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Bras » Comexim » Diana Longline Half Cup (468) » 65E 30:5

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Fits ribcage71.3
B. perimeter20.0
Stretched Band77.2
Band Length58.6
Cup width12.2
Cup depth17.2
Wire length20.0
Cup height11.7
Cup separation1.9
Gore height12.7
Wing height13.0
Strap width1.5

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    I have been eyeing on this design for a very very long time. I know that standard 3HC of Comexim fit my breasts (FOB, average projection, average root width) very well without any modification, but I read in several reviews that the longlines fit different. Having in mind the problems with modifications done or not done I could not make myself to order this design.
    Finally I decided to go for the longline without any modifications, so I could return in case it would not fit.

    So for me there is no difference in fit of longline and standard bra. The fit is exactly the same as for my 3HC ... which means stunningly comfy, a bit flattened but quite lifted. While this is not the shape an Ewa bra gives me I am absolutely okay with it and have several Comexis in my closet.
    I also heard rumors that the band on the top of the cups would make them more closed - I cannot say anything about this. I do not see any quadding or cutting in (except when I take a really deep breath and move my shoulders back as far as I can), thats it. But I have to admit that my breasts are really insensitive for closed cups.
    One has to know that the longline bras expect you to have something like a pronounced waist. I am more or less straight, so I hook an extender in the two lowest hooks of the bra for more comfort. I am okay with that but you might want to know.
    The design is absolutely unique and I love it (even if it somehow reminds me of a Christmas elf...)

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