Choosing the Right Bras
A good bra wardrobe is made up of many different bras, and experienced bra shoppers know that a good t-shirt bra is just as important as your most glamorous set of special evening wear lingerie. But what about everything else? Does your bra wardrobe have a good range of lesser, medium and fuller coverage style bras? Can you open your bra drawer and pull out something for a conservative look to wear in the office, or find a sexy, intimate bra to treat him - or yourself - to a special night indoors? What about a bra that does both?
Choosing the right bras to build your wardrobe can be a fun or stressful experience, all depending on if you are shopping with the right knowledge. Proper fitting, appropriate coverage, closer cut style bras, balcony bras, contour cups, minimizer bras, full cup bras, full figure bras, plunge bras it can all be a bit overwhelming. Depending on who you ask, most bra designers and sellers estimate that somewhere between 70% and 80% of women are wearing the wrong bra size, which is addressed in our fitting guide. But what percent of women don't have the right bra styles in their wardrobe?
Do you know about the woman who always seems to pick the wrong guy, again and again and again? It's similar to how women shop for bras. We buy bras we're comfortable with, or rather are accustomed to buying, severely limiting our options. Part of this is simply not knowing what's out there and what is right for your specific body type. This guide is for the woman who wants to know the distinguishing difference between a demi cup bra and a balcony bra to the woman who's well versed in her bra knowledge but still wants to know how to find the best cut and style for any occasion.
Different bras say different things about you. With the right know how, you should be wearing a bra that makes you feel vivid, comfortable and feminine everyday. Back and neck pain should be a thing of the past - once you find the right styles for you, comfort should always be part of the equation, regardless of what the occasion is, even for plus size bra wearers and full busted women. The right bra can make you lose inches while enhancing the bust line and giving you a silhouette you had five years ago, while the wrong bra can do just the opposite.