Alas, this bra doesn't fit me. I bought it second-hand because it was cheaper to determine my new/current size that way, and alas this is not it. In the photos, the quad-boob doesn't look so bad, but let me assure you that when I push my shoulders back even a little bit, there's a massive line where the cups dig in. I thought it was due to hormones, but it's still too small for me a week later. I'm quite sad that it doesn't fit because it looks very pretty and feels nice. I like the shape that I think it's suppose to create because I'm a fan of three-part cups that have an uplifted and somewhat triangular shape from the side. I'll keep it around just in case my boobs magically change again, and pass it along if that doesn't happen for a while.
The bra is white, covered in small green, purple and aqua flowers. The band has a mesh fabric whereas the cups do not, although the flower pattern is on the band as well. The top panel of the cups is made of aqua coloured lace which I find really pretty.
This bra gives a nice natural shape. The band is nice a firm, and the cups fit snuggly. There's some wrinkling at the top of the cups but I think going down a size would be too small, since it fits fine everywhere else. I would say that this bra is the Freya Jolie in a different fabric, since the fit for me feels almost identical.
I bought this bra to compare with the 28E size (see review here: http://bratabase.com/browse/freya/celia-4531/28E/). The fit between the two is very close. The bottom of the cups are almost identical but the tops of the 28DD cut into me. If you find that the 28E is too big at the top, but fine at the bottom, this size and model might work for you.
This bra is so pretty, and I really wanted to like it, but the fir isn't quite right, The cups are to small, and it gives my breasts a strange shape. I'm not sure if that is just because of the smallness of the cups, I suspect this shape just isn't suited to my breasts. Otherwise, it is a very comfortable, good quality bra.