First off, this is a gorgeous bra. The red is such a deep and rich color, and it goes perfectly with the true black. I adore the bows, which aren't the pouty little bows you usually see on lingerie but that very classic rectangle shape I'm more used to seeing on hats or shoes. I feel like a movie star in this bra, like I should be wearing long silk gloves and carrying around a cigarette holder the length of my forearm.
The material is sturdy and comfortable, as I have come to expect of Comexim. The band is comfortably snug. The cups are fairly thick and luxurious. The ...cups are nicely projected and spacious, with lots of room up top, which is, I think, why I fit into it well despite fitting best in 65Js these days.
The gore does what all gores do on me and sort of bends itself into a V-shape, but it's completely comfortable and tacks so I don't mind at all.
Lovely bra, I highly recommend. If you're in between sizes or suspect you're steadily growing this might be a good bra as the shape is very accommodating; the lack of any sort of ribbon or border at the top of the cup lets it curve to suit your breast. Read more 105 more words
This is the Breakout Bras version of this bra, and the label says 28K, not 60O. I bought this and another Comexim in 60O to solve the mystery of the cup height and depth on my Curacao.
On Breakout Bras, this bra is listed to be small in the cups. I don’t see it. The depth of the cups is 12.5” as opposed to 12” on the 60O - Comexim » Belle De Nuit Padded Plunge. The gore is shorter than the Belle de Nuit, measuring 3.375”. Combined with the wide set straps, the only thing I can think of is that someone who is center full ...and full on top might spill out of the center. The cup height is almost identical to the Belle de Nuit, just shy of 9”. For me, the wide set straps cause a lot of gaping at the gore, and more empty space at the top of the cup. Moving the straps in would alleviate most of these issues. The band on this one is stretchy, stretching to 29”.
Thus far I’ve measured two Comexim and two Wellfitting bras in 60O and they are all hovering around 12” in depth. The Curacao is still a mystery. It could be that the grading changed on that model or they started with a bigger size. Read more 112 more words
I bought this beauty at breakoutbras.com. Not sure if it was me or not but a 40 band on their site measures comfortably about a 37 maybe 38 stretched but 38 is probably distorting the cups too much. I am about 39 at a comfortable size but can still get this on as I have lost a bit of weight and my super tight measure is now less than 39. I sized up in the cup on their recommendation and it fits fine. I will use an extender for now until I either lose a bit more weight or the band stretches a little more. I swear my perfect and elusive Comexim size should be 95H but even that is not perfect. The bras are so cute I just put up with the variances. This bra gives a nice uplifted look with some projection but also a little round instead of torpedo like.
What more can I say? I will continue to wear Comexim and one day I will find my perfect fit 👍
2. I ordered Queen of Hearts in 65P with reduced cups, straps moved in 3cm, gore reduced to 6cm, narrowed, and overlapping; 3x4 hooks, and cookie pockets. Appearance: I really like the look of this bra. It's simple enough to wear every day, but it could also be used as a special occasion bra. This bra also has the same silky smooth material instead of the cotton, but the inside and the outside of the cup are soft. The contrast btwn the gore and the wings is a nice touch and I would love the bows if they were centred correctly. If you're like me you have just a ...touch of OCD this will drive you insane and takes away from the look of the bra. Other than that I do love the look of this bra. Fit: same issue of almost a perfect fit. The band is great on the first set of hooks, gore is flat, and the cup height is perfect. The only issue is slight quads near the gore about 4mm worth. Out of the 3 this quads the most it isn't a big deal for me I can go up a size but the low gore with my center fullness will mostly always do this. If I go up a size there will be more gapping at the straps so I can choose to be bothered with this or keep the perfectly fitting cups.
Panties: I got the matching set in a L figi like the picture I will start ordering XL for my 44" hips because I gained 2" as well as asking for higher waisted bottoms. They are beautiful though. Read more 166 more words
Red black colorway
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Reduced, overlapping, and narrowed gore; straps moved in 3cm, cups reduced, 3x4 hooks, cookie pockets.
I thought I'd worked out my comexim size, but it turns out that not all plunge bras are the same from them. This appears to be cut more like a half cup. It's too shallow for me. I can feel the bottom rumple a little, and the top cuts in a little. It isn't really noticeable but the shape isn't how I wanted it. I'd asked for this to be made multiway so I may hold onto it as a halter bra until something better comes along.
I bought this thinking it would be the same cut as the Ingrid, but it seems shallower at the bottom, which is reflected in both fit and appearance. On my smaller side I see a little gaping toward the center gore, which is to be expected since I'm wide-set and this bra has a narrow gore. The cups are closed a little on top, so I don't think I would get awkward gaping even if my tissue could settle more at the bottom (like I said, the cups seem a little shallow on bottom compared to Ingrid). The seams are slightly visible under very tight/thin clothing, but I ...don't think the top edge of the cup would be visible even if I had too big a cup size, since the cup curves inward some at the top and the fabric is soft/not too padded. Normally, this curve inward would be an issue for me, since I have breast tissue almost to my collar bone that only likes to appear when my bra cuts in at the top, but in this case it's actually convenient and doesn't cut in at all. I used to think the line between gaping and quadboob was nonexistent (I've even tried bras that do both at the same time), but I think I found it for me. Although this is a "padded bra", it's not enough padding to add any bulk or make you all sweaty right after you put it on; rather, it's just enough to cover your nipples, should you decide that you want to keep those to yourself. I have a 28.5" underbust and a 65 is perfect, although in the months since I bought this I have had to start using the second set of hooks rather than the first. The sizing is a bit weird, as their size chart has me in something like a 70B. (No. A 65F works just fine, thank you.) I recommend looking around on ABraThatFits on Reddit as a supplement to info you can find here before buying. The straps are fully adjustable and I had them moved in slightly. The band is a mesh material. Read more 252 more words
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Requested 3 rows, 4 columns of hooks.
Gaping at top edges of cups, similar to other padded plunges I have by Comexim. More noticeable on my smaller breast, but doesn't show while wearing a shirt, so I'll keep it as a not everyday bra. Nice, tight band , and the red color is a really rich, vibrant shade. The straps are really smooth and comfortable. Following alterations done: raised gore narrowed straps
I would love this bra so much if the cups were big enough! Sadly, I need to order a J cup for the padded styles. It’s taken lots of time and trial and error to figure out my perfect Comexim size, but I’m slowly narrowing it down. Anyways, the bra is cute and simple, with the comfy straps I love. The band is firm but not too tight. Overall, a lovely bra! I just need to get it a cup size bigger.
I bought this bra for my mom, who generally wears a 36C in Victoria's Secret, and measures somewhere between a 34D and 34DD. She is short and narrow rooted. She found the bra to be a tiny bit too tall, and a bit too shallow at the bottom.