My shape: soft, deflated, full on bottom with tall shallow top, measure to 36E
This bra is so pretty. The fabric, details, satin, and strap details are incredible. It also is the worst fitting bra of the ones I own. The cups are so huge that the fabric falls away from the top and the bottom creates an ugly pointy shape. I can't really comment on aspects of fit since I haven't tried it in any other sizes.
This bra exudes luxury. It's all rich coloring, ruby red and deep, chocolate brown. In other words, the perfect nude for my shade of brown. It's not quite my taste, but it's so itself that I can't help but love it. It's got great little features that I didn't notice in its stock photos: this really interesting-looking spiderweb-patterned stitching on all of its edges but the armpit-facing ones, and these fake bow halves on either side of the clasp, so that when fastened on the tightest hook, there's a fake bow just waiting to be "unwrapped." Its straps are the best feature, though. They've got that spiderwebbing on ...either edge of them, so when your bra straps show you look unexpectedly classy.
It's also really, really, extreeemely comfortable and supportive. It's a great bra for dancing in, going to concerts in, or any other heavy-movement occasion.
The only issue is that you have to be somewhat cognizant of all that spiderwebbing to make sure it doesn't get all bent out of shape between your body and the bra, but it doesn't really make a big deal out of itself. Read more 79 more words
I've just recently starting wearing 30 band size bras (previously wore 34C), so I am still experimenting with my size.
The band and straps are very firm and not very stretchy, I like this. I can't quite fill the top of the cup, but it's very minor and since the bra is unpadded, you can barely tell. The placement of the straps work very well for me.
The bra has these little bow details stitched into it on one of the straps, and in back where the hooks are.