I tried this on at American Eagle last week, since the top doesn't come in 32DD I decided to try a 34D using the store locator I found it at a store nearby. It was a good fit, but I decided to buy online instead since Aerie was having a $10 swim sale with this top included (sale ends today 7/6). The top is actually decently projected, yet still gives some cleavage, and it actually has narrow wires too (I didn't actually realize until I measure, they somehow look and feel a bit wider). I do have a longer review on my blog with tons of photos including the dressing room shots.
Aerie was kind enough to gift me this bra for review. I had tried some of their bikni tops and was impressed so I was curious about their bras. The Sunnie is average width but decently projected. It wasn't an ideal fit for me, but it is so soft and comfortable it's great for lazy days and lounging around.
I liked how this fit a lot, but the cups were too tall for me and dug into my tail of spence - this seems to be a trend for me for Aerie racerbacks, and was a problem with this one because of embroidery on it. I'm going to try this model on a non racerback and I think it will fit great for me.
I've recently been resized and Aerie was one of the first places I tried to find new bras due to price and availability where I am. This is my favourite of all of the styles they have available in my size - I'm short and short waisted, and the cups are narrow enough that nothing digs in anywhere it shouldn't.
My only negative comment is the shape is a little pointier than I would like, but I can definitely live with that
Pros: price ($8!) Cons: lace trim noticeable under clothing I managed to snag this bra for $8 at my local Winners, where most stores in a mall will send their last few items for clearance. It is very padded, but that causes a shape mismatch for me, as I require more immediate depth. As well, I bought this before I found out my real size. The straps are very wide set on the bra, so they slip down quite easily unless they are tightened. The band is mesh, so the bra is quite light other than the cups, which are heavily padded. The crochet details on the bra are very cute, but can poke through on thinner shirts. I altered the band smaller, so it fits better, and removed the back lace trim to do so. I also altered the gore to bring the wires together, and now they are too close, and I had to remove the small crochet flower trim.