The lace is gorgeously placed, and both items don't feel shoddily constructed or like they'll fall apart if I wear them more than a few times.
Unfortunately, my boobs fluctuate between a B and C cup; even though this isn't a "large" cup size per se, the "triangle" portions of the bra were way too small and too close together to fit me well. I ended up with a lot of side boob, whereas I'd rather be covered on the side, even if that means a little spillage in the centre. Maybe I just got a miscut one, because it does look like the model in the picture has cups that are bigger than a B/C cup, and it looks fine on her!
If you also have a cup size that is bigger than an A cup/proper B cup, keep in mind that a style like this (no underwire, no underboob padding, is a bralette) provides no support and your chest will feel the gravity. I totally understood this going in, but I felt hopeful because it looks SO good on the model. My breasts are thankfully still perky, but because the bottom "band" is sewn so close to the main band (also much closer than the pictures look), this lack of support will make your breasts look saggier because it'll make the negative space between the two strappy bands disappear.