I tried this in black, but it's much easier to see the details in white. Which is why I didn't bother to take any photos of how it looked on me before I returned it.
Nutshell: Very disappointing.
I opted for the crop top style over the other bralette designs by the brand as it came in extended sizes and the construction was more likely to work for larger busts. Theoretically.
Beauty: The lace pattern is quite pretty and saves it from being completely plain.
Comfort: Nope. The lace is scratchy, not soft in any way. Which is outrageous, considering the price point of $50. The organic cotton is also pretty underwhelming. It is far less soft than the $15 Leading Lady Cami Bralette, which is a superior choice in every way: comfort, support, & price.
Fit: Very little in the way of anchorage in that inadequate thin band with the scratchy lace hanging limply below it. The straps are the worst part of the design. They are flimsy and ultra-stretchy. They literally provide less-than-zero support. If your boobs are bigger than an A-cup, they will simply drag them down like grapefruits suspended from dental floss. Wait. That would actually offer more support than these straps, because it is not stretchy.
Who Might This Work For?
Literally, A-cups with skin as non-sensitive as the hide of a rhinoceros.