Go up sevvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvveral cup sizes. This is more for shallow breasts, so if you have projection the need to size up is imminent to create more projection, or just avoid this all together. Pros: Cute color, love the fact it's cute and a racerback that looks good. Cons: shallow cups, quadboob
This is a larger band size than I typically wear, and I'm curious to see how this fit will change once it's stretched. This fastens in the front and is not adjustable. I have worn this multiple times and I love it. This bra is very comfortable and the racerback works with my back and shoulder blades perfectly.
- Tight back is excellent for a small person like me - lace detailing is so cute! - perfect for lazy days, I love wearing scoop back shirts so the lace can show! - smooth, lovely under t-shirts - straps are wonderfully adjustable - Can you beat $5?! - such soft cups, so comfortable!
- The bottom of the cups are a bit weird but it's workable! Could have something to do with my shallow breasts.
Alas, it seems as though this bra did not get scaled properly. The 30DDD has an absurdly wide gore: I have yet to experience trouble with bras that are renown for wide gores, but this takes the cake. I believe the main culprit is the front closure in this situation. Then the cups are so wide they practically stretch to my back. This bra does have a very tight band, so I would recommend it for any sub-28's in a smaller cup size. I did try this bra in a 30DD, which seemed to fit adequately save for some quad-boobing which may not pose an issue for someone with less shallow tissue than I.
This is a cute bra and would be splendid for under t-shirts. I get a little quad-boob, so I'll be re-ordering in a 30DDD/E. It is front closure, so I'm not sure how well it will wear with age, especially if the band stretches out at all. The front closure sits very low, but is comfortable.
I tried this one on in the dressing room, so I don't have a good long-term feel for it. I have shallow, wide breasts.
I only had two fit issues. The first was that the edge of the cups cut into my breast tissue (no surprise, with shallow breasts). The second was that the "gore" (it's a front-close bra) was too wide. The cups were much too separate for my boobs. Interestingly enough, I think that if the cups were closer together, this bra might work for someone with shallow breasts.
This bra ended up being a lot more comfortable than I thought it would be. The cups were smooth. The lacy straps didn't itch or rub anywhere, and adjusted short enough. The racerback fit my back perfectly (didn't lay on my shoulder blades anywhere).
I wish this one had fit, because it would have been a very comfy bra.