Very short-waisted, center full, close set, immediately projected, omega shaped, wide-shallow underarm tissue,...
I like this bra....
This cup offers more center projection than typical molded cups. However, the 2.75" gore base width makes it better suited for less close set breasts than mine. As it is, one of my breasts wears the wire along its ... perimeter. I can't even use the available center space because of this. The gore is the same width of Curvy Kate's standard, .8". Still too wide for me, but more narrow than others.
Although I was delighted with the shape this provided under thin knits, I was also surprised by the height of the cup in the outer quadrant. Immediately, my arms were uncomfortable. Additionally, I needed to loosen the straps 50%. So, although the straps can accommodate short-waisted/high set/petite bodies, the cup is too tall for those same bodies. Interesting.
The fit reminds me of Comexim half cups with the following exceptions. The cup foam is slightly more rigid than Comexim's foam. The materials are less pleasant to touch than Comexim. For instance, the straps are narrow and flimsy like Panache/Cleo. And, the lace is a bit scratchy, but would soften with washing. The wire is also tall and vertical, but the wire channels are slightly flatter and more narrow than Comexim.
The shape under thin knits, looks nearly identical to Comexim. If you can wear an unaltered Comexim and your size resides within Perfects range, you may also be able to wear Perfects Louisa.
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