It is much too large in the cups for me. The cups gape wide open on top. The straps are too widely set so my arms touch them and make the top of the cups tilt even more open. For reference, I'm 12” between the ends of my armpits and 14.5” from end to end of my shoulders measured on the front and under my neck. The band is very firm.
I got this bra as part of a three bra package from martka00, along with the 80E - Comexim » Geisha (202) and 80E - Comexim » Audrey (190). Like the Audrey, this bra is *so* comfortable, I don't want to take it off and have actually forgotten to do so before falling asleep! Shame on me, because this is *definitely* leading to some band stretch that I really would prefer to avoid.
Comexim has the narrowest wires of any company I've tried in this size range so far, with the wires on the Magic Blue sitting directly at the end of ...my root at the top outer edge of the cup and in my IMF the rest of the way.
The cups themselves are a beautiful navy/light royal blue lace (rather than the darker color my photos show) over a black base, and the lace continues all the way around the band over a soft black mesh. The cups are the usual two part bottom, single part upper that seems to be the standard for Comexim in this size range. The lace does wrinkle a little bit no matter what I do or how I have the straps.
The straps are plain black with what I've come to think of as 'resistance stitching', and are the right cross between stretchy enough to give a little and sturdy enough to support the level of projection the cup provides. They are 0.75" wide in an 80E. Adjusting them takes some work, and once they are adjusted they do *not* move. The cups are shorter and narrower than the Geisha, and the measurements are surprisingly the same across both this bra and the Audrey-- 5.75" tall, 5.3" wide-- though I find the fit to be quite different across both bras. This is likely due in part to the difference in cut (plunge vs. balconette). Read more 209 more words
This fits similar to my other 60HH Comexim plunges. Band is true to size and the cups fit well, although they are a bit tall on my short breasts. No gaping though. I get a slightly better and more flattering fit with the 3HCs, and my latest 60J 3HC is perfect, so I think 3HCs fit a little smaller than the plunges. This is a beautiful bra and it's comfy too. I'm happy with it.
This set is absolutely gorgeous and absolutely too big for me. It's very soft and quite high quality. The fabric is the type that accommodates quite a bit of stretch but does not feel loose. It's a lovely set and I'm really bummed it doesn't fit me. It's been discontinued for some time, and my chances of finding my size is pretty much zero.
The color, and metallic-blue paisley pattern are lovely. The cups are a bit "foamier" than other bras I have, the cups make a squishy sound when you press on them. This isn't a big deal, just something different I noticed. Now onto the fit:
I am full-on-bottom and narrow. I normally wear a 32G (30GG in Freya/ 30G in deco). I found the band to be just right on my 30.5" ribcage. The gore is low, but not too low that my breasts spill out towards the center. It also lays flat against my sternum. I fill out the bottom of the cups nicely, but the cups are ...pretty tall and gap a bit near my armpits. This may be able to be corrected by a smaller cup, but it's something I can live with.
The shape under clothes is great! Very uplifed, not too round/not too pointy shape. The bra doesn't show under clothes either which is great!
All in all, I like this bra. It's pretty, comfortable and wearble under almost anything. I found the 70J to fit like a 32G/32GG.
This bra is supremely comfortable. The fabric is soft and the padding moulds perfectly to my shape. It is invisible under clothing and gives a lovely round shape. The wires are narrow and the projection is good. The band is firm and feels true to size.
This bra I think fits just about perfect, a 70L may be a better fit if the wires are a little wider. It does give a great projected look with awesome cleavage. I would say it is a little pointier than EM. It is a beautiful paisley print but I could do without the large black bow in the middle. They should have added something smaller in the center gore. It seems beautifully constructed. I am a Polish bra lover! I would say it is true to band size and if you speak to Anna from Comexim, she will help you find the right cup size. FYI, I found the thong to run a size small.
The royal blue bra with black pattern was one of my must-haves for this season, so I got it as soon as possible. And I'm almost as much in love as I thought I'd be. What should be noticed and reminded again and again - the band is just as tight as the last season Comexim plunges, so sizing down is definitely not a good idea. It works rather well though and stays in place just as it should. If you have established your Comexim size - go for it, there's no big difference. Only the cups seem less open than in the last season plunges, but this ...can be avoided if you order lower cut cups. Another downside are the straps - two pieces of black elastic, the same I hated so much in the Geisha. It seems worse this time though, as they might be somewhat shorter; it doesn't bother me but might be a problem for someone taller. I'm also not really a fan of the big bow placed on the center gore. It's too big to fit between bigger breasts and steals all the attention from the smaller ones (plus it can be visible under some clothes), so I don't really know what it's here for. Read more 102 more words