not go back and forth between band sizes. 34 rides up in the back and I have never had a 30 to try. I have significant asymmetry between my right and left side, so I will say that it fits my right side well (the larger). The cups are padded enough so that the size difference is much less noticeable than an unlined or lightly lined bra. It also negates the need for breast pads when you are reduced to occasional leakage. I am FOT, pendulous, narrow root, very soft tissue, This bra collects, supports, and holds my breasts in their natural state (on the front of my chest, not out to the sides).
The quality is great. I have washed, worn, leaked on, nursed in, and otherwise abused it, and it still works great. It isn't as comfortable as my newer models, and one (only one) hook of the hooks and eyes is pulled out.
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KM-S Grace colorway
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