Technically, this bra fits, is fairly supportive and is comfortable to wear. The materials are nice and it looks well-made, too. However, I still don't know what to make of the shape. For some reason it still looks like my breasts are low (which they aren't!), and they stick out much farther than they would in other bras... almost like all my breast tissue is squeezed together to make my breasts stick out as far as possible. One of the other reviewers mentioned 'Madonna boobs' and I guess that's a pretty good description, though not as pointy. I think a prefer a higher and more rounded look over this.
This bra gives me the "orange in a glass" look at its finest... Completely wrong shape for me. The cups curve inward too much on top (I hope you can tell that from the picture I uploaded) and my breasts just refuse to go into the cup. The wires seem to be okay though. I really like the pattern and the soft fabric! Too bad it gives me Madonna boobs.
One of my favorites. It has thin padding for structure but doesn't feel bulky, and has very flat seams. It provides a suprisingly round silhouette for being a 3-part seamed cup. Contains nearly all breast tissue under arms. While not a balconette, it doesn't quite engulf the whole breast, but I don't think it's meant to—it shows some skin at the top, and since it supports the breasts so well it makes them look full on top even if they're not. Slightly stretchy satin straps are definitely bouncy for physical activity, but overall the bra provides excellent support for a pretty bra and is very well made.