I received this from another Bratabase user. I've been lusting over the Georgia for a while, but I haven't been able to dish out the $70 or whatever Wellfitting is asking. Initially, I didn't read measurements properly, because well, things I do. I considered that it may fit regardless since ot has reduced cups.
This bra has reduced cups, lowered gore, and 3×3 hook and eye closure.
Fabric isn't a shiny satin-y like I'd hoped, but it has a fairly silky feeling. The cup tops are edged with velvet, and a velvet bow is included in the center.
I actually really love the customizations on this, and would consider requesting the same in 65G. The ...70 band was something I was taking a swing at, and I do have to hook on the tightest hooks, and it rides up slightly. The left cup on my bigger boobs almost JUST fits, especially with tightened straps, whoch aren't painful like on my Joy 65H when I tighten them.
Only problem is, then the band rides up even more. I think it'd be ok in reality, since the band is much longer than usual. What concerns me most are the gaps in the sides of the cups. If that part was reduced also, this would fit. It will fit in 65G, I just have to hope that Wellfitting has them when I have more cash.
Comfort level is high. These cups feel a lot more plushy and soft than my other Comexims somehow. No thicker.
Not sure what else to say since it doesn't actually fit. If I keep it I'm going to attempt to alter the band. I think that might help. I also get lift regardless of it being too big, it's just that there's empty space up top..
Overall, not totally what I expected appearance -wise, but it is super pretty regardless.
I'll be adding measurements and new photos and listing this shortly. :, (
Unless....Ewa pads.o_o Ok, I might cheat. But probably going to list it.lol
Sidenote: wasn't sure whether or not to check "alterations" in the measurements section. I mean, it's customized, but not "altered", but still, I'd imagine measurements will be slightly differeny for the regular version. Read more 244 more words
If you’ve been following my bra adventures you’ve seen that I first bought it in a 65H, which was too small. Trying it again, in the 65HH, I’m pleased to say that some of the issues are fixed. The cup feels like a much better fit overall. I do still think that for whatever reason the cups are a touch closed, giving me a bit of quadboob in moments of heavy inhalation, but honestly? This bra is gorgeous and it fits me, and I want to keep it.
One other difference is that the 65H had two hooks per column and the 65HH has three. I don’t really think ...I need the three hooks, but for the ladies that do, it’s still a very comfy band—probably comfier, honestly, for being a little wider. I’ll take it. My favorite thing about this bra? It’s Comexim, so it shares the virtues of Comexim plunges: the cups are deliciously narrow, decently projected, and the straps—my God, the straps—do not dig into my armpits even a little bit. I’m in heaven.
Again, I adore the visuals of this bra. The blue remains gorgeously striking and the bra lifts my boobs admirably. I highly recommend unless you're seriously FOT. Read more 93 more words
New favorite bra! This one seems to be the unicorn / holy grail for me. 55/26 band, not a custom order, and it doesn't even gape too much on my smaller boob. (The material comes over the top at just the right spot so a little bit of unevenness won't show under a top)
The wires are the narrowest I've tried so far, and they're right up next to my breast tissue. Everything seems scaled just right for my petite frame. From looking at the stock photos, I expected the material to eat my chest, with tons of gaping (I tried on a Freya Deco clone once in a 28F -one cup size too big at the time- and the gaping was laughable.) This? Looks amazing. And the shape is just right too. Seriously impressed. I want more like this!
Finally, a Comexim that fits. I originally bought the Georgia in 28H. I figured starting with 28 bands was the safest place to start. The 28H is wearable but the gore doesn't tack and the fit of the cup is a little big on top and the straps a little wide. It also slides below my IMF. I thought I might need alterations to get Comexiums to fit or I should have gotten 28G. Last week Wellfitting had a clearance type sale and had the Georgia in a 26 band. Even though it wasn't refundable I decided to give it a try anyway. I'm so glad I did. The band is nice and snug, no need for an extender, the placement of the straps is perfect for my narrow shoulders, the gore tacks, no sliding down. Cup fit is almost perfect, I do fall slightly toward center but at this point I don't care. I'm jumping with joy.
The 70G Comexim Georgia I ordered through wellfitting.com was supposed to have the same customizations I had done to the 65H Jacqueline Bra, which I bought directly from Comexim a few months earlier:
Lowered gore Reduced cups 3x3 hooks and eyes Higher sides
If I had known about moving straps inward, I would've requested that customization, too.
The 70G Georgia's cups are deeper than those of my 65H Jacqueline. The cup height, gore height, wing height, and 3x3 hooks/eyes are the same. When I lay the Georgia on top of the Jacqueline, the wire width is the same. This is appropriate, since they are sister sizes--or are they?
The Georgia is deeper. The ...top of the cups gape slightly, and I don't get the front and centeredness of the Comexim Jacqueline or of my Ewa Michalak 3Ds, Pl Onyks, and strapless bras. My breasts naturally point straight ahead, have no space between them, and, after wearing properly fitting plunge bras for a year, have a fair amount of fullness near the center gore. When I wear a bra, I want to maximize fullness toward the center gore by pulling my ample side tissue forward.
It appears reports that Comexim doesn't do sister sizes the way Ewa Michalak or UK brands do is correct. I am having the same issue with my Comexim Arizona, which I ordered with the Georgia. The good news is if you're half a cup between cup sizes in one Comexim band size, getting a sister size that isn't really a sister size may solve that problem.
The fabric part the hooks are embedded in has sharp edges. This flaw is prevalent among Comexim and Ewa Michalak bras. The Comexim Georgia, Comexim Arizona, Comexim Jacqueline, and many of my Ewa Michalaks are sharp enough to make me bleed. I don't expect the same comfort of, say, a luxury brand like Prima Donna for these prices, but no bra should be sharp enough to cause its wearer to develop scabs from doing absolutely nothing physically active while wearing it. I'm going to replace the hook section of my Jacqueline Bra, which does fit fairly well, with a softer version.
I am disappointed the Comexim Georgia doesn't fit well because its printed lace fabric looks nice, not cheesy. Skipping actual lace in favor of printed avoids the bumpiness and friction of real lace. I like my bras to be a non-issue under clothes. This bra has seams on the exterior of the cups, but they don't show under my tops. I also have no bluish greenish bras. I need some. I might reorder this in a customized 65H. It takes so long to get bras from Poland, though. Read more 333 more words
I absolutely adore the soft but sturdy fabric and the lovely black and blue lace pattern. The straps are a nice width and the light padding feels very comfortable and is great for modesty. This was my first foray into the Polish bra world so I took a gamble on size and sadly this one was way too small! About 2-3 cup sizes too small for me personally. If I could find it in a larger cup size I'd love to own it as it really is a beautiful bra.
The band is firm -- I'd estimate it as about a loose 28/tight 30. I think for me I'd be happier in a 70 band from Comexim.
The cup volume appears right for me (30F), but the shape doesn't quite match mine: it's shallow at the base and gore, where I need immediate projection, which pushes my breasts up where they promptly encounter a too-closed top edge. I suspect I might need a 70G/H.
I fell in love with the colorway of this bra while browsing Wellfitting, but I ordered it from Comexim because it was honestly cheaper. I ordered a 65H which turned out to be too small, sadly.
The blue is absolutely eye-popping. One thing I love about this bra's appearance is that it is printed with a lace pattern (and I love lace patterns) but doesn't have any actual lace, so it won't make an odd texture under thin tops. At first I was worried that the velvety strip at the top would negate that no-texture-through-shirts thing but I don't think it's too obtrusive.
Of all the Comexim bras I've tried ...(excluding the Basic) the Georgia has the least forgiving cup edge. Maybe it's because of the velvet strip sewn in, but it cuts in more quickly than the other cups do.
The material is very comfortable and strong-feeling. It's the sort of thing you could wear around all day without any discomfort. The band is pleasantly firm without being too tight. The wires are nicely narrow and the straps don't dig into my armpits. Great bra, wish I'd bought it in a better size. Read more 83 more words
This is a beautiful bra. I love the teal color with the black lace pattern printed on it, so that it doesn't scratch or show through on knits. The band has a 3 hook column with 4 rows. Very comfortable, well made bra. This bra feels a little smaller in the cup than the T-Shirt basics that I got in the same size. Nicely projected bra that gives good cleavage, and is narrow. Looking forward to getting my exchange in a larger size.