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Bras » Comexim » Geisha Plunge Bra (202) » 80E 36:5

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Fits ribcage86.4
B. perimeter24.1
Stretched Band83.5
Band Length62.1
Cup width13.2
Cup depth21.0
Wire length23.9
Cup height16.5
Cup separation1.7
Gore height7.3
Wing height10.1
Strap width1.9
Hooks2

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    Used to fit

    I got this bra as part of a three bra package from martka00, along with the @Comexim Audrey and Magic Blue in the same size. This was actually *the* bra that prompted that purchase, having been on my wishlist (along with the Carmen-- anyone got a Carmen in 75/80E they wanna sell?) ever since... well, not *quite* the beginning of my bra fit journey, but darn close-- I actually was exchanging emails with Anna about custom ordering a Carmen when I still wore 32HH.

    The other two Comexim bras in this order had the narrowest wires of any company I've tried, so the Geisha ... having such a wide wire measurement really surprised me (and, apparently, the moderation team, as I recently received a request to verify the measurement-- but I can't squish it down below 5.5" without potentially damaging the wire; these are some heavy duty underwires). Once it's on, by some bra magic, they fit perfectly into my IMF. The depth measurement made me worry that it might not fit, but it essentially pushes my breasts in and up juuuust enough that I actually look like I have upper fullness from certain angles. (Spoiler alert if you haven't read my bio or any of my recent reviews: I very much *don't* have upper fullness, despite what the lean test tries to tell me.)

    Like the Audrey and the Magic Blue, the straps are plain black with what I've come to think of as 'resistance stitching', and are the right cross between stretchy enough to give a little and sturdy enough to support the level of projection the cup provides. They are 0.75" wide in an 80E. Adjusting them takes some work, and once they are adjusted they do *not* move. The cups are shorter than the Audrey and the same height as the Magic Blue, and the projection and depth is less than both bras. I was actually quite worried that it wouldn't fit based on the measurements, but it fits quite well as previously mentioned.

    The band has the same coppery flower lace print used for the cups (obvious) over a gray/silver mesh that feels very nice against the skin.

    All in all, this is a beautiful and remarkably comfortable bra, which is finally receiving the same love as the other two as my size has (once again) changed slightly as I continue to lose weight.

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    Hasn't set fit

    Didn't write a review

    This bra is not owned any more

    Added on Nov 15, 2015