Fitted means they work with physics, and hence can jiggle. They also work with Tango appliers and, I am overjoyed to say, Omega appliers. If, like me, you have been SL subpetric for some time, you should know that Omega, the work of the folks at Love N Lust, is an attempt to bring sanity to SL fashion, which hitherto has been a maze of products with appliers that may or may not work and play well together. (For more on Omega and what it means from the point of view of designers as well as customers, read the joint blog post of Shayna and Stacia Zabaleta of Gatherings, "Omega is a Win-Win"... and politely ask makers of mesh bodies, body parts, and clothing to make their work Omega-friendly.)
The first-linked post from Shayna has photos--and I have to admit that from some of them I was a little worried. I thought of that wonderful compliment from Miss Blackflag for a photo in the Minoan Empire:
you know, one thing that i like about you is that even though your breasts are a bit out of the standard norm, you take the time to make them look like they have actual gravity to them, instead of them being just big balloons floating on your chest.and was concerned... but then I took a look at the photos at Foxbean's SL marketplace page for the Sanira breasts, and was relieved. (*blush* Sorry, Foxbean, I know better than that.)
So, now it's more pressing than ever; I must find a good Omega-friendly mesh body, and ditto for clothing. (The breasts I've already bought.) Photos when I have them.
UPDATE: Speaking of happy dancing, as I type the hours are counting down to 2:00 p.m. July 26, 2015 SL Time (GMT - 7, also as I type), when the fine people of Brightflame Hollow will have a special event celebrating the release of Foxbean's Sanira breasts.