I really don't know how I ever brought this bra home. The cups are at least two sizes too big. So I have no business criticizing the fit because it's not even close.
I can make a couple of comments about the straps. First, because you can unclasp the straps in order to hook them together in another configuration, only the back half of the strap is adjustable. The front half is a narrow, decorative piece with a fixed length. Second, the straps connect to the body of the bra with plastic buckles that slide into loops of fabric attached to the bra. With use, these loops have gotten bunched and worn, and the strap buckles often slip out, occasionally while I was wearing the bra (but mostly just in the laundry).
I was wearing the wrong size until recently (70E which is about a 32DDD, or 32E UK) and it was... okay. But not quite right. I went in to get fitted only to find that instead of being the 32E/32F (US) that I thought I was, I was a 30F/30G. My shock was... well, mixed in with some pleasure. I was given several great bras but the one I was most taken by was the Marie Jo L'Aventure Tom bra. It gave me shape, support, and it was even somewhat sexy, with just a little bit of cleavage and a big full cup. It's a marvelous bra for perky, large breasts and a small band. This bra is the perfect T-Shirt bra, but it will run you over 100 US dollars.
This was suggested by a fitter at Intimacy. It is soft with minimal decoration (I am sensitive to a lot of lace), creates a nice shape, and I think it fits really well. I purchased it and wore for most of the day with no comfort issues, but the next morning the tops of my shoulders look and felt sunburned where the trim on the straps was rubbing. So, I don't think it is going to work out for me.
Super soft and comfortable, with interesting circle detailing. Although the the cup is too loose on me, the top still manages to stay pretty smooth under shirts. The straps are both the best and worst part. On one hand, they have the most amazing, easy-to-use, non-snagging snap/clip that allows the bra to be worn regular, cross-back, or halter. On the other hand, the strap length sucks. The small amount of adjustment the back of the strap allows for leaves it a little too long to be worn regular or halter, but so short that I can't even put the thing on when cross-backed. What the heck, hundred-dollar-bra?