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Arizona Plunge Bra (408)

AW2015 - Padded plunge bra - Detachable cup hooks More...
This bra is discontinued.

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  1. 60 C-O ... (28 :3-:15)
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  3. 70 A-M ... (32 :1-:13)
  4. 75 A-L ... (34 :1-:12)
  5. 80 A-K ... (36 :1-:11)
  6. 85 B-J ... (38 :2-:10)
  7. 90 C-HH ... (40 :3-:9)
  8. 95 C-H ... (42 :3-:8)

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  1. 6
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    75K

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    • 2

      Great review. I'm glad it worked out.

    • 2

      gratiat Thanks! It's great to have a plunge bra that holds my boobs in :)

    • 2

      Yay, I'm so glad it worked out! It looks fantastic on you. Those shorter wires are heaven, aren't they? :) Was this a standard Comexim or did it have any alterations? (If you addressed this in the review already, I apologize!)

    • 1

      BumbleBean Yes, the shorter wires are great! I never knew how much I wanted them until I had them :) Great question! It's a standard Comexim.

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    95H

    Fits

    Torn on this bra. The gore floats slightly at the top but with the style of this bra I am not sure it is an issue? Comexim suggested a 90 band and there is no way that would work as the 95 is tight. I will go for a 100 band next time and a different cup style. The bra fits best with crossed straps in the back which is how it was intended to be worn. Otherwise great quality bra as always with Comexim. The red is gorgeous with the black!
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    Altered band,

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    60M

    Didn't fit

    This fit me well a few years ago at a larger cup size - slightly wider wires than my Sonia Plunge, and slightly smaller cup: 60M here ~ 60L Sonia. Plastic pieces for conversion to racerback bra unfortunately prone to breaking.
    This bra's measurements have been altered
    Hard to call this an alteration but this bra has multiway straps, and unfortunately one of the plastic connector pieces broke :(

    Updated on Jun 09, 2020 Flag this


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    60H

    Fits

    When a package from Poland arrives in the mail, it is truly a happy day. Incidentally, this second shipment from Comexim was sent out during the COVID crisis right before Comexim shut down production, but it somehow arrived more quickly than my order earlier this spring (25 days instead of 30 days).

    Since I am now so used to seeing my Comexim collection in 60H with no alterations (as a point of comparison, I am using my Ingrid Plunge in 60H as the standard for this size and cut), I was taken a bit by surprise to see how much smaller this altered Plunge with reduced cup height appeared ... at first. Even though I only asked for 1 cm cup height reduction, this creates a very noticeable visual change in the proportions of the bra, because the 1 cm is taken from the CENTER of the cup. Actually, because the gore height is maintained, the reduction is tapered, and you end up with more reduction at the outer cup, so it actually reduces the plunge effect and straightens out the cup a bit. The resulting height ends up very similar to that of the 60G, but straighter. If you want to maintain the same shape, you will need to ask for the gore to also be lowered by the same amount as the cup height reduction, but I am not sure if they can do this while maintaining the same wires.

    However, one thing my alteration failed to address is that moving in the straps 1 cm is not enough, I need them moved in one full strap width, closer to 2 cm. The angle of the outer cup is still too vertical, so the outer cup still cuts into my underarm area. Despite the cup proportion now being similar to a 60G, the shape of this area is totally different in the 60G, which is angled inward much more steeply, and the straps are moved in further one whole strap width. I requested the straps moved in 1 cm, but they are still set too wide as they were only moved in about .5 cm. Plus, due to the lowered cup height, they are rubbing at a more uncomfortable spot on my body than the original 60H unaltered. I have emailed Joanna photos of this to see if I can request that the outer cup and strap placement be cut like the 60G, while keeping the same wires and cup depth as the 60H. Overall, the fit of this bra is almost there! Everything else in the cup and wires is perfect and measured consistently. Unfortunately, the strap placement is really uncomfortable in this bra. I tried wearing it strapless and halter style, but the problem is the cut of the outer cup just rubbing in the wrong spot, rather than the straps themselves.

    The band on this bra is silky stretch knit overlaid with the zebra stretch lace that creates the layered look of this bra. The band on this style is also very firm. It fits, but it definitely feels quite snug. It's a bit longer than the Ingrid, but it feels tighter. The straps are a slightly textured black elastic with picot edges They are convertible, so my bra came with a second set. Note that the elastic loops aren’t that tight, so my straps do slip off rather easily in my drawer, but I’m sure they would be fine when worn. The only trim on this bra is a small square red ribbon bow. Visually, this bra reminds me a bit of the Ewa Michalak M Tango, or the Masquerade Angie I just picked up, though all 3 are totally different cuts.

    Arizona is another nice quality bra from Comexim. So far, I have found the cups to be very consistent in all of my Comexim bras, while the bands can run a little tight. My recommendation is to order your normal size and add an extender if necessary, rather than trying to guess the stretch in the band and sister sizing up

    Regarding alterations, I would definitely start out finding your normal size by ordering bras in the different cuts with no alterations, then work from there. Many people have said they can't tell if an alteration was done or not on their bra, but I had no problem when I compared my bra's appearance and measurements to standard bras in the same size from my collection. Ideally, I would be able to get the wires and depth of 60H with the cup height and strap placement of 60G in my perfect fit. I am looking forward to refining the fit and ordering more!

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    Reduced cup height 1 cm, straps moved in .5 cm (but requested 1 cm)

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    80J

    Didn't fit

    Purchased in Fall 2018, but I can't remember from where/whom. It has no label/tag, so the size is my best-guess so I could add it. It looks very much like my Anna Pardal Hibiscus, except the base is red instead of beige, and it doesn't have the edging on the cups. It's a beautiful bra with handy reconfigurable straps and 4 rows of 3 hooks. The cups are comfortably lined in red cotton.
    My only complaint with this bra is the straps which are VERY difficult to adjust. I have them tightened all the way, too, so I'd have to have them taken in if I wanted to go shorter.

    red & black colorway

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    65H

    Didn't fit

    Gorgeous bra, cup measurements make it look good for me hypothetically but in reality most of the cup depth is right at the top of the cups. Just doesn't work for my shape so there is lots of gaping.

    I feel like the straps are really too short to use as multiway straps. Those with long torsos will have trouble, and people more in the middle like me might be a bit uncomfortable as well.

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    65H

    Didn't fit

    I normally wear 60H or 65G but I thought they seemed a little small. Turns out this one is a little big... fantastic print though. I really wish it was one cup size smaller

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    75H

    Didn't fit

    I didn't realize that this was a multi-way until it arrived. Compared to my other Comexims, it wasn't very comfortable as the straps dug in my upper back/ neck area. Perhaps it was because I had the straps moved inward. This model is more comfortable to wear as a regular bra, but then it is definitely way to big.

    Overall, I found that this model runs large- too large to be passable (compared to other Comexim bras of the same plunge size). I've lost the last of my baby weight and no longer nurse, so I am more of a 70G / H at the moment. Nonetheless, my other ... 75H Comexims plunges are still wearable. The cups gape more than usual. In addition to the cups being too large, i had to use the last row of hooks on this model and it was still a bit too loose. Compared to the fit of my other Comexims, I would recommend sister sizing down from your normal Comexim size with this model (which is gorgeous, btw).

    I do think my short roots necessitate trying the 3HC (which are en route), so the fit might be affected by my shape. I cant quite fill the top part of the cups of any of my plunges (due to the somewhat rigid nature of the foam cups, though, they are thankfully still wearable and the slight gaping inside is not noticeable under clothing).

    I will have to list this one, as I can't make it work.

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    70J

    Didn't fit

    I bought this bra used on Ebay & didn't do enough research on the sizing. It is marked 70J & at the time I was looking for a 32J bra. I've since learned that Comexim doesn't use UK sizing & the 70J is around a 32GG in UK sizing. I was larger then (I've since lost weight) so it was way too small. Since I've lost weight it's still too small in the cup & now it's comfortable in the band, but I'm already in the last set of hooks. I can put it on now & see how it would look if ... it fit & I really like it. It's convinced me that I need to find out my Comexim size. When I first opened it up it seemed very flimsy. I've been wearing @Ewa Michalak S & PL style in 75J for a long time & compared to them it doesn't seem as solidly constructed. It is very stretchy--both the band & the straps, so it doesn't seem like the most supportive. Maybe it would be better in my correct size. I will probably try to re-sell it later.
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    70HH

    Fits

    Love love love this bra and finally a bra with straps that can be worn cross back. I had the straps moved in and lowered the gore for a perfect fit.
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    Comfort
    Excellent!
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    Excellent!

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