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Bras » Comexim » Ingrid Plunge Bra (289) » 60F 28:6

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Fits ribcage69.4
B. perimeter20.9
Stretched Band72.5
Band Length56.0
Cup width11.8
Cup depth18.9
Wire length20.1
Cup height12.9
Cup separation1.9
Gore height6.0
Wing height8.8
Strap width1.6

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      Very useful review, especially being able to compare the regular cut with reduced cups. I've just ordered my first Comexim plunge, asking only for cookie pockets to be added, as I wasn't sure which, if any, other alterations I might need. I seem to be a similar size and shape to you, so it's very handy to know that reduced cups are unlikely to be a good match to my shape either. Thanks for sharing this!

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      alexad You're welcome!
      And yes, I think my biggest issue with the altered cups are that my fullness is all in the centers because I'm conical/tuberous.
      I think ayone who has lots of fullness all around might be alright with that alteration, but otherwise it takes the center depth near the gore/coverage there away.

      Good luck with your order! I hope it works out well for you :D

    • *is xD

    • I know it's been a while, so I hope you won't mind a further comment on this, and perhaps helping to clear up a bit of a mystery for me?! I have trouble figuring out where I have any fullness, as I don't seem to have any at the top, or bottom, and I assumed that centre full meant a lot of cleavage, which I also don't have (although I'm close-set). What I do have is a rather conical shape, so all my volume is in the middle of my boobs, but I have little overall fullness - could that be described as centre fullness, or am I misunderstanding?

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      alexad I don't mind at all! =D
      I honestly think the term is used by people to mean both. I may be mis-using it, but I describe myself as very center full and your shape sounds very similar to mine.

      I'm a bit more tuberous, so my shape is pretty much as narrow and projected as you can get, but I call that center full a lot because I don't have your typical FoB or FoT shapes. I basically have almost no bottom tissue and very little upper tissue.

      When others say center full however, I usually think they are talking about how much tissue they have towards where their bra gore would be. =)

    • alexad Actually, now that I think of it I probably use the term interchangeably hahaha

    • I wish you could edit on these because I keep hitting the "add comment" before I'm done. Dx lol

      Anyway, I think instead of saying center-full for how much your boobs stick out, "projected" is probably more accurate. =)

    • Thanks for your reply! I felt a bit bad for bothering you with something so trivial once I realised you were dealing with some health concerns at the moment (hope things are improving now?).

      But anyway, I think we may indeed be quite similar in shape. I'm pretty much all central projection (which, because I'm so pointy, also equates to immediate projection), and I have wondered whether I might have mildly tuberous breasts, although I've never sought a medical opinion on that.

      I also don't know whether I'm becoming more narrow, or just beginning to recognise how narrow I really am - the wires of almost every bra I own in the correct volume seem to extend quite some way beyond my roots. So, I really think Polish is going to be where it's at for me.

      Thanks again!

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      alexad Aww it's really np at all! I think I'm ok, things haven't been as bad for about a week now. :)

      It's hard to tell when it comes to being just mildly tuberous. I couldn't tell for a long time if I was sagging or tuberous, and then I realized that my breasts don't really lie below my IMF at all, so definitely tubey!

      The wires are where I have my problems too, and it's actually causing a bit of indecisiveness about my size right now. 30E FoB/even bras work depth-wise, but 30D-DD wires are best. I have Comexims in 60F-65E-65F-60G right now and they all basically fit somehow.

      Anyway, but yeah, I'm sure Polish will work great for you! :)
      The next best that I've found fit-wise was Fauve Grace.

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      I'm glad things are getting better - the pain sounded awful!

      Yes, I'm self-supporting too, so I've never been sure about being tubular, as the definition often includes being pendulous, but I guess with a mild form that might not always the case.

      I generally use depth as the guideline for sizing, as I think that's the crucial element for me. I can wear wires that are a bit too wide without any issues, but not having the right depth (usually corresponding to 30E) is a deal-breaker for me, as I need this to get a pleasing shape.

      Thanks for the tip on the Fauve Grace - I'll see if I can track one down!

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  2. 1

    Used to fit

    I can't sing the praises of this bra enough! Whoever thought this gorgeous of a bra would actually fit *and* be comfortable *and* make me look good??

    I decided to take the risk of trying a narrow Polish bra because most of my bras felt like there was extra space on the sides by the wires. I couldn't tell my root width because it looked like it was angled or slanted, widening out higher up like the Nike swoop. As it turns out, these narrow Polish cups cause me no discomfort either at the sides or at the gore. I can't tell if that's because the construction is ... narrow enough that the wires are well clear of tissue, because I'm used to the harsh, hard wires of Cleo and these wires are normal by comparison, or because the band is surprisingly loose (measuring at 29"+ for a 60 band).

    Nonetheless, this is one of the most comfortable bras I've worn since leaving the bra matrix, and it plumps up my cleavage without any pads and doesn't flatten me out under a shirt like a lot of molded bras do. I've gotten tired of the front-and-center placement of Cleos that narrow me out completely from the front and hide my boobs unless I'm in profile, and this bra keeps me round all over and evenly distributed.

    I could use a hair more projection in this bra since my scoop and swoop settles down slightly, but for a molded bra I'm not complaining! I can't tell if this bra had a manufacturing anomaly with the band being Freya-stretchy, but I would go down to a 55 if I could.

    I love you, Ingrid.

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    Didn't fit

    The cups do run a bit small (somewhere between 1 and 2 cups smaller than their size chart suggests), and the band was a bit tighter than I was expecting, but... she's so beautiful. I have rather tall roots (although it's mostly shallow "stealth boob" that doesn't show up until I put on a bra), so, even though I sized up a cup size, a 60F was a bit too short in the cups, as well as being a little tight in the band. Okay, it was uncomfortably tight in the band; I have a 28.5" underbust and absolutely should have just gone with a 65 (a 70 ... would definitely be too big, though). I think a 65F would be perfect. The straps are fully adjustable, and I requested that they be moved in for my narrow shoulders. The wires seem narrower than average, but maybe it's just the fact that they're so close together in the center gore that makes them seem narrow? They're nearly touching, which is apparently pretty great for cleavage. The seams/lace detail/bows do show slightly under tight, thin shirts. I wouldn't say it's padded, but there's enough of a lining to hide the fact that I do, in fact, have nipples. As for shape, it's round without being unnatural-looking, with quite a bit of lift. To me, the cups seem neither shallow nor projected, but this is the first bra I have ever worn that I could even pretend fits, so I don't have much to compare it to. As far as longevity goes, I wore this bra several times a week until I outgrew it about a year after buying it, and the wires aren't doing anything weird or painful, it seems to have kept its shape well, and the band is still uncomfortably tight, although perhaps a little less so than when I first bought it. I still have to use the loosest hook.
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    Didn't fit

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    Didn't fit

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    Added on Mar 19, 2016