Wow I'm pretty close to ABTF!! The cups are a little too tall and I know I need crossed wires as an alteration for the future! I love the colours on it, I had a primark bra with a similar colourway when I was trying to DIY 26/24 bands! I'm sooo happy about this!
Beautiful bra, but unfortunately too small in both band and cup.
If you regularly wear a 34 band, like in Ewa Michalak for example, this 34 actually fits like a 32 so definitely size up in the band. I can close the bra, but it feels like it's suffocating me. Not even ten minutes later and my body had red marks and indentations after I had removed it.
Because the cups were about 2 sizes too small I couldn't gauge how comfortable the bra was. I had so much spillage that my nipples were about to pop over the top, and I have very full-on-top breasts that practically ...point downwards. To its merit, the wires were perfectly narrow as sometimes Ewa Michalak bras are a tiny bit wide on me, and had great depth for my projected boobs.
I usually wear a 34G/75G in Ewa Michalak bras and with Wellfitting/Comexim bras I think I should be a 36HH or 36J at the very least.
Such a shame as I did get great lift and separation and a great amount of cleavage with this bra despite the enormous quad-boob.
So to sum it up: works well with projected breats and size up in both cup and band. Read more 98 more words
The 70G I ordered through wellfitting.com was supposed to have the same customizations I had done to the 65H Jacqueline Bra, which I bought directly from Comexim a few months earlier:
Lowered gore Reduced cups 3x3 hooks and eyes Higher sides
If I had known about moving straps inward, I would've requested that customization, too.
The 70G Arizona's cups are deeper than those of my 65H Jacqueline. The cup height, gore height, wing height, and 3x3 hooks/eyes are the same. When I lay the Arizona on top of the Jacqueline, the wire width is the same. This is appropriate, since they are sister sizes.
However, the Arizona is deeper. The top of ...the cups gape slightly, and I don't get the front and centeredness of the Comexim Jacqueline or of my Ewa Michalak 3Ds, Pl Onyks, and strapless bras. My breasts naturally point straight ahead, have no space between them, and, after wearing properly fitting plunge bras for a year, have a fair amount of fullness near the center gore. When I wear a bra, I want to maximize fullness toward the center gore by pulling my ample side tissue forward.
It appears reports that Comexim doesn't do sister sizes the way Ewa Michalak or UK brands do appears correct. I am having the same issue with my Comexim Georgia, which I ordered with the Arizona. The good news is if you're half a cup between cup sizes in one Comexim band size, getting a sister size that isn't really a sister size may solve that problem.
The fabric part the hooks are embedded in has sharp edges. This flaw is prevalent among Comexim and Ewa Michalak bras. The Comexim Arizona, Comexim Jacqueline, and many of my Ewa Michalaks are sharp enough to make me bleed. I don't expect the same comfort of, say, a luxury brand like Prima Donna for these prices, but no bra should be sharp enough to cause its wearer to develop scabs from doing absolutely nothing physically active while wearing it.
The Comexim Arizona is pretty. I like the crochet style black lace over the bright red cups. The inside is bright red, which I find clear and cheery. Read more 250 more words
This bra's measurements have been altered
Lowered gore, Reduced cups, 3x3 hooks and eyes, Higher sides
This bra is Wellfitting's Demi cup bra - a balconette that I think is exclusive to Wellfitting. It fits very different from Comexim's more common plunges. I found that this one ran a cup size small on me. Fits my smaller boob ok, but the center gore doesn't tack, and my bigger boob quads and in general the bra looks flat and smashed on me. This one is definitely going back.
I have gravitated toward balconettes in the past because I fear full-cup bras on my petite frame - nearly everything gapes at the top on me, but after trying this one side-by-side with a plunge, I think the Comexim plunges may be a better shape fit for me.