My shape: mid-set center-height FOB teardrop with lots of immediate projection (never yet found enough!), moderate overall projection, very wide and tall and shallow roots that make me functionally even with allover fullness, and firm tissue that pushes back when pushed around.
This review is for the Rouge-Tulle hot pink colorway. (like holy moly, is this bright)
While wearing this bra, I only noticed that the cups seemed to be too small on top, which was interesting because the wires sat exactly where they should in my IMF and Natori cups have always been somewhat lacking on the immediate projection. The underwires are also exactly the right shape for my ... IMF, which is cool and kind of rare.
The photos show that the cups are obviously too shallow, though, and I definitely have quadding because of it. There's plenty of space right near the wires all the way around otherwise. The wires also seem a hair too narrow, but they might actually be just right if my fullness had somewhere else to go. Admittedly, it is a little hard to tell any more because the cup is moulded.
The band, while characteristically stretchy like Natori always is, was tight enough and stayed in place. The stretchiness does mean I'd probably shift to the second set of hooks pretty soon, but again, no big deal.
The only other qualm I might have is that I noticed marks where the straps appear to have rubbed around the top outside edge of the cup. I didn't feel anything while wearing it, though.
I ordered a 30H out of curiosity to see how different the fit is. This one will have to go back, though.
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Updated on Jun 15, 2016 Flag this