I really loved this bra, till I realised it was too small for me. I'm not a true 32B so it didn't fit. I bought it because I believed in 'sister sizes' but after getting fitting help for this bra I know I can't wear this. However, it is super comfortable and you don't feel as if you are wearing anything. It is padded, but only till 1/2 the bra and it is not THAT thick. It also has a demi-cut coverage. It looked cute, but unfortunately I can't wear them because they are too small!
This one works pretty well for me. The band fits nicely, just as expected. The cups do not gape on my shallow breasts except minorly, when in certain positions. It's pretty comfy and gives a nice little boost without being too much. Plus it comes in lots of pretty designs.
I bought this bra knowing before I tried it on that it was going to be to big, I’m a 30D sometimes C, but it was only $4 at Marshalls and in theory the correct cups. So I tried it on quickly and seemed like cups fit, it’s the perfect tester before spending $30-40+ For one from Aerie. I’m happy with fit/comfort other than band issue. I have just been wearing it with a shelf bra camisole to keep it from moving around. I get to decide if it holds up well enough to buy or if I continue to buy S,M,L sized and or 34b clearance bras that I sew the band tighter in. So far it’s holding up well.
This bra is very similar to the discontinued Aerie Paige push-up, which I loved for its subtle padding that was also stiff enough that I didn't fall through even though the band was three sizes too big. The Bridget's padding is a bit softer, and its top edge is more diagonal than horizontal. The band in the 30C is also super stretchy. It starts riding up almost immediately after I put it on. Also, the tag is itchy, which I also noticed in the bralettes I ordered with this. I'm not sure if this is something going on in all of Aerie's bras now but the loose band plus the itchy tag made this pretty uncomfortable to wear for more than an hour or two.
I have this same bra in 36A, but I've learned that 34B's fit me better, except for this bra. Aerie changed the design of this bra somewhat form my older model, the material is much softer than before, but it's thinner and A LOT stretchier, which makes the band too loose. On the good side is the band is wider all the way around which is nice. The cups also give me kind of a pointy projection that I didn't get from the 36A, I may try a 32C and see if it's any better, but I'm guessing the cups will be too narrow for me in a 32. If you're any bigger than a C I don't think this will give you enough support.
It fits well enough, I get a slight quad boob when I swoop and scoop but my tissue usually goes back to where it came from soon enough and the quad boob disappears. I find Aerie bras to be very inconsistent in fit, I couldn't get a 34 clasped and the 36 ends up being too loose after a few hours...so now that I'm writing maybe it doesn't as good as I thought. The wires are longer which I like...seems to hold in more boob. The material isn't the softest on this bra, but it is well made and has held up fine so far. The cups make a nice rounded shape so it looks good under clothes.
It's such a pretty color! The lace is a nice touch too. Unfortunately, it is too small. My boobs work their way out toward the center and before long it's a nipply wardrobe malfunction. Other than the boob spillage it's pretty comfortable.