I'm the same person who reviewed the 30H, so this is a review of the best possible size for me.
My breasts are deep and full toward the center, and this bra is too shallow and wide for me-- I get a slight amount of quadboob toward the center of my chest, and the sides are slightly empty-- it's the right size, but not really the right shape. That said, it is very comfortable, and I really like how it looks under clothing, so it's still a great bra in my opinion.
This is like an actually FLATTERING and attractive minimizer-- it gives a lovely, uplifted rounded profile, but ...the breasts aren't projected forward, they are spread wider across your chest. I included a few pictures of myself wearing a tank top with this bra underneath to give an idea of the profile you can expect from this bra. Even though the fit isn't perfect, it's still cute as hell without a shirt, too.
The strap feels stretchy, which is comfortable, but I think I'll be moving to tighter hooks in short order. It runs a full band-size large, IMO, typical of Freya. A 28H would be perfect. I'd also prefer 3 hooks across the back, but it's a very comfortable feeling band, so it's not really a complaint. I wish Freya's bands ran more true-to-size. The gore does float a small amount, which is unusual for me as my breast tissue is pretty soft and normally will conform to a wide gore (and then scream bloody murder after a few hours). I think the underwire may be more flexible than most. Read more 162 more words
The band is a little big. I am in between 30 and 32, so 30 was the best choice for me in this model. The cups are weird... shallow and wide. definetly not easy on women with different size breasts. I am full-on-top and usually need more projection, however the cup fits perfectly on my smallest boob, but there is a small quad-boob on my right side. This does not show much under clothes.
The straps and wires are wide, wich is perfect for me. I have wide shoulders and some breast tissue almost under my arm. This would not fit well for women with narrow roots.
The 'padded' cups are lightly padded. It is as thin a spacer cup, but with vertical seams for support.