This was my first DD+ bra. Cups fit very well and gore tacks perfectly. I do get some wrinkling at the bottom of the cups and as my boobs settle in over the day the top of the cup by the strap also loosens and wrinkles. I thought the band was perfect when I got it but now I realize that it is much too loose for my liking.
I really like that the outer edges all around the bra cups are elasticized so the breasts can change a little, but still get a good fit. The wires are totally new to me, so it will take some getting used to. The cup goes high into the armpit into the front so it well contains the tissue under my arms, but the lace texture does scratch a little. I'll get used to it. Plain nude color, which is boring, but it's a good solid start.
**I've found that the wires tend to slide up to the armpits instead of staying in the gore, which makes the gore fail to tack. I fixed this by sewing through the wire channel to keep the wires fully tacked in the gore. It's a bummer that this happened at all, but an easy fix.**
For this bra to fit I would need bigger cups, narrower wires, and a tighter band. On the tightest hook immediately I still feel like it's not secure enough. I'm quadboobing out of it. It's not so obvious standing up, but if I sit down or lean the slightest bit over; definitely quadboobs. There's elastic on the edge of the cup that makes it even more obvious. The material especially in the back band is scratchy. I'd like the wires to be more narrow. On the plus side, although the wing height is 5", the wire does not fill the channel under my arms, so no poking there. Stretchy, thin wires stretch to 10" wide! Ugh. The side panel inside the cup is absolutely useless as it's on my side and too flimsy.
It's a good bra to wear with low cut tops and dresses. The underwire is a little high on the side. I don't wear this for long periods of time because of that. I like the design on the cups. Anywhere there's metal, it's discolored on the inside. I have no idea how because I was handwashing it. I machine wash it on delicate from now on.