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EDIT: this bra does not have enough projection for me. When I hike the underwires up into my inframammary fold and tighten the band to force it to stay there, I get spillage all round the sides. It is probably a cup size too small for me, but I can tell it's also just the wrong shape, based on the fact that cups are already in my armpits in this size. I would recommend this to someone with moderate projection.

The fabric of the cup (not the wires) comes up too high for me in the underarm area. The straps themselves are not too wide, which I appreciate. Still, I wear this bra in my rotation because even though it's a size too small, it's very well made. It fits comfortably enough and gives me a lovely shape that is smooth under Tees (lace does not show). Excellent lift for heavy breasts. The 30 band is perfect for my 29" ribcage: I waver between the first and second hook after owning it for 6 months, wearing twice/week. Quality is HIGH, materials are comfortable but sturdy, and I particularly enjoy the copper-colored metal fastenings they chose. At certain times of the month, my smaller breast leaves a bit of gapping, but it isn't noticeable, and it fares much better than my Deco, for example. The padding here is not so stiff. If I could get this in the next cup size up with narrower wires, I would.

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Fit information

On Mar 2016

Shallower and wider than me but comfy. Denting inferior to straps

Top of the cup:
Wrinkles, can't quite fill it
Cup's width:
There is empty fabric on the sides (Cup too wide)

On Feb 2015

The fabric of the bra cup (not the wires) comes up too high in the underarm area, which pushes the bra down annoyingly as the day goes on. Still my best-fitting bra, fits comfortably and well-supported, and gives me a lovely shape that is smooth under Tees.

Top of the cup:
Cuts into breast tissue (quad boob effect)
Cup's width:
Outer cup cuts into breast tissue in the sides

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