This bra is very similar in fit as my EM CHP Marcepanowa in 75F, which is great, because both are a near perfect fit and pretty much my new favourite bras! The only thing at the moment is that the cups are ever so slightly small, which causes my boobs to bubble over a little when I move around a lot (say run for the bus or something). But that's mostly due to the fact that I've recently gained some hormonal weight, which should go back down soon.
I compared the bra directly to my CHP, and the wires and cups seem pretty much the same, width, height and ... depth wise. The band on the Ewa is a lot looser, while the cups of the Comexim half cup come up just a third of an inch or so higher than those of the CHP. I actually prefer the cup height of the Comexim, as my boobs feel slightly more securely packaged, and bounce a little less when I walk (I love Ewa, but her padded bras make my boobs bounce somehow).
The profile I get in this Comexim is great; very round, uplifted, slightly minimised, and within my frame. It definitely gives cakes on a plate style cleavage, while (mysteriously) also pushing my boobs closer towards each other. I therefore get much more cleavage than I got with Comexim plunges (imperfect match for me), and Ewa plunges (very good match for my shape). The cups have a lot of bottom projection, but not too much over all projection.
The bra itself is beautiful (as it should be with that name), very classy black lace over a smooth pinky beige fabric. The lace is very flat, and does not show too much through thin fabrics. The foam Comexim uses feels a little cheaper and more squeaky than Ewa's foam though. The straps of this bra are a little stretchy and quite thin, but it's not proved a problem while wearing it. The band feels very nice and tight, and I appreciate that it as 3 hooks, as opposed to the 2 hooks I get on my Ewa.
Over all, I slightly prefer the look and feel of my Ewa, but in terms of comfort and cup height the Comexim has an edge.
I also tried the other half cup version by Comexim (the 1 seam, 2 part one), but unfortunately I ordered it in the wrong size. However, I already could tell that it runs a little smaller, and, most importantly, is shallower in the bottom at the cup than the 3HC version. I may try the 2HC again, but probably go up a cup size compared to the 3HC.
I currently have a custom order out for a 3HC Poison Ivy in 75J, to see whether a bigger size will solve my slight overflow problem, and so that I have a half cup for my bigger boob days on hand. Let's see how that fits!
PS: I just noticed that the lace pattern is very different from the stock pictures! I much prefer my version https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";-)" />
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