I'm FOB, pendulous, and narrower than I thought as these cups may be a bit wide for me. The extra width might be working in my favor here because the Juna feels and looks like I'm finally getting sufficient immediate projection, yet it's described as shallow. On top I am rather empty - does that go hand-in-hand with pendulosity? So I fill the cup but the lace top trim is essentially flapping in the wind. I think about cutting off the lace every time I wear it, but worry I might need the height - it is definitely a half-cup on me. The plan is to tuck ... and sew the outer lace corners down into the cup to pull-in the extra. Now that the band has stretched a little, the 34GG is fairly comfortable for most of the month and I get a forward, rounded shape, except where the lace sticks out. The high gore is perfect for me - it sits against my breastbone but does not dig in. Also straps are not spaced too far apart, a recurring balconnet problem of mine.
I have the 36GG in black, one of my first new bra size online purchases. I thought it was the loveliest bra and far better-designed/made than anything I owned to date. It was padded, but still felt kind of sexy. Of course the 36GG doesn't fit at all - nor does the equally adored black Tutti Rouge Liliana 36GG which arrived in the same package. My point is I don't feel passionate at all about the nude Juna - it's a padded, beige bra, and after I fix the lace I will be able to wear it under tshirts as well as my one white blouse. The beige color fabric reminds me of pancake make-up, flat and heavy. That said, it's not a bad skin tone match on me.
Lastly, it feels sturdy. I suspect it will last for years.
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