Runs large in band, recommend to sister size down. My short roots do not fill the top of the cup out, but the gaping hides under clothes and isn’t a deal breaker for me; there is only slight wrinkling near the top of the cup towards where the strap attaches. The bra is comfortable and I experience no digging or discomfort. The design is actually quite pretty, with reddish flowers that match the rest of the design sewn into the lace at the top of the cup. The straps are a decent thickness as well. The cups and lace on the cups do not have any stretch. Good projection.
My projected breasts can fill this bra's "pointy" cup shape! Most bra cups are not deep enough at the apex and "push" my breast tissue back towards my chest, but this Freya bra has the depth. However, my breasts are kind of saggy and this bra's construction doesn't feel supportive enough for a G cup - there is lots of bounce and movement when I wear this bra. The material is thin and stretchy and the shoulder straps are elastic with a lot of stretch. This bra might work for someone with firm self-supporting breasts but feels a little flimsy for my soft pendulous breast tissue.
Another oddity about this bra (or an indicator of its flimsiness) is the twisting of the centre gore. The gore doesn't lie flat, and in fact twists off to one side.
I have been trying to find a nice bra for my conical breasts for about 2-3 years now. This bra is AMAZING. I went down a cup volume (32D to 32C), and it doesn't have any pointiness or gapping thats associated with other bras and conical breasts. The top sometimes doesn't fill out entirely, but it's negligible. It is seamless under shirts and my nipples don't show through.
The fabric itself is a bit scratchy, and there's some bows I had to cut off. Another downside is the straps are just slightly too far apart for me, but I'm willing to deal with it for a bra that fits so well