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Bras » Comexim » Sonia Plunge Bra » 70H 32:8

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Fits ribcage75.5
B. perimeter27.2
Stretched Band81.5
Band Length60.8
Cup width13.7
Cup depth24.0
Wire length24.6
Cup height16.9
Cup separation1.5
Gore height7.4
Wing height10.2
Strap width1.4
Hooks2

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    Didn't fit

    First, a bit about my breast shape for reference: significantly narrow, FOB, projected, pendulous, significantly short roots, significantly center-heavy.

    I can't tell if this bra is just a smidgen too large overall, or the cups are too tall. The band is significantly stretcher than I anticipated, certainly more so than a Ewa Michalak, and as such I think that I perhaps should have sister sized down. (My snug underbrush is 31" and I'm quite squishy, if that helps.) I can fasten it on the tightest hook comfortably, but the underwire tends to warp when I swoop-and-scoop on this setting. Perhaps I'm just over-scooping - as I said, ... I'm squishy. The cups come up high enough to conceal my pronounced Tail Of Spence, which is lovely, but there are empty pockets on both sides between the bottom of my Tail Of Spence and the top edge of my breast root that gets larger as the day goes on and I settle in to the bra. Thankfully, there is no visible gapping under shirts. As a bonus, however, I get a bit of cleavage (because this is a plunge style I believe and my breasts settle comfortably to the center) and the bra is colored such that it is totally invisible under my shirts.

    It's the most comfortable bra I own at this point and is the closest I have to fitting so I will keep and continue wearing it, but it isn't The One for a shape like mine.

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      You might like the two-seam half cup style better: no gaps :-)

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    Fits

    This bra is amazing however the band is a little stretchy so I need to size down in the band. I will be ordering this in the smaller band. The comfort of this bra is amazing.

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    Updated on Jan 30, 2016 Flag this

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    Didn't fit

    I got this from Bra Obsessed so the label only lists 32FF instead of its Comexim size (I believe it is a 70H in EU). It is the beautiful new Sonia style, but in a plunge instead of the halfcup listed on the Comexim site. The band is stretchy for a Comexim, and nearly goes up to 33" fully stretched. I ordered this size after it was suggested to order one band size larger than normal in Comexin due to their bands running one size small. However, I find this band runs true to size so sadly this bra is too large for me.

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      FWIW now and for future reference, I don't find their bands to run one size small as a rule. I do find their bands that are allover lace, Geisha for example, to be tighter because the lace fabric is less stretchy. For the most part, their bands are TTS on me, with a handful running big. My Brigitte and Free Time run almost a full size big, and it's well discussed around here that Basic is a stretchy band too. I stick with a 60 band in everything and that's been safe for me. If I happen to get one that runs tighter, that's what an extender is for until it breaks in.

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      That's good info to know, thanks lcl0706!

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