I have very mixed feelings about this bra. Let's start with the good side: this bra is absolutely gorgeous. I adore the patterned stretch lace and the brightly colored accents. Please use this stretch lace for more bras! I'd be first in line for a bralette made with this stuff! The strappy back is a lot of fun, and something I thought I'd never get to have in my size. I can't wait to show it off in the summer.
I also find the cups and band of this bra very comfortable. Fully stretchy cups are amazing! The wide band feels very supportive, and I can hardly even feel the wires. That thick underband is very nice. Usually longer bands end up rolling up on me, but this one doesn't, probably because of the thick elastic inside the stretch lace to hold it in place.
Unfortunately, this bra has a couple design features that may be a problem depending on your figure. First, the cups are fairly far apart. My breasts pop out of them more easily than other plunge bras. This is probably great for someone with wider set breasts, but not so good for anyone closer set.
A bigger problem, though, is that the strap design can result in a lot of weight on the neck. The straps adjust only in the front, not the back, so on someone short, the top strap in the back ends up lying right across the base of the neck. I see from some other reviews that some folks find it uncomfortable that way. I actually didn't - while I was wearing it. After taking it off, I was very sore. Don't go and wear it all day like I did just because it doesn't hurt when you try it on! If you find the straps on the Zara or Flora to be the right size for you, the non-adjustable part of this one will probably be too big for you.
I don't mind a bit of sewing, so I shortened up the straps in the back myself, and it's much better now. If that's not something you're up for doing, pay close attention to how much pressure is on your neck before you decide to keep this one.