The fit on this bra is borderline - I do get some quadding with it but it's barely noticeable when I have a top on - the next cup size up is a little too big so clearly it's not really the right bra for me. I've been making do with it until I could find something that was a better fit so now it's time to get rid of this one.
Disclaimer: I'm in the beginning process of determining my bra size. Online recommendations have been 32C-30D-30DD-30E
Pros: This bra has very soft fabric and feels nice against the skin. There are four sets of two hooks, I loved having an extra set of hooks. The color Electra Atm is very pretty. I have a very slight concave chest and this bra so far is the closest to sitting against my sternum.
Cons: Even for my narrow breasts the wires a just a little too short, I think. My shallow breasts did not fill out the top of the cup and there was really no support. It just covered up the natural shape of my breasts.
Based on all the bra fit criteria, this seems to fit me perfectly. However, I find myself taking it off before the end of the day, and breathing a sigh of relief when I do. I can't put my finger on it, but something about it just isn't quite right.
Cheap. Hilariously stretchy. Quadboob-a-rama even though supposedly it's a sister size recommended by Maidenform for 36DD. Falling apart after only a couple months of wear. So much boob outside the cups that it jigglehurts when I walk.
This is the kind of bra I wore for YEARS, and now I cringe when I see how tight the cups fit and how awfully loose the band is around my ribcage. Overall, this is an okay bra for a smooth everyday look. The band is way too big for me, so this bra offers absolutely zero lift. While bending, when I look down at the cups I see them literally pushing my tissue up, down, and to the sides.The cups pucker at their tips due to the loss of matter they just shoved out. These cups give me the appearance of being splayed, because they do not support front and center.