This fits very similarly to the Freya Deco, except that I would say the front edge of the cups is a little more rigid so it is less likely to gape than the Deco. The band on mine stretched out quickly and was large to start with, so I'd definitely recommend sizing down. Like the Deco, it's an awkward bra to fit - if it's slightly too large you get gaping at the top. I wear a 28G in most styles now but still wear a FF in the Deco and Crystal, even though it's slightly too small. It just gives me more cleavage than it did when ... I was smaller. Whilst a 28G looks like it fits me when I put it on, my boobs 'settle' into it after a while and I am left with room at the top. I am fuller on the bottom so this is partly the reason. I would not recommend it if you have soft breast tissue or have migrated tissue you're trying to move - it's too easy for your boobs to slip out and the wires don't come up high under the arm.
Of course, the good reasons why women love it are that it's a low cut plunge, the cleavage is great and it's very comfy.
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