We’ve got everything for you – including full-cup bras and push-ups – so you can choose the right bra for you. This list will help you find the right bra for you.
1. Triangle Bra
Triangular bras are the most well-known style. They get their name because of their triangular-shaped cups. They don’t have much coverage and are often not underwired. They’re not very supportive and are better suited to small busts. These bras can also be used as a lightweight, or as a sleep bras, for larger busts.
2. Balcony Bra
Balconette bras also called balconette bras can be used to lift your bust. These bras are designed to lift from the cup. They’re ideal for people with low breasts and/or a lack of fullness in their breasts. They can also be used if there’s a gap in your cleavage. This will make your boobs appear more close together. Be sure to ensure the wiring is flat across your chest. If the bra starts lifting, try a larger size. The padded style will be more beneficial for smaller busts than the one for larger ones. Balcony bras look feminine and rounder because of their low-cut shape. They can be worn with a square neckline or scooped neckline. It’s similar in style to the top push-up bras. However, it is much more comfortable.
3. Plunge Bra
Plunge bras can be worn with deep-V necklines and provide minimal coverage. These cups are angled and pushed from the sides to create impressive cleavage. The wiring is located lower than a balcony style and doesn’t extend as far into the centre, making them more comfortable. Because of their narrow, wide-set straps, they are one of the best bras for making narrow shoulders appear wider.
4. Full Cup Bra
Full-cup bras are the most supportive and provide high coverage. It is also a good idea to have the straps a bit closer together than your typical bra. Full-cup bras look great on larger breasts. Full-cup bras may feel a little too big for small or smaller breasts. Full-cup bras are functional by nature. So make sure to look out for beautiful patterns and intricate lace details.
5. Strapless Bra
The selling point of a bra with no straps is obvious. Although they might be easier to conceal underneath clothes, wire free bras can be uncomfortable. If you want a bra that doesn’t pinch, an inch or pinch your body all day, make sure to look for built-in boning and silicone stripes. A wide back strap will also help to smooth out any bumps or lumps. However, some strapless bras can cause a reduction in breast size. Underwiring and padding will be enough to combat this. Don’t forget: Not all strapless bras are equal. This is why we tested the most popular strapless bras.
6. T-Shirt Bra
T-shirt bras are sleek and seamless. They can be worn underneath form-fitting clothing. Moulded cups fit all bust sizes. This helps to even out different sizes of boobs. If this sounds like you, make sure your T-shirt Bra is at the largest part of your breasts. T-shirt-bras are available in many styles such as push-ups or balconies and can be fitted with padding or wiring. You can get them in neutrals, such as black and white, to maximize your cost per wear.
7. Sports Bra
The most comfortable sports bras are designed to hold your boobs together to reduce unwanted bounce. These bras are available in all sizes, regardless of whether your bust is A or K. Cross-strap and thick racer bras offer extra support to relieve the strain on your back. The sports bras will fit snugger than average bras, so it might take some time to get used.