I seem to be creating a bit of a collection of bras from Comexim! I have a sincere fondness for their brand as it’s one of the very few that is happy to accept customizations from its customers. Any customizations only require that you email and ask for them and even though altered bras are non refundable it is definitely a great service for those of us who know what customizations we need. Customer service can’t get much better than that!
I have spoken before about my challenges with longlines with my Wellfitting longline so going in I knew what my fit issues would be. That being said, I am always up for trying a new bra and finding ways to work around the limitations to my benefit. Due to my pear shape (waist is wider than my underbust) longlines will have the tendency to roll up in the front when I sit. In order to compensate for this, I have found the best strategy to wear without discomfort is to fold the front of the bra up while continuing to have the back pulled down. I appreciate this workaround as I do still get some back fat smoothing from the wider band in the back.
Several bloggers have written that it’s necessary to size up both in band and cup for Comexim which I would also recommend. I asked for a 100G in this bra and I could use about a 1/2 to 3/4 cup size bigger on my larger side as I am on the verge of quadding. This is my usual struggle with asymettry! When one cup fits the other does not but typically I am adding cookie inserts to my smaller side to compensate.
With Comexim bras my preferred cup is the half cup as it fits my shape well compared to the plunge cut. For the record, my shape is pendulous, full on bottom, short/wide roots and soft tissue. I find the plunge cut to be more of a challenge to fit as I tend to end up with empty space at the top of the cups. I can make a plunge work but the size must be spot on for it to be a proper fit.
The detailing on this bra is gorgeous with the red framing the paisley blue/green print. The material looks like it may be a firm cotton but it’s actually a stretchy material that allows the bra to be stretchable. The attention to detail is beautiful!
This particular longline bra can be ordered from Comexim by clicking here. Remember, if you are outside their band sizing, you will need to email to make arrangements to have the bra made in your size. If you prefer a regular plunge bra with fun straps just like this they also have this style available and named Aida. You can find information on Aida by clicking here.
If you are overwhelmed with how to choose your size for Comexim, their staff is very helpful in narrowing down what size should fit you – please be sure to email and ask.
And measurements for the 100G are as follows:
Disclaimer: Comexim provided this bra to me for review. We decided to review a longline so those of you who wear a 38″+ band size can see their longline on my 39″ underbust. All opinions are my own and your mileage may vary.