This bra was just too big for me, but I can see it working for larger breasts, especially those with more upper fullness. The cups run at least one size big and pretty high. Wires too wide and high, poking into my armpits and sternum. Couldn't fill the tops of the cup and couldn't keep the bottoms filled, either. Band is great: nice and snug, comfortable, four columns of hooks. Grey color is ok, lace detailing pretty. Well made, sturdy.
This is the prettiest bra I own, and I can't even wear it -__- The wires are narrow. The floral detailing is aligned perfectly to cover my nipples. The area of the cup that is sheer is kind of cream colored. There's a cute bow on the gore, and where the straps meet the cups. There are 4 columns of hooks (always nice). This bra is overall very comfortable, but the cups are just too small for me. It flattens my shape and gives me crazy quadboob. I think I'd need about two cup sizes larger. I bought this ...at a boutique, and I regret spending so much on a bra I can't really wear. It's been untouched since around September https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> This bra retails for $88 (I think it was $91 at the store). I bought it for about $70 because it has a minor blemish (shown in photo). One of the cream colored threads from the inside was sewn onto the front of the top black edge of the cup. My mom sewed a darker thread on top of it and now it blends in. This is the only reason I marked the quality as good rather than excellent. It is high quality overall. I'm really hoping to get some of my money back, and give this pretty bra to someone who can enjoy it.