This size fits me much better than the last one I tried. I do feel after wearing French bras that it feels industrial putting it on. The gore makes itself known but thankfully is short enough it doesn’t sit on tissue. The cups are slightly too wide and slightly shallow, I get minor slipping through the day. It fits though. All my bras basically are slightly too wide. The cup is open enough it fits regardless of time of month.
Excellent bra that gives a nice rounded shape. Thin mesh allows it to be worn under most fabrics. The mesh is a bit uncomfortable but because it's sturdy it gives great shape and support. I have some overflow on my larger side, but not enough to go up a cup. Great for narrow rooted breasts with projection. Would repurchase again in size 60HH as the band is too big.
This bra is sooooooo sexy. So sheer. So elegant. So hot.
I typically wear a 65FF/70F in all EM styles (though in the very open top styles (eg SM Wrozka) I can fit a 65F/70E because they are designed for FOT/tall boobs and mine are quite short/FOB). It's a perfect fit if I put my shoulders back. If I slouch, the cups wrinkle just a hair at the top. This could be due to my short boobs - I struggle to fill out the tops of tall/open bras. I would say the cups are a hair bigger than my 65FF SM Ty Wiesz (which is the utmost perfect fit). ...This bra creates a fairly neutral shape - not as uplifted as the EM padded styles, not as front/center/rounded as cleo, and not as natural/pointed as unlined freya. Nice low gore too.
Unfortunately, I lost this bra in a train station (true story). I cried and am desperately looking for a replacement in 70F or 65FF. This bra was a staple in my rotation and nothing else can fill its spot. Read more 72 more words
This bra is comfy. It's hard for me to describe just how different in approach this bra is to most G+ bras I've tried. It is highly supportive and structured, to the point that I could tell I was in for something new just wigging into the cups. They are very well-suited for my body. The bra has a great amount of projection -- this is the first time my full-on-bottom, narrow, projected boobs have made it to the bottom of something that gives plunge-ish cleavage. The feeling of this bra reminds me of cantilever. My entire body shape looks different, because the bra doesn't allow my ...boobs to touch the outer wall of my torso as much. I swear I'm seeing portions of my torso that I haven't seen since I got boobs in the first place.
This bra makes my boobs look amazing, and the bra stays unerringly in my IMF. I think this is the first time I've seen myself in an unlined bra (even with them being the vast majority of what I've worn since I was 14) and saw it as possibly sexy. This is probably because the bra is so sheer, and is cut in such a way that my nipples don't line up with the seams. It hasn't been a problem because of the way the bra fits on me, though. The mesh is sheerer than most unlined British bras, and is a lot like the Freya Ooh La La. Also, unlike the higher cup sizes in some British brands, this high level of sheerness is maintained in higher cup sizes like my own.
I'm pleasantly surprised by the fit. I was grasping in the dark with what to get, but I got lucky: this bra has 4 rows of 3 hooks each, which is perfect for my situation. I ended up in this 70H, which fits me well when I put it on the tightest possible setting. The sister size that would fit me is a 65HH. In other bras, I wear a 65J (Samanta A925), or 30H (Tutti Rouge Nichole). I could maybe do with a 65J, since it seems like I'm close to quadboobing on my larger boob, but it seems like everything's okay for now.
I didn't find that I had issues with strap wideness or the placement of anything, even though a lot of bras in my size have proved troublesome for that in the past. The wires of this bra are narrow and sit right where my narrow boobs end, without venturing into my armpits. Read more 318 more words
I wish this still fit me, but oh well! It's sooo purdy. I bought this used at a low price and Hubby loved it, but it's too small now. It was used as a bedroom bra a few times for me. Most of its use was by its prior owner.
I ordered this because my correct size, 65H, is special order and I thought the sister size, not special order, might work instead. I was pleasantly surprised that the straps were narrower set than my 65H SM. The band was a bit big, as expected, but the cups were also a bit big, which was odd. I liked the narrower wires than the 65H, but it seemed like there was a bit less immediate projection. My centre fullness had the same issues with the bottom of the cup that I have in the 65H, but this is worse.
Otherwise, quality, shape, and fit are all standard and lovely!
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
This is a lovely, lightweight, sexy-sheer bra with magic built in. The magic is how it can be so filmy - Black Mist is its name in English - and yet so supportive! Although I have now sized out of it, when it fit I was amazed at how I couldn't even feel it on yet there was perfect lift, separation, and natural (not Cleo-softball) rounding. Its all in the construction. The straps attach with a kind of fabric triangle for comfort and support, and may help create the more natural side profile. Nice and narrow, but not in an authoritarian way as others have noted. Flat seams. ...It has excellent immediate projection, but I think the apex is a little low for my even fullness, even height roots. My nipples hit above the seam unless I reverse-swoop & scoop, although the top of the cup didn't cut in, there's a little flex there, or maybe the wires are just wide enough toward the top sides. The material, as light as it is, is very firm; no stretch at all. And it looks great - elegant, sophisticated, very grown-up sexy. Its not super silky comfortable, mesh can be a little scratchy. But it breathes - I got it from a Bratabase user last fall to put away for summer and over winter I grew (#@!!*) so I never got to wear it more than a few times.. I'm going to be on the lookout for this lovely in a larger size! Read more 144 more words