Yay finally received my Comexim and it’s fantastic. Another Comexim win! I ordered it directly from Comexim on April 3rd, they shipped it out on April 13th, and I received it on May 28th LOL. Looong wait could have something by to do with Canada post issues?
I looove this bra! It is beautiful, fits well, and is very comfortable. I wore it for a day while doing errands and other physical activities and nothing budged. I even forgot I was wearing it.
I ordered with straps moved in 1cm but no other alterations. The gore came overlapped, I’m guessing they do this with all orders now. The ...cups are wider and slightly more shallow than my other 3HC but still has decent immediate projection. The band is a bit too snug for me but I’m sure it will stretch a bit and it didn’t cause me any discomfort. The band is similar to the basic plunge but the front half is covered with eyelash lace. The cups are more firm than my other 3HC but still very light.
Holy super round shape! This bra brings everything centre and forward and uplifted for me. It gives me quite a bit of cleavage which is fine with me.
This cost 162 zloty which works out roughly to $53 Canadian. That includes all fees and shipping. Can’t go wrong with that price!
Overall I am very pleased with this bra and I need more Comexim 3HCs in my life haha Read more 141 more words
Stats for reference: FOT, centre full, close & low set, soft tissue, short & narrow roots, and projected.
Look: This 3HC beauty is honestly a true beauty! It's a light cream bra with elegant black lace overlay - a truly timeless piece https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> The lace covers the cups and wraps around the sides of the bra with an eyelash lace finish just under my arms. It is relatively smooth under clothes so super versatile. It offers more coverage than other (non-comexim) half cups I've tried in the past; beauty has more of a V-shape neckline (highest point of the cups by the straps) while ...others tend to have more of a scoop/ square-neckline (cups are about the same height/ straight across the chest). The V-shape neckline lends itself to more support and the bra is so beautiful I don't mind the extra coverage at all https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
Fit: I've had good experiences with vertical seamed half cups (e.g. EM CHP, Masquerade Rhea, CK Ritzy) and they all give me lovely cakes-on-a-plate style aesthetics with a rounded side profile (that I am addicted to). When I first tried the beauty, I was a little confused with the fit as it seemed to minimise my chest (flatten and spread cup volume over a wider area) more so than my other half cups with no 'cakes-on-a-plate'. HOWEVER, as the beauty has comfy, wide straps I could shorten them a lot more than other bras. As a consquence, this lifted my chest higher than I ever knew they could go and revealed 'cakes-on-a-plate' with buttcrack cleavage (I had to do a double take because they looked like I had had breast augmentation!) and a nice round side profile. One cup does quad a little on my larger side but I'm also on the fuller part of my cycle at the moment so this should not be a problem.
TL;DR = Why I get amazing aesthetics in this bra? 1) BAND - I've gone from 32 bands (pre-ABTF journey) to mainly wearing 30/ 28 bands now. After feeling the support in this beauty's band I think small 28 or 26 bands are ideal for me. 2) STRAPS - Wide straps make such a massive difference! Shortening them lifted my bust super high without hurting my shoulders to give the 'cakes-on-a-plate' look ( I think this is the main reason I can't shorten the straps of my other halfcups to reach the same aesthetic comfortably). I also think that having the straps moved in 1cm helped as they do not irritate my Spence's tail. 3) GORE - The gore is overlapped and incredibly narrow on this bra which is great for my close-set chest and give the 'buttcrack cleavage' look. However I do still see it sit on my breast tissue slightly... I think that's due to my breast tissue being literally next to each other (essentially no separation) so probably not much I could do about it. Perhaps trying stronger underwires might be an option? Overall, I get the same 'cakes-on-a-plate' and rounded side profile in this bra as my other vertical seamed half cups. It is comfier and provides more support while also slightly minimising. The amount of uplift I get in this bra beats all my other bras and I'm excited to try a comexim plunge style that fits (which I think would offer more projection).
Welp. This was my first ever true comexim bust. This bra runs 1-2 cups small and maybe even a band, but it could just feel tight because it's sitting on tissue. I'll try the upside down and backwards test. I can't really assess the fit since it's so far off from fitting me. It seems to run slightly shallow, but the wires are still narrow, so I'd say it just runs small. It's absolutely stunning though. I had the panties made into a thong.
This is a nice, comfortable and supportive bra. I had it made with cotton cookie pockets, which are super comfortable and good for asymmetry correction, but all pictures are without cookies. The band fits like a 26. The straps are adjustable, but not easily done. This bra is a little too small in the cups, especially on my larger side. I think a 60HH would have been a better fit. It gives a nice shape and lift, though, and holds my very soft breasts firmly and securely. Gives good cleavage too.
MY SHAPE: Projected, center full, close-set, tall and narrow roots.
THE TAKEAWAY: A gorgeous bra with black lace on the cups and a cream band, done as a 3HC with stronger wires. The band is more TTS than my previous experience with this brand, and so comfortable immediately that I'm considering ordering a size down. For people in my range, I wear a 30G-32FF pretty consistently in Panache/Cleo, and a 70J right now in these bras, but am considering a 65K in the future.
THE DETAILS: This is my go-to alteration right now (3HC with stronger wires + an overlapped gore), as it really seems to suit my shape well. ...The resulting shape is round and fits great, though the black lace does mean this isn't a t-shirt bra. The Beauty is not part of Comexim's "luxury" line, and you can definitely tell, but it's still a gorgeous bra.
The fit of this bra is very similar to the fit of my other recent Comexim purchases (see my more detailed review of the 70J - Comexim » Rosettes Half Cup). https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> Comfortable and supportive and beautiful, a total win IMHO. Read more 87 more words
I have narrow/tall roots, even, center full, projected boobs. The wires sit right in my IMF with no extra space even on the sides. The cups are a tiny bit too small - the 3HCs run shallower than the Comexim Plunges (I wear 60H in those) - so there is some quadboob, esp. on my larger boob, but the vertical seaming makes the quadboob result in cakes-on-a-plate cleavage for me. Would I wear this under a tight shirt for a seamless shillouette? No. But sometimes I want cakes-on-a-plate when wearing a lowcut shirt and so I will be keeping this bra.
The bra itself is beautiful and comfortable, as all Comexim's are.
This really is a beautiful bra. It’s a nude bra with a black lace overlay and eyelash lace details on the sides. The cups are narrow and projected. The band feels firm right now, but it will probably stretch with wear. The straps were altered to move in 2cm. Overall, it’s a very comfortable bra except for one thing – it’s about 2 cup sizes too small for me. I can't swoop and scoop without overflowing. It’s a shame because this is really the perfect width for me.
Since my first Comexim bra in a size 65J doesn't really fit (band too lose, cups slightly too big and definently too wide) I decided to order this one in a 60J after some research, but unfortunately it's too shallow for me, especially in the bottom of the cup. This bra is really pretty and the quality seems fine, although ist had some lose threads upon arrival.