The band was just a bit loose and the cups were too wide in the center for my very small rib cage. Even thought the bra is a 30D, it's not designed for a petite frame. This bra is soft, extremely comforable, and wears smoothly under clothing but it doesn't add any lift or support. It's a good, everyday bra that lasted a few months before the band stretched out too much to fit.
Really comfortable. I normally get gaping with moulded bras, but the design of the bra helps avoid this. Not the prettiest bra but i think it looks interesting. There is some wrinkling in the front of the cup but i think that was due to how it was packaged and i hope it will disappear. I think it has a slight minimising effect as my shirts fit properly in the chest when I wear it. I do get a slight amount of quad boob at certain times of the month as it a touch too small in the cup. The band feels like a true 30 to me.
Edit- i ...have just started to notice that when i'm sat awkwardly my boobs start to fall out of the cup and my nipples get exposed a bit. And I like sitting awkwardly. :/ I think this is because the gore isn't flat against my sternum, which is partly down to the bra's design. Most of the time though the gore not sitting flat is not really a problem, though those with bigger breasts might want to avoid this bra as sometimes even I get the feeling that I'm not totally secure (I do prefer balcony bras as I like to feel held in properly).
I think I will need to avoid plunge bras (I imagine the problem would be worse) and stick to balconettes.
Also- the elastic in the band is evil! It's gotten worse as I've worn it in! Normally I can wear a bra all day and the band won't bother me, but after 5 hours it's too painful to wear. Read more 162 more words