Black satin fabric all over, slightly padded 3-part cups, but not stiff at all. I'd call it a plunge, which on me is a miracle. Bows at strap attachments and fabric-covered button on center gore. Top edge of cup is finished with a bit of black mesh with satin fabric edging. Elastic all along bottom and from each strap to back. Two hooks.
When I first got this bra, I loved it because it fit me pretty much perfectly. Now that I've shrunk all over, the cups are too big and it makes me sad. I'll be listing it shortly.
I suspect I'm probably a 32FF/G or 34F/FF in Bravissimo ... now.
BAND: A bit stretchy. Seems true-to-size to me.
CUPS: Fit me better when I was bigger. Allows for some fullness on top, but might cut in if you are really full up there. (I'm guessing at that because I have no reference point as I have nothing up there.)
CUP DEPTH/APEX: I had less problem with the bottom-of-cup depth in this bra than I usually have - the apex did not seem too high for my very short boobs when the volume fit me.
WIRES: A little thin, but supported me. They are also very short, center and sides, which I loved.
STRAPS: Still a little wideset for me, even when the cups fit me better. This is typical for me with my narrower side-to-side frame measurements than I'm "supposed" to have with my current 'around' measurements.
AESTHETICS: I love this bra and wish it still fit me. Soft enough and pretty enough to seem 'fancier', but still is an everyday wear.
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