Just got this bra a couple weeks ago when I went to Nordstrom and asked to try some 30 band sizes. It was more comfortable and fit better than the others I tried but I noticed later that it comes up slightly too high under the arms and the binding on the top of the cup rubs on my skin below my armpits a little. I think it is better since I've washed it and worn it a little. Works well for FOB and holding in sideboob.
My shape: close set, full on bottom, average/narrow width roots, tall shallow roots, soft tissue.
I like this bra well enough for a moulded cup, it's smooth under shirts and feels better than what I was previously wearing. At first I wore this size with an extender adding an extra hook for it to feel comfortable, after a couple of wears the band stretched nicely and I can now wear it on the loosest hook. I also like that it seems to be somewhat more projected than many moulded bras I tried on, so it escapes slightly under my IMF line, but still feels okay when I wear ...it.
What I don't like: the wires don't go through the entire wire channel, there's a little gap, so a little tiny bit of breast can escape on the outer side on the top (you can push the wire from the gore to the outside, but then you loose the straight gore tacking on the sternum a bit, it's a trade off). Very slight quad-boobs on the center as well, but it's not noticeable. I also wish the gore was just a tiny bit closer together for my center-full breasts, but overall the fit is good, so I'm keeping it. This is my first bra review, thanks for reading! Also thank you to Reddit's ABraThatFits community for helping me out.
Edit on Feb. 22, 2019: I wanted to edit this review to add more thoughts after having this bra a while and wearing it more often. The cups are a little too shallow for me, the wire marks are always about a finger width lower than my IMF (around 1.5cm or 0.5" in), so I do have to adjust the bra throughout the day up. The lace underneath the band also bugs me a little. Overall, I'm still keeping this bra and the black colorway because they are my best fits. I can see wearing it occasionally when I need a smooth look under tight dresses/shirts, but they're not as supportive and comfy as I'd hoped for all-day wear. Read more 237 more words
Incredibly comfortable! Love the way the spacer cups feel when wearing and love that they are a soft grab rather than firm to the touch. Does not conceal headlights but that doesn’t bother me. Beautiful lace, details, stitching. Cups aren’t the prettiest but an excellent choice under a wide variety of clothing.
A beautiful bra! Gorgeous lace on the double layer band. Comfortable amount of TTS stretch. (Wings are very tall.) Comfortable partial band in the front. Soft spacer fabric, tall cups. Good breathability for summer. (Does not hide headlights.) Gore is very narrow at the top; 2" at the bottom. Decent amount of center projection. Scallop patterned straps are fully adjustable. (Wide in front; kicked in, in the back.) The colorway 'Sand' (name on Amazon order) is a very pretty, neutral shade of taupe. (The name on the bag it arrived in says 'Muscade Skin'.)
Bottom line for me personally (short roots, short torso, center fullness, average width, average projection)... Fits well, except...wings are too tall and cut into my armpits; cups are too tall and buckle below the straps.
One word: comfortable! Ok maybe three: it's also well-made and supportive. The band is nice and wide, not too stretchy and TT. However, it does run a little full in the cup, so I sized down from a 65D to a 65E. Had to do some thorough scooping and swooping to not quadboob but definitely the better fit. Invisible under t-shirts as far as lines go, but I would describe this as a full-cup bra, so skimpier shirts may not combine well. The shape is, well, bland, and the nude I tried was more of a sand/nutmeg that I was not in love with. Update: also tried this in a colorway that was more nude for my skintone... still not loving it. Makes me feel old!