This bra was recommended to me because I like the Cleo Maddie (which I have in a 34F, but haven't tried in a 32FF). With a 33" snug underbust, I sometimes fit a 32FF and sometimes a 34F, so I tried the Juna in both sizes.
For the most part, I like this one. The Cleo Juna fits similarly to the Maddie in the cup. For me, the gore tacks well and the band is comfortable. The cups are a touch small, so I get a bit of quadding. I don't know how apparent that is in the pictures, but I can definitely see it through a tight shirt ... when I look down at my chest. I like the cups otherwise - they're lightly padded so they are smooth and don't let nipples show through. I was a little worried about the vertical seam showing through shirts, but it does not appear to. It does; however, help the cups move with me better than most molded cups do. I'm not sure if going up a cup size would help or just make the fit weird, but I'm not planning to try it because of the problem I'm having with the straps. Honestly, the main complaint I have about the bra is actually the straps. There is an o-ring between the soft, padded section of strap and the adjustable portion of the strap. Unfortunately, the bra fits me in a way that puts that o-ring at a weird spot on my shoulder that wouldn't be comfortable for all-day wear.
Ultimately, I'm not keeping this one. It was tempting because I got it for a good price and it is a close fit, but I have options that suit me better.
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