This is a good strapless bra, the best I have tried. I don't think any strapless bra can be as good as a non-strapless one, but this one works. I wish the silicone lining was stronger, and went around the top of the bra. I think this will be part of my rotation, mostly using straps.
Beautiful bra, kind of a dark beige to latte colour. Padded, firm but soft fabric. Narrow cups, silicone on band, straps can be removed. I just have to accept the fact that there's no strapless I will ever feel comfortable wearing. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" />
The cups are a bit thick, but not as thick as push up bras. It also comes up very tall and shallow, which tend to cover up rather than flatter my short boobs. Luckily it is quite open at the armpit area so the tall cups and wings do not bother me. However I found my skin sensitive to the silicone lines on the band in very hot summer, perhaps because of the sweat. In cooler weathers it is pretty wearable.
I normally wear a 28E but ordered a 28F when I read a suggestion to size up in Kris Line. The wires are narrow, which is good for me. However, they are much too tall for my high-set breasts and poke my armpits. The wires sit lower than my inframammary fold because it's so tall. The band seems to ride up, but I think that might be because the cups sit so low on me, since the band seems pretty true-to-size.
The bra has pretty lace and a cute charm/bow at the gore. I also appreciate the fact that the straps are removable.
This would probably work better for someone with tall, narrow roots who wanted the kind of "oomph" that half-cups create.