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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band74.4
Band Length58.4
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width11.7
Cup depth19.1
Depth ratio1.6
Wire length19.1
Cup height12.7
Cup separation2.3
Gore height6.1
Wing height8.6
Strap width1.5
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Finally got this reviewed on my blog, alongside the 65F.
Whew! I only took 3 hours Dx
I still want to add additional photos when it gets light outside, so I shall add that later today, if that matters xD

Updated on Jun 06, 2016 Flag this

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    Very useful review, especially being able to compare the regular cut with reduced cups. I've just ordered my first Comexim plunge, asking only for cookie pockets to be added, as I wasn't sure which, if any, other alterations I might need. I seem to be a similar size and shape to you, so it's very handy to know that reduced cups are unlikely to be a good match to my shape either. Thanks for sharing this!

  • 2

    alexad You're welcome!
    And yes, I think my biggest issue with the altered cups are that my fullness is all in the centers because I'm conical/tuberous.
    I think ayone who has lots of fullness all around might be alright with that alteration, but otherwise it takes the center depth near the gore/coverage there away.

    Good luck with your order! I hope it works out well for you :D

  • *is xD

  • I know it's been a while, so I hope you won't mind a further comment on this, and perhaps helping to clear up a bit of a mystery for me?! I have trouble figuring out where I have any fullness, as I don't seem to have any at the top, or bottom, and I assumed that centre full meant a lot of cleavage, which I also don't have (although I'm close-set). What I do have is a rather conical shape, so all my volume is in the middle of my boobs, but I have little overall fullness - could that be described as centre fullness, or am I misunderstanding?

  • 1

    alexad I don't mind at all! =D
    I honestly think the term is used by people to mean both. I may be mis-using it, but I describe myself as very center full and your shape sounds very similar to mine.

    I'm a bit more tuberous, so my shape is pretty much as narrow and projected as you can get, but I call that center full a lot because I don't have your typical FoB or FoT shapes. I basically have almost no bottom tissue and very little upper tissue.

    When others say center full however, I usually think they are talking about how much tissue they have towards where their bra gore would be. =)

  • alexad Actually, now that I think of it I probably use the term interchangeably hahaha

  • I wish you could edit on these because I keep hitting the "add comment" before I'm done. Dx lol

    Anyway, I think instead of saying center-full for how much your boobs stick out, "projected" is probably more accurate. =)

  • Thanks for your reply! I felt a bit bad for bothering you with something so trivial once I realised you were dealing with some health concerns at the moment (hope things are improving now?).

    But anyway, I think we may indeed be quite similar in shape. I'm pretty much all central projection (which, because I'm so pointy, also equates to immediate projection), and I have wondered whether I might have mildly tuberous breasts, although I've never sought a medical opinion on that.

    I also don't know whether I'm becoming more narrow, or just beginning to recognise how narrow I really am - the wires of almost every bra I own in the correct volume seem to extend quite some way beyond my roots. So, I really think Polish is going to be where it's at for me.

    Thanks again!

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    alexad Aww it's really np at all! I think I'm ok, things haven't been as bad for about a week now. :)

    It's hard to tell when it comes to being just mildly tuberous. I couldn't tell for a long time if I was sagging or tuberous, and then I realized that my breasts don't really lie below my IMF at all, so definitely tubey!

    The wires are where I have my problems too, and it's actually causing a bit of indecisiveness about my size right now. 30E FoB/even bras work depth-wise, but 30D-DD wires are best. I have Comexims in 60F-65E-65F-60G right now and they all basically fit somehow.

    Anyway, but yeah, I'm sure Polish will work great for you! :)
    The next best that I've found fit-wise was Fauve Grace.

  • 1

    I'm glad things are getting better - the pain sounded awful!

    Yes, I'm self-supporting too, so I've never been sure about being tubular, as the definition often includes being pendulous, but I guess with a mild form that might not always the case.

    I generally use depth as the guideline for sizing, as I think that's the crucial element for me. I can wear wires that are a bit too wide without any issues, but not having the right depth (usually corresponding to 30E) is a deal-breaker for me, as I need this to get a pleasing shape.

    Thanks for the tip on the Fauve Grace - I'll see if I can track one down!

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