I ordered my usual size XL and while it's very comfortable, it definitely stretched out a bit after 6+ months. I went down a size and ordered a size large when I found out they were discontinuing this product. It's pretty snug but I'm confident it'll relax into the perfect lounge bra for when you want a lil bit of support and don't want to go fully bra-less.
i deal with chronic pain and have a large band/small cup problem. without support my girls slide off to the sides and might as well not exist. most bras or even bralettes that have any actual shaping will cause me pain within a couple hours that can last long after i take them off.
a friend who's got different problems recommended free label to me, and i was surprised to find this fit well, didn't hurt, and wasn't extremely difficult to clean for my impaired arms. it even pulled everything closer together in a way that's flattering on me!
i can't reverse it for plunge as the pull on my shoulders from the other way around feels just uncomfortable enough to avoid (even if not nearly as bad as most bralettes the right way 'round), but given it's the first garment like this to achieve "i look forward to wearing it" i'm still giving it five stars.
Great color, comfortable. I didn’t realize initially that the fabric is different from the andie bra - cotton and not bamboo. I found it a little bit scratchier initially, but seems to go away after washing. I think I prefer the slightly more compressive bamboo, but I love the color of these. Fit was spot on with the sizing chart - medium fits great and I’m a 36B
Literally did not take it off for 48 hours straight (I had a cold, don’t judge)
It's been referred to as slippers for your boobs and honestly, I can't describe it any better.