First off, go down a band size in this bra, it runs VERY stretchy in the band. I have it fastened on the 3rd of 4 rows, but it probably should be on the tightest. On the second, it wouldnt stay in my IMF at all.
While this is technically a leopard print (despite being called panther) it is very subtle, which works for me as I am not a fan of animal prints. To me, this is just a textured navy bra. I bought it because I wanted to try a bigger S, and it was new and on sale (and i did ... not like the only other S in this batch).
So, the cups definitely fit better than my poor lovely Eden. One pad in my smaller side and none in my bigger side seems pretty good. The top view is, to my eyes, remarkably even - most of my top views you can clearly see how uneven my boobs are, so the pads do a good job.
I am not sure S is the best shape for me. On the one hand, the look under clothing is spectacular - high up and smooth. On the other hand, I just dont like the way it looks without a shirt as much. I feel like I have 'cup-of-boob' - my breasts are so soft, its like they are being held in a cup, and they almost flatten at the top, because I am so soft and there is no support on the top to shape them.
However, I suspect I will wear this a lot (until the band stretches out or I lose weight) because it does give such a solid look under clothing, and of course warm in the winter!
The lining of the bra is black cotton, the straps are nicely thick and stretchy, the pink flower is soft and made of ribbon. The band fabric feels smooth like my BM but slightly thicker, but the elastic along the bottom of the band is narrower than the BMs elastic
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