This seems like a good "workhorse" bra - lol I don't know what else to call it. It's not overly fancy, but it does push up my breasts nicely without being over the top like *BAM!* CLEAVAGE! I like the way my breasts look in it. It looks good with a v-neck t-shirt, is what I'm saying. I have a smooth profile, nothing weird and lumpy going on. However, the band seems a little on the stretchy side: I really haven't had this bra for very long and already I'm using the middle hook. It might be because my band measurement is kind of in between sizes, 31.5 last ...time I checked. Usually I end up trying on a 30 band as well as a 32 band to cover all my bases. While it fits enough to say "Okay this here bra is pretty comfy" I think the widths of the underwires may be a tiny bit too narrow. I've got some wide-set breasts, and I get a tiny bit of tightness/discomfort towards the outer edges of the wires heading up towards my armpits. But I haven't had this bra for very long, so maybe I just need to break it in. I'll give it some more time, but I might update this later with additional thoughts and change the "does it fit?" portion accordingly. In conclusion, this is a good all purpose bra, but if you have breast that are bottom-heavy, spread apart and with a wide root, you may want to proceed with caution.
[ETA]: The bra is definitely too small now. I don't think it was a matter of the cups being too narrow, I think it was basically the cups were too small and shallow. This is a good basic bra though. Read more 185 more words
This fits like a 30" band; had to start off with an extender. It will stretch to a 32", but it starts to distort the wires. Padded restricted stretch straps are only partially adjustable, short and feel very tight; don't stretch much. Cups: good cleavage bra; lots of lift, good projection and I don't fall out. Seamed cups are faintly visible under a T-shirt. If I could lengthen the straps just a little further the problem of center quadding would go away completely. Capri Floral colorway: pretty shades of pastel blue and lavender on a solid gray background.
My second purchase of a bra that hopefully fits. Right now I am going for comfort before I branch out. I will not walk out of a store with something that feels uncomfortable. This came from a so-so, not huge Dilllards in my town.
Gorgeous bra. Got this size as only prime option on Amazon. Looked huge but actually fits well. Little bit of cut on bigger boob though. Just not ready to give in on that issue. Also the seam is prett prominent through thin material and I really want seamless look. But gorgeous look and quality and feel Edit: tried it again, the slight cut on left is remedied by tucking. Stays in place with jumping jacks. Really really comfortable. Going to keep it. Hopefully band won't stretch too much.
Edit: After also trying this in 32G and 34DDD/F, the 34DDD/F fits best. I walked around in them for awhile and the 34G has just enough extra space for a little bit of boob to escape and fold over on the inner edge. It's not really quadding but it looks that way under clothes. I really don't want folds of boobies outside of my bra. I also get some nice cleavage with the 34 DDD/F; it borders on quadding but should be OK.
This bra is so beautiful and super comfortable. It's very soft and pretty. It's lightly padded for modesty and gives a lovely, natural shape in clothes. It is seamless and smooth and looks great under everything. The cups are trimmed in a tonal, subtle yet fun, animal print, which also extends across the entire wing and on the front part of the straps. Unfortunately, it doesn't fit me. It is brand new, with tags and has never been worn, only tried on.
I love this bra! It gives good lift and shape. The fabric is very soft and I like the Safari detail. The straps are thick enough and the wires don't poke into my armpits. However, I think for me the band is too big and I would do well with a 30. The gore is wide, so it does not push the breast tissue together.