This bra does not fit me, but it wasn't too bad for my smaller boob, and I have worn it a lot over the past two years. The band rides up, but the straps still manage to mostly stay put. The cup shape has held up pretty well, though the upper edge is starting to roll out just a bit. The band has not stretched out as much as might be expected. The fabric is nice to the touch.
This was my "go to" bra for years and years until I discovered my true size. Setting aside the obvious flaws that come with wearing a bra that is not fitted correctly, I will review the bra itself below.
Every single bra I owned lasted less than six months because the underwire broke through the fabric. This could have been from the band being too loose, or more likely, poor quality. The fabric is soft, relatively comfortable. It does not offer much in the way of support, so I could not recommend it for larger breasts. However, if this bra is available in your true size and you're tight on cash, it's not a terrible buy. Just don't expect it to last very long.
Target does not carry 32D or 32DD in their stores, but you can order them online. 34DD and higher is stocked in the stores, but they tend to sell out fast.
The cups are positioned a little to close together for my liking, the straps squeek and are set a little wide. I first bought this in a 34A but i couldn't get it hooked, I put a bra extender on it and it fit ok and the cups were almost too small. So I decided to try a 34B and it fit much better but I barely fit the cups. It is smooth and has a decent shape under clothes.
Very smooth fabric. Don't know how much the underwire supports as it's nowhere near my actual size. Band is super stretchy.
Still use this in emergencies, though it very obviously is too small. When I wear it, by the end of the day, you can see the dents in the sides of my boobs where the wire sat. It is the "other" crease that comes from years of bad bras and sits clearly on my breast tissue on the outsides of my boobs.
Sometimes I jerry-rig a clip in the back with paperclips and a hairband. That keeps the straps from falling off and helps the band support me a tiny bit.
I'm still struggling to find a bra since getting a proper sizing. Being on sale, this bra was only $12; I should have known better. I have sloping shoulders, so the straps don't stay put. The bottom of the cups wrinkle up, but my breasts fill the top nicely. It's comfortable, but not flattering. This one will work for a back-up bra, but that's about it.
This is a really comfortable bra, but it does not work for women with wide-set breasts. I did not fill the bottom of the cup well because of the placement of the wires. I basically got this bra because I just found out I needed a different size and it was only $3 (and it's hard to find 40Ds in cheap bras) I would only wear this bra as a T-shirt bra because it doesn't do much for my shape.