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This seems big, but maybe I am used to wearing bras that are too small. There is no wrinkling in the cup and this one comes up and covers everything, even the fluffy bits under the armpits. The liner is polyester and the other fabric is 80% nylon and 20% elastane. The primary support is from the underwires. Were I thinner, I would say go down a band size than you normally wear (definitely if you are in between band sizes, go for the smaller size), but then the rest wouldn't fit too well. I would be a size 12 if it weren't for the girls, so a 34 band fits in the waist area. I have another tankini top that the band is better in (size "small") but the cups are tiny weeny, maybe a C, and another that is a 12, but also has ineey weeny cups, plus a band so loose you could drop a water melon down my back. It was definitely time to upgrade. The price was right, only 8 pounds. I assume this is last year's model. I think you can find matching bottoms on Ebay, but I'm planning to just get some boy short bottoms in a matching color. The fit on this is good. I'll have to see how it holds up at the lake. I plan to be swimming, hiking, sun bathing, and possibly canoeing or kayaking in this. I'd really like if it had more support. It's short on me, barely hits my belly button. Although I am tall, my height is more in my legs. Expect to bare your midriff in this one. It's also really tricky to get off as there are no hooks in back. It's just a pull over. Getting this off while it's wet could be tricky.
Update: 10 JUN 2013: I wore this at the lake yesterday and it was great. It was comfortable to wear all day long in and out of the water.
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