For the record, the tag says 36FF, not H.
I needed a longline for under my wedding dress (I don't have the time or patience to sew a new corset before then), and this was in my budget, pretty, and the closest I could get to a proper size. This bra is serviceable. There's some quadboob, and the gore doesn't tack, but you won't notice under my dress, and I'm sure not going braless. I'm also in the process of altering it so the neckline is lower. For anyone wondering, the bones are flat steel, not plastic. A good sign, except that they aren't fully encased in some ... areas and will probably poke through the lace.
Fit: go up a band if you care to breathe, it will still be *plenty* tight. Cups are large I'd say. A brand comparison chart at herroom.com puts this cup at a UK F, which I'm far from but still manage to make work.
Value: decent if you pay full price ($50), great if you snag it on eBay/amazon/somewhere else for less than $30.
Quality: pretty good, if I weren't already taking it apart to alter I'd still reinforce the area where the bones meet the bottom of the underwire.
Comfort: it's a longline, so don't expect to be doing cartwheels, but it's not bad. Easily worn all day, but break it in a little first if it's for something important like a wedding.
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