I think this bra may be better suited to someone with wider-set breasts. The cup and band size fit, but this "side-smoother" actually made created rolls were I typically don't have a problem.. This bra is very uncomfortable and the straps fall off my shoulders. In UK sizing I fit a 28F, and the cup volume and band size were similar to Freya bras I have tried in that size. The appears to be well constructed, and the foam on the upper cup is nether too stiff or too soft, so if the cup shape fits you well, you may like the bra.
Fabrics seem soft enough, but the band runs small. Was able to hook it on the longest set, but wouldn't wear it without an extender. Band doesn't have much stretch to it. Front straps cut into my armpits, twisting when I move, caused the cups to buckle. The added mesh panel above the outer cups do not cut in (probably because I am low-set). The gore is tall for me , didn't lie flat, sat on breast tissue.
The quality of this bra is great. It's relatively comfortable. However, I feel like the cups are too small for me and it doesn't fit properly. This is a side smoothing, minimizer bra. The fit is designed to widen and flatten your breasts to your chest to make them appear "smaller". The mesh criss-cross band design can be slightly aggravating because it can get twisted easily so you have to fight with it sometimes. This bra looks good in a t-shirt, casual dress, professional wear and so on. Would re-purchase for casual wear in a better fitting size.
The band definitely runs small, and the cups seem to run large. In my usual 30DD, the band was firmer than on other Wacoal styles that I've tried, which was great for me, but the amount of gapping at the top of the cups made it unwearable.
Fortunately, the 30D fits beautifully. This style has wide underwires, high wings, and a fairly tall gore. Since the top of the cup is somewhat open, I wasn't sure how it work on my FOB shape, but I was pleasantly surprised, and in the 30D I don't have any gapping. The mesh on the sides of the cups was also much better at comfortably containing breast tissue than I expected, and doesn't dig in to my underarms.
The cups are too tall for me and I find as the day goes on that I have to go re-adjust to ensure I'm properly situated. The gore is too tall/wide for me and it digs in through the day. It is not visible under clothes, but due to the tall/full cups, it will peak out of many of my shirts. The cups are too tall near the armpit as well and they cut in; it's painful and I tug at it frequently to relieve the pain. It almost feels like the top of the band (not the whole thing) creeps down and pulls the cups even further into the armpit. It is comfortable at the beginning of the day, but by mid day I'm dreaming of being home and taking it off.