Bra Review: Comexim Poison Ivy 3HC, 60HH

For those keeping track, this is the second Poison Ivy bra I own.  What can I say, I’m in love with the aesthetics.  Due to recent weight loss, the Poison Ivy Plunge is quite a bit too tall in the cups now, so I decided to re-order it in the 3HC pattern.  I don’t have a lot new to say about the fit, as it’s pretty identical to all the other Comexim 3HCs I own.  But it’s truly stunning to look at 🙂

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The biggest difference visually between this half cup and the plunge is that the forest green lace covers the entire cup, rather than leaving a rose-beige top section like the plunge does.  Personally, I love this.  I have a serious soft spot for green lingerie, and the shade is rich.  It also sets this bra apart – the two cuts look just enough different from each other that it justifies keeping both of them 😉

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The fit is great and what I’ve come to expect from Comexim.  Narrow wires and good bottom projection.  This particular half cup seems to minimize my shape more than other 3HCs, and I can’t put my finger on why.  The band is on the tight size of TTS, but if it’s like my plunge it will stretch quickly.

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Much like my plunge, I feel like an enchanted forest fairy wearing this bra.  The subtle hint of cleavage, wonderful lift and shape, and the color all combine to make Poison Ivy remain at the top of my “favorite bras” list.  I really have never seen its equal.

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Look at the intricate pattern on that lace!  Comexim pays so much attention to the details.  I love the sparkly C charm on the gore, the bows, the and pinkish beige shade of the cups and wings.

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What do you think?  What are your favorite Comexim bras?

Thanks for stopping by!  More reviews to come this week. 🙂 Have a fantastic Tuesday lovelies!

6 thoughts on “Bra Review: Comexim Poison Ivy 3HC, 60HH

  1. Wow, that’s really pretty. When you ask them to make it in a half cup pattern, do you just write in English in the comment box that you would like it to be a 3HC?

  2. This is GORGEOUS! I love how it came out. It’s so interesting, the way the pattern changed to accommodate its construction under a different cut. I love it! The 3HC really is the way to go.

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