The inside cup seams are lined with a scratchy rough fabric that crosses right over my nipples. It is so irritating that I have to wear something inside to protect them https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> Usually Comexims are supremely soft and comfortable, so this is really not what I expected from them!
The cups are tall. The cup shape is very rounded as you can see in my clothes pic and I find not all comexims acheive this for whatever reason. Band is firm and made of two layers of fabric. The cups are a little too big for me if I don’t wear this on the tightest hook with the straps fairly tight and with a fitted shirt on. I requested the gore to overlap.
Of course it's pretty and gives good shape; it's a Comeximhttps://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> Fit: The band runs tight; I have to wear an extender. The cups probably run a touch big because they fit without a hint of quadraboob. Very comfy. Surprisingly smooth under tshirts, even though it's covered in lace.
Nice round shape and wonderfully high-quality (of course, it is comexim). I got this used and the initial owner got a lot of use out of it so the band is more stretchy than what works for my 26" UB. The cups are a perfect fit and this bra is very comfy and soft inside! I could wear this with a rixie clip but I already have wayyy too many bras so it's probably better off with a true 28 wearer or maybe tight 30 so I will just resell it.
Me: tall roots, close-set, average or narrow width, even but functionally FOT, centre-full, size asymmetry. 26" and 34" leaning.
I was so excited to come home to my mailbox today and see the Comexim sent from MommaK. I've been trying to nail down my perfect size because the more I read the more I want to experiment. So far my best fitting is a 80GG EM with an extender. Onto this bra- I love the lacy fabric and bows. Makes me feel quite sexy compared to the few other OK fitting bras lol. As far as fit goes it's a great firm band and I love it. I've noticed I need a 36 and not a 38 for the support. There is absolutely no gapping and ...nothing is digging into my underarms so that is a big win. The wires are perfectly narrow! I really should go up a cupsize though, the more I settle into the bra the more quadding I'm getting. When I look down well, the gore has disappeared a bit lol. I can feel that the gore isn't really tacking at all and my breasts aren't getting the depth they want. On the bright side I have the best cleavage I've had in years! Overall, it's not a disaster on me by any means but I'm very aware that this wouldn't be a working size for me in Comexim. I'm thinking plunges may not be my best friend either but that needs more trial and error. This bra is super super comfortable though and I really do love it, minor flaws and all. Read more 142 more words
Beautiful black seamed bra, lightly padded. For sizing, as I know Comexim is it's own world,,, if it's helpful, I do best in a 36FF to 36G, and the sizing of this 85H seemed pretty comparable to a 36G
Such smooth seams- it reminds me of a molded cup in that sense, but with much better shape and uplift. The underwires on this are heaven to me. It doesn't come as far up into my armpits as others I have tried. Love love.
Unfortunately my soft tissue does not play well with the plunge style and I have funny empty space where the strap meets the top of the cup. I would like to try a Balconette in this size and brand.
I got this used so the band is a little bit stretched and it is not quite as supportive as a brand new bra. The band is loose on me, but my ribs are teeny tiny. The fit is pretty good, except for some quad boob on my left side. The bra is quite comfy and looks good. There is some fabric pilling though. The straps are tricky to adjust but stay put once adjusted. I have very soft breasts with narrow roots. They are centre-full and full on bottom with lots of immediate projection.
I got this bra secondhand to try out Polish brands, and I am so glad I did!
It is size 80H, which I guess technically translates to a 36FF, but it really fits more like a 32/34 E/F. It is impossibly tight around the band, and I really am amazed I suffered through a 10-hour retail shift without cutting it right off of me, lol. The top of the gore does not tack; I'm not sure if you can see it in the pictures. The cup mostly fits on my smaller left breast, but I seem to be quadding slightly on the right. Also, I always seem to get that annoying front of the armpit gap by the strap/top of the cup-- I wonder if this is just because my boobs seem to sit kind of low on my [short] torso. The underwires are also a bit too narrow for me; you can see where they cut into my tissue a bit.
I finally got ahold of a Comexim! I was ordering from Well-fitting, and since the size their calculator said I should get was the only size in stock on this clearance bra, I decided to try their recommendation. (I have been wearing 30G - 32FF (UK) with a tiny bit of quadding in both sizes.) This fit spot on perfectly for the first 3 wears or so. Then the back stretched to needing it on the mid or tightest hook, and the cups did a weird stretchy thing where I get gaping on the inner plunge area.
The weirdest problem I have with this is that the top elastic of the band seems too loose, while the bottom elastic cuts in painfully. I love this bra, though - finally wires that fit me! Unfortunately it is a little lumpy under shirts and the gaped edge tends to be very visible. The lace also started pilling about two months in. I will definitely continue trying to find my perfect Comexim fit, though! This gives me hope.