(I don't know any fancy words, so bear with me here.) This bra is okay if you've got no cash and just need to have your boobs off of your ribcage. The cups are just fabric, so your boobs become shapeless blobs and hard nipples will show right through. It's wireless, so the band takes all the weight of your breasts and tends to roll. The bottom seam of the band gets uncomfortable after several hours of wear, partly because it's very stretchy and partly because the cloth tape sewn over the seam has distinct edges. I've worn this bra to work several times and survived, but I bought it out of desperation and wouldn't recommend it.
Looks fine, feels okay. My major problems are twofold. First, there's fit: I overestimated my cup size—ordered a C, I now think I'm closer to a B at the moment—I don't mind stuffing my bra with socks, but still annoying. Then, and this is more a personal issue on my part, there's the fastener: I'm a bit too broad and uncoordinated to properly close the thing. Well, you live and you learn.
This is a highly comfortable bra. It is average in projection and the apex is mid-cup. Now that I have enough space in the bottom of the cup, the top of the cup is less full. Comfortable bra, but not a good fit for me.
This wireless bra rounds my projected breasts beautifully. The cups have average immediate projection and better than average apex projection. The design may fit both projected and shallow breasts. It is worth a try.
The fabric is supportive and soft. And, the color is a beautiful combination of grey and taupe. A nice departure from taupe, white, and black. The majority of the strap is wide and padded. If shoulder pain plagues you, these straps may provide welcome relief.
This cup is too narrow for me. A 36 D may fit better, but it may also create a short list of fit issues. I wish this bra were available in 34" bands. A 34DD may be precisely what I require.