It's a little loose for me. Not hugely but I need to wear it on the middle hook. Also, I quad boob when I scoop n swoop but it settles down enough to be comfortable and to give a great cleavage! I actually wear it pretty frequently even though it's a bit small in the cup. I've had it for a while no and it hasn't really stretched out at all.
This bra doesn't fit me. I've ordered on ebay the 30FF, it was tiny - maybe contained half my breasts. So I exchanged it for a 32G - which was huge! Now I can fill only about 2/3 of the cups. I'd say that it corresponds to 32HH. My usual size is 30G/GG, for reference.
For sale: Brand New With Tags Lepel Elizabeth Molded Plunge. Tags say it's 32G, but it fits like a snug 32H or maybe even 32HH. It's huge in the cups and the size tag does not make sense. My boobs don't stay in. The cups are huge, I'd guess it's a J or a K. Really cute, wish it fit. I only wore briefly.
I heard that Lepel's non-Fiore bras ran deep in the cup. This was confirmed by the Erin unlined bra that I tried in a 30FF, the same size as my Fiore Balconette, so I ordered the Elizabeth Padded Plunge in a 30F, hoping that going one size down would make up for the too-deep cups. Bad idea. This plunge is at least 2 sizes too small for me in the cups. The amount of quad-boob I get here is kind of grotesque looking. Really, it's ridiculous. This might be a good bra for shallow breasts, since the cups certainly appear to be extremely shallow, but I can't be ...certain. Personally, I still think this is worth trying if you're looking to fit a shallow shape, just consider sizing up a little in the cup.
The band seems nice and tight (my underbust is 27", for reference), but that might very well be due to the too small cups. The bra itself is quite nice looking and I am particularly enamored of the (relatively) thin straps, since I wear a lot of thin-strapped tank tops in the summer and am always trying to find appropriate bras. Overall, I liked the bra and wish it fit me. Read more 97 more words