Rita is remarkably beautiful; skillfully balancing femininity and intrigue. Red floral eyelash lace covers the cups, black satin peaks from beneath the eyelash lace along the edges, and black velvet bows accent the gore and straps. Finally, a silver, rhinestoned Comexim "C" dangles delicately beneath the velvet gore bow. Comexim should be proud: aesthetically, this is gorgeous and far more alluring than their website photos. The band is supportive, comfortable, and has 3x4 hook/eye fasteners. The materials do not irritate my sensitive skin. Sincerely, I prefer Comexim bras for a myriad of reasons.
However, I'm collapsing the cup near the wire. I need a slightly wider wire or more immediate projection. Moving on to a 65K....
I saw this for sale on braswap and first I disregarded it because I thought it would be too big but then I looked again figured why not, I can just resell and it will help me figure out my size better. It is slightly too big but only in the tops of the cups, I fill out the bottom of the cups nicely. The top also cuts into breast tissue because its closed off. It is too deep/project near the straps for me. It could work for someone with more even fullness and medium root height. I think this style in 65J could work for me if I reduced the cups and moved the straps in.
Ok so I just got this in today directly from Comexim and this bra is gorgeous. The eyelash lace is beautiful, romantic and sexy at the same time and every detail of this bra is put together perfectly. It fits great and is very comfortable. It has plenty of immediate projection and is open enough up top for my full breasts. Now on to my issue with Comexim... The band stretches to 29.25 inches. I have to wear it on the 2nd to tightest hook straight out of the bag. I also got the Comexim Basic plunge in my order, also in a 60J and the band barely stretches to 27 inches! I mean the discrepancy makes me never want to order again because you never know what you are going to get. I have an Arizona plunge in 60 J that stretches to 27.5 inches and a Veronique that stretches to 29. Whoever is measuring the bands over at Comexim needs new glasses perhaps. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
This bra has a lowered gore, reduced cups and straps moved it, which I requested before realizing that this bra is already made in the deep plunge pattern. Unfortunately, it did not fit at all... it cut in too quickly near the center gore, causing minor quadding, while the entire upper/outer quadrant of the cups near the straps was empty, as if they were still too tall in that area. The bra also seemed much shallower both at the wire and overall than my other Comexim plunges, despite being a cup size larger. I believe that this bra is based off Ginger, so if you anticipate that ...cut will be too shallow for you, I'd recommend ordering this one in the classic plunge style instead.
This bra looked so very gorgeous, scarlet and vixen-ish in the promotional pictures, and I thought it would be a fun and lovely piece for Valentine's Day https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> However, on my body it was very underwhelming and disappointing, perhaps because the fit was quite off. The eyelash lace is pretty but makes the cups appear more full-coverage than they actually are; I prefer the eyelash lace used only on the cups, as in the EM Syrena. The velvet bows and rhinestoned "C" charm are however really elegant details which make the bra look a bit more expensive and special. The band was true to size, if a little on the firm side due to the dark fabric. Matching size medium bottoms and garter belt were a perfect fit on my 36" hips and 27" waist... I'd imagine it would be a pretty show-stopping set if only the bra fit correctly! Read more 176 more words
The Rita is a pretty good fit- similar to the Adore. Cups are a bit taller than I need but OK. I get a small amount of gaping on my small side when I hunch. I would prefer a little more projection above the wires. I find it slightly flattens and spreads my breasts whereas I would prefer them to be more cupped and projected forward. I think I need to try the 3HCs. I would also like this bra to have cookie holders like the Ewas for symmetry correction. The padding in the Rita is very thin and light and the fabric is not super soft but not scratchy either. Appearance-wise, it is gorgeous. The eyelash lace is delicate and beautiful.
This is the first Polish bra that I have tried, and it is the best fitting bra I've tried on so far of all the bras I've tried. It doesn't quite fit perfectly, but it was the only Comexim my local shop had in my size. The store marked the 75HH as equivalent to a 34G [UK]. I experience a bit of quadboob as tissue moves inward throughout the day, which is probably due to the low gore and/or my soft breast tissue. One cup size larger, or a slightly higher gore might fix this. The cups come up a bit too high in the top corner, and ...there is a little space there. I've recently noticed that the underwires have been sliding from the center to the sides because there's a little extra room there. Moving them back to the center gore has helped. The wire width is perfect. If the wires were just a little higher (0.5") on the side/ wing, though, they'd be jabbing into my tail of spence/ underarm. Like all bras I've tried on, the band slides down during the day. Perhaps due to the cup size or shape of the cup. I'm not sure. Read more 92 more words
I find this bra very comfortable. I like how it looks from the side - it does not push my bust too much up and front. The shape is less rounded than the Beauty halfcup, but I feel it makes my overall silhouette look a bit lighter. It fits nicely when I stand in my normal posture, however if I push my shoulders way back it cuts in at the cup edge, but it is not a problem for me as I rarely do that - perhapse only when I tried to take the side shot of myself in the bra to post here. The gore tacks as it is rather low. As I have rather soft tissue it might not be the perfect bra for me, but I feel quite good in it. I have a matching thong in size M and it is rather tight - cuts in at the drop waist. (My hips 95 cm, drop waist 87 cm).
Description: This bra is very pretty. It has beautiful vivid red eyelash lace that covers a red cup base. The band is a rich black stretch mesh. The cup has black piping along the top of the cup with matching black straps. Each strap features a small black velvet bow along with the gore, which also has a small C charm on it. The band is a black stretch mesh and I received a 3x4 hook without request. The inside of the cups are bright red with black piping along the wire channels.
Quality: The lace is not scratchy or rough and moves very little around the cup. The ...eyelash of the lace is securely sewed down so that it will not flip up or separate from the cup. The straps feature a smooth black underside, but it is not "plush" and has a decorative top side. The internal cups have very light padding that is soft, but not overly so. The wires are not particularly rigid, but this is perfect for me. One thing though, I have a slight crease on my right cup at the top due to folding, but I can smooth it out later.
Alterations: I asked for Rita to be made with the standard plunge style. I reduced the cups, reduced the gore to 6.5cm, and moved the straps in 2cm.
Fit: I decided to order this bra in a 70M. My overbust went up an inch from 42"(106,68cm) to 43" (109,22cm) and my snug underbust is 30.5" (77,47cm). This would place me at a 80HH or 75K/L by their charts. Using the lower measurement would be closer, but I used the stretched band lengths through bratabase and cup depths to come up with my size using the measurements from a CK 30J that was my best fit at the time. Using just my overbust measurement with my preferred stretch band of 70 I get a 70M/N. I went for the smaller one, using lying bust perimeter as depth.
This was mostly a good choice I am slightly quadding, but right now I am finishing up my cycle so we will see if this goes down some. Also because of the band across the top of the cups might be causing this, I am even/fot so I think 70M is a good base size. Either way, I like to fit my smaller boob since it is only .5" smaller. I just don't tighten up the straps on my bigger boob as much so they look even. The cup height is perfect for my high set boobs, no extra cup height even when I bend over!! The gore is heaven 😤, with my center fullness I don't like tall gores and I like my clevage, so this works. I have cleavage but my boobs are just barely touching and it tacks!! The band is perfect in width, armpit height, and comfort. It has stretch so although it's fine on the 1st set of hooks, I could go to the second. The underwires are narrow in the classic U shape, I probably could go a touch narrower, maybe later on after t.migration. but the wires do sit in my IMF, so I'm giddy lol.
Cons: straps could provide cushion (my melons are heavy lol), wires could be a touch narrower, and I'm not happy about the crease I will have to fix because it removes some of the depth on my smaller boob.
Panties: I ordered the thong to be made as szorty, but it looks to be a brief. I don't mind this as they are super cute. They are made with black, see-through, strech mesh and they have a middle panel of the same red lace as the bra. They feature a scalloped black elastic trim at the waist and leg openings and two black velvet bows where the lace panel meets the black mesh.
I have a 38" hip bone and a 43" fullest hip (it's the bum lol). I ordered a large and it fits perfectly. The elastic around the leg openings slightly dug, but I just used my hand and pulled them out starting from undermy bum to the front to stretch them a bit. Now they really fit perfectly. Size L will be my base size in stretch mesh or other like fabrics and I will likely size up in stiff fabrics so they don't cut into my bum and thighs. I think I will also use large for thongs instead of sizing down because my problem would be the legs holes (I have full thighs) being smaller in a M. Read more 655 more words