I normally wear 32fd/34f in freya. I knew this would prob be too tight when I ordered it, but my band size wasn't available. I tried this on with an extender and it fits fine. The bottoms of the cups do seem a bit shallow but I'm not sure if the padding will relax after wear and create more room. The gore tacks but not as firmly as I'm used to..sizing up would make the cups too big so I suspect that my center fullness is at play. I haven't decided if I'm going to keep it but it's growing on me
I normally wear a 32ff/34f in freya. This was a bit too small and ended up giving me a pointy shape. I suspect it would have worked if it had a bit more deptVery pretty bra. You can add extra padding but mine didn't come with any.
It's a molded cup, so it's got a bit more of a smoothing effect. Even though I don't 100% fill out the top of the cup, it holds it shape. Very front-and-center, though the side support is so strong, it almost gives a bit of a pointy shape. I'd like a little more lift, but that's because my breasts are fairly low on my chest--anything short of a pulley system is going to feel a little low to me.
Most incredibly, the wires are narrow enough! I have never found another bra that doesn't creep too far under my armpits. Very strong, very sturdy hold, beautiful satiny fabric, very narrow wires, and removable pads for va-va-voom cleavage. Comparable to Curvy Kate's showgirl line, but with EXTREMELY narrow wires instead of extremely wide ones.
This bra is so pretty! Unfortunately it's way too small. While its labeled a JJ it is NOT the same as a UK JJ cup. It's measurements match more with a UK 30H or a very firm 32GG. Very well made with sturdy construction. The wires are nice and narrow and the cups are deep.