It's very comfortable and it's really close to fitting, so much so that I may have the band altered to make it fit. I swear I ordered 65 J but checking back on everying it's showing I ordered 70 HH. I had been told by multiple people to size up so I didn't worry about it. The band is super stretchy I can fit both fists in it on the smallest hook. The straps are changeable and I can make them crisscross or even use as a halter. I've got some center fullness as well as bottom fullness. I've recently tried some full cup bras and they are just way too big on top so, haven't had much luck. I'm starting to think this is the best it's going to get for me.
Updated on Nov 16, 2016 Flag this
Just so you know, when I started on my bra journey, I thought i found as good as it gets. Then i tried a few fails, then I found another that seemed ok enough to keep (it was really cheap on amazon), and then i found some that were perfect, and then I gained weight, and then I found some more that were pretty good . . . dont give up. Its the best you have so far, but I bet you'll find better still.
:-) Same with me. My actual "the best" is not the one I thought that could be the best six month ago. Newest improvement: I got a Cleo Inca bra with padded straps, which are so soft, they don't cut in at all!
(First bra- improvement: A bra that made it possible to bend my upper back and stretching my arms in ANY direction without getting my boobs squished painfully.)
In general EM bands tend to run tighter than a lot of UK brands, but I also found the band on this bra to be weirdly stretchy
I've read that a lot about EM bras running tighter the U.K. brands. This has never been the case for me. I take 28 in Cleo, Freya, CK, Comexim and EM. I did find this bra a bit too stretchy in the 60 band, though.