My shape: semi-conical, splayed, narrow width, tall shallow roots. My breasts don't conform to bra shapes very well and are quite short.
I love the brown and cream colour on this bra, though if it is called Irish cream, shouldn't the bows have been mint instead of pink? Mine has a small gold disk on the center gore instead of a sun like some of the other photos.
This bra has one of the snuggest bands I own, measuring at 28". The cup height on this plunge (8 3/8") and the angle of the cups make it feel not so plungey. More like a plungeconet. I feel very secure in ...this bra. Measurement wise, it is very similar to the 60N - Comexim » Patricia Plunge Bra (427) , however it feels completely different because of the cup height. The straps are wider set and chafe more. This bra definitely encourages me to stand and sit up straight to eliminate chafing. The cups feel warm and hold onto body heat more. Still, this is a lovely bra and other nice introduction into Comexim plunges. Read more 77 more words
This is a marked improvement over the 65F I tried previously. No quadding, I'm not squashed, and it's *so* comfortable. Very soft and the wires are perfect. Put it on and forget about it.
The band is snug at a 65, it's not overly stretchy, but the material is soft and it doesn't dig in. The straps hold the adjusters well and don't dig into my shoulders. They're set at a good width for my broad shoulders and don't dig into my armpits. The wires follow my fold pretty perfectly. My gore doesn't tack. I don't know why. It's a good .5cm from my chest. When I push it in, I don't ...quad anywhere. The band isn't too tight, and it's not shallow. Measurements are in my ideal range and if anything this is deeper than my other Comexims that do tack. What the algebra?!
I'm done though, I'm not ordering a 65H, it wouldn't fit. I know that because I tried a 70G and I swam in those cups. It's a mystery.
The bra is beautiful. The only thing I don't like about it is the blingy charm in the middle, but I can fix that with some pliers.
Undies are a Medium for my 38" wide hip/31" hip bone. Read more 96 more words
I just got my first Comexim and the fit is almost perfect. I've been eyeing this model for a long time and am lucky to be able to get this model as it was gone again one month after I got it. I got it on reduced cup height, reduced gore and moved in strap, with added pocket for removable cookies. The bra is so lovely I think it's the prettiest bra in my collections.
Band: It is slightly stretchy on my 24" ribcage that I have to hook on 2nd column straight away.
Underwire: Fits perfectly in my IMF and stay put the whole day. I like how soft the ...underwire is (it's soft but not flexible enough to bend backward while stretching the band) and I can wear it for the whole day without feeling the underwire!! Even EM's underwire is hard and feel painful on my super boney ribcage after few hours of wear.
Strap: Unlike EM bra that always cut me in my armpit, the moved in strap is just perfect for my narrow frame.
Gore: Although I asked for reduced gore, it's still a bit high for my liking. I would prefer it to be about half an inch lower, but it doesn't hurt me anyway so it's not a big deal.
Cup fitting: The reduced cup height is perfect for my high set boobs, and it's even good for low neckline clothing. The lace color make the bra tends to be a nude bra for my skin color and it does not show through tight fitting clothes. The cup is a bit close on the top edge, thus cuts in on my bigger side. Bottom of the cup is not quite enough for my bottom projection, I'm not sure whether it's designed this way to uplift the breast. Yes, it's very uplifting and give me the best cleavage I ever got in a light padded bra. The material is made of cotton it's so soft and comfortable to wear.
Overall, besides a little misperfection of the cup fits, it is the most comfortable bra in my collections at the moment. I'm going to get more of Comexim soon! Read more 248 more words
I received this in a swap from the lovely kerniss and I loooooove this bra. It has reduced cups, a lowered gore, a 3x3 band fastener, and the straps moved in - 2cm I think.
Aesthetically this is a gorgeous, classy bra. I find the choice of black lining in the cups a little odd, since the rest of the bra is chocolate brown and ivory, but oh well. Nobody sees the inside of the cups except me.
This bra very-nearly-*perfectly* fits my bigger side. Righty is my problem child and there is a bit of empty space at the top of the cup. ... The band is nice and tight, it's actually about 0.25" too tight for comfort so I added one column of hooks from an extender until it breaks in. I'd rather my bands be too tight than too loose, so that's not a problem for me.
Overall, I'm hooked on Comexim. I can't imagine trying any other padded bra anymore. And this bra has answered a few more of my size and alteration questions. I heard Irish Coffee runs a bit small and closed off on top. Considering the vast difference in fit between this and the 60K Juliette I previously tried, I'd hazard a guess that's probably accurate, and that the Juliette runs big. I am leaning towards 60J being my size in Comexims that are a little more open on top - like that too-small Poison Ivy I tried, I think it'd be okay in a 60J. I'm still on the fence about needing reduced cups as a rule going forward, but this bra would be too big without them. I definitely love the straps being moved in and the 3-hook fastener. Don't love the lowered gore, I need my "plunges" more like balconettes and a slightly higher gore would help with my inner fullness.
I do notice this bra has a very high apex and a very round shape to the cups, and I am not quite so round naturally. I lack the upper fullness that I think this bra is really asking for. But the empty space in the cups is not nearly enough to warrant sizing down in this particular style. Like I mentioned before, if Irish Coffee runs small/more closed off, then I think 60J will be my target in more open styles. Read more 299 more words
I loved this bra from afar for a really long time and was super happy to get my hands on one. It's so pretty! Sadly, I got the size totally wrong as it was the first plunge that I ordered directly from Comexim. It's just as stunning in person, but the cup is way too tall/big for me. There's a full review on my blog https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
Fits like the most perfect 30D in the world. Makes my breasts look AMAZING; closest to cleavage I ever get, and there's no pushup padding -- it's just shaped that well. Very comfortable, and then of course the design is so beautiful; the colors are even prettier together in person.
It fits!! I love this bra so much. I know some people don't love the color choices but I'm a pinkaholic.
I just love how deep the cups are with such a small width. The band measured about 27.5 stretched, so this was pretty snug (27 underbust, 41 bust at time of review). It was the most snug of the three Comexim bras I ordered.
Edit to add: I completely forgot I customized this bra by lowering the gore, cup height, and having three hooks (I think the hooks might be standard though).
I got this used so the band is a little stretched out and it is not quite as supportive as a new bra. I will try a Rixie Clip, as it's too loose, even on the tightest hooks. The fit is OK, except for some quad boob on my left side. It's quite comfy and very pretty. Comexim 3HCs fit me a little better than the plunges. I have very soft breasts with narrow roots. They are centre-full, full on bottom with lots of immediate projection.