I recently got this gorgeous addition to my bra collection from AGBras . It’s such a beautiful bra my husband actually said “I really like that one” and he never comments on them. The outer fabric of the cup is a sheer mesh with a velvet floral pattern over a nude base cup. It’s your typical three part Comexim construction. Band is perfect for a 30 band and love the 3x4 hooks. Straps are fully adjustable and made of a comfortable wide elastic. Straps are perfectly spaced and doesn’t eat the hell out of my armpits which I’m so thankful for! It definitely gives me that boobs on display look, but oh so comfy!
This is the Breakout Bras version of this bra, and the label says 28K, not 60O. This is the first standard Comexim I’ve tried where the straps aren’t set too wide. I’d say that they are perfectly set. I still get some gaping at the gore possibly due to my shape, and/or the gore not tacking. This is a wonderfully comfy bra. I wish all the rest of the standard Comexims had the straps set like this one.
Well, this one fits... mostly. It's from Breakout Bras, so it's sized with UK sizing, rather than EU sizing. It probably is a bit small in the cup - especially for my larger lefty - which is why the center gore doesn't tack, I think. I could probably size up a cup (thoughts on this?) Overall, the straps are not too wide and don't rub under my arms. Relief at last! And, the underwire curves around my IMF on the outside, which to this point has been an issue for me. I may keep this one, though, since it gives (almost) cakes on a plate cleavage for me, and just order a 28G to see if that might solve the gore tack issue.
I have this bra in the 3-part half cup and I think it's really lovely in both styles. I prefer the fit of the plunge because the cups are much more narrow and projected. This bra fits very similarly to other 60K Comexim plunges, so it fits well but the cups are a bit tall on me and the straps are a little widely placed.
This is a great bra for my narrow/tall roots, even, center full, projected boobs. The wires sit right in my IMF with no extra space even on the sides. The only fit issue is a tiny bit of gaping right next to the gore when I'm in the smallest boobs part of my cycle. It's not visible through shirts though since it's right next to the gore. It's also a really comfortable bra. This bra also gives the most rounded shape of any Comexim plunge I've tried. The burnout velvet is also invisible through almost all my shirts (the exceptions are light colored tees and thin, light-colored button-downs, but I wouldn't expect any black bra to be unvisible under those).
Same problems I had with Comexim Noir Plunge.. the straps were too far apart and the cups went up too far at the tops. The band was also too big, but that was partially my fault. I was running on the assumption that the bands were still running a full size too small, so I sized up. It was overall just a bad fit for me as my tissue is too soft.