I fell in love with this bra the moment I saw pictures of it online, but I was a bit disappointed with the shape. Aside from not quite being able to fill the bottom, I used to fit the bra quite nicely until I had some homeward migration occur, now I've got spillage out of pretty much all of my bras unless I tuck myself in (goodness I hate tucking myself in!). It's quite comfortable regardless of any fit issues.
I was optimistic about this one, but it doesn't seem to fit quite right, which is disappointing because I love the look of Lotties, and the colour is very nice. It's quite comfortable. It feels like a true 34 band, which is nice. I'll be wearing this for now, but I will probably list it soon enough.
This bra is really comfortable as long as I'm on/near my period and my boobs are swollen. If not, I can't quite fill the top of the cup since I'm heavier on the bottom. I can't wear CK in a G either. After a few hours of wear, you get what some bloggers have called the "upside down 7" effect since the top panel stretches but isn't elasticized. I don't feel like I'm going anywhere though (I've run around work in this) and I've worn it for 12+ hours without significant marking so it was worth buying.
The underwires are a tad too wide for me. I also found that the material on the top of the cup will wrinkle, and the bottom will gape, depending on how I adjust my breasts in the cup. I feel that this is to do with the underwires and may try Freya next (their 28FF Taylor is a little small in the cup for me but I wear it instead of this 28G). I feel that the gore hurts my chest some aswell, which is to do with the underwires. All in all it is a lovely bra, didn't get any torpedo boobs with it, but the Curvy Kate brand just doesn't suit me.
I bought this bra in hopes that I would finally find one that fit, but it was not to be. The band was rather tight and my breasts spill over on the top and side. It did not work for my bottom heavy breasts.