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Tried both a 32FF and a 34FF because they were the sizes on sale, and I wasn't really sure about fit with Curvy Kate yet anyway so I thought it'd help give me a ballpark. The 34FF definitely fit better, but wrinkled a lot along the middle of the cup and had a slight quad-boob going on the top for me. I'm guessing it's simply too deep for me, because the cup width should be good.
It was the first bra I've tried on in a long while that I could visibly see the straps tended to pull closer together in back and didn't seem too inclined to slip off my shoulders, which was really nice. Without wearing it in, though, I can't tell for sure if it would have stayed on my shoulders or not. And I could tell if it did start to slip off, it would make the fit even worse, so I'm not going to try it at this time.
Updated on Jan 20, 2015 Flag this
I tend not to do well in unpadded bras, so I was pleasantly surprised by how comfortable and attractive the Gia is! I have it in both the black and blush colorways, and they both look lovely on. (Also, the matching briefs are cute, cover my whole butt, and are *amazingly* comfortable.) The straps are a little wide for me and there's a bit too much fabric in the tops of the cups for me to fill, but it doesn't show under clothes -- it's hard to describe, but the *edge* of the cup lies flat, and so does the solid fabric that makes up the bottom of ... the cup, but the fabric in the top half of the cup (especially up towards the strap) sort of puffs out a little in between because it's designed for more volume/a more perfect hemisphere than I have on the top of my breast. But like I said, it doesn't show under clothing or at all unless you're looking closely at the place where the cup meets the strap, so it doesn't bother me.
Updated on Oct 02, 2014 Flag this
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Added on Apr 05, 2015