I had to bend the wires (a lot), since they went as far as where my shoulder blades are (seriously, I can't believe anyone's roots begin at their back). I am not a huge fan of how moulded cups look on their own, but I found out they actually create a great rounded and uplifted look under the clothes - so I am keeping this one.
There is some empty space at the bottom of the cup, which happens with my other bras as well (my ribcage is getting narrower and all bras keep sliding down a bit after a couple of minutes).
The side wings are tall for me ... (I have 165 cm), so they are hurting my armpits a bit... But I can live with that.
In general, I would say this bra is meant for somebody taller than me with shallower breasts than mine are and with less central fullness (thanks to bending the wires I get no longer spillage near the central gore, but there is a bit of empty space near my armpits - the cups go too high for me).
The leopard print is rather subtle, not showing too much, definitely not under the clothes.
The J clip gives me a good shape, helping to get the cloth of the cups towards the centre of my ribcage, where I have most of breast tissue.
What more to say? I like this one
EDIT: I was still not happy about the central spillage, which happened quite often, so I decided to make central gire narrower, which turned out to be a fantastic idea. I did the same with my 28J - Curvy Kate » Starlet Moulded Bra (CK2501) and now they both fit me really well. The measurments of the bra were taken before the alterations took place.
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