I bought this bra to wear with a few corsets that come up higher on my torso and make an underwire very uncomfortable. This is probably one of the few 't-shirt' bra styles that I'll admit to liking. The modified plunge style cut makes it wearable with many deeper necklines while still being full coverage enough to not risk a wardrobe malfunction when worn with a corset. I have the underwire version of this bra as well. I don't know if I'd wear this soft cup sans corset for anything but lounging around but it suits the purpose I intended and creates the desired aesthetic in shaping though the lack of underwire means it provides only moderate support.
so uncomfortable and unsupportive. i think it's just too wide for my boobs and awkwardly shallow at the bottom which leads to the unfortunate fold of empty fabric and quadboobing at the top. even though the cup continues round under my armpit it somehow manages to give me armpit fat. it chafes horribly under the arm as well. the one time i wore it i actually got blisters. wtf. and weirdly enough without underwire my boobs steadily creep out the bottom of the bra. the fit is just off. for me at least. and it's hideous!!
I received this bra in error, so it has been returned, but I tried it anyway. The band felt plenty tight on my 28" ribcage, but the cups were a bit too small. The bra gave me a nice shape, but there was some wrinkling in the bottoms of the cups. I think I would need a 30DD in this bra if I end up trying it again.
All soft cup bras in my size seem to flatten my boobs and make them look triangular and this one does just that https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> plus they offer no support against bounce
Quality does not compare to price, $68. Purchased from Zappos w/ free 1 day shipping