What a cute bra! I own the Taylor in both colours, plus the Ashlee and the Carly.. they are definitely my favorites.
I bought this a few years ago, when I found out this wasn't the good size for me. So no, it doesn't fit, the band is too large and the cups too small, but it was, for the period, the best fitting I ever had so I kept it for the records. Now I have the 30G, not yet perfect band wise, but I like it so much I won't complain.
This bra fits perfectly. Sometimes I get overage, but it depends when during the month. This is my now go to nice cleavage bra. Too bad it isn't sexier (thick straps). I own a Deco Plunged Bra of the same size, but that one seems to be a cup size too big.
I love the Freya Deco bras, they are always comfortable for my boobs. They don't stretch out quickly and they don't poke anywhere. I only had to switch to the middle hook after using this bra on the outer hook for one year almost continues use. This bra keep my boobs lifted and looking great. The Taylor version of the Deco bra looks so sophisticated.
I have always read that the Freya Deco's can be a hard fit and this was no exception. Though it wasn't as bad as what I read.
The band is quite stiff and therefore it's a little snug, but not to the point of causing discomfort or pain. I'm sure it'll break in after a few wears, too. One annoying thing though is that the the band feels a little scratchy when you are moving around a lot.
I have some very slight gaping at the top of the cups, evident in any position other than standing perfectly strait and tall. Lean just a little and they gap. But it doesn't seem to be a big enough problem to show under clothing.
Love the teal velvet trim along the top of the cups. Top of the cups gape and aren't right for my shape, especially near the gore, where the cups just plain deform because they aren't filled out properly. Such a bummer because the bra is very pretty. It's a bit stretchy for a 30 band- stretched to 33".
This bra definitely fits much better than the other Deco family bras. The Hatty in 30E is a gapey disaster on me, as is the 28F Honey. I'd read the top was more closed which is why I wanted to try it, and it seems to be true! There is still some gapping after I've been wearing it around for a bit, but it is much less than the other bras and isn't noticeable under clothing. The bra seemed at first like it wanted to make a run for my waist, as it doesn't have a ton of immediate projection, but turns out to stay put okay.