It's a t-shirt bra.
The straps and cups are too far apart.
The bra I received was a Demi style cup, instead of the Balcony style pictured here.
The band and cups run smaller, not just than other bras, but also including other Panache bras, although the band wasn't too tight on me. I have to wear it with an extender because otherwise the cups are pulled too far to the sides resulting in "east to west" drooping (contrary to HerRoom's review of this bra). If I had increased a band size, everything would be even further apart for me. If I increased just the cup, they would have been too big. The biggest flaw in the cups is that they are not shallow, but the tops are them are, they indent in way too much for what the rest of the cup allows, so you have to have some really small/narrow but pointy breasts to wear this. I saw that Panache gave an explanation as to why this would be a problem if the cups were just too big in the apex of the cup, and their reason was because if you have implants it will do this. I'm 100% natural. So that would not be the issue. I believe if you have very full, round breasts that aren't perky (like mine), then that would cause that problem as well, because I have it with some other bras. If the cups were placed in the correct position and the straps were closer to the center in the front and back, and the cups weren't as small on the top, then this would probably fit me much better. Normally I fit very well in molded bras...just not this one. It gives a slight torpedo look and sits a little too low.
Panache Response: Thank you for your review. Style 3376 Porcelain T-shirt bra isn’t meant to be a demi (half) bra, its meant to provide fuller coverage and support whether you are natural or enhanced. We really would recommend trying a different size, wrong size is what’s creating the issues are you are describing.
Heather from Danvers, MA, USA
Average Height (5'4"-5'8")