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Bras » Comexim » Ingrid Plunge Bra (289) » 65H 30:8

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Fits ribcage72.4
B. perimeter25.8
Stretched Band76.5
Band Length58.3
Cup width13.1
Cup depth21.9
Wire length22.7
Cup height15.9
Cup separation1.5
Gore height6.6
Wing height10.2
Strap width1.5
Hooks2

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    Didn't fit

    The first bra that ever drew me to Comexim was the Green Velvet, which is (sadly) no longer available. The second bra that drew me in that same way was the Ingrid. Something about me fell hard for the yellowed beige background and how it interacted with the soft, faded colors of the roses. I knew I had to have it, so I bought it--tragically, in a size too small.

    Visually, this bra is absolutely stunning. It looks just like the pictures on Comexim's website. I could not be happier with the pattern.

    Interestingly, the Ingrid has the same sort of lace border at the top of the cups that ... the Basic has, and the Basic is notorious for cutting in more quickly than other Comexim plunges. The Ingrid, however, does not cut in nearly so quickly as the Basic, or even the Georgia for that matter. It seems to fit true to what Comexim's plunges are supposed to. I think that it has more to do with the way the three-part-cup is constructed than the lace at the top.

    The cups are gently firm and hold my breasts in place, even though I'm quadding a little, especially on my larger breast, due to the size issue. They lift my breasts very nicely. The cups are delightfully narrow and the gore equally so. The straps don't dare go near my armpits, laying comfortably right where I need them. This is an incredibly comfy bra to wear (minus the size-related quadboob).

    There's a slight fabric ripple at the gore which I thought at first was part of the design, but when I received my new Ingrid in 65HH I realized that it wasn't there. It doesn't take anything away from the aesthetic for me, though.

    Of the bras I've tried the Ingrid seems to be the most secure (tall) in terms of wing height, so if that's something you need, the Ingrid's a good choice. It's not tall enough to stab (or close enough to armpits) so I didn't even notice it until I measured my two Ingrids.

    Absolutely gorgeous bra, super comfy, wish I had a million (in the right size). Five stars.

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    I was measured using r/abrathatfits calculator as a 30F and so for Comexim (knowing they tend to run small) I chose to go with a 30FF (65H). Ingrid fits nearly perfectly, I would say every so slightly wider wires would suit me better-but it's not uncomfortable as is. It's my best fitting bra i've ever owned! The overlapping gores is something i'd never see, i'd resigned myself to a life of squishing the interior of my close-set breasts. I gave this a "Good" instead of excellent for quality just because the feeling of the bra isnt as luxurious as I imagined-the inside of the bra isn't quite soft per say, but it's not uncomfortable by any means!

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    This is my holy grail of bras. About a month ago, I got my hands on a 60HH comexim plunge in another colourway. The band fit a bit too tight at first, but has since stretched out enough to be comfortable. Since I've had my eye on the Ingrid for, oh, about a year, I decided to buy it directly from the comexim website in 65H and let me tell you, I am not disappointed! This bra works very well with my projected, narrow-root shape, the pattern and colours are absolutely gorgeous, and it's a bit more snug than my other 30 bands (which is what I need). ... For once, the straps never fall off (which is a problem with my Freya bras for me), and neither does the underwire dig into my armpit (a problem with Panache/Cleo). Also, my boobs have never looked this good. It's the best lift I've ever gotten--my breasts are self-supporting so very often the bra simply holds them in place but does not lift. Comexim bras, however, do actually lift! I'm in love with the shape this bra gives me.
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    Didn't fit

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    Added on Apr 09, 2016