This bra isn't bad, but it seems like it's made specifically for "top-heavy" breasts. I tried it in six sizes (32E, F, FF and 30F, FF, G) and none of them fit. Look at the dressmaker's dummy in the photo -- see where there are wrinkles along the top of the cup, near the straps? Even when I filled the bra's cups to overflowing, those ripples were still there. My breasts are pretty 'balanced,', in terms of top- or bottom-heavy; it seemed like you'd need some extra poof on top to fill out the cups, and even then, it just seems like there might be slightly too much fabric or length in the top of the cup. The bra *was* good in terms of uplift and support; I could drop the straps and my breasts stayed put! Amazing! However, be warned that it has no inner sling or panels -- I felt like my breasts were rolling too far out to the sides, with nothing to keep them forward and out of the way of my arms. Also, the straps have a *lot* of give, considering the weight they're intended to help hold up; I felt rather jiggly. This bra probably works best for people with top-heavy breasts that aren't as large as mine, and maybe with a wider ribcage so there's less 'breast wraparound' near the armpits.
HerRoom Response: Thank you for your feedback. Our mannequin is wearing a 34D bra. We therefore had to put pads in the cups because the mannequin is only a 34B. This is why the cups have wrinkles. Our suggestion would be to make sure you place your breasts in the cups after you have put the bra on. This usually solves the problem of not enough tissue in the upper part of the cups.
Anne from Pittsburgh, PA