This bra felt like I had a tray strapped to my shoulders. It has a kind of pointy shape, and since i have very little breast tissue on the top (I am pendulous and bottom heavy) this gave me a shelf-like look. Which I thoroughly did not enjoy.
The band was too tight, I couldn't have fastened it myself on the outer hook even if I wanted to and that's why my daughter fastened it for me. With an extender it was more comfortable.
The gore was tall enough and it tacked, so that fit aspect was nice as I felt supported. I filled out the bottom nicely ... and the band/underwires didn't move when I moved or adjusted. I didn't fill out the top though and that gave me a pointy bullet bra-shelf-look which was the opposite of what i was looking for in a new bra. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_razz.gif" alt=":P" /> The stretch lace wasn't really touching my breast anywhere, as most of my breast was gathered in the bottom slope of the cup.
If the straps were closer together in this bra it might have fit me better. Along with a rounder shape it would most likely be near perfect.
It's the first bra I've had where the gore actually touches the skin on my sternum, which was very comfortable. I'm looking forward to finding a bra that fits well after I've had my breast reduction.
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