March 28th, 2017
There once was a time when all bras looked pretty much alike and you only bought a new when that one was dead. Those days are long gone. Most women have a literal bra collection in their draws. Bras are made in every conceivable color and design. You can a bra for every occasion. You can have the bras you wear to work, the bras you work out in, and the bras you wear for leisure or out on town. A woman could even have a bra for every outfit she owns, and many have. In the last twenty-five years or so there has been an explosion in the production of all sorts of style of bras. They are based around what the ladies are wearing on the outside.
With the trendy form-fitting baby doll tees that are out there today have sparked the nipple hiding bras. The razorback bras were inspired the women's love of spaghetti strap dresses and tanks. The cleave showing shirts of the times today have produced a boom in padded and push up styled bras to accentuate the bosom. The development technology truly helped to bring this boom of bra types to the forefront. The bra wars were then born from all the manufacturers trying to gain lead in the always-expanding market. Fabric and designs have improved so much and become so much more sophisticated. The manufacturers are racing each other to produce "exclusive" lines that no one else has thought of. The fashion side of bra design has taken over. The majority of women want support and comfort as well as a bra that looks fashionable and sexy. This is where the advances in technology come into play.
With the huge explosion in fashion type lingerie there has been a rise in new generation boutiques. These are independent labels that fill a niche gap in designer alternatives in bras to the mainstream brands. So you want to look sexy and still remain comfortable in your bras. With all the designs that are out there today who needs diets, and/or girdles to look and feel great in your clothes. All you really need is an awesome bra. There are five bra essentials that every woman should own. If you want more that is great, but you have to have the five essentials. You will be able to do the work clothes, evening, to the weekend outfits and be perky and comfortable. You will always look fabulous and never have to worry about what to wear.
The seamless T-shirt bra is a must for all ladies. It has molded cups of extremely thin foam that provides shape and support. This bra works wonders for those women who have uneven breasts as well and makes the nipple look invisible through the clothing. This bra does not have lace, ruffles, or any other details that would show through a light T-shirt or smooth sweater. The best perk is that it is seamless and so not visible to the viewer through the clothing. People would never even know you are wearing it. This is truly a great everyday bra to have.
The strapless bra is such a versatile necessity in any undergarment wardrobe. This bra can take you from work outfits to strapless dresses, tiny-strapped shirts, or any other type of ensemble. They provide great support and some even come with removable straps for when you need them. The key to wearing a strapless bra successfully is to make sure it stays put with out leaving marks on your rib cage. Security is what you are looking for in this type of bra. Many companies have the invisible elastic reinforcement to help the bra stay in place and not be too tight.
The deep plunge bra is great for the shirt or dress with the plunging neckline. These usually are not padded and usually forego some of the more traditional fabrics that usually hold the cups together. This will keep the bra from peeking out of those low plunging neckline or extremely low-cut tops.
The push-up bra does exactly what it says. It pushes the girls up and in to give that extra cleavage and sexy look. This bra can be worn with any type or shirt or sweater and look absolutely fabulous. You can get any type of fabric with or with out lace or mesh.
The T-back bra is a must for all warm weather wardrobes. These are a best fit for under tank tops and sleeveless dresses and shirts. This keeps the straps from being visible with lighter strapped attire. The type that clasps in the front offers the most support