This model fits a bit larger than my Basic in the same size (75H), though I know that Basic runs tight. I didn't know, however, that Nadin runs a bit large. I probably should have sized down, but out of curiosity ordered the same size since the only Comexim bra I had at that point was the Basic.
Backstory: When I first tried Comexim I was still breastfeeding my last child. I thought that I had normalized, however, and did not think that I would continue to shrink in size. Lesson learned: I did. When I first ordered the Basic I was about a 32G UK sizing. My best ... fit had been Panache Jasmine. My bra arrived six weeks thereafter and actually fit quite well. I couldn't quite fill the tops (which I will get to later) but it did not detract from its appearance and was my best fit at that point. After a few months, I reduced in size down to about a 30FF/32F. Basic was still passable, but I needed new bra's! Enter Nadin.
Fit: knowing that Basic rantai tight I wasn't sure what size to order next. I went ahead and ordered 32h again in this model as well as the Arizona. I had the straps moved inward two centimeters thinking that perhaps it would help with the top of the cup which I couldn't fill properly. After a month the two bras arrived and I realized my mistake. Both were larger. I definitely should have gone down in band or cup. Arizona was way too big, and while Nadine was slightly too big and stretchy in the band it was passible. I could get the band to the last set of hooks, but oddly enough it doesn't ride up, so I have been wearing it until my next comexim order arrives. It also gapes at the top (not too visible under clothing), so I will be trying a three-part half cup next. I still love the plunges but I think I just have too short of roots to truly fill them out all the way. I could probably do with a 75G in Basic, but a 70G in Nadin (if that helps others guessing about fit).
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