- Center gore placement:
- Doesn't lie flat against sternum
- Top of the cup:
- Cuts into breast tissue (quad boob effect)
- Strap separation:
- Not a problem
- Cup's width:
- Outer cup cuts into breast tissue in the sides
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The Comexim Basic in 60G fits similarly to a large or full-on-top UK size 28E--like the 60H fits similarly to a large or full-on-top UK 28F. (My review for that size: http://www.bratabase.com/browse/comexim/basic-170/60H/#review-13307)
Everything else, other than cup size, is still the same:
It's shallow in the bottom.
Narrow wire/cup width.
Massive cleavage because it presses your breasts up and to the center. I'm fuller on bottom, somewhat even, and I never expected to be able to have that much cleavage. But that much cleavage and boobs toward the center results in a uniboob look under looser t-shirts. If you wear tighter v-necks, this could be glorious.
Style fits like a plunge. Three-piece cup construction. Sturdy materials.
Band is tight and very comfortable, in large part due to the high wings. Stretches to no more than 28" when new, but gets stretchier with more wear. Absolute max stretch is under 29", but feels like I'm hurting and distorting the bra.
Because I have a short torso, I custom-ordered this 60G with lowered cup heights (the 60H had a towering cup height of 6.5"!), and this made it much better. They only remove fabric from the diagonal top piece, so it has half of the usual amount. Measuring from the bow at one strap to the bottom of the band, it's 5.6".
Unfortunately, despite this looking beautiful from some angles, I got quadboob on my larger boob (the definitely 28F one.) The bra fit my 28E boob better, but that cup is just slightly too large for that side. That's why I believe the 60G fits like a large 28E. I am disappointed to be right in between Comexim's 60G and 60H sizes for their padded plunges. Wore this for two days before I decided the quadboobing was too bad.
This bra is not owned any more
Updated on Dec 11, 2013 Flag this