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Bras » Comexim » Eris Plunge Bra (294) » 70H 32:8

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Fits ribcage75.8
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band78.5
Band Length59.5
Cup width14.0
Cup depth25.5
Wire length23.9
Cup height16.8
Cup separation1.4
Gore height7.0
Wing height10.3
Strap width1.3
Hooks2

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    Didn't fit

    So this was my first time ordering Comexim, and I ordered a 70H based on their recommendation. I was really apprehensive after posting here asking for size help (of course that was *after* I placed the order), in which it was advised I order a 65J (or 30J). However, I was really pleasantly surprised to find that this bra (and the other) fit pretty darn well. How, you ask? Well, it turns out that it really only stretches to a 30, but was a bit too big for me after a few hours of wear (I'd only had it on for about 2 minutes prior to writing my ... original review). I am actually running 29" underbust, as confirmed by the 32G Deco I had altered to fit my body (it was pinned to my liking, rather than exactly 30" like Intimacy does), which is exactly 29". I am more confused than ever, but hey, they fit!

    Anyway, this bra is beautiful. I thought that the little glitter details were hearts, but they are apples! The red is stunning, and works really well with my skin tone (kind of maraschino cherry color). The awesome thing about red bras aside from being sexy is they actually work as a neutral under whites! I didn't believe it until I tried it out. Neither my husband, nor my mom could tell my bra was red.

    As for comfort level, I can't really attest to that yet. It felt pretty darn comfy when I tried it on, with a nice stretchy band (but not too stretchy, and not as stretchy as Freya bands). I love this bra!

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