The good is that this is a cute suit.
The bad is that the band is just a strip of power net, so there's no way to adjust it. The 32 is too big around for me, and so the suit itself doesn't offer much support. I can hike it up a certain amount by adjusting the ties, but it would be much more comfortable with an actual bra band, and tends to sag (excuse the poor cell phone photos, but I thought they'd be helpful. Note the one looking down into the cups - that's the view if the band is at all too large). And if ... I went down a size, I don't know how I'd get it on - as it is, it's a bit of a struggle. Which leads to my other concern...
The model photos suggest a bit more ease around the middle than what I experienced. I've found that that the middle runs fairly tight. If I bought it in a 30GG (or even an H), I don't see A: how I'd get it on or B: how I'd be able to breathe.
It's an adorable suit, and I know it works for some, but I won't buy another swimsuit without a proper bra band.
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