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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band69.9
Band Length54.6
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width12.7
Cup depth20.3
Depth ratio1.6
Wire length22.9
Cup height15.2
Cup separation1.3
Gore height5.1
Wing height10.2
Strap width1.9
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I wrote reviews for this bra when I first got it and recently, but forgot to post it here!


First after purchase:

I got the Comexim Blue Spring in 3HC because I find it much more open on top than plunges. Asked for lowered and narrowed gore because of how close my breasts are and centre fullness, so it looks like a plunge. My last Comexim bra was a Ginger 3HC in 60H. My boobs got bigger so I couldn’t wear it anymore because my nipples slipped out a little. I have emailed Joanna before placing this order and sent some pictures wearing a bralette (because I don’t own the Ginger anymore), and she said it was difficult to deduce the size but I should start with 60HH.

The bra arrived after ~ 3 weeks today. I feel that everything is great apart from the cups being a bit too shallow. It feels like the cups are pressing on my boobs. A little is fine, since I like a rounded shape, but my left (bigger) boob quads a little bit. And I’m not at the part of the cycle where my boobs are the largest. My standing bust was 33.5” and leaning bust was 35” when I last measured near my period.


Overall it has been one of the best fitting bra that I own - snug band, open on top cups with enough projection, low and small gore. The only downside is that my left (bigger boob) is slightly too big for the cup sometimes, but not very much.



I’ve noticed that I have shoulder pain on both sides only while wearing this bra. The straps fall down frequently so I tightened it, but the pain started before I did that. Even after they are tightened, I still feel like they don’t stay where they should be.

As I have suspected that it is caused by a chance in size, I remeasured and it turns out I have dropped in size (according to the ABTF calculator)! But I cannot see any visible fit issues, for example there was no space in the cup and neither was I quadding - maybe only a little bit when I’m near my period. The band is still snug and nice. It is really confusing because I have never experienced such shoulder pain with another bra. And I have never felt like straps are too wide on any bra. But I still wear it, the pain is not too bad if I don't wear it for very long.

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Updated on Jan 04, 2019 Flag this

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  • 2

    Has your band size dropped? Maybe your straps are doing too much work holding up your bust because your band is too big??

  • 1

    The ABTF calculator also has a big caveat list for under/over estimating. It's also possible that your fullness has shifted and it's not accounting for that.

  • 2

    Wilderness1 My undercuts measurements has dropped with the weight loss, I tried to move in a set of hooks and it did make it a little better. But I think if I go down to a 55/26 band it will be too small.

  • Wilderness1 lol I meant underbust*

  • 1

    Sovavosi It has always underestimated cup size for me, probably because I have top and centre fullness that is not accounted in the circumference measurement. But it's strange that it shows a decrease in cup size while I got fitted in an 28FF bra recently! (When I normally wear a 28F)

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On Sep 2019 It fit her!

On Jan 2019 It fit her!

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