I have to share this review as an adventure because I am now the proud owner of a FITTING BRA!!!
It even seems like it fits better everytime I put it on. The Comexim Ingrid Plunge has gotten some flack for its pattern, but I think the antique styled floral print is perfectly fitting a rural farm girl surrounded by flowers. The padded plunge is a very "in your face" shape - the girls are up and out and as my sister said "it's not that they look bad...they're just so...prominent." This is a function of the wearer as well as the shape, because I've been ...disguising my breasts with frumpy tops and sports bras for so long I'm not sure she was even aware of how very 'prominent' they are. The shape isn't perfect for every top or occasion, but the bra fits and is in my possession and is the first non-athletic bra to do that ever, in my entire life. I won't go into my feelings about this - we probably have whole spaces somewhere on this site dedicated to tearfully share the life changing event that owning a bra that fits truly is - but I know many of you understand what it's like to be confident and comfortable with the entire front half of my body for the first time since I was 15.
The bra itself - is comfortable, supportive and well made. I have narrow rooted, close-set and center full, pendulous breasts that are soft and also full on top. This can be tricky to fit I think, since I am prone to having breast tissue molded into places that aren't attractive or comfortable - like the cleo marcie I tried earlier this week that had wide wires and a high gore - tissue was pushed out to the sides as well as over the top of the wires at the center. In the 65N - Comexim » Burgundy Half Cup (357) I had empty space on the outside of the cups and overflow in the center. I think I would have had the same problem with the Ingrid padded plunge had the cups not fit almost perfectly. Another plus is the padding disguises any other weird soft tissue stuff that might be happening inside the cup itself.
I'm sure I'll find better fitting bras in a shape I find more flattering in the future, but I doubt I'll ever feel as grateful and overjoyed as I do now reviewing my first ever fitting bra. Yay!
Update - October 2016 Now that I've worn this bra few times for long days and have gotten over my ecstatic 'fitting bra' glow (seriously, I've been wandering around in a well supported haze, gleefully whipping off my shirt for anyone showing even the slightest interest). But now I realize that I probably need more immediate projection for a truly comfortable long-term fit. On a few drives home I've had painful wires digging into my ribs below my IMF, and noticed the inside of the cups have some wrinkles after wear. From what I've learned here I believe the wires are pushed down over time and dig into my ribs due to lack of immediate projection in the cup or an overabundance of immediate projection in my boobs! It's not unbearable by any means but definitely something I'll consider for future purchases. Read more 473 more words
Holy shit I wrote out this entire review and when I went to hit save and have it post to the front page, it timed out and logged me out and I lost the whole review!! Well, here we go again lol. Hopefully I can remember everything I wrote.
Well folks, I think I can finally review this bra, despite having not worn it very much at all (for reasons which will become clear soon). I've been hyping it up enough that you deserve to know all the weirdness that is going on lol.
My boobs: ~26FF/G, narrow and tall roots, even to FOT, enough space between my breasts to ...comfortably wear taller gores.
I got my first Basic in 2018 in 55J with no alterations, and it has been an absolute staple in my wardrobe since then and fits me nearly perfectly (and I love the shape it gives under clothing). My only slight qualms with it have been that with certain outfits, the cups are a little tall (mostly with tank tops), and the straps/armpit show out the side of some sleeveless shirts. So, when I decided to order a backup, I requested for the cups to be reduced by 1cm, and straps to be moved in 1cm. Well, the upper section of the cups were definitely reduced, but with that came an unexpected consequence. I had explicitly not asked for any gore alteration, because I figured it would come as the standard height, which I would've been fine with. But when the cups were reduced, they also rotated the cups outward slightly (imagine the central apex of the cups as the axis), which created a more straight-necklined, balconette shape. Because of this, the gore was inexplicably HEIGHTENED, and the wings were slightly reduced. I checked against my OG Basic, and the wires seem to be the same between both models except for this rotation. Another consequence of this is that despite me asking for the straps to be moved in by 1cm, they are actually positioned wider than my OG Basic. I took a ton of photos comparing this Basic with my OG Basic, which you can see if you come to the full review page. In a lot of these photos, I lined up the wires so you can easily see the difference in gore/bridge height, cup height, wing height, and strap placement. It's really quite fascinating from a patterning/sewing perspective, but as a customer it's really quite annoying lol. Moving forward, it seems clear to me that if you want to maintain the original plunge shape of the bra, you need to request a reduced gore along with the reduced cups to keep the same angle of the neckline.
Practically speaking, because of the change in neckline, this bra is more open on top and gives me more cakes on a plate style cleavage. It also doesn't have as much coverage as my OG Basic, and makes me feel more jiggly and less supported, as if my boobs are sitting on top of a shelf lol. It gives me a pretty pointed, projected shape, which isn't my favourite (or at least certainly not the shape I aimed to get from this particular bra for its particular purpose). Because of all these oddities, I've barely worn this bra since I got it, which means the cups are still rather stiff, as it hasn't gotten a chance to soften up yet from wash and wear. This further discourages me from wearing it, so it's just an unfortunate cycle lol. Despite all this, I won't be emailing Comexim about it, because it took about a month to ship to me in Canada, and that was back in mid-January, so I'm just gonna hold onto it until I get too annoyed to keep it, or I actually start getting some use out of it when I need to wear my light coloured bras more often with my summer wardrobe. Hope y'all enjoyed this (IMO) wild ride lmao
TL;DR: If you want to maintain the plunge shape, you should probably request a reduced gore along with reduced cups. Read more 575 more words
This bra's measurements have been altered
Cups lowered 1cm, gore heightened, straps moved in 1cm?
My shape is narrow and short rooted, slightly pendulous, soft, and low set.
This is my second Bridget. I exchanged my 65J (with alterations) with another bratabase user because it was gaping slightly when I tried to wear it. I'm happy to report that this 65HH fits me, (and I hope my 65J fits her). The bra itself is gorgeous. The lace is a creamy mauve, and the lace adorns the cups and wraps all the way around the band to the clasps. I appreciate this detail because not all bras do this. This was originally a 'faux' longline of course, but it was altered to be made as ...a 3HC. The straps are black and fairly stretchy, and there is a small classy black bow on the gore. The band has 4 sets of clasps and it is snug without being tight. I have lots of 'room' to adjust the band in to a tighter clasp as the elastic wears out.
The shape this bra creates is nice and rounded. This will make a great summer bra because it's so light. I tried it on under a tank (pictures), and I didn't see any seams or lace through the tank top, so I should be able to wear it with just about anything. This bra is also extremely comfortable, as are all my Comexims.
Overall I'm very happy with this bra and the quality, comfort, and appearance are excellent. Read more 130 more words
This bra's measurements have been altered
It's not a longline - I had the extra lace removed
TL; DR — This is a great bra once you get the sizing figured out! Go down one band and up about 3 cups, and you’ll get a flattering, rounded shape. The gray and pink are beautiful as well. ———————-
Onyks is a really pretty bra! The band and strap color is a medium-dark gray, and the cups are gray combined with pink in the mesh and embroidery, as well as white embroidery. The mesh and embroidery are not very thick or stiff, and I haven’t noticed issues with visibility underneath clothing.
The fabric is lightweight, but the seaming provides good support and uplift. The band is very stretchy. The ...overall shape of the wire is very similar to Ewa Michalak BM bras, but those are firm and run small in the band, whereas this one runs big. If you have a narrow, projected shape and find the BM wires or band to be too firm, then the Onyks might be a good bra to try. I like both styles, but the Onyks has a more lightweight feel to its fabrics, elastics, and wires than the BM. Onyks does not have stretch lace on top of the cup so keep that in mind when deciding what size to buy.
As with most people trying Comexim, I’ve tried a few styles and sizes. When buying from Breakout Bras in the US, they convert to UK sizing and then suggest that you buy 1-2 cups larger than your normal size. With my 34GG - Comexim » Whimsy Floral (CMWHIMSY), that worked well, but I’ve noticed that at certain times of the month, I get quadding on the larger side. So I wanted to try one cup larger (UK 34H / Comexim 75K) this time. Additionally, BoB’s website advises that the band on the Onyks bra is very stretchy, and they recommend sizing down in the band. So I ended up ordering this bra in 32HH (which Bratabase converted to 70L). If I were to order this bra directly from Comexim, I would probably stick with 70L and ask to have the straps moved in just a hair, maybe 1.5 cm.
Definitely a good bra to try if you are the right shape and want to try a 3HC without the padding. Read more 275 more words
This came from jlcl119 ...I have loved this one for a while, especially after I saw the review Wilderness1 had on it. I had some initial issues on my end getting this but I’m super glad I did.
My shape is soft and pendulous, even to fob fullness, taller roots but shallow upper tissue, and center full. I’m functionally short rooted and fob. I usually wear a 30FF but sometimes size down to 30F due to my shape issues. In Ewa Michalak I generally do 70F but can do 65 bands if they stretch to 29” or more. In Comexim, I've ...typically gone for 65HH/J or 70H/HH depending on the cut and alterations.
I have to say that I was nervous about this being a 65 band, and newer. But the original owner is a veteran here and I trust her measurements to be pretty accurate (and close to my own). While my stretched measure was a little smaller, I am pretty conservative with how much I pull, and I could tell once I got it that the band was a stretchier one. The band is perfect. The cup height was another concern because I have definitely had a mix of cup height and prefer it to be lower as I am not very full on top. Could I use 1cm less? Maybe. Same with the gore. I could possibly get a little bit lower. I think that this bra is a way better fit than the 65HH - Comexim » Queen Of Hearts Plunge Bra (367) . I think the measurements are similar but there’s something about this that feels better. The foam maybe? The only problem I have is that I would have had the straps moved in 2cm for my petite frame and narrow shoulders that tend to slope. The straps are definitely doable, but wider than I need. I might see if I can find someone locally to alter the straps for me. I’m still considering trying the 65H/70G with 2cm added depth.
The material on the outside is so soft. The cups are lined with a silky satin material for the cookie pockets. I don’t have any cookies as I no longer have any Ewas with them. But, I’m also a few pounds lighter after having some appetite issues in January when I was sick, so I might fill up the small side a little bit more if I gain the volume back. I must email Joanna and find out which ones are the same construction and materials. I like it a lot. The bottoms are also a perfect fit.
Anyway, I love love love it! Read more 342 more words
I was quite surprised to have never seen the Red Panter reviewed on here!
No, a red leopard / panther print may not be everyone's cup of tea. Yes, it's a little gaudy.. Yes, it's a little 'in your face'.. But somehow I was expecting more love for this bra (; Was super happy to receive it in my Black Friday order.
Requested alterations: - 3 hooks, 4 rows in the band - straps moved in 3 cm - lowered and narrower gore - could the X-straps made to be detachable please?
Seems like these were all done!
Fit: As far as I can tell this fits like a 'classic' Comexim plunge, but I've only started ...trying their plunges since Princess / Gloria / Andromeda. I know recently there's been talk of older plunges fitting differently than newer? Did ask for a lowered gore and moved in straps, which may have altered the fit a little. The 70K feels great, some very slight overflow on my larger breast - but I do tend to fit bras to my smaller breast, and prefer a mild bulge over gaping. For reference my usual UK size is a fuller 32G, bordering on 32GG. My shape could be described as taller roots, mostly FOT, average set, more projected and quite firm.
Comfort: Red Panter fits me quite comfortably and as good as most of my bras get! However, as with the Yoko plunge, to be honest I could have used a little more depth at the wire. It slides down a little during the day, illustrating some lack of projection - and I keep wondering how I ever considered myself wide and shallow?
Look: Like I said: I expected many more people to purchase this bra, as I think it's the perfect combination of fun, practicality and wearability - without losing a hint of edginess. Really love the vibrant red, the size of the leopard spots, the added straps and the overall appearance.
I asked for the X-straps to be detachable and yay, they made it happen! Very excited about that, because with the straps being stuck in place and me mostly wearing low-ish necklines; it would have been more of a special occasion bra, or at least me having to somewhat consider which clothes to wear in what setting, whilst now I can wear this with anything, going anywhere.
The briefs were made to order in 'Princess' (tanga) style like I asked, and they're a great comfortable fit in my standard Comexim XL. (43-ish inch hips /butt for reference) Read more 306 more words
My shape is low set, short and narrow rooted, and soft.
I was surprised by this bra, because I was expecting to get a padded bra. It's a 2HC (half cup with one vertical line), and it is a soft cup. I normally take Comexim soft cups in one size smaller than their padded cups, so this bra fits but doesn't provide the level of lift or support that I like from a soft cup. The straps are wide and supportive. The band is slightly stretchy (I could have stretched it more but the cups were distorting). The band has 4 x 3 sets of hooks, which is awesome. ...The cups themselves are quite stretchy inside. I could probably have quite a bit more volume and they would still fit (maybe that's why I get those lines along the inside?), but there is a thin black lining along the cups upper edge that may cut in if I had a lot more volume too. The bra itself is pretty, and the patterns are black flowers that are velvety to the touch. The pattern comes up higher onto the cups upper outter edge, and ends wtih a little bow on the strap. Pretty, but I don't have enough upper fullness to make it stand out. I requested straps moved in 1 cm and overalapping gore. It looks like these alterations were done.
Overall it's beautiful, excellent quality, and comfortable... but I really wanted a padded bra.... Read more 135 more words
This bra's measurements have been altered
Straps moved in 1cm, band made as a 60, overlapping gore
Well that's it, the quest is over. I found The One.
My breasts are lifted, supported, nicely shaped. The wires aren't digging in painfully anywhere. The seams in the cups are low profile, making the bra nearly invisible under clothing. The cup padding is thick enough to hide nipples, but doesn't feel too heavy. The cups are rather closed, but they work for my centre-full, full-on-bottom breasts. I'm not scared to bend over and fall out. The workmanship looks good, and it doesn't look like an old lady bra. The bow details and lace trim make the bra pretty, in a discreet sort of way.
Comexim Basic Bra, I wish I'd found you years ago!
This bra is gorgeous! The photos of just the bra (not the ones of me wearing the bra) are closer to the actual color. It's a really gorgeous cool, green shade. I ordered this directly from Comexim (via email), though this version of the Jade (without the lace) is available through Wellfitting now. The band is definitely snug on this one, but I've found that to be the case with all of the "silky" fabric Comexim bras I've owned (this is nowhere near as tight as the Angelina or Basic though!). I do wish it had 4 rows of hooks instead of 3, but I'll just need to ...wear it with an extender for a little bit. I'd actually requested 4 rows of 2 hooks, but did not get that alteration on any of the bras I ordered. The only alteration that was actually made to this bra was that I had the straps moved in 2cm. I have very narrow shoulders so I find that this alteration works really well on me. This is going to be a great basic bra since the seams are fairly smooth and the bra is super comfortable. It's definitely my favorite out of the new Comexim designs! https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> Read more 103 more words
Green Velvet is a discontinued model from 2011. It was originally offered in the standard plunge cut, but I was recently lucky enough to have Anna make this into a 3HC just for me. As this fabric is five years old, I do not know if there is any left. If interested, you can absolutely contact Comexim and ask, but I'm not promising that my set didn't use it all up! Green Velvet is a rich emerald green mesh fabric with a soft floral pattern flocking. It is stunningly gorgeous in its simplicity and its rarity of color in the lingerie world. It looks fantastic against my pale skin ...and dark hair. I feel like a forest queen when I wear it. The elastics, clasp, and adjusters are all green. It's beautiful.
My band is utterly true to size for a 60 stretching to exactly 28". This is the first bra I've had that stretched dead on to it's tagged size. It's perfect on the loosest set of eyes. The clasp is 3x3. I didn't ask for it, it just came that way. It's not a really wide clasp, so the third row isn't a problem for me. The straps are smooth and soft on the bottom. They're easy to adjust and surprisingly stay in place. The wires are narrow and comfortable. They are soft and my gore doesn't quite tack (this is an ongoing issue with me and Comexim. Lack of center projection perhaps? Too soft? I don't know, but it doesn't interfere with support, so whatever). The cups are nicely projected at the wire then come in to create a round slightly minimized shape. I find this so very much like the shape that Ewa Michalak HP cuts give, but more comfortable because the straps are set in more.
The underwear are custom. When I ordered the set, I didn't pick a size. I just told Anna I wanted a thong and a brief and then gave her my hip measurements. They are just a touch too large and they are very high cut. They are not sexy, but the fabric is so beautiful that they aren't matronly either.
This is my first Comexim 3HC, and it's perfect. I love this bra and I love this cut. I will always order a 3HC from Comexim in the future. I'm actually considering reordering all of my current Comexims in a 3HC and selling off my plunges. Green Velvet 3HC is another bra that I will keep in my drawer forever and ever. Read more 309 more words
Well my very long awaited Comexim bikini has arrived! I am very pleased with it over all. Love the pattern and colours. Custom 3hc with 1cm added depth. Made from the usual type of swimwear fabric and only 1 hook, makes for a very stretchy band! This suits me personally. I do not need much support, and on hols I can not stand a firm bikini top. I usually wear a stringy triangle thing! after a disater last year ( pre menstrual boobs, spilling out ) I decided a bit more coverage and flexibility for swelling would be sensible😂 If you need support and lift, I highly recommend sizing down in ...the band. # Edit - After a little trial I discovered the loose band caused big gaping issues in the cups. I reordered it in a 55. The straps are fully adjustable and the clip on the band is metal. It is fairly similar in the cups to all my custom bras, however, I do gape on my smaller side a little? Comparing directly to my bras, the cup comes up higher, and seems to have more depth at the base of the cup. I do not get the same cakes on a plate look as I do in my bras, but my boobs still look good. I suppose this would work in my favour should I be pre menstrual on hols again! Over all it is by far the nicest bikini I have owned. It will be very comfortable, yet stable. The bottoms are alright. same fabric and well made. I did find the adjustable ties too short, esp to make a nice bow and not just have a short bit of string poking out! My solution has been to pull out the yellow strings, sow onto the blue, stiching is hidden under the bit where the strings thread through pants. I now have nice long strings to tie into a pretty bow, I can also wear the strings higher know, which is much more flattering Read more 227 more words
Alrighty folks, I think I can finally review this bra (and matching briefs) after having had the opportunity to wear it a couple times. My apologies for taking forever to review! I moved at the end of February, so I was pretty busy, and of course it's quite the adjustment to get settled in a new place (and living with a partner for the first time too!).
About me: 26FF ish, narrow and tall roots, dense, evenly full/functionally FOT.
First of all, I love the look of this bra. The lace appears a bit more peachy coloured to me than in the stock photos on the website, and this ...is complemented by a beautiful mauve lace trim along the top edge of the cup and the front of the straps. It's a two-seamed, three part halfcup, with 3x3 hooks and eyes.
As for the fit, it pretty much fits! I ordered the 55K with wires from 55J, 1cm depth added near the wire, straps moved in 1cm, and gore overlapping. Honestly, it's hard to say which of these were completed, except the wire swap, which is clearly the same width and length as the other 55J wires. The gore does seem to be overlapped as well, but that one I was less concerned about. The gore is slightly taller than the standard plunge, and the cups have decent coverage. They're perhaps a little tall, but it works for my shape. My main concern was the cup width and depth near the wire, and those are both acceptable for me. I don't think there's quite enough room for my breasts to settle completely to the bottom, but it's not uncomfortable and doesn't crease the cup for me. My only other experience with a Comexim 3HC was when I tried one on in person at the now-defunct Bra Obsessed in St. Thomas, Ontario, and I remember it being both too small and far too shallow for me, so I was quite nervous about trying another one, but I'm a sucker for sweet, light-coloured halfcups (my first downfall was the 60FF - Ewa Michalak » Chp Marcepanowa Magnolia (694) ), and luckily this turned out well enough for me. My only other qualm is that the band is quite small and snug. It really feels like I'm strapped in when I close the band, and if I wear it for too long while sitting, it really starts to dig in along the bottom of the band and the wires. I hope it will eventually relax a little bit, but for now it's tolerable for up to a few hours at a time.
It gives me quite a different shape than the Comexim plunges which I find to be very uplifting and give me a very slight peaked appearance. The halfcup is still uplifting, but it's much more rounded, and gives a more minimized appearance. It also makes my chest look slightly wider from the front than the plunge silhouette.
Lastly, I took a gamble and ordered the Elise briefs, and I'm thrilled to report that they work for me! They're full-coverage, low-rise briefs, made with sheer mesh at the back. (I have lots more photos on the full review page!). The Small was once again the correct size choice for me, despite the fullness of my bum.
Overall, I'm pretty happy with this set! I hope this will help some folks out there who are considering it. Read more 464 more words
This bra's measurements have been altered
55J wires, gore overlapped, straps moved in 1cm, 1cm depth added near wires
Oh man, I apologize for taking so long to start these reviews! I'm moving at the end of the month, so things are a little hectic right now. Anyways, I've had the opportunity to wear this bra a couple times now, so let's get into it. Luckily, it's the standard cut, so there's not a whole lot of weirdness going on (we'll save that for my new Basic lol)
About me: 26FF ish, dense tissue, narrow and tall roots, evenly full/functionally FOT.
PS!! Click on the link for this bra's info for all my pictures.
I believe this is the standard cut of Scottie in 55J. Four rows of hooks which ...is nice. It's a tad snug, as you can see by the measurements, but is relatively comfortable after a couple hours' wear. The band is at risk of becoming too tight after several hours, depending on my activity level. If I'm sitting on the couch all day, it's uncomfortable, but if I'm up and moving around, it's fine. The wires are a great width and the gore is a good width and height for me. The cups are a perfect volume, although the padding/fabric is a little thicker and stiffer than my other Comexims, so it gives a slightly more peaked appearance than my others (excluding my new Basic lol). I'm almost positive the shape will soften up over time. I mentioned this to marilynne today, but we have a hunch that the newer Comexim styles are cut slightly different than the old-school styles. I definitely feel like my Scottie is more balconette-style than true plunge style like my old Basic. The newer ones seem to have a slightly higher gore and a straighter neckline than my old Basic.
The briefs: Size Small. I suppose they're similar to like a boyshort cut, but a bit less coverage. My butt is definitely bottom-heavy, and the elastic cuts right through the middle of my cheeks, horizontally. It's an awful look lmao. The size is right, but not the shape. I'm keeping them because I aspire to someday make them into a thong style, which I've never done before, but even if I mess them up it's no worse than the state they're in right now. So yeah!
TL;DR: Band is a little snug, cups fit well, a tad pointy, feels more like a balconette than a true plunge. The briefs are cut like boyshorts, which doesn't work for me. Read more 298 more words
5'3, 28G.5, FOT, tall and narrow roots, center full, projected, average to high set.
Look: This bra is gorgeous, It reminds me of those tightrope dancers at the circus. The purple is a little bit lighter than in the photos. It does have a pretty large bow on the center gore, which I usually don't like, but it seems to fit this bra well. The straps have a ribbon like trim on top, which helps to get the adjusters to stay put. It does not pass the "white t-shirt test". Like most Comexim plunges, it gives a very projected and high-set shape.
Fit: I'd say it fits slightly ...large, like a UK 28G.5 which is perfect for me. The band is nice and snug, but not too tight. The gore is pretty low, meaning I could easily get "buttcrack" or "pornstar" cleavage with chicken cutlets. The straps are on the thinner side, which may not be your cup of tea. The cups are super tall, as usual with comexim plunges. I'm FOT with tall roots and I almost feel like I'm swimming in them. The straps also seem a bit short, I'm only 5'3 and slightly high set, I almost have the straps adjusted to the longest setting. There's about 2" of wiggle room for me, so this bra may not work for those who are tall or low set. Read more 122 more words
OH MY. This is just stunning. Really. The fit is spot on compared to my other 60HH half cups. I have nothing new and earth shattering to say about it, there's nothing strange or unique about how it fits... the copper ribbon really doesn't close off the tops of the cups, at least in the 3HC pattern. I'm in love. Narrow and projected as per Comexim standards. Full review on the blog!
I nervously asked Comexim to basically completely customize this top for me and they went above and beyond. I had it made in the 3HC pattern with straps moved in 2cm and made to be convertible. Anna threw in the bottoms for me. I'm in love with this company. I really cannot say enough about Comexim and I wish they'd get their communication issues straightened out because from my experience there is very little they aren't willing to do for their customers. This is wonderfully narrow and supportive, and the convertible straps take the sting out of being unable to find a good halter bikini top. It feels like it was made for me, probably because it pretty much was! The 3HC cut is my jam, seriously. Full review on my blog!
Am I the first to review the half cup cut? When these two bras were releasead, I loved the colors and aesthetics of Sonia better than Victoria. But now having tried both, I like the fit of Victoria better. It's a better technical fit. It helps it's my correct size lol. I thought it was a single seam half cup (Anna even said so) but mine has 2 seams. Maybe mine is mutant, but I don't care, it fits great.
After my fail with the 65G - Ewa Michalak » Sm Czarna Mgiełka (481), I really wanted to get a sheer black bra that fits, so I custom-ordered this Moulin Rouge 3HC as I've had success with Comexim's unlined 3HC before. I also had it made in a long line as I've wanted to try one for a long time. I've also put in a request to have a narrow and overlapped gore.
My usual UK size is 28FF/G, and my shape is projected, FOT, narrow and tall roots, super close-set, soft and self-supporting.
I don't think I'll buy another long line bra again because I'm so clumsy ...and there are so many (5) hooks on this bra. The band feels snug even though it measures 29" stretched.
The cups are narrow, projected and open on top. My only minor complaint is that it's slightly too shallow near the centre, and with how close-set I am, the gore shifts to one side a little.
The bra is simple and sexy, and I'm pleased with the quality and fit. I kind of regret having it made in a long line because it could've been a great summer bra with the thin mesh but the longer band is going to make the heat feel worse. Read more 103 more words
Yay finally received my Comexim and it’s fantastic. Another Comexim win! I ordered it directly from Comexim on April 3rd, they shipped it out on April 13th, and I received it on May 28th LOL. Looong wait could have something by to do with Canada post issues?
I looove this bra! It is beautiful, fits well, and is very comfortable. I wore it for a day while doing errands and other physical activities and nothing budged. I even forgot I was wearing it.
I ordered with straps moved in 1cm but no other alterations. The gore came overlapped, I’m guessing they do this with all orders now. The ...cups are wider and slightly more shallow than my other 3HC but still has decent immediate projection. The band is a bit too snug for me but I’m sure it will stretch a bit and it didn’t cause me any discomfort. The band is similar to the basic plunge but the front half is covered with eyelash lace. The cups are more firm than my other 3HC but still very light.
Holy super round shape! This bra brings everything centre and forward and uplifted for me. It gives me quite a bit of cleavage which is fine with me.
This cost 162 zloty which works out roughly to $53 Canadian. That includes all fees and shipping. Can’t go wrong with that price!
Overall I am very pleased with this bra and I need more Comexim 3HCs in my life haha Read more 141 more words