I've been wearing this bra for a couple of years now, and I wish I had found it 20 years ago! I have to say something to the people who keep mentioning the underarm discomfort: Consider that you might be wearing the wrong size. Draw lines from your armpit down your sides (I did it just now, with my thumbs). The underwires and stays on this bra should be PAST that imaginary line, BEYOND your armpits. ALL breast tissue, including the underarm breast tissue, should be enclosed by that wire. I think that's the problem you're having. I have encountered this same discomfort problem myself--particularly when I've gained weight. My weight has fluctuated some, so I have several sizes of this bra in my drawer--32H, 32HH, 34H, 32J, 34J. I wouldn't trade this bra for any other on the market, though I have quite a few, that sit, most of them unworn. Fantasie's Smoothing line is great for shaping and a better, more upfront projection than the Tango II, but only goes to a G-cup (when I was thinner I'd wear a 34G & it worked great for when I care more about seamless than I did about bounce!). Freya, nowhere near as supportive, La Mystere is a joke, Chantelle too small . . . when you're an H-cup or above, NONE of the others can beat Panache's Tango II for fit, support, shaping--and just plain making one look better in clothes!
Alex_Online from Quad-Cities, IA, USA
Average Height (5'4"-5'8")