My stats for reference: 5'3, 28GG, FOT, tall and narrow roots, center full, projected, close set and average to high set.
Look: This bra is cute, surprisingly the blue polka dots actually go well with the pink lace trim. The gore is slightly lower than comexim's other "vintage plunges" as I like to call them. Instead of swithcing to powermesh for the band, the band uses the same polka ditted blue fabric, making the band super stretchy.
Sadly, this bra doesn't fit me https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" />. The bottom of the cups double over because they aren't projected enough and the band is way too stretchy ...for my personal taste. It has a 3X4 closure, so it may even fit a 30FF-G or a similar size.
The cups seem to shove my boobs into my armpits, which is a first for a bra in a size that should actually fit me. I mean, I expected this from my old VS 32DD's, but I never imagined that you would do this to me, Comexim!
The previous owner measured with full stretch and I measure with gentle stretch, we measured the band's stretchiness at 31" and 29" respectively. The cup width also comes in at just above 5", so the cups are super narrow. The cups also feel shorter than my other vintage Comexims. The straps are wide set and fully adjustable, they could accommodate someone much lower set or higher set.
In conclusion, the bra is cute, but it fits like a boob hat. It doesn't actually support my boobs, just pushes them up like my old VS bras. Read more 162 more words
This bra's measurements have been altered
reduced gore, straps moved in, cookie pockets added.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again -- Comexim makes the best blue bras of any other brand I've seen. I've included pics so y'all can see just how gorgeous this is, and also that it's a bit different than the pics on their site. The pink is much brighter, and the blue is more intense and has more depth than what is depicted online.
Fit-wise, this is constructed exactly like Audrey (makes sense with the dots and all), but with the lace lining the top of the cups, and this works well for me since Audrey is my most worn bra.
My only complaint is that this ...comes with 2 eye and hooks, rather than 3. Why, Comexim, why?!? It also only has 3 rows of hooks vs. the lovely 4 they've been putting on their more recent models. This was specifically ordered with 3 eye and hooks, so it must have been a slip on their part. Otherwise, this is the perfect bra. It's gorgeous, comfy, femme but not overly so, and makes the girls look great. But it's killing me with the 2 hooks. Read more 80 more words
This is a rather shallow plunge bra. Its effect on my boobs is best described as "minimizing". Rather than bringing them to the front centered (as Ewa's PLs or 3Ds do), it's spreading them out on the ribcage, while creating some sort of "squeezed" cleavage (tbh, it rather looks like "this bra is slightly too small/shallow").
On the other hand, the cups are high and wide while their top is rather closed, so it's cutting in slightly. It's not a dealbreaker, but the center gore isn't tacking as firmly as it should. (As I mentioned before, this bra looks like it's half a cup size too small for me, but ...sizing up would not be an option, as the cups would end up too high and way too wide. The straps are already threateningly close to my armpits right now.)
Apart from the fit issues, I'm not too impressed with the quality. I've had this bra for a little less than 6 months now, worn infrequently, and there's already some white spandex fibers sticking out of the band. I didn't expect a bra to deteriorate that quickly - in especially if it's hand made, and always hand washed and air dried. Also, mind that the fabric loses color even when washed cold, so always wash separately or with darker bras. Read more 108 more words
Mainly, I wanted to buy a couple of 65Js to test the fit. I knew that one of them had to be the Ingrid, because I adore that pattern, but I'd already ordered the other Comexims I most liked. I ended up picking this one on a whim because it was different from any other bra I own.
I have to tell you, I am over the moon that I picked this bra. I can't describe how much I enjoy having it. Navy blue and bright pink have always been good colors together, but adding the light blue polka dots was a stroke of ...genius. This bra's color scheme is just so well-matched and exciting--it really pops out in person, much more so than it did in pictures on the website. But it's not a loud bra at all! It's just fun and it makes me happy to wear it. It feels excitingly normal, if that makes sense--it feels like the type of bra I always envied matrix-sized girls for having. Only it comes in my size! And it makes my boobs look GREAT. Seriously, it gives lovely support and lift and I feel wonderful wearing this bra both with and without clothes.
The usual bit here about how the fit is perfect--good gore, great narrow wires, great comfortable but snug band. Like I said about the Ingrid, going up to a 65J was a good decision size-wise but it does mean that the cups gape where they meet the straps if I slouch hard, but they don't gape when I'm sitting normally. The straps are a tiny bit wider than my 65HH Comexims but still totally comfortable.
Basically, I love this bra, a lot more than I thought I would, and I'm probably going to over-wear it. Read more 192 more words
This bra is really cute. I think if this were a 65H this would be a much better fit for me, the band is too small which I figured it would be, but I don't mind wearing bras with an extender if the cups fit. However when I wear this with an extender, the straps become too wideset for me. For not having reduced cups, the cup height is actually pretty good for me.
I'm pretty much in love with Comexim bras at the moment. I bought this one after trying the Irish Coffee in a 60E and finding it slightly too small, so got this in a 60F. It's a really cute and fun bra, flirty where the Irish Coffee is sexy. The shape is pretty similar to the Irish Coffee: fairly open on top, narrowish wires (though noticeably wider than the 60E), with a medium amount of projection. The band is a normal 28 - I wouldn't recommend that anyone with similar measurements to me (27" snug) should size up in the band. I don't get spectacular cleavage in this ...bra, or in Comexims in general, but I do get a very nice shape I can only describe as "perky". They're the type of bras I can wear to work and still feel I have boobs, without being all "Hey! Would you look at my boobs, they're right here!!!"
I also ordered the matching undies, and they're just as cute as the bra. The back is frilly rather than elasticated, which means it doesn't cut in at all (I was a bit worried about that because they're shorts style undies, which usually aren't all that flattering on me). I'm definitely ordering the matching set in Comexim from now on, for which my bank balance isn't thanking me but whatever bank balance, like I care. Read more 123 more words
This a wrong bra, I asked for a Veronique 3HC and they sent me a plunge. I thought this will not fit me but does, kinda, cups are way too tall and the bottom of the cups doesn't have projection enough, but is wearable. The cups are TALL, I'm petite but I do have low boobs, the cups almost reach to my collarbone anyway.
It's a pretty bra, but the ribbon are nothing to do with the pink lace, they are orange ¿?, I'm think is a mistake, they look weird.
Alterations: reduced cup, cookie inserts The band is longer than the other 55s I have - I'm wearing it on the 3rd hook of 4 and have a 24.5-25" snug, so hopefully it doesn't stretch too quickly! It's pretty comfy over all, doesn't give any cleavage, but a nice rounded shape instead. The wires are very narrow and cut across the lower outer edge of my tissue everrrr so slightly - the wires seem to curve up earlier than my root does. Apart from that area, the wire sits nicely around the edge of my root.