Cup height (measured up the center outside): 6.25"
I ordered this in both 28FF and 28G, having read that this model can run small, but now I think I'm toeing the line between 28FF and 28G (or, more accurately, 26G and 26GG) anyway.
The 28FF gives better (phenomenal!) cleavage for my short-rooted, high-set breasts; the 28G acts more as a full-coverage bra than a half-cup on me but fits better overall, I think. There's no gapping and it seems to follow the shape of my breast better than the 28FF, which feels like it's cutting in at the top a little prematurely, giving me some quadboob and thus enhancing the ... cleavage factor.
I wish I could have a good fit and good cleavage out of the same size, but I may end up keeping both of these for different purposes!
The band is nice and snug and the straps are thin and fully adjustable, which is wonderful for my high-set chest. However, I've noticed that the straps start to hurt if I have them as tight as I'd like on most bras (perhaps because they are so thin). I still get excellent support if I loosen the straps, so this isn't an issue.
The lacy part on the top of the cup doesn't show through tight, thin t-shirts, so this would be a good alternative to the Freya Deco Half-Cup, especially if you're sized out of that like me--I've been looking for something like this for some time.
Also, I have noticed that the thin fabric on the outside of the molded cup seems to catch on EVERYTHING--fingernails, jewelry, etc. I don't think this will affect the look of the bra and I can only tell when I get close (or when something catches), but it is something to keep in mind.
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