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Bras » Comexim » Ingrid Plunge Bra (289) » 75K 34:11

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Fits ribcage79.3
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band83.9
Band Length66.2
Cup width15.9
Cup depth28.3
Wire length27.4
Cup height20.7
Cup separation1.7
Gore height8.4
Wing height11.5
Strap width1.9
Hooks3

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    Didn't fit

    I have narrowish, pendulous, low-set, soft breasts. I'm 19 weeks pregnant and getting some more upper fullness and overall growth. This Ingrid about 1-2 cup sizes too big right now. My boobs grew about .5-1 cup size last month, so sometime during my pregnancy or breastfeeding journey I bet this will fit! I'll probably need an extender soon.

    I've only tried this bra on so far. I normally love Comexim plunges and 3HCs, and my normal boobs are a 75F. I don't notice the gapping under clothes and will happily wear this for now.

    The color is pretty and the quality is great! Thick supportive band, quality materials. It's difficult to figure out how projected and supportive it is since the cups are too large now. It's also a little wide now, but I've been getting more tissue under my pits so this is

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    Didn't fit

    This bra is drop dead gorgeous, it's one of my all time favorite fabrics from Comexim. I love the rust and olive colors together. I'm so glad it's still available after all these years.

    Fits pretty similarly to most of my other Comexim plunges, nothing odd to note.

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on Feb 06, 2018 Flag this

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    Didn't fit

    Part of my first order from Comexim along with 75K - Comexim » Mint Biustonosz (331) and 70J - Comexim » Yoko .

    So, this one didn't fit either, but it's closer to the right size than the 70J. The bra is well made, the straps are a firm elastic and fully adjustable, the wing material feels substantial and the cups are nice and soft on the inside.

    The fit seemed the most "off" around the centre front. I couldn't find a way of positioning the gore to stop the cups overlapping in an uneven-looking looking way. I felt like I was falling into the centre ... (and downwards) so I ended up with gaps at the top of the cups just either side of the gore. I don't know if this means the gore is the wrong height for me or what, it's not a fit problem I've had before. The cups seem quite long and narrow in general.
    For some reason I have found the Comexim bras to be the least forgiving of difference in size of any brand I've tried- I felt very noticeably uneven in this and the Mint especially.

    One other thing I noticed was the vertical seams along the front of the cup- they seemed to angle in slightly a couple of inches up from the wire and again where the horizontal seam joined the vertical seam, creating a flat section along the front which jutted out a bit under clothes. It may well have softened up and become less noticeable with washing though.




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    Used to fit

    Not a review, but I wanted to mention this bra was ordered with the requests of (1) reduced cup height, (2) higher gore, and (3) 3x3 hooks.
    This bra's measurements have been altered
    Reduced cup height, higher gore, 3x3 hooks

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