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After scoping out the limited info here and studying their size chart, I ultimately decided on the 75J (the largest size in this style) because this bra was screaming my name. I was forced to order the matching briefs (3X) because, duh, matching set?!
The fit is crazy close to perfect because it's so open on top; it fits me more like a half cup than the stock photo indicates. My boobs are very round, narrow rooted and fuller on top - think balloons on a wall - so I struggle to find sufficient immediate projection. (It used to be quadraboob, but this site helped me get past that!) I also struggle to find lower height cups because I'm relatively short-torso'd and most bras lose their sexy when they come up to your neck. This bra manages to provide sufficient projection while being an appropriate scale for my body and the shape is excellent.
If they made a 70K, I think it would be perfect but it's certainly close enough to have been placed in heavy rotation already. For reference, I am roughly a 34H+ in UK sizing.
The only problem with this bra is that I get a bit of in-cup quadding where the 3 vertical sections of the bottom meet the horizontal-ish section of the top. I can't tell if it's a result of the decorative overlay that is stitched there, or if it's the base structure that allows it happen but it's only visible under thinner tops. Since the lace is textured, and the bra is a pretty bright color, I wouldn't choose it for a thinner top anyway.
Some other features of the bra: cookie sleeves (highly technical term!), fully adjustable straps, 3 rows/3hooks, lined.
The briefs are fine; I'll wear 'em. They come up a little high on the waist for my taste and, while they don't crawl up, they also don't really cover my entire rear end. They seem to be scaled wider, instead of with increased booty room. For reference, I'm roughly a size 16.
Updated on Jan 12, 2018 Flag this