Thought I had moved into 32GG range so I got this from another user here. So I'm in the G+ or GG- range I guess.
Love: padded wire channels (wires are 12", channels are 13"). Brown and pink color. Wires don't poke my underarms (I'm short). Side support boning. Overall balanced projected/rounded look.
What doesn't work for me with this bra is the upper cup lace which is firm fabric in a lacy look, not the stretch lace of other Fantasie bras I own. This "lace" is not forgiving, and I need to be forgiven for a slightly large cup. I think it won't show under most tops ...I own but still, I need the softer lacy lace.
I'm the third owner at least, so not sure how much the band has stretched but it feels pretty true to Fantasie 32.
Update after 3 weeks: I am strangely drawn to this bra despite it being a little too large and having the heavy embroidery on the lace. It is soft, comfortable, and so, so lovely. The embroidery is gorgeous but I wish it were not there because I need the stretch lace. But I grab for this bra first.
It's really difficult for me to say. I bought this bra from an individual (so, not returnable), and when it arrived, I immediately noticed that the cups were much too small. However, I think that's more me not knowing my size than it is reflective of anything about the bra itself.
This is the best bra ever and you should buy five. It's a sexy, beautiful bra that's discreet and comfortable enough for daily wear, whenever, wherever.
I wore my previous one of these into the ground, finally admitting I needed another when I found a rubbed-red patch where the underwire was coming out. That bra was almost 2 years old and I wore it most frequently.
Cups are too small & cut into the tops of my breasts - quad boob. Side escape. Band felt fine, similar to other 34's I have. Too bad, it's a beautiful bra. Shape a little pointed, but not bad under clothes.
This bra has a fairly severe diagonal at the top of the cup – there is some flattening and squooshing going on, as there is for me with all bras cut in this fashion. It does give a pointed rather than rounded silhouette, which I personally do not see as a deficit; in fact, it's what I reach for when seeking a midcentury silhouette.
If I were to replace this bra, I would go down a band size (there has always been a bit of shifting) and would consider going down a cup size (I have lost weight since its purchase). So, probably a 30F.