I'm pretty gobsmacked about this one, though it does explain why it's on sale. This swim suit has something inside it in the boob area, but it is by no means what I would call a bra and it certainly isn't suitable for anyone with anything less than self supporting boobs (or in other words, I can't see how its suitable for anyone who *needs* to wear a bra). It's simply a weird extra piece of material with 2 small bits of vaguely concave padding stuck to it. I tried on a 30H, and the 'bra' bit consisted of a 'shelf', as you would find in a non bra sized swimsuit, with two padded bits attached - I'd guess they were roughly 6cm across, with a very slight curve so that the middle of the padded 'cup' was no more than 2 centimetres 'deep'. I have absolutely no clue how this is supposed to support H cup breasts, the 'cups' covered way less than half of my boobs. I would have had pretty much the same support buying a bog standard non bra sized swimsuit for a tenner from a supermarket. For comparison, I'm wearing, and well supported by, 30GG in Freya Expression, Cleo Atlanta and Bravissimo Bay bra. My previous go to swimsuit was the Freya Active Freestyle Underwired Swimsuit which has a proper bra in it and is great for laps in the pool. Unfortunately, Bravissimo don't seem to sell it anymore, so I will have to get my swimwear from elsewhere I think. The Zoggs swimsuit would get zero stars from me if possible, purely because I do not see how it can be classed as a cup sized swimsuit, and I actually feel conned by it. I am glad I didn't pay for postage or I would be really miffed.