Man this is a gorgeous bra! I've had my eye on it for a long time, and I finally received it (I ordered this almost 2 months ago). It's definitely much more supportive than her 3DM cut and the cups are pretty deep and narrow. I would say that this style runs small, because I typically wear a 55FF and this fits me pretty well in a 55G (although the cups are slightly taller than I'd prefer). The wings on this style are very tall and the straps are wideset (and also just pretty wide for the size range). The fabric on SM has no stretch, so choosing the correct size is important. The top lace is fairly firm and may cut in on FoT breasts. The band for me is true to size, and I don't see a reason to size up from your normal band size. I love this one!
So I got this bra from Petite Collegiate a couple months back, and I have to say I don't wear it as often as I thought I would. There are two main reasons for this: one, the band is quite snug (it is a 55/26, after all, and I don't always feel like wearing a super firm band), and two, there's a bit of in-cup quadding that happens. I think this is because the horizontal seam has sewn the mesh to be tighter than its usual tension on the rest of the cup. Other than these two factors, I really do like it. I always wear it on ...the loosest set of hooks, the wires are a great width for me, the gore tacks, it gives me great cleavage, it has a good aesthetic, etc. On a scale of 1-10 for immediate projection at the wire, this bra is probably between a 4-6. It's definitely not the worst, but it's not the best (not that I need tons of immediate projection anyway). The straps are set on the wide side, I'd say, but that doesn't usually bother me. The cup-strap connection is wide and could definitely be a problem for others in terms of rubbing the armpits, but that's just another thing I've gotten used to TBH. It's not a deal-breaker for me, and if I were to order from Comexim (and not just buy them secondhand), I probably wouldn't go out of my way to request moved in straps. Read more 143 more words