Cups fit well when wires are up under breast tissue correctly. When I really swoop and scoop I can over fill the cups. I have a very short torso 5'1" 175 lbs. I had to alter the fabric under the arms. I removed the straps and cut away about 3/4" of the fabric that cause chafing under my arms. I did not change the placement of the wires, but did move the straps toward the center of my body by about 3/4" on each side. This made the chafing stop but I don't believe it changed how the cups fit me. The wires to not poke. I am not used to the tight fit around my ribs yet, but I am willing to try this new adventure as I have been wearing the wrong size bra most of my 50 years! I will try a 34GG next.
This is probably one of my favourite bras. It was super cheap, it's very cute, and at the moment it's the best fitting bra I own. My only issues with it are some wrinkling at the bottom and a tiny bit of top spillage. Interestingly enough, I ordered it in baby pink at the same time, and that bra was a total disaster. The gore didn't sit anywhere near flat, and the fit was just all wrong. It's wonderfully comfortable, and I have no poking issues. Since the bottom is so much thicker than the top, there's a very clearly visible seam which you can see through many tops, but this is a very common problem, so I'm not too worried about it.
This bra gives me really weird projection. It is comfortable enough, but it seems to have stretched in the first week of wearing it, though I realize too late that it was a band size large. The cups wrinkle at the top, but other than that fit well. The central gore also digs into my sternum aon account of being too high, a problem I did not have in the 38G.
This bra gives me really weird projection. It is comfortable enough, but it seems to have stretched in the first week of wearing it, though I realize too late that it was a band size large. The cups were too small, but that is also a personal error as I figure out my size.