This bra began life as a freya deco vibe. I bought this bra with the intention of heavily altering it to be a deep u plunge bra. The bra did not fit well to begin with, the straps were too wide, the cups cut in at the top as well as puckering at the bottom.
After I did unspeakable things to it it fit very well, and gives wow-wow photoshop cleavage. The only thing that I couldn't fix is the band feels too tight. That was the case before I alerted the bra, and is about the same after.
I moved the cups in a great deal, there isn't a center gore anymore because of this. The band is probably more like a snug 28 now, which may be why it feels too tight. Aside from that I'm very happy with the way it fits now.
I have a few of these. They fit me perfectly at first but the backs have stretched out so badly that I had to buy bra extenders and sew them in on the wrong side so that I could add extra rows of hooks to tighten the back. Having done that they work reasonably well and fit well in the cup. I like the softness of the fabric and the width of the straps. The cups are nice and wide and the wires extend nicely to the side as I have tissue right under my arms.
I bought this bikini 5 years ago, but Freya has similar ones in every collection. Essentially, it fits fine, but it doesn't stay put too well.. meaning that you can get quad boob effect easily. At the moment I fill out the cup completely, so it stays put better than when my boobs were a tiny bit smaller. I think the problem is that the top layer, the printed fabric, is never attached to the wires. Do Not attempt to go down a slide with it, especially not if you also have tie-up bottoms. On the bright side: it looks gorgeous against tanned skin, and after 5 years of infrequent use it's still in tip top shape... and no see-through. Buut... next time I'd probably pick a different model for my active style.