This morning I awoke with pain under both arms. Yesterday, I wore a too narrow (5.5") Ewa Michalak bra for two hours. Today, this wider (6") Comexim arrived, and my breasts celebrated the available space. I prefer a 65 cm band, but Sonia is stretchy and comfortably wraps around and supports in a 60 cm band.
If you have close set breasts, ordering a "narrower gore" may greatly improve the fit for those with center fullness. I usually order an "overlapping gore." However, the narrower gore is narrower over a longer distance. The overlapping gore overlaps at the very top and returns to normal width more quickly. I ... may ammend my list of alterations to include "narrower gore."
At 7" tall, this 60L is .25"-.5" too tall for my very short roots. However, the bottom of the cup is almost as comfortable as my 65K Eris...almost. Sister sizing in Comexim is not as simple as it seems. Although the 65K and 60L are apparent sister sizes, one glance at Comexim's size chart reveals why the 65K fits better. Comexim designs the 60L for 94-96cm of bust circumference whereas the 65K accommodates 97-99cm of bust circumference. The 65K is larger than the 60L. My shorties are trembling in fear, "What if the cup is taller, too?" Sigh. We'll know in two weeks, because the 65K 3HC are shipping now.
My husband instantly noticed a change, "This really shows off your figure." Because I have a very curvy hourglass figure, E.M. S's lift and centering tends to narrow my upper body. The Comexim 3HC distributes my breasts in even roundless across my chest. This widens my upper torso creating greater contrast between my shoulders and 25" waist. I am very fond of the shape Comexim 3HCs create. Thank you disneymom !
For those needing more or less immediate projection in Comexim/AP 3HC, here are lists:
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