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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band74.0
Band Length57.0
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width15.0
Cup depth25.0
Depth ratio1.7
Wire length23.0
Cup height18.0
Cup separation1.8
Gore height8.0
Wing height9.5
Strap width2.0
Hooks3
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Index30:11
EU65K

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Didn't fit

This bra is quite wearable with an extender, but I find it to be a little tight in the band for me right now without an extender.

My stats: FOB, close-set breasts with narrow roots, projected, center-full, average root height. I find that Comexim padded plunges and unpadded 3HCs work well for me, and also Ewa Michalak BM.

This is vintage Comexim, lol (like from 5 years ago); the cups are super comfy, they make my boobs look amazing [imho, lol] and fabric is super soft and luxurious!! : ) I love it! thank u Anya99 for your fabulous collection that you are selling. 10/10 seller!

Anyway, what to say about this bra that I haven't said before about Comexim (one of my favs...): it is typical Comexim, high quality construction, lovely design, soft and comfy materials. I don't feel that anything is scratchy or irritating my skin in this bra. The cups seem super deep - I mean, this is a sister-size down + 1 cup than what I normally wear, I'm not sure if the construction is different from years ago- I honestly haven't tried enough comexim bras from years ago - but the band does seem tighter than when I tried a newer 65K plunge bra last spring (from Breakout Bras), FWIW.

Anyway, I do enjoy this bra and it's pleasant design: when I wear it with an extender, it does give me strap gap - and I've noticed this with both of the bras that I wear with an extender - the extender makes the straps in the back a little bit wider, giving me some strap gap in the front. Ideally, I wouldn't have to use an extender for these bras, so that's why I usually get a 70 band : ) but I saw this bra on the listings in size 65K, so I just had to buy it. After all, it was on my "wish list"!

I noticed (I don't believe this bra has alteration at all) how petite-friendly these bras are: if you notice in the pic from the side, I have a lot of space between *where the cup ends* and my underarm. The cup height is fine for me on the side(for reference, I'm 5'7), but this makes these bras particularly good for petite people/people with short roots and/or high-set breasts, imo.

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Fit information

On Nov 2021 View measurements

a little too small in the cups for larger side (yet still wearable, imo); band is too small but wearable with an extender

Band fit:
Can't quite fasten the bra (band too small)
Cup's width:
Outer cup cuts into breast tissue in the sides

This bra didn't fit her, but these did