After I made the mistake of ordering the Ingrid and the Georgia in a 65H, I went to re-order the both of them and, since I was more confident that the 65HH would fit, looked for another bra to add to my cart. I found the Ginger and was very intrigued. The picture made it look like it had a slightly lower gore than the other plunges (something I've been looking for) and the little old lady in me adores little lacy things. So I ordered it--and I'm so, so glad that I did.
The Ginger does indeed have a low gore: it's only 1.75 inches tall. I haven't ...encountered a gore that low in a long, long time, as it seems that most bras in my size range and with my level of projection have high gores in order to hold everything in. My breasts are decently firm and so I don't need as much to be held in in the middle, and in addition to that I've got close-set breasts and don't like it when gores poke at my breast tissue (my one complaint about my beloved Marcies).
So I'm already raving about the plunge construction (which looks great, by the way--I haven't had this much breast exposed in a long time, either), but the general construction of the bra is lovely, too. The cups are well-constructed and lift my breasts nicely. The inside of the cups is soft and lovely. I have sensitive skin that can't always handle lace on my bras, and the Ginger doesn't aggravate my skin at all. Like all my other Comexim bras, the cups are nicely narrow and the straps don't irritate my armpits.
The Ginger is the widest and shallowest of the Comexim bras that I have tried, but honestly, that's not saying much. The other bras have been very narrow and very nicely projected, and the Ginger is only a fraction of an inch wider and shallower. I think that it perhaps helps a tiny bit, even, with the cleavage-y cut. The other thing I've noticed is that all of the Comexim cups I've encountered thus far have been pliable but pretty sturdy, and the Ginger is a tad less stiff than the others. Still not flimsy, but a little different and something to keep in mind. That also comes into play with the cup construction--of all my Comexim bras, the Ginger is the most forgiving at the top edge of the cup, very good if you have any trouble with the tops of the cups coming in too quickly.
Gorgeous bra which makes me feel equally gorgeous. I highly recommend it. Read more 330 more words
Holy moly this bra is pretty. Beige bras never looked so good. That being said, I'm a sad kitty 'cause it doesn't fit
Band: could barely get it to stretch to 30". Needed 3 full additional hooks on an extender to get it on. Asked for the 2x3 hook closure to be replaced with a 3x3 so that's great, if only I could get it on. Cups: width measures a little big but that's because of the deep plunge so it feels fine on but the cups arent big enough. I've got a decent amount of quad. Possibly because this bra stopped at 75H and I requested a larger size so the grading might be off or it might just run small. Gore is super low
I'm very happy with this bra. I custom ordered this in 55HH with 3 hooks and slightly reduced cups (Anna said it can only be reduced somewhat). The fit is pretty much perfect. I am quadboobing slightly I think, but it doesn't really cut in and looks acceptable under shirts. I went with 55HH and reduced cups instead of normal 55H because I didn't want to risk the wires being to narrow like before when I tried 55H - Comexim » Scarlet Biustonosz (291) . But I think I could have gotten away without the reduction in cup height since my ...roots are tall and its slightly small. The band is a true 26 band and fits me perfectly. It is not too tight, nor too loose. It is very thick, so it really hides my back fat around the armpit area and the slightly wider wires help encompass that tissue. The wires are very very flexible, so they are not that supportive (so if you have heavy breasts then this bra would not suit you in this size)- but surprisingly they do not warp on me because the band is perfect. The gore on this bra is somehow taller than the same bras of this style with larger cups? I have looked at other measurements for this in bras available but they have lower gores than mine. I guess I'm a little disappointed I was hoping for something like 1.5 inches tall so I could get better cleavage, but a 2 inch gore does not hurt me since my breasts are large enough to accommodate this. This bra was super affordable and pretty much custom made, so I quite like it, but compared to Ewa Michalak, I would say the bra sort of flattens me in the profile. The cups are quite shallow and overall I look flat from the side compared to any of the EM cuts I've tried. Read more 232 more words
So, I was pretty sure I had ordered this as a three-part half-up, but received a plunge instead. I should have returned it to Comexim but didn't feel like dealing with the return shipping (so, it'll be listed on here shortly for anyone interested!). I didn't personally love the lace pattern, but thought the olive bow decorations were cute. As a full-on-bottom splayed lady, I knew the plunge was unlikely to be a good fit based on shape and this confirmed it for me, though the high quality is what I've come to expect from Comexim. I unfortunately can't comment on fit relative to other plunges or Comexim plunges as this is the only one I've tried since starting my ABTF journey.
After doing a few measurements, this bra actually has a 6 inch wide cup. GULP! It's also quite shallow, which explains the enormous quad. Like this is a very very bad quad. The bra itself is very pretty too, which makes me all the more sad. The wires are not "U" shaped but are..well, almost like a very very flat curve, if that makes sense. This bra is not uncomfortable in the wire arena, either (probably due to soft wires). Lowest gore of all Comexims yet. I suppose it basically runs a cup size small?
After waiting over two months for my Comexims, they finally arrived! (To my parents address, but that's another story). The band length is perfect! I'm using the first hook with no problems. It's not very stretchy at all; what you see is essentially what you get, which is a good thing in my book. I based my size off of multiple charts and bra bloggers that have similar measurements to me, and it was pretty spot on for just an educated guess. I probably could've done with a cup size up in the Ginger because while the cups don't *really* cut in at ...the top, if I take a deep breath or pull my shoulders way back, they do. I would say if you're in doubt, go a cup size up in this style. It doesn't really pose a problem though as I wore it all day at work the other day under a t-shirt and didn't notice any unsightly quadboob I do get a fair amount of orange in a glass, somewhat reminiscent of my Marks & Spencer bra that I no longer wear. I wore the Ginger for about 8 or 9 hours the first time I wore it, and did have red itchy marks under my boobs where the bottom of the wires sat. :'( I think I'll just have to be aware of that in the future and not wear it for so long. I also think that it has to be in part due to the plunge style, as the M&S bra that I referenced earlier gave me the same issue and was a plunge. The cup material also scratched where my arm joins my shoulder near my armpit a little bit when I was moving around; I'm hoping this will soften up with a few wears and maybe a wash or two. The fabric and foam is very very lightweight. I can't tell if it is intentional, or if it just cheap. There is a quiet sort of paper rustling sound sometimes which I find odd (when moving around, putting it on, etc.). Despite that, the colour is a perfect and oh-so-pretty nude for me! I'm basically as white as a sheet of paper and the colour is a great nude for me-- just something to keep in mind if you have any sort of colour to your skin, this probably won't work as a nude for you. (Not that that's what it's exclusively for; it's still super gorgeous). The wires aren't as narrow as I thought they might be, since I'd heard a lot of people saying Comexim's wires were about as narrow as you could get. They are still narrow and don't cover as much no-tissue area as other bras I have, but then again I have super narrow roots (0 tissue under my arms). It's not a problem, just an observation
PS I ordered this bra with 3 hooks & eyes and reduced cups. Read more 415 more words
Me - short and narrow rooted, projected everywhere, center full, soft tissue This bra - totally fits!
What a beauty! As everyone else who has purchased Ginger has found out, it is far more beautiful in person than in pictures. It's very delicate looking, and they've put the lace on in such a way that there's a really lovely border of whispy lace along the top edge.
The wires are the perfect width for me, and while it isn't as projected at the bottom as the 3HC cut, it's projected enough in this size that it stays mostly in my IMF. It does slide a tiny bit out ...sometime, but it doesn't effect the support or fit of the bra at all, so it doesn't bother me. The low gore tacks nicely, but not as firmly as Panache - and that's a good thing for me, as I find Panache wires to tack so hard they can be painful at times.
The only issues I had with this bra were minor: the band is tight for a 44, which I think is probably because the band is covered in lace, and my tissue is so soft and the gore so low that at first I was falling a bit out of the center. I don't mind the band - I'm finding I actually prefer them to be quite tight - and I can wear it with an extender if I need to. I narrowed the gore at the bottom to fix the other issue, and it seems to have tilted the cup enough that it actually holds my breasts in place quite well.
All in all, I'm glad I tried the extra low plunge, and now I know what alterations to request for next time. Read more 186 more words
This bra is gorgeous, but I'm not sure about it. Nothing about the fit seems horribly off, but it is a very east/west look. I think this could be caused by the cups being a bit too wide. If it wasn't for the east/west look I would probably keep it because while the wires are a bit wide, they aren't uncomfortable.
Was the perfect "nude" bra with projection when I was 116 lbs, now it's too small and gives me flatten east-west boobs. Sad, I find this bra so beautiful!! Band has stretched but was so tight at once point I needed an extender, so it's fine now. Wires have stretched, so empty space at the sides. Shallow at the bottom so a bit empty. Another bra that I thought I wrote a review for and took pictures for when I first got it, but I guess not!