Every good wardrobe needs a good collection of bras. It is this basic piece that we get the most use out of everyday and something that we pay least attention to. Despite owning atleast 20 pairs we end up wearing the same 2-3 one every time. But how many of these are actually the ones you need? Here are some type of bras you should definitely have in your closet.
The T-shirt Bra – This is probably the style you wear the most. Being one of the most comfortable bras out there, the T-shirt bra is minimalistic in its design. What’s amazing is that it is the best for everyday wear and works well with every breast shape. Its function is to stay invisible and avoid bumps, lumps and slips. A nude t-shirt bra is a must in every woman’s closet.
A Sports Bra – Whether you work out or not, a sports bra is another must have piece in your closet. From being a girl’s first trainer bra to fashion’s most fun and athletic piece, the sports bra has come a long way. The racer back straps increase support and reduce the bounce of the breasts during physical activities. Always remember to buy sports bras that suit your workout and provide proper support even for walking.
The Bandeau/Strapless Bra – These are very essential for those times when you need to wear strapless tops, low armholes or deep necklines. Bandeau bras don’t offer as much support as the strapped ones but are definitely saviours in sticky situations. Lately some also have a little built in support or boning on the side so that’s a perk right?
The Push Up Bra – For generations, women have achieved the perfect cleavage, thanks to the push up bra. They are essentially underwired bras with some extra padding at the bottom or the sides to push up and make your assets look more appealing. From basic solids to lacy numbers, push up bras are the epitome of sexy.
The Plunge Bra – These are known for the deep V shape they create. They have angled cups and a narrow centre gore to create the appearance of an increased cleavage. They often have an underwire and sit comfortably underneath that plunging neckline. It is very essential to remember that plunge bras are not push up bras and are not as heavily padded. So go ahead, get your deep neck dress out of its cover and give it a spin!