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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band81.3
Band Length58.4
Stretch ratio1.4
Cup width13.3
Cup depth27.2
Depth ratio2.0
Wire length26.7
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.3
Gore height7.9
Wing height9.5
Strap width1.5
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"Basic" couldn't be a better name for this Comexim bra. I've been looking for a light or nude colored seamed plunge type bra to wear until light clothing, on days that I don't feel like wearing a molded plunge like my nude Freya Deco (4234), and I'm happy to say I've found it in the Basic.

When I first put on the Basic, which I did almost immediately after I got it in the mail from farflung, I don't know any other way to word this other than my boobs felt relieved. This bra is like a comfortable breath of fresh air. I mean, for once the wires are not all up in my armpits. And the straps are set a bit closer together than most bras I'm used to. This means that the straps don't end up rubbing into my armpits. How great is that? The gores don't come up too high, but they are higher than your typical plunge model. I don't mind, because it seems like when gores are too low, they start stabbing me in the chest. The fabric is comfortable, including the fabric that lines the cups.

Let's talk projection: the Basic will give you that uplifted, up front shape that Polish bras seem to be known for. Actually, the cup shape and lift reminds me of the way my Ewa Michalak S Wisniowka fits. The wires seem to go back far enough but then the cups bring my boobs forward and upwards. At the time of this review, I am sporting my full-on PMS boobs, so I'm able to fill the cups. I expect there will be some gapping when I lean over and stuff once my boobs retain their "regular" shape. Because of that, I'd like to see how my boobs fill a 65HH.

The band feels like a true 30" band, maybe a little on the stretchy side. I've read many warnings on how Comexim's bands are ultra firm. I'm somewhere in between a 28 band or a 30 band, which means deciding between wearing an extender (if a 28 is too firm) or wearing out the tightest hooks on most 30s. So since I'm using the tightest hooks here, it may mean trying out a 60HH or 60J instead.

As far as how the Basic looks under clothing, the seams don't really show up, especially under loose fabric. It's a great everyday bra. I'm looking forwarding to ordering my next Comexim bra" alt=":)" />

Updated on Apr 14, 2013 Flag this

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