These molded cups are huge. They're very tall (possibly tallest I've ever tried on in this size range) and also wide. Definitely not for short rooted people! That said, this would be a really cute bra on certain shaped breasts (my guess would be tall and average-wide roots, wide set, with fullness and projection).
Before I understood my size, this was my favorite bra: I bought two. The second was black. My breast began to escape under the band. So, I bought a third; one cup size and band size larger. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";-)" /> This is a lovely pale sand bra. It conceals nipples, fabric is silky and soft, pushes tissue forward and inward, and is finished with admirable details (tiny tulle ruffle, double front straps, beautiful lace wings). I wish this fit https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" />
I purchased this bra in nude and black before I understood my "size." I liked this bra so well that I purchased it in another size. Note: the nude bra is bigger than the black bra. It has lovely, subtle details that I appreciate such as a small, shimmering tulle ruffle along the top of cups and base of band, stretch lace side panels, and double straps (front half of strap). The padding is sufficient to hide prominent nipples. Although this is too small for me, it gently lifted my FOB breasts into round mounds. The gore, straps, and band are quite comfortable.
Due to the wide nature of this bra, my narrow,projected breasts do not fit. I adore the dainty tulle cup and band edge. The double strap is lovely, also. Although I experience some quadding on the inner breast tissue, I do not fill the top of this cup near the strap. Beautiful, but wrong shape for me.
A nice fit for me on the second hook, although my bigger breast has a little bit of quad boob during my menstrual cycle. After a few washes, the edges have turned up a bit (away from my skin) but it isn't a problem.
My first close enough fit after my last growth spurt. After a couple wears the band is definitely too big for me but the depth in the cups is great and it's pretty much invisible under all the the thinnest shirts. The wires do tend to chafe under my arms since they come up too high and I think the cups might be a touch wide but I'm still not sure where exactly the line is between tissue and fat to say definitively.
This bra has a slight push-up, is thick enough to hide any nip show through, is cute, and gives a really nice shape under clothes.
It is not too bulky and the push up padding is not excessive.
The bra fits me almost perfectly. The band is slightly too loose, feels more like a 32 band than a 30 to me. The cups fit well, but for whatever reason on one side the wire rubs a little under my armpit. I think the wires are slightly higher than most of my other bras.
The center gore is only 1" high, so it works well for my close set breasts.
I used this bra for a while. It definitely supported better than I thought! It was perfect until I outgrew it, haha. The only problem I had with it was the lace trim on the cup that I cut off. It had come undone from the stitching and bothered me. Otherwise, there are the minor stains on the armpits. The cups have shrunk a bit, I think, but fill out when worn.