I like this bra. It does run a cup size small. I could definitely wear a 30E instead of DD in this bra. My tissue is very soft so the quadding on the bigger breast doesn't show through shirts, and I don't feel pinched by the wires. This bra cup top is "open". If you're very shallow on top it might not work. I'm full on bottom, but the tissue has nowhere to go but up, so it easily fills the top. Bottom of these cups is very shallow.
I bought this based off recommendations...needless to say, it was way too shallow.
Color was a lovely light nude, but pity it did not fit. Band was an inch longer than the normal Cleo band (ex: the Cleo Mimi) and the straps were falling off the distal end of my clavicle. While the cup was sufficiently wide (yay classic Cleo wires!) the volume was far too shallow! Cup volume was at least 1/2 cup too small. I imagine this bra would be great for fans of the Cleo Juna bra looking for a t-shirt bra with a little more projection. ty buying a band size down (if you can....sigh).
For reference, I am a 28D with average projection, wide roots, 2/5 vertical fullness and center fullness.
This bra comes up very small in the cups. I am generally a 32F, including in other @Cleo bras. I feel I am at the very limit of being contained in the 32FF - almost but not quite at the point of quad boob.
I generally struggle to find moulded bras that fit- this one work well for me because the cup is not high.
I like the unusual shade (magenta) and the shape it gives me. Comfort is good.
I would like the band to be tighter. I had to wear it on the tightest hook from the outset, and it does feel like there is a roll of flesh below the band that should really be within it. I would try a 30G or maybe even GG next time.
Very similar to Cleo Riley Moulded Shirt Bra (9141), but the lace on the top of the cup was more visible under shirts and it wasn't quite as closed on top. Color was impractical for me. Would purchase for keeps if it came out in a more neutral colorway.