I bought this thinking it would be the same cut as the Ingrid, but it seems shallower at the bottom, which is reflected in both fit and appearance. On my smaller side I see a little gaping toward the center gore, which is to be expected since I'm wide-set and this bra has a narrow gore. The cups are closed a little on top, so I don't think I would get awkward gaping even if my tissue could settle more at the bottom (like I said, the cups seem a little shallow on bottom compared to Ingrid). The seams are slightly visible under very tight/thin clothing, but I ... don't think the top edge of the cup would be visible even if I had too big a cup size, since the cup curves inward some at the top and the fabric is soft/not too padded. Normally, this curve inward would be an issue for me, since I have breast tissue almost to my collar bone that only likes to appear when my bra cuts in at the top, but in this case it's actually convenient and doesn't cut in at all. I used to think the line between gaping and quadboob was nonexistent (I've even tried bras that do both at the same time), but I think I found it for me. Although this is a "padded bra", it's not enough padding to add any bulk or make you all sweaty right after you put it on; rather, it's just enough to cover your nipples, should you decide that you want to keep those to yourself. I have a 28.5" underbust and a 65 is perfect, although in the months since I bought this I have had to start using the second set of hooks rather than the first. The sizing is a bit weird, as their size chart has me in something like a 70B. (No. A 65F works just fine, thank you.) I recommend looking around on ABraThatFits on Reddit as a supplement to info you can find here before buying. The straps are fully adjustable and I had them moved in slightly. The band is a mesh material.
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- Altered straps, Requested 3 rows, 4 columns of hooks.
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