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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band78.0
Band Length65.0
Stretch ratio1.2
Cup width16.0
Cup depth23.0
Depth ratio1.4
Wire length25.0
Cup height16.0
Cup separation1.5
Gore height14.0
Wing height14.0
Strap width2.0
Hooks6
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Index32:10
EU70J

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Hasn't set fit

Well, here is my second review of the day on this bra (I also wrote on on r/ABTF). I wanted to try this style out in a longline, and I was planning to order Bubbles as a custom longline & padded plunge: at the last minute, I decided to change my order and just keep the bra as a 3HC (because I thought it would mess up the aesthetics of the bra? Ugh, fit first!) even though I knew it wasn't going to be ideal for my shape.

Can you believe that this bra is *still* comfortable - though not ideal for my shape - and I wear it a ton? I'm not sure if I've *stretched out the cups* lol, and that is what is making the bra wearable for me? When I compare the cup shapes between this bra (3HC) https://ibb.co/1rgBDJc and Comexim's Pearl Mint Plunge bra https://ibb.co/zfCtWVC they look pretty much identical at this point! But initially when I got the bra, the 3HC was clearly more shallow near the wire: I do wonder if I've stretched out the cups, I've been wearing this bra a ton, it's comfy because well, it's a Comexim & also the super soft fabric with this design. It's a beauty : )

So, one of the pictures also shows you (yellow lines) where the underwire was sitting when I first got the bra. I also measured between the wires lines and my IMF, and it was exactly 1 inch. Despite that, I still find the bra supportive: the cups still push *everything up* if that makes sense. When I posted this review on ABTF, after someone commented I was reminded that - I think that longlines are kind of *max cleavage* support, since they can be even more shallow than a normal 3HC. Plus, longlines are just cute! I do fasten the bra on the side though, and twist it around to the back; I just don't have the patience or coordination to hook the 6 hook and eye closures, lol.

Despite the fit issue, I love the feel of the fabric & I love the colours. The appearance of the padded 3HC is much rounder than Comexim padded plunges, but not minimized like the unpadded 3HCs, of course. It's well constructed, per usual from Comexim. It's overall just a happy bra and I'm glad I own one. Plus, now I have my very first Comexim longline to compare to, hah!

If you're on the fence about ordering a longline, I say - go for it! Their longlines are cccuuuuuuttee.

Updated on Nov 22, 2021 Flag this


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    I have to bend over a lot for my job…do you find that it stays put or rolls? My one longline bra rolls up, and my longline sports bras do as well. Maybe I should just skip longlines?

  • 1

    Calluna , that is a greeaaattt question. so, this particular longline doesn't ride up on me, but now I need to add a bunch of disclaimers. Someone wrote online that the Tara rides up on her (or sometimes "folds over")
    I can't speak from experience (because I don't own the Tara) if it's just the fabric on that particular bra, or if it's just the individual person - idk.

    It has a line of elastic at the bottom of the longline that kind of grips to my skin. I wouldn't really say that it rides up. So, I don't know if depends on a) one's body type or b) the fabric of the bra. But this is also the first Comexim longline that I've owned so YMMV!

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    Thank you! I think it’s maybe me and my tummy and ribs that are really the problem for me.

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    I love the look of the longline but I think my flared ribs and tummy would cause it to roll up too lol


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