I'm generally a 32FF in UK sizes, and am soft with projected omega shape, narrow and short rooted but FOT. The band on this bra is definitely snug, I'm using an extender to add about an inch. There is one other thing I don't like about the band, which is that the elastic on the bottom of the band feels like it sticks out a lot more than the rest of the fabric of the band, and over the day it can dig in. I find Ewa Michalak more comfortable in the band than this Comexim, the only I've tried to date. I don't totally fall into the ... middle of this bra like I tend to in plunges - I just fall out a little without some reverse scoop and swoop. It's more careful positioning of my breasts than reverse S&S as my entire breast is still in the cup, the bra just wants my apex to be further out than it is. I think this cup is a little wider than EM and not ideal for my very short and narrow roots. The gore doesn't tack, maybe because of the soft wires, and if I press the gore to tack I get some quadding without more reverse scoop and swoop but as is the cup size is fine. Although I don't think this bra is the right shape for me, comfort wise it's good except the issue with the band I mentioned - once my boobs settle into their slightly-fallen-out position, they don't move around or jostle - and the slightly shallow shape gives me some very slight pressure on the underside of my boobs. The wires overlap at the top of the gore, which is nice! The shape this bra gives is quite lovely, rounded cakes on a plate. It is lightly padded so there is a little boost to apparent size. The straps are a wonderfully wide, smooth and sturdy satiny material which do not slip in the adjusters at all, and in this size there are 3 rows and 4 columns of hooks. I've sold this bra with regret, it was very beautiful but not the best fit for me.
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