This is a moulded cup, underwire bra. Straps were too wide for my shoulders - even adjusted tight they fell down with movement. This is despite the band being a bit tight. The cups didn't form to my shape - there was gapping (not wrinkles, not quad-boobage). Cup width just barely enclosed all breast tissue (might not with movement).
Returned. Didn't like it enough to bother trying a different size.
About me: petite with wide horizontal oval, slightly conical breasts * average projection * wide-set (3 fingers width of space between breasts) * very wide roots (extend past the mid-axillary line) * short roots * even horizontal fullness (just barely outer full) * mix of firm & soft tissue (front molds to shape of bra, sides push wimpy wires away) * conical shape (but will squish to round) * full on top (2/4 shape, not even or very full) - BUT functionally even to FOB due to short roots and soft tissue * petite (5'3") so have narrow frame
This is probably the most comfortable and flattering bra I have ever owned: nice push-up with a foam covered underwire and no itchy lace or fabric or poke-y bits! Is it a perfect fit? No, but it's close. The cups are medium weight foam molded there is a tiny amount of gapping at the top of one cup (the other one sits nearly flat). However, the band fits large and stretches quickly. Alterations are difficult because of the foam-like material.
I bought this on a whim, wondering if I might be able get some "cakes on a plate" cleavage, but no. This is nowhere near my size, so I'll just review some basics of the bra. It's a plain tee shirt bra in appearance with nothing fancy to show through a snug shirt. It's a pushup so the padding in the bottom of the cup is very thick. It almost seemed ridiculously thick to me but I'm not accustomed to pushup padding. The upper edge of the cup is scalloped for some pretty detailing. The straps are narrow elastic and super stretchy so no support is offered there. I was surprised at the gore. It's very low because it's a plunge, but it seemed unnecessarily wide at over an inch of cup separation at the narrowest point. I think if there is any center fullness, it would be difficult to remain in these cups. The quality of materials seems very nice.
My fave push up by far. I have another in a 32C that doesn't quite fit and I don't want to get rid of because I have hoarder tendencies. But it has great uplift and support. Can't go wrong with a seamless bra. Not to mention the sexy leopard lining. I plan on getting more colors for sure.
B.tempted is probably my fave of brands I have tried and own. They feel the best on and are well made. Honestly I am too lazy to handwash and these hold up in the wash. It is seamless and sturdy. A great tshirt bra. This is the first bra I bought on my journey to find my true size when I was told I was a 32C by over bust measuring. Couldn't find anything in the dept. store so I found one online I liked. If this was 30DD I'd be happier but it's works. I can usually get away with a C or D in a 32 band depending on the bra. and I'm terrible at letting things go that I spend good money on so I'm keeping it. At least til I have enough bras that actually fit well.
I used to have this bra in a 30DDD, and I think that version fit better. I wish I could find it! Problems with this bra: the straps are a little too wide-set, the top of the bra gaps if I move my shoulders around, and the band is just a little bit loose on both the loosest and center sets of hooks. It's nice to have a tan bra, and I still do wear this bra with certain items of clothing (specifically, lighter/thinner shirts that black bras just don't work underneath.)