The band runs tight on this model. I can only stretch it to 31 inches without damaging it, so it's more like a 65/30 band.
I really wanted this bra to work, but I have to admit now that it's just not close enough. In fact, I'm now doubting whether any @Comexim bras will fit me, which is a shame because I thought this brand would be everything I wanted: pretty designs; the perfect amount of padding; and soft, non-painful wires.
When I first got it, the gore didn't tack at all, and the cups gaped. Bending the gore slightly towards me helped with both of these problems. ... The gore now lightly touches, and the slight gaping in the cups is acceptable.
Now for the unfixable problems.
These cups are simply too tall on my high-set breasts to be a half-cup. As someone pointed out in my fit check, it might as well be a plunge. I would be okay with this, but the fact that the bra doesn't fit as designed comes with some other problems.
As with most bras I try, the sides come up way too high, which means the wires yet again poke me under my armpits. I'm starting to get frustrated that this happens with nearly every bra I try, but for some reason I didn't anticipate it being an issue with Comexim. *sigh*
A few people have suggested reduced cups, and I really want to try this, but with the challenge of the language barrier and what I've heard about the unreliability of Polish post makes me reluctant. (By the way, if anyone has any reduced cup Comexim bras in this size range that they want to get rid of, my inbox is open.)
As for the appearance, it is a very pretty bra, and although I have to admit the lace pattern isn't my favorite, it is growing on me. The seafoam green color is beautiful.
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