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Bra styles to suit you

21 August 2023

Bras have been around since the late 19th century they are a part of our everyday wardrobe. Today there are many styles to choose from, with each style offering different attributes and benefits. You will probably find that you need at least two or three styles to suit different outfits and occasions. Bras are worn for a variety of purposes, for support, to improve the shape of breasts, to reduce or to enlarge breast size, to restrain breast movement during exercise, to enhance their cleavage or to facilitate nursing. From everyday comfort to more plunging sexier options bra styles can play a very important part in how we feel, when you find the correct style in your size you will feel comfortable and confident, that is why it is important to find the right style for you and your wardrobe. Balconette Balconette styles have a straight bust line and wide set straps, designed to give a push up effect these bras are usually underwired. Plunge With angled cups and a thin centre gore, the plunge bra is ideally suited for low cut tops as it creates a great cleavage Full cup Covering most of the breast area, the full cup bra offers support rather than uplift. Sports bras For ladies who take part in any physical activity. The sports bra ensures that while you move your breast don’t. Sports bras come in different impact levels suitable for different sports. T-Shirt Absent from lace and ornamentation, the t-shirt bra is designed to be invisible under tight fitting clothing. They are usually often smooth, seam free and moulded Multiway This bra usually has detachable straps which can be attached in positions enabling you to wear the bra underneath strappy, back less or halter neck tops.
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