Independently, the band size and cup size seem to be right. However, when I actually put it on the back band doesn't seem to be stretchy enough and steals a little bit of stretch from the front band, which really stretches the underwire out on the sides. I don't think this is a fit issue as much as a design flaw, because the points where the straps attach are set very close to the side boning, so it looks like it's designed for the back to stretch more than it does. If it would stretch more it might be a really good fit, and maybe if worn enough it would work, but for me this is going back to the store.
The fabric of this bra is nice and smooth. It provides seamless coverage under my clothing, and the nude color is undetectable under a white shirt. I love that there are two options for strap placement in the back to help aid in hiding straps under a tank-top (using the detachable straps). Surprisingly this bra fits on the loosest hooks (It’s new and hasn’t stretched out yet) around my 26 inch ribcage. The cup fits the shape of my breast perfectly.
*In my photos, I have the straps on backwards with the length adjustment part in front instead of the back. This makes it easier for me to adjust them when I have them crisscrossed in the back.
This was a great strapless bra that I wore until I lost too much weight to keep the band from sliding down my back. The only complaint I have is that it is a fairly traditional strapless bra insofar as it covers your *entire* breast and the center gore comes fairly high. So, don't plan on wearing this with any dress or shirt that is low cut, and don't plan on any cleavage. When I bought a new (smaller) strapless bra, I decided to go with the Freya 4233 and it has a much lower center gore and produces a nice amount of cleavage.