Fits well enough. Slight quadding on top when the bra is new due to the elastic along the top of the cup, but once that stretches it's fine. It's my daily driver, but that's only because it's what I can find that fits-ish.
It fits flush against the strenum and the band is wide/small enough to fit with a two finger ease. The width of the underwire is a bit of an issue...there's constantly side boob. By the time I got up to this size, the side boob is minimal but it doesn't full wrap the side boob. However, even if it did, I would not purchase this bra.
Why? Because I'm looking for a bra that pulls the breast inward instead of pointing outwards (for a visually minimizing).
Just bought two of these on ebay in cappucino. I was going to return them, but maybe I will try some home alterations cause the shipping back and forth will cost me almost as much as the bras themselves. I'm a little disappointed in these because I have loved every Chantelle bra so far. The two part cups just don't feel quite supportive enough and leave me a little jiggly. The main problem is that the straps don't adjust along the whole length, and they don't adjust short enough (I must have short shoulders or high boobs because this has been a problem for me before). I think the cups are a touch big, but maybe it's due to the strap problem. The shape is very natural - as in natural boobs- and not as rounded as the rive gauche 3 part cup. I prefer the 3 part cup, rounded shape.