Well, this bra was definitely a surprise. After being almost happy with my Comexim Irish Coffee, I wanted to try one cup size bigger since the Irish Coffee doesn't sit quite flat against my sternum. Enter the Geisha. Hooo boy, the cups are like, huge! I had to check both the above-mentioned bras to be certain that it's really a 70N. It is. Second, the band is seriously much tighter than the Irish Coffee's band, and with that I mean it has no give whatsoever and feels too tight on me unless I've been living on lettuce for three weeks straight up. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" .../> So let's just say it's too tight for me. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_mrgreen.gif" alt=":D" /> But weirdly, it fits. My boobs feel at home in the cups and the center gore sits flat. Unless I move about a lot and play a contortionist, the band keeps the bra exactly at an optimal place on my rib cage, giving me a to-die-for silhouette under a shirt. (And a nice cleavage, too.) So I live in hope the band would stretch a tiny bit since I can't live without my weekly dose of Häagen-Dasz. Read more 94 more words
This bra has reduced cups, reduced gore, and straps moved in. It also has three hooks, though I didn't request that. The band feels perfect. I also got this in a three part half cup, which fits me better. Even with the alterations the cups come up a bit high under my arms near the front. The top corners are empty, but I quad out a bit on my larger breast. The gore is perfect and so comfy! The wires are almost perfect, even a bit wide on my smaller breast. If the rest of the bra fit nicely the wires wouldn't bother me a bit. Thankfully I do get an excellent in thee three part half cup version of this bra as it is stunning!
I am 100% sure this bra is tagged with the wrong size. I have this bra in an 80J and it fits fine. The 85 is MUCH tighter than the 80 and the cups, which should be roughly the same volume as the 80J, are smaller. If I had to guess, I'd say it is actually a 70J. Ish.
Because I do have this exact bra in a size that fits, I can vouch for the shape, comfort, quality, etc. It's surprisingly smooth under thin/tight clothing. It has 4 columns of 3 hooks. The straps are fully adjustable. The 3-part cups give excellent shape & support. It's pretty.
This is my second, stunningly beautiful Geisha; first Geisha was 70HH https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" /> https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" /> I will pursue a 65J which will eliminate the need for the extender I currently require with my 60J Arizona. This beautiful bra is definitely worth the effort!
This was my first Comexim order, as well as the first venture into the promised bra land of Poland. I really fell in love with the look of Geisha, and it is even more stunning in person. I love the positioning of the lace in this specific bra – there is a bouquet of flowers starting from the center gore. I was unsure of sizing and took the equivalent of my most common UK size, 28FF. Unfortunately, the cups are a bit small for me and cause quadboob at the top edge and near the center gore. Also, the band on this model runs very tight. While I can close it, it feels quite restricting after some time, even for my 26" underbust. I ended up reordering this in band and cup size bigger, 65H - Comexim » Geisha (202) also with reduced center gore, and it fits much better.
Beautiful!!! This is a delightfully firm band. And, it wears 4 sets of fasteners which further extends its wearability. Unless you have an extender, it is best suited for a 28" underbust. Despite the larger size, my breasts still hover 1/2" above the wire due to my need for maximum projection at the wire. Geisha plunge has maximum projection mid-cup. Predictably, my short roots did not fill the top of the cup. Comexin two-seam half cups are a better bet for me and my need for immediate projection.
I think this bra was made with alterations, reduced cups, most likely. Given that this one is a cup size larger than I currently need, I guess the reduced cups mask the bra being too big. There is not much gaping, I just feel it kinda being too comfy. I am keeping it, as it is likely that I'll get bigger. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> A lovely pattern, band not stretchy, I need to get an extender for now. My tightest Comexim.
I don't know what I was thinking when I was buying this bra. How 70F can fit into 75C?https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";)" />. Well it looks okay until I put my brests properly in it. Shame, as its so pretty (even bought for my mom the same as she loves it but was too small as well..). Would definitely buy it in my size !
This is my first Comexim bra. The first thing I noticed is how tight the band is. My underbust measures tightly 70 cm (loosely 73) and it fits just barely and is the tightest bra I have. The cups fit well in 70HH. For comparison I wear Ewa Michalak in size 70FF. This bra has taller cups than my EM S-style bras.
Purchased in April 2014 along with the same size in Mint Sorbet and Luna. The Geisha is probably the prettiest of the 3 and my favourite... yet I never got to wear it. I was around a 32J at the time and the Mint Sorbet and Luna fit really well, but the Geisha was quite tight in the band so I didn't reach for it. I had planned on getting an extender while it loosened up.
It is a beautiful bra and I would love it if it were the right size. I've reviewed the other Comexims but I will describe the cut here as ...well. This cut is great for full on top breasts, especially for those needing a narrow gore and narrow wires. The shape is very round and uplifted, no droopy boobs here. The band seems to be angled downwards a little (as opposed to riding up) - I think this gives the bra even more support and is a great feature.
Having said all that, I am now a 30 band, and while the Geisha band is fine, the cups are just way too big so it is unwearable. Read more 87 more words