I've had this bra since October, and it's definitely a favorite in my collection. Before I really start the review, I will say that in the ~five months I've had this bra, I've had to go to the second set of hooks, and I do feel that the material of the bra is not as firm and supportive as it was when I first got it. Also, my fingernails catch on the stretch lace at the top of the cups sometimes, so there are a few fuzzy spots here and there where I've very minutely ripped the lace.
The pictures I've inserted are after a quick outing with my ... dog (plus after pulling up my boobs a bit), but I would say that my boobs don't move around all that much in this bra. Even considering the tissue settling that does happen, I would say it's mostly a cosmetic affect because it doesn't compromise the support of the bra. Beware, though, on me at least, this bra digs into my ribcage and /hurts/ after a few hours of wear. There have been a few times where I've taken this bra off somewhat expecting to be bleeding when I've not worn my bra liner. With the bra liner, though, this isn't a problem.
This bra--at least on me and my very soft tissue--has a more natural shape, I'd say. It gives me more of an oval/teardrop shape than, say, a Cleo Envy or Freya Deco.
Overall, if your boobs are like mine, I think you'll like this bra. It does a good job of keeping my soft tissue encapsulated, manages my very full on top breasts well, and has narrower wires than your average British full-bust brand. Still, I have the issue that I do in all bras of my breasts not filling the bottom of the cup and the wires being too wide. My biggest problem with this bra would be its material. It's incredibly soft and comfortable but not the most supportive. I'd go for this bra on a long day of sitting in class.
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