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Bras » Comexim » Geisha Plunge Bra (202) » 55HH 26:9

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Fits ribcage63.6
B. perimeter22.1
Stretched Band64.9
Band Length52.6
Cup width12.4
Cup depth21.0
Wire length21.3
Cup height13.9
Cup separation1.6
Gore height6.4
Wing height9.1
Strap width1.5
Hooks2

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  1. 2
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    Didn't fit

    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.

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    Fits

    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.

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    Updated on Nov 07, 2015 Flag this


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      Beautiful!! I experienced the same lack of projection in a 70HH. I'm hoping I can shimmy into a 65HH. So far, the only Comexin I've tried that fully accomodates me at the wire is a 60J Arizona, but the cups are TALL.

    • I hope 65HH works for you! I've found really that at the moment Comexim plunges just don't work for me because of their lack of immediate projection. They certainly are beautiful though!

    • It (65HH Geisha) is way too shallow, also. I have a theory: scaling changes dramatically at "j" because I couldnt fit in a 70HH, 65HH, or 60HH. But, the 60J is just projected enough for me to sit at the wire. Sooo, I hope to test my "j" theory soon. The 65HH two-seam half cup is also significantly too shallow; "J" next. You may need a "J" ;-)

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    Hasn't set fit

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    Added on Sep 28, 2014



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    Didn't fit

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    This bra is not owned any more

    Added on Dec 03, 2015