A bra may not be seen by everyone but it is a very important part of your outfit, an ill-fitting bra can make your outfit look awkward and ill-fitted and make you feel uncomfortable!
Therefore it is very important to know which type of bra should you pair with different styles of shirts.
Which Bra to wear with different Tops? Bra Guide!
T-Shirt–> T-shirt Bra
T-shirt bras are bras that may be worn under a fitting t-shirt without the bra seams showing through the t-shirt, giving the complete outfit a seamless appearance. T-shirt bras have a molded cup that gives them a seamless appearance and makes them excellent for fitting garments.
It’s a crop-top-style bra that’s a cross between a sports bra and a lace bra, but without the hook and eye clasp. It’s essentially a pull-on with, more often than not, no underwire! It’s a more upscale version of a bra that also serves as a top. Talk about getting your money’s worth.
Strap Top–> Strapless Bra
A Strapless Bra, as the name implies, is a bra with no straps that can be worn beneath clothes with no shoulder straps, such as a bandeau dress or a tube top. Strapless bras have a love-hate connection with the majority of women.
Yet again, a strapless bra. Camisole tops have a very thin strap and hence have a nature of showing straps of bra worn underneath hence wearing a strapless bra is the best option.
Backless–> Adhesive Bra
Stick-on bras, also known as adhesive bras, are backless bras that use a medical-grade adhesive to cling to the underside of the breasts. They’re often made of acrylic or silicone adhesive on a polyurethane, cloth, or non-woven carrier.
Deep-V –> Plunge Bra
The angled cups of a plunge bra are centered on the deep V gore and are usually cushioned. This bra gives the appearance of larger busts by pressing the breasts together and forming a deep line of cleavage down the middle for a hot, sensual, sexual yet natural effect.
Remember this guide the next time you put together your outfits!
Blog by: Priya Grover
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