I truly believe it's one of the most beautiful bras I've ever seen: the dark mesh with floral embroidery looks amazing on beige fabric. It's even better because both the cups and the band have exactly the same embroidery on it, so it looks just as beautiful in frontal and back view. But it's not only beautiful, it's really comfy too. The padding is rather thin and soft on the inside and there's nothing that could dig into body or leave some marks. The band is really, really tight, if you want to buy it, you should go for a band at least one size bigger than you ...usually wear, but if you get the right fit, it doesn't dig into your body, it doesn't ride up, down or in whatever direction it could, it just stays around and keeps the bra in place: in front of your chest. I love the uplift it gives: it's not like wearing Ewa Michalak's bras with the feeling of having my boobs right below my chin, but still it makes the cleavage really noticeable. The bra also gives nice, round shape without the feeling of having my boobs shaped against their natural look (I mean sometimes the bra adjusts to body but sometimes the bra forms the breast tissue if it's soft enough, and if it isn't, the fit is horrible; so here's the first case) The straps are the only flaw: they are only pieces of dark, elastic fabric. The edges of the straps can dig into body sometimes. But there's no other flaw I can think of. After a week of wearing and two long train rides I can say I totally love it. Read more 174 more words
This bra absolutely fits me. I would say it runs two sizes small in the band and one size small in the cup. About myself: I am most typically a 30D/65D, with my favored stretched band being 29-30". I have close-set, shallow, slightly FOT breasts and most all bras with a gore taller than an inch made in the US or UK have had gores too wide, sitting the wires on my breasts at center. This is the first bra I've purchased where a taller gore didn't immediately have me thinking about alterations. I personally prefer narrower straps since smaller cups don't really need wide straps for additional support, but that may just be me.
I would have rated this bra excellent quality if not for the ridiculous sizing discrepancy. Thanks to the Bratabase member who sold this to me.
I finally took the plunge and ordered directly from Comexim as an X-Mas present for myself, and OH MAN am I ever glad I did so. It took a while to get it (over a month) but it was soooo worth it. This bra fits so well! I had the straps narrowed and the gore raised, and it fits like a dream. Thank goodness for you ladies and all of your reviews on this, too; based on what I read, I ordered a size bigger in the band, which helped a bunch. It feels tight but not TOO tight that it's uncomfortable. The straps fit a lot better too, ...though I still have to move one side up every once in a while, especially if 'm moving around a bunch. I wonder if I can request to have one side moved in slighter more? I'm for sure going to order more, so maybe I will ask and see what they say. Also, this bra is just GORGEOUS. I mean, look at how pretty that lace is?! I feel so great when I wear it. Read more 74 more words
I was keeping my hopes up that I'd make out fine with this, being as I have a 65F and 65G (and runs-similar in cups to 65G- 70G/65H Joys).
I do feel like this band is a tad more snug than my other Comexim's, which I recently read about the Geisha, but it doesn't bother me.
The cut is VERY similar to the Basic, which makes me a super happy lady(warning: I'm going to be comparing this to the Basic. A lot.) Like the Basic, there is slightly more room on top, which causes the 65F to JUST fit me. Yay!!!
There's about 8" on ...top, and since my tissue is pretty malleable, that just makes it work. Bottom cups are about 6.4", then centers are about 7". I'm center full with almost no bottom or top fullness, and softer, so, somehow it works.
I believe that if Emanuelle had higher padding, I'd have less cup stretching. Though one of the things I love about Emanuelle is that beautiful top lace.
The cups in this and Basic are slightly firmer and more moulded(but not near what typical moulded bras are) than Emanuelle also, so I think that helps with the fit and lack of stretching? I'm unsure. I get more side coverage in my Basic 65G, which I really prefer, but the Geisha in 65F seems to work just fine. I'll probably order a 65G in the future, but I'm plenty happy with this now.
I enjoy the bit of cleavage I get, without quadding. The only quadding I experienced was when lifting my arms a certian way. I know from the cut similarities that this in 65G would be *perfect*, but I'm not hung up about quadding with my arms lifted. When do I lift my arms for more than a moment anyway?
The center gore tacks nicely. I can fully scoop and swoop, and the band is definitely firm enough to keep it that way. You may want to consider sizing up in the band. This stretches in total, to 28.5". I'm 29", so to keep the bra intact, I think I'm going to need an extender. 70F would probably be my *perfect* size in the Geisha.
As always, perfectly narrow wires, very light padding compared to other padded bras, and absolutely gorgeous.
I initially didn't see what all the fuss was about with the Geisha, but I fell in love with it after seeing a photo on braswap. I missed out and have been trying to find another since, when another user offered it to me in a swap. So I'm pretty ecstatic.
I love Comexim. I should be working at Amazon again, and I swear, my first or second paycheck are going straight to Comexim, in full. And then I'm probably going to sell all my other bras.
As for the design, it's absolutely gorgeous. The cups and band are like a cream with black mesh overlay, and muted red floral patterns. Straps are black with black bows, and as always, fully adjustable. The center bow is black and pretty thick, which I feel goes well with the design. It's a very dainty, but mature look. I don't know what it is, I just adore it.
I get slightly more cleavage in this, I guess being on the verge of being too small. I enjoy it though. I've never felt as good as I do wearing my Comexims. The Joys don't really do much for me, which I think comes down to me sizing up, but I'm really enjoying their plunges and the half cup Coco.
Comfort-wise, like the Basic, I really like the cup lining and even though the band is 28.5", the fabric is a nice silky texture and it's overall very comfortable.
Inner cups are very flexible which my other bras confirmed is typical of Comexim. Just a light layer of foam.
Cups, again, as typical of my Comexims, are very close, centered and fairly projected, slightly more on top.
The cup height in this and 65G Basic work for me even though I have taller, shallower roots. I think that has a lot to do with just having the correct size. I had a 60HH Basic and the top cup depth was too large and caused the cups to appear higher than they were, and to look like bubbles on a flat surface.
I would recommend that if you have taller/longer, shallow roots, to have the cups lowered, just to be safe. And order whatever size matches the depth of padded bras you currently fit. There's lots of measurements for the Basics here.
The 65F would not work for me with lowered cups, because I'm using the top cup depth to manipulate my boobs into, but I believe a lowered 65G would work. I even think the 60HH/65H would have worked with lowered cups, but a cup down with normal height worked just fine for me.
I recommend the Geisha and Basic(because they have the same cut IMO) to anyone with narrow roots, projected, more centered boobs(even if just when lifted like myself), and upper to center fullness.
I'm functionally FoB/literally even, and my even/center-fullness is what makes these work for me, I believe. If you're super shallow on top/seriously FoB, definitely consider getting reduced cups.
I really adore Comexim because I had such a great experience ordering directly from them, and even when I've just messaged asking questions. Then just the fact that all their bras seem to work for me, is amazing. I think with all the customizations they do, they could work for almost anyone.
Even if you're more shallow and average/wide, there's the Joy Longline and I believe, the Burgundy also runs similarly, and I wouldn't hesitate to ask if they'd make wider wires.
If you're FoB, shallow on top, I would absolutely order reduced cups. For FoT and even people, I wouldn't worry as much about the top part. As I mentioned, this and my Basics both ended up going about an inch up as the cup goes taller. This would be 7" in the center. My Basics are/were verrry similar.
Anyway, I feel I'm digressing because I'm too obsessed over how much I love Comexim.
This bra is beautiful, has a somewhat sophisticated look, practical, and gives great lift, shape, and support. Definitely a favorite. Read more 927 more words
This 75H - Comexim » Geisha Plunge Bra (202) is so adorable, I'm willing to overlook the 2 cm gap between the gore and my sternum. Everything else feels amazing as far as the band and how my breasts are lovingly snuggled in the cups. I just think maybe a different style would be more appropriate.
This is a great bra and could probably satisfy you straight off the rack if you have a 27" underbust. I'm gonna need an extender, personally, since it stretches to 27.5" and my underbust is 28.5". But ANYWAY! Beautiful, honestly. The cups are right. The gore is unaltered and actually does not bother my sternum. The projection/depth is perfect. I would definitely recommend this to those of us who are between a 26" and 28" and need a good amount of immediate projection as well as space for upper fullness. I'm between even/FOT and this is really, REALLY good, though the band is quite tight right now!
The perfect bra. Forward projection, upward, rounded shape. Padding is minimal, three part cup is very supportive. Creates tasteful cleavage. Lace lies flat, but is still visible under thin knit shirts. Deep cups allow for my underarm breast tissue to be scooted forward for no spillage out the sides. Firm but comfortable band. Straps are decorated and firm, no stretch here. I typically have fit issues with padded/molded cup bras, as my breasts are bottom-heavy and tend to not fill out the top of the cups, creating a visible lip. I don't have this issue at ALL with this bra- the plunge fit is cut low enough that the cup lays flat against my breast.
This Comexim came from Wellfitting. The gore is not overlapped at all. The band stretches only minimally because the lower elastic is the thick, strong type. I must wear an extender with this bra. The cups are noticeably more narrow than my 60H plunges.
This bra is really pretty and the lace is thin enough that it shouldn't show through most shirts. The band on this is quite tight, even with an extender it's still a bit small and I need a bit of a second extender.
Unfortunately, Geisha in 55HH is also too shallow for me at the bottom of the cup. It pushes out of my IMF and just feels a bit crushing. It is an absolutely lovely bra though, and I'd love to eventually own it in a fitting version! I'm not sure where I'd go from here in sizing really though. The materials, craftsmanship, and details of this bra are spectacular. I love the 2x4 fastener and the moved in straps. It's definitely lovely to not have cups in my armpits.