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.
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