16 types of bras every woman should know


Nelly Wadia, June 20, 2021

Types of bras that women should choose  By AbElena |  www.shutterstock.com

Types of bras that women should choose By AbElena | www.shutterstock.com

I know this may seem so on the subject because the best thing that could have happened to women is over. The pandemic has allowed us to live free, free from pain and the sting of our bras. Pre-pandemic, the best part of our day would be coming home and taking off our bras, right? But the truth is that we need bras in our lives, they are like our best friends who support our bodies.

Some of the biggest mistakes we make are choosing the wrong size and that can cause a lot of problems. Sometimes we don’t even know which bras to pair with which outfit. So if you want a list of all the different styles and what they’re best for, scroll down.

Here is a list of bras you must have:

1) Balconette bra

This style partially covers the breasts but offers a natural lift and enhances the cleavage. However, this bra offers much less coverage, making it more suitable for women with small to medium breasts.

Balconette

Balconette

When to use it:

These bras are feminine and sexy, so best worn on a date under dresses with low necklines. But it is a style that can also be worn regularly.

2) Dip bra

This bra is perfect for outfits with very deep and pronounced necklines, hence the name. These come available with fill and some amount of outline. These also enhance cleavage in a natural way.

Immersion

Immersion

When to use it:

Wear it with formal tops and dresses with plunging necklines.

3) with underwire

This bra has a thin semi-circular wire that is sewn into the bra cups. This bra offers lift, shape and support to create a sharp silhouette. Even though these are the best types of bras for support, wearing the wrong bra can cause horrible discomfort.

Hoops

Hoops

When to use it:

These bras come in all kinds of bra styles and can be worn every day with everything in case you prefer the added support. All you have to do is find the correct size and the ring won’t dig into your skin.

4) wireless

This bra does not have the metal underwire on the cups, so it relies on its straps to support the breasts. These bras are mostly stretchy and easy to move. Again, all styles of bras can be wireless in nature.

Without cables

Without cables

When to use it:

This bra can be worn anywhere and with anything. However, I would avoid wearing them on formal occasions because they won’t have the lift you need to make the outfit feel like a glove on your body.

5) Bralette

This style is mostly used for special occasions because they are lacy in nature or some kind of unique design. They can be worn with blazers and pants and easily double as outerwear. These bras don’t have cups or wires, so they don’t offer enough support.

Bralette

Bralette

When to use it:

This can be visibly worn under a see-through top, under plunging neckline tops, or under blazers. Basically, it can be styled with just about anything if you want to use it creatively.

6) Demi-cup

The half cup style is similar to a balconette bra but offers a bit more coverage. It has the comfort of a t-shirt bra and gives your breasts a natural look. These bras have a lightweight lining that follows the natural shape of the breasts.

Demi Cup

Demi Cup

When to use it:

These bras are best worn with any tank top or tight top.

7) Longline

A longline bra is like a corset in that it can extend from the waist to the hips for added support. Some are designed to help shape the waist.

Long line

Long line

When to use it:

These bras are designed for a variety of occasions, especially for wedding dresses.

8) No filler

Pretty self-explanatory, as the name suggests, these bras have no padding. These bras will show the natural shape of your breasts and nipples and are less bulky under clothing.

Not padded

Not padded

When to use it:

These bras can be worn anytime, anywhere, it just has to be the right one for you.

9) push up

A push-up bra is used to lift the breasts. Honestly, this is the most widely used bra in the world because it makes your breasts appear larger than they are. They are available in wired and wireless options, full coverage, and demi as well.

Push up

Push up

When to use it:

Women with heavy breasts often tend to avoid these bras for obvious reasons, but they also wear them when looking for better support because bras push the breasts up from the bottom. This bra will give you a great cleavage, so you can wear it every day or only on special occasions.

10) Paste

This is a strapless and backless bra with adhesive to stick on the breasts. All you have to do is peel off the protective film and lift your breasts and glue from the bottom pulling up to get the desired lift you need.

Paste

Paste

When to use it:

You can wear this when you have a strapless backless outfit. However, it does not offer enough support for people with larger breasts. It is mainly used for formal occasions or parties.

11) Sports bra

It is used primarily for vigorous activity to support the breasts and back. Ensures a snug fit and reduces the amount of bounce from the breasts.

sports

sports

When to use it:

It is used when exercising, whether in a run, in a gym, yoga studio, etc.

12) T-shirt bra

A t-shirt bra is a must-have item for all women due to its seamless cups that give one a smooth appearance under their tight tops. These bras are also incredibly comfortable.

T-shirt

T-shirt

When to use it:

With a T-shirt, of course, or any tight blouse.

13) strapless

As the name suggests, this bra is strapless, but offers the same support as a regular bra. These bras often have underwire to support the weight of the breasts and come with a silicone or rubber lining that prevents the bra from slipping or tipping over.

Strapless

Strapless

When to use it:

A strapless bra is another wardrobe must-have because it’s perfect for those elegant occasions where the style of dressing is a bit more complicated. It would require you to wear a bra that does the outfit justice, so make sure it has a seamless look under your clothes, that the band doesn’t slip and roll your breasts, that it supports the weight of your breasts, and that the underwire doesn’t. make. dig into your sides.

14) Convertible bra

If you are looking for a versatile bra, this is perfect for you. The straps of this bra can be detached from both ends and can be reattached in many ways to suit the type of outfit being worn.

Convertible

Convertible

When to use it:

The best part about this bra is that it can be transformed to look like many styles to match your outfit or mood. All you have to do is change the straps and you have a multipurpose bra.

15) Maternity bra

A maternity bra is different from a nursing bra. This bra is designed to accommodate the fluctuating size of a pregnant woman’s breasts during her pregnancy. So these bras are made from stretch fabric and come with extra support and adjustable straps and back zippers.

Maternity

Maternity

When to use it:

This bra is best for when you enter your first trimester and start making milk and when you continue to breastfeed after giving birth.

16) Cross back bra

This particular bra forms a X shape between the shoulder blades on the back. Offers support and helps distribute the weight of the breasts.

Racerback

Racerback

When to use it:

This bra is ideal for when you wear gunjees or clothes with a halter cut because of its understated style, it works better than normal styles.

What are some of the bras that you wear? Let me know in the comments below.

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