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Bras » Comexim » Onyks Non-padded Half Cup Underwire Bra (CMONYKS) » 60L 28:12

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Fits ribcage69.9
B. perimeter27.6
Stretched Band72.3
Band Length55.0
Cup width14.1
Cup depth26.3
Wire length24.9
Cup height16.2
Cup separation1.1
Gore height7.6
Wing height11.8
Strap width2.0
Hooks3

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  1. 8
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    Fits

    I originally reviewed this in size 65J(30GG) http://bra.pe/X35Q/ but due to fit issues I exchanged for this 60L(28HH). I’m so glad I decided on going one band down and up a cup. It fits spot on and exactly what I was looking for in terms of fit and look. This bra is very comfortable, but it still has the squeak where the back hardware attaches to the straps. I’m hoping with some wear, that squeak will go away. For all the fabric details please see my original review, where I go into detail. I deducted a point for quality due to the squeak.
    For reference:
    I wear a 65J in padded plunge
    I wear a 65K in 3HC padded basic
    I wear a 60L in this 3HC non-padded Onyks

    Updated on Dec 21, 2020 Flag this


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      Thank you for the review and for detailing what size you wear in all those. Looks great on you!

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      Wilderness1 Thank you. I really wanted this one and really glad I got the size right. I love gray bras and I’m really into non-padded bras right now. It’s strange tho how I can wear so many sizes across one brand. But I guess I shouldn’t be too surprised since the same thing happens with regular clothes.

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      Looks gorgeous and wonderful on you!! I hate when my bras squeak, lol!! I just noticed my most recent black Comexim does that sometimes!!

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      It’s so pretty. I’m trying to figure out what if I need a 65HH or 65J in this. If it’s exactly like the Bridget, as they say it is, the 65HH should do. But if your 65J was too small, it could work, possibly.

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      braluv It makes me laugh actually. My husband was looking at me funny when I was trying it on and asked what that noise was. I told him my boobs needed some WD-40 hahaha. He laughed and walked away.

      Calluna The 65J was definitely too small in the cup for me because my boobs are so full on top. The bra just smooshed my boobs in together with the gore sitting on top of my cleavage. With the pushed in together, it also created quad boob. I think for me the 3HC cuts I’ll definitely be sizing up to the K cup in my usual 65 band. I just got a Comexim Tara non-padded longline in 65K, so I hope that fits when I get it.

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  2. 6
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    Didn't fit

    I tried this bra in 28H (60K) and really loved it but needed to go up a size so I tried this one, 28HH (60L). I should have gone up to a 28J (60M). I still have quadboob. I’m disappointed because I love this bra. It’s really comfortable! I was going to try the 28J but breakout bras didn’t have it in stock and Stephanie told me that they wouldn’t be stocking more of this bra. I’m kind of worried to size up more anyway because then I’m afraid I’ll run into issues with the wires being too tall/wide. I am considering ordering directly from Comexim and asking for added depth. Is it worth it? If I ask for added depth, would this size (60L) be enough?

    Updated on May 04, 2021 Flag this


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      Hmm, interesting. It looks like (from some of the pictures) + 1 cup size and added depth at the wire? Or would that be overkill? I didn't know Comexim had this bra on their website. I tried this bra on as well -it's totally my colours - but I couldn't quite figure out the sizing.

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      I know a lot of reviews said they love this bra though - that it was super comfy, so maybe I missed out, lol.

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      BraOdyssey UMM they may not even have it on their site lol I didn’t check 😂

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