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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band0.0
Band Length59.1
Stretch ratio0.0
Cup width11.4
Cup depth17.8
Depth ratio1.6
Wire length18.8
Cup height12.7
Cup separation1.0
Gore height5.1
Wing height9.4
Strap width1.3
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Narrowed gore
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This was my first Comexim order and I couldn't be happier. I read a lot of measurement info and fit checks here and on the abtf reddit to try to figure out what size to get (I usually wear a 30D in Cleo/Panache bras). And I also decided to bravely go for an alteration on my first order as well - I asked for a narrowed gore because I routinely make that alteration on bras myself. And it worked out great! The fit feels perfect to me and it is the most comfortable bra I've had yet! The gore is perfect. There's no gaping or empty space anywhere, the wire width is perfect, and it has nice high wings, which I love. I was a bit nervous to get the plunge style because I have tall (but shallow) roots and bras sometimes cut in on top, but not this bra! And the fabric is beautiful!

So, yeah, I think I'm a Polish bra convert" alt=":)" />

Thanks to everyone who measures their bras and posts reviews and fit questions - you are helping more people than you know!

Updated on Feb 24, 2018 Flag this

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  • Congratulations!!

  • Yay! It looks great on you!

  • Yay! I love Polish bras too. May I ask how you did the narrowed gore when you did it yourself?

  • Thank you!

    Sunflowergrrl - There are a few tutorials out there for narrowing gores that I learned from, like this one:

    It's a very simple alteration, and reversible if you don't make any cuts to the fabric. Basically, you just pinch the gore in and sew it down along the pinch line. It's very helpful to pin it first and try the bra on while it's pinned to see how much you need to take it in.

    Sometimes I need to overlap the top of the wire channels as well, because otherwise the angle of the cups changes too much. This was a useful tutorial for that step:

    If you are at all handy with a needle and thread, and you think it might improve a bra, it's totally worth a try. You can always undo the stitches if it doesn't work out.

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