Guys, I think I’ve found my absolute perfect white v-neck bra. It gives amazing cleavage, hides under thin shirts, and has low coverage cups that allow for any neckline. The color is a fairly close match to my skin tone for once, and the seams lay fairly flat under clothing. The styling is adorable, especially for a basic, caramel colored bra that goes under T-shirts. This is one of the most projected and narrow bras on the planet and is incredibly comfy. Ahh, so much love for this one.
So this particular bra is a 65E. The CH shape is related to the CHP shape I reviewed earlier, but it is a bit narrower and more projected. It is designed to bring breasts entirely to the front, and does an admirable job of doing so. I think the CH shape is ever so slightly better suited to me than the CHP shape. The cups are only 4.5 inches (11.4 cm) wide, which is very, very narrow at this size. I actually had to bend the wire slightly wider on my larger side to get a better fit. The cups are about 8.5 inches (21.6 cm) deep and are intended to be a true half cup. My nipples sit right about at the white trim of the cup, so if you have very high set nipples be warned that they may pop out. This does cause a bit more jiggle than I typically experience, so this is not a bra for any sort of active work.
Man I love this bra! The cups provide a lot of uplift and rounding, and the gore is nice and low in this size at 1.9 inches (4.8 cm). The fabric has a lovely, subtle crosshatch pattern and I love the button details that take the place of the bow.There are two vertical seams in the cups and there are removable pads to correct asymmetry. I am wearing the pads in the photos as the cups were a tad too open on the top for me without them. This style would be very tall root friendly as the cups do not close off in any way. They act more like a titty-shelf, which I love. The straps on CH Karmelki (and CH bras in general are very wide-set, but I don’t find them too uncomfortable. The straps are thin and fully adjustable, which makes it perfect for summer shirts. The wires on the cups do not come up very tall on the sides, which makes this bra fairly friendly to my armpits.
So here you can see just how narrow and projected this beauty is. The shape is quite rounded even though it is projected. There is room for considerable immediate projection, and I would imagine this style would be very friendly to soft tissue. The wires are bendable, but I would not recommend this style if you don’t have narrow roots.
So on to the biggest surprise of this bra, the band! Even though it’s supposed to be a 65, I found it to fit my 24 inch ribcage very well. The band stretches to 27.5 inches (69.9 cm), so I would recommend sister sizing up for this particular model. So on to the biggest test for a carmel colored bra!CH Karmelki hides itself admirably well under a crappy white V-neck (and also gives amazing Y cleavage). The white trim and seams can be seen ever so slightly, but I don’t find it too much. In comparison to Comexim Basic, I think CH Karmelki has the edge.
This shirt really is see through and incredibly thin, so I’m very impressed. You can see the horizontal seams slightly better in this photo/
From the side, CH Karmelki gives a lovely rounded shape. It definitely is not minimizing in any way, so if you are self-conscious about the size of your breasts this may not be the style for you. It’s very much a “good-boob-day” bra for when you want the girls on display. It definitely gives me the Jessica Rabbit feeling!
Anyways, overall I’m thrilled at the results of this purchase. I think the CH style will work best for very projected and narrow ladies looking for low coverage. If you’re looking at one online, order up a band size from your usual. It gives impressive cleavage and works as a T-shirt bra, so I think this will become a favorite. I’d definitely be interested in acquiring more bras in this style!
Curvy Wordy: 70J
Obsessed with Breasts: 60JJ
Lingerie Abstracts: 70GG