I'd consider this bra about on par with the 30DD B.Tempt'd B.Wow'd push up bra: Looser band, a bit of quad-boob on me. Cute, comfy t-shirt bras. They both remind of something I would've gotten at VS or a department store when I wore 34Cs. This bra however looks way cuter and more grown up, feels much softer, and is overall better quality and more luxurious than the B.Tempt'd (though the retail price is ridiculous!)
The cups are seriously so soft though. It puts the thick, stiff foam of my Deco to shame. I could imagine myself wearing this and just having the desire to keep feeling the soft fabric and then realizing I'm stroking my boobs in front of my roommates.
The band is looser and the straps aren't fully adjustable though .. The straps work if I wear it as a racerback .. Not sure if I'll keep it yet.
This bra is the equivalent of a UK 30E, but is sold as a 30F in the US.
I'm more projected and usually wear UK 30DD, so was hoping that by sizing up in the cups there would be enough depth. There is, but the wires are much too wide for my narrow roots. The shape is slightly flattening for my projection, but this would probably be a great bra for anyone who is shallower and needs wider wires. The band is stretchy, but supportive. [sizing: UK D=D, UK DD=E, UK E=F]
This bra has a problem that I often run into lately: it fits perfectly around the underwire, but there is spillage on top.
I also feel like the cups are a little too far apart for me. That might be related to the spillage, actually.
I rated comfort and appearance low because the fit isn't ideal for me - I think I would like this bra if it matched my shape better. Quality is good though. I like this fabric - especially the inside of the band, where there is no exposed elastic. I also like the convertible straps.
I like the convertible hardware that detaches ...in the middle of the strap - but I'm not sure why they also included convertible hardware at the cup and band. Maybe it's there to support other strap positions, but the crossed strap position is the only one I need. The hardware in front poked me, so I'd prefer the mid-strap convertible hardware by itself. Then again, the bra seems to be made for someone with wider-set breasts and wider shoulders, so the metal poking in front might not be an issue for someone else. Read more 89 more words
I tried this 30F bra because the Simone Perele Inspiration 30E had spillage on top. This fit was actually worse for me, though. The 30F cups were too wide and too flat for me, and I still had spillage on top because I was flattened so much.
I rated comfort and appearance low because of the fit issues - I think I would like this bra if it matched my shape better. Quality is good though. I like this fabric - especially the inside of the band, where there is no exposed elastic. I also like the convertible straps.
This is the best quality bra I have ever tried. The cups are so soft. But it is either built for more wideset boobs or the cup-size is too small. I believe it is a 30E equivalent, though Amazon sold it as a 30F. I'll need to try to find a true 30F (65G). The underwire digs into my ribs a bit as well.