Much better than the 65HH (see review, cups were way too large, band much too small, despite a 29" underbust). Gore does not tack at the top (1cm gap) because there is not enough center projection. This may be a cup size too small for me, but on the other hand, I have a bit of gapping by the straps, so I am considering ordering same size with custom straps moved in. My only trepidation is possible quad-boobing that could occur. It is unclear whether the gapping by the straps is due to orange-in-glass effect or straps too far apart. Straps ARE about 1/2 inch too far apart ... for me and also carry too much weight because of the non-tacking gore, but neither issue is a real deterrent. I am in love with the low underarms and narrow underwires, both which are perfect for me and a big relief for my irritated front-of-armpit skin Re: Freya Deco. For that alone, I am thrilled with this bra. Does not show even under stretchy/thin shirts for me. The shape is a lovely hybrid of green-purple: it's up-front and perky without being in-your-face.
The shape is a hearty improvement on my Panache Envy and Jasmine, which were too down-and-out and caused gapes between buttons on my button-down blouses. The Comexim Basic does not do that. I think if I could go back and do it again, I may have ordered from the U.S. vendor Wellfitting to save time (because I ordered a different size and then had to exchange, the process of acquiring this took~6 weeks), but the total cost of ordering direct vs. U.S. was probably the same.
Also an interesting side-note: the straps on this size had lace detailing all along their front, while the 65HH had plain straps. You can still adjust the straps over the detailing. I think the detailing actually provides a little extra stability (because they stitched it on), which I find nice, as the undetailed straps were overly stretchy, which also felt a little cheap. Also interesting, the detailing on mine is lace, NOT the looped thread pictured on the photo that someone uploaded for this size (I guess Comexim just uses what they have in stock).
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