This bra was given to me by amandafire which was a project of hers to see if she could reduce the cup height herself. So as you can see, one side is regular, and the other has been reduced. I am so happy she let me try this bra, and I'm so elated to see that it fits! For the most part. Obviously, the reduced side is a bit too open for me, even with a cookie inserted. I think there is more gaping on the reduced side because when the strap was sewn back on, it's closer to my ...armpit/arm than the regular side, so I push the cup forward a tiny bit. My apex also is about an inch below the cup apex (yay full-on-top-ness). Also, these cups are a tiiiiiny bit too big for me, but I know that if I went down a size, it would definitely be too small. There is slight wrinkling in the bottom of the cups, close to the center gore, but that is simply because my roots are weirdly shaped and the wires are more U shaped than my roots are. I fill the rest of the lower half of the cup fine, there's just a tiny bit of empty space right over my apex, but then the top of the cup sits flush against my skin. So I believe I can get away with it with cookies inserted if I were to buy more Comexim bras.
I also tried this bra on with large, firm push-up inserts, to see if that could reduce the gaping, but due to the fabric softness and flexibility, it just pushed the cups out rather than push my breasts up to fill the top edge of the cup. My breasts are splayed, which means I need a lot of side support to push all the tissue out of my armpits and pointing forward, and I find that even though this bra fits the root of my tissue really well, I still somehow settle into my armpits after several hours, and need to re-scoop and swoop (only once or twice a day, though, not like every 5 minutes ) So I wish the cups were a tad more structured and stiff, BUT even with the softness issue, I STILL get more forward projection than any of the other bras I've had! Everything else I have just kind of sits around my breasts, or flattens them a bit now, rather than push them forward. And to top it all off, this bra is comfy. No painful band, no painful gore, no painful straps; it's really comfy. I guess the flexibility is good because it moves with me as I move, but just a biiiit more stiffness along the sides would be ideal.
I noticed that almost all 60 bands in Comexim say they reach a max stretch of less than 28 inches, but I found this one to stretch to my comfortable max of 29.5 inches. Maybe it's because it's a used bra, maybe I am just more aggressive at stretching? Either way, while I know this bra fits in this size, I might still want to try a 65H in another model just to be sure I don't end up with a band too big or too small.
One odd thing about this bra was that the left wire was 5.5 inches wide, and the right wire was only 5 inches wide. (This is why I averaged them at 5.25 inches when I input the measurements.) The right wire fit my right breast perfectly (it's a bit more narrow than my left), and the left wire was a bit too wide. I think in a perfect world, I would need a 5 inch wide wire for my right breast and 5.25 inch wide wire for my left. (Another reason why I don't want to size down, because then the wires would probably be too narrow.)
The next step for this bra would be to move the straps in. When I manually folded the cup so that the strap would sit closer to my sternum, the gaping went away. I'll probably keep it lopsided for now and use it as an "experimentation" bra.
I am just SO EXCITED I finally got to try this brand!! My breasts have betrayed me and when from wide and shallow to more narrow and projected (yay re-migrated tissue?), so almost all UK bras just don't cut it any more! No more Tutti Rouge, no more Cleo, no more Freya; no more favorites! It's sad, but hopefully Comexim will come to my rescue! Read more 689 more words
This is a moulded-cup bra that fits like a soft-cup bra. The cup is made up of three parts, similar to soft-cup bras. It also is made of a thick cloth, not the foam that is found in other moulded-cup styles. If I had to describe it, I'd say that it's more of a soft-cup bra with really, really thick cups instead of moulded, even though it holds its shape when I take it off.
This is my first Polish bra, and I'm impressed. I wear a 32GG in British bras, and this 75HH fit really well. The cups may be a tiny, tiny ...bit too big, but I'm afraid that a 75H would fit too small. It's a gorgeous bra, with tiny bows and lace trim, and it's prettier than any other nude bra I currently own. The band is nice and snug, and it's not too tight. It stretches to 31 inches exactly, and my snug undercuts is 31.25, so it's not uncomfortable. The underwires and cups hold all of my tissue after scoop/swoop, which is something I can't say about any other bra I own.
I'm very pleased with Comexim and I look forward to trying more of their bras. Read more 102 more words
This is a lovely bra (a bit more of a dramatic plunge than some of the Comexim I've tried). The beige on it is warmer and a bit darker than on the basic. The cups are just a tad too tall for me and I'm confident that with a cup reduction 55J would fit. I think most women in this size are going to want the cup reduction. The band on this is actually fairly stretchy. I was surprised that it stretches to around 27 inches, so don't plan on it running small. I like the fact that this is an updated basic and if it had fit me I would have kept it.
when I saw this bra. I thought like wait.... It seems bit small... (I mean the cup) because It looks like a smoothie size. so I was worried.... then after few days of trying. oh yes! Welcom Comexim you're my next Favorite brand!
Brand new: Pretty & practical, but cup runs smaller than Snow by a full size. It also seems to emphasize the difference in size between my breasts in a way that the Snow didn't. The color is a good nude if you're pale, but I am concerned about the longevity of the lace overlay; I am afraid it will snag on my jewelry & such more than other fabrics. 3-part, lined cup, fully-adjustable straps, 3 hooks, reasonable price (ordered direct).
Comexim Jasmine 2 size 55J which equates UK 26GG and EM PL 55H. The following 3 photos feature my brand new custom made bra in a 55 band featuring reduced cups. This is unquestionably the most beautifully constructed bra with the finest attention to detail. This exquisite style is comprised of a lightly padded plunge cut in the lower cup style. The wires are the narrowest that I have ever encountered whilst the cups are deep and feel completely weightless regardless of the light padding. The fine workmanship surpasses all that I have previously encountered.
I should clarify that Comexim do not currently have size labels available for ...this custom size. Therefore Anna, the company owner, always uses a 55 size tag printed for another order and carefully hand prints the "J" size on the tag. I can confirm that all of my orders in size 55J are consistently presented in this manner. I am enormously pleased to find a company whom is willing to provide 55 bands upon request!
The cup width measures 13cm from tip to tip of the underwire. The cup depth measures 23cm inside of the cup, from each end of the underwire across the deepest line of the cup. I have measured the band as follows. Unstretched in a resting position from clasp to clasp measures exactly 48cm. Fully stretched to the maximum length from clasp to clasp measures exactly 66cm. It would be ideal for you to compare these measurements against one of your newer best fitting bras, as this will be the best method in determining if this will be a good fit for you. Read more 165 more words