The shape is nice (forwards, and round, with immediate projection at the underside and very little cleavage, which I often like). The backband is comfortable (and very stretchy, if you're in between sizes definitely size down), and the straps are wide. The colour is beautiful, the crochet lace is indeed very pretty, and though I'm pale enough that "nude" stretch mesh is usually about the same color as my skin I like that they've matched the color to the rest of the bra instead. The little metal charm at the top of the gore is cute: I like them better than bows.
There's just a couple niggling issues.
Support is very minimal (stood in the mirror and bounced up and down - there's a lot of jiggle). This is a comfort issue for me, I like bras that take the weight off me so to speak. This feels almost like I'm not wearing a bra, and for me that's not that comfortable.
The lace is stitched in oddly, so an uneven scalloped edge is visible though the sheer part of the cups - I see the point (minimizing show-through on tops) but it looks messy and at first glance I thought it was a manufacturing error like the up being sewn in back to front.
Most annoyingly, the stretch mesh at the top is indeed extremely accommodating and does not quad boob, but the seam where the mesh hood the main crochet cup isn't nearly as stretchy. As a result, the cup on my slightly larger right boob bulges a little above the crochet section unless I'm very careful. Somehow it wrinkles at the same time - I may just not be the right shape.
In conclusion, mixed feelings. Not sure if I'll keep or return.
The fit widget is a bit vague: I think it's large in the back but maybe slightly small in the cups? On the other hand they need to be a bit small for any support thanks to the stretchyness. That said, I'm somewhere between 32 H an HH depending on the bra at the moment, so that could just be me