The cups on a balcony bra, also known as a balconette bra, end just where the breast swells out from the chest, covering the nipples but lifting the top half of your breasts up. A balcony bra, or balconette bra, normally provides one half to three fourths the coverage of a full cup bra and the straps of a balcony bra are set wider apart than most bras.
A balcony bra has less coverage than a demi bra, and the visual effect is somewhat similar to a push up bra but with a more natural, separated look and a lower cut. A balcony bra gives the appearance of your breasts being pushed up, creating cleavage in tops that's appropriate for lower cut necklines on shirts, blouses and dresses.
Because of the versatility in balcony bras - the ability to be worn with most tops and the sexy style of balcony bra designs - these bras have easily become one of the most popular bra styles. Many bra designers contribute to this cause, creating a versatile amount of styles and designs of balcony bras.
Fantasie, Freya and Panache offer many great, elegant balconette bras throughout their collections, such as the Panache SuperBra Carnation Underwire Balconette Bra 3311 featuring a bold floral design and underwire. Some balcony bras offer slightly fuller coverage, like the Panache Underwire Balconette Bra 3251, while others offer less for very low cut style tops and more cleavage. You can take advantage of all of our balcony bra styles.