The Free Time is a pretty good fit, I do get some gaping near the gore, but it's minimal and is better than the alternative of quadding or just being squished. Some 65G's kind of work but if the top is too closed off they are a complete failure. As long as the gaping is minimal and I don't feel like I'm swimming in it I can deal with that little quibble. As far as I know there are no alterations on this bra, and I'm kind of surpised it fits as well as it does since I've had issues with the more open on ...top Comexims being too tall and having a lot of gaping. The band on the Free does run a bit big and I'm surprised it's an issue for me since I'm on the larger side of 65. Also I'm not sure if it's just mine or if it's just how all the Free Times and similar models are, but the top seam isn't super smooth, and this is a bigger annoyance to me than it probably should be. Between the seam and the band being a bit big I decided to let this one go, I also didn't feel like I would end up wearing a plaid bra much even though it is very cute. Read more 118 more words
My first Comexin has been a delightful experience! Although the straps are a bit wide and I would fit perfectly in a reduced cup, this bra gives me incredible hope that soon I will possess a bra that fits. Exciting! The straps are delightfully comfortable, no wires sit on breast tissue at the gore, and the twins are lifted and unflattened. Surprisngly, I need wider wires and a bit more depth. The seams do not show under my tightest knits and my nipples are properly shrouded. Strongly, I recommend this bra for projected narrow breasts.
Comexim Free Time bra size 55K which equates UK 26H. The following 3 photos feature my brand new custom made bra in a 55 band featuring a reduced cup style in addition to less fabric near the straps. This is unquestionably the most beautifully constructed bra with the finest attention to detail. This exquisite style is comprised of a lightly padded plunge cut in the lower cup style. The wires are the narrowest that I have ever encountered whilst the cups are deep and feel completely weightless regardless of the light padding. The fine workmanship and high quality of construction and fabric employed surpasses all that I have ...previously encountered.
This style features a timeless and immensely stylish blue tartan fabric covering the exterior of the smooth black cups which continues throughout the exterior of the wings, whilst the interior of the cups are lined in black cotton. The upper section of the cups are covered in a smooth silky navy fabric, the same fabric of which is employed on the interior of the wings. The centre gore is embellished by a two-tone blue bra. The detailing of the construction in its entirety is flat and invisible beneath a blouse. The straps are fully adjustable and the band features 2 hooks. I am enormously pleased to find a company whom is willing to provide 55 bands upon request in addition to customising other aspects of the construction!
The cup width measures 13.4cm from tip to tip of the underwire. The cup depth measures 26cm inside of the cup, from each end of the underwire across the deepest line of the cup. I have measured the band as follows. Unstretched in a resting position from clasp to clasp measures exactly 50cm. Fully stretched to the maximum length from clasp to clasp measures exactly 69cm. It would be ideal for you to compare these measurements against one of your newer best fitting bras, as this will be the best method in determining if this will be a good fit for you. Read more 235 more words
Oh my gosh, I adore this bra. I also have the Paradise in a 65J and the seams on the Freetime bra are a bit more noticeable under a shirt. This bra was owned by two other gals before me - but hardly worn, so when it arrived the band was incredibly snug and lovely.
When I first put it on, I thought for sure the band would be too tight (I've never had a 28 band...even though this one stretches to 29.5...I suppose it isn't realllly a 28 band https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> ) My ribcage measures 29" (break the tape) and I enjoy very ...snug bands. As soon as I hooked the bra it felt incredibly snug - but as I continued to wear it I didn't even notice it on me. The left cup fits perfectly, while the right cup is probably .5 cups too big due to asymmetry (I just fill it out with an Ewa cookie pad from another bra) https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
I don't usually go for blue bras at all - or plaid! But I was quite taken with it on the site and it's gorgeous in person. The comexim's are quite different from the Ewa's, in my opinion. They are both incredibly narrow wired and have a lot of front projection and roundness - but the straps seem to be more comfortably placed and the shape of the cup is a bit different.
I have incredibly soft boobs that tend to fall out of the Freya Deco (in a UK 30G) and they don't fall out of this at all. The gore looks lower on me than it does on the model on the comexim website.
So! If you are a UK 30G/GGish and are interested in this bra + enjoy a tight band - perhaps the 60L is a great size for you https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
I wanted this bra to work. It was so close to perfect, but not. Band was too big and stretchy. Material of this bra is great. It's very soft. Wire width and strap placement were much better than any other bra i have in this size.