Update: I still really like this bra, but I have had to admit finally that it does not quite fit. The lace panel on the top is so stretchy that there is no quad boob effect, but over the course of a normal day, my boobs shift more toward the center of my chest, and out of the cups. I can't decide if the problem was there all along, or if the lace stretched a bit with regular use, allowing my boobs to migrate. I know migration toward the sternum is a common issue with plunge bras, and some are built to create cleavage. ... This bra really isn't, though. I feel less secure in this bra than I prefer, so even though it is very comfortable and flattering, it is not high on my list of daily bras.
Original: I'm new to the world of properly fitting bras, but this is the best I have found so far. I want to try several different styles and brands, but I have the feeling I'll be buying more of these. They are a great fit for my full on top/center breasts, and very pretty. The lace upper is supportive enough to keep me from spilling out in the middle, but is also very stretchy so I don't have to worry about quad-boobs. After a few days of scratchiness around the wires, this bra settled in very comfortably and I can wear it all day without worrying. The shape is more natural that my preference (I like a high, rounded shape), but still more rounded than many lace balconettes I have tried. No issues so far with the straps or band, though I wish the band had three hooks instead of two.
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