first time wearing:
It provides less support than I expected/desired. Either I have a strangely long torso or this was not designed well. I wanted this as a strapless option, but the lower portion of the body suit pulls down the cups--see the front picture of the cups. This creates empty space in the bottom of the cup and makes a strange shape.
I feel the band is not sitting where it should. I prefer 28 bands but wear 30s usually with no problem--perhaps if I wore this on tighter hooks, it would stay put (again, the rest of the body might be pulling it down). ... The three column hooks are nice, but hard to fasten alone.
I also feel that the rear end provides less coverage than I had hoped/expected it to, which is why I have included full body pictures. I am glad I did not pay full price for this.
I am glad it came with removeable straps, as I am not sure I can wear this without them. I have pretty average proportions (33-26-34) and this doesn't fit as well as I had hoped.
Overall, this is a cool piece, but it is much less useful than I had hoped it would be.
edit: Try on number two! I fasten it on the tightest hooks and am still struggling with it staying where it should, though it is much better. I do think the body is pulling it down. When I get the band situated (I have to manually pull it up to adjust it to sit there), the cups fit okay. However, then I have to pull the rear coverage down to fit. After that, the cups slide down again. When the cups slide down, the wires are sitting below my inframmary fold, and causes the tops of the cups to cut in. All in all, there are too many fit issues. If I can manage to take the band in significantly, I might be able to wear it on special occasions that would necessitate it. The bottom of the cups are either too shallow, or are just constantly pulled down by the body. I hope with more wears that the body will stretch vertically, which may solve the other issues. But, I'm not sure.
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