Different types of Bra

Different types of Bra

Introduction

A bra or brassiere is a form-fitting undergarment intended to maintain a woman’s breasts. Swimsuits, camisoles, tank tops and backless dresses may be ready with built-in support.Bras are composite clothes ready of several parts. Mainly come in 36 sizes; standards and methods of measurement vary extensively and up to 85 percent of women may be trying the incorrect size. The world’s best-selling bra, as of 2005, was said to be the full-cup “Doreen” by Triumph International in size 36D.

Types of Bra

Adhesive Bra

A bra which adheres to the breasts. It has no straps or bands of any sort and provides small hold up to the breasts.

Adhesive Bra

Bandeau Bra

A usual bra, this is a simple part of material that wraps around the breasts. This bra is fewer supportive and works well for those who have just started to wear one.

Bandeau Bra

Belly Dance Bra

It is normally assumed that a belly dancing bra size is the similar as regular bra size. This is not necessarily so. For example if you usually use a size 32C you may well find that a 34B will fit rather comfortably with a few small adjustments to latch settings since mainly belly dancing bras are intended to cover up very well.

Belly Dance Bra

Bridal Bra/Corset

This bra is so intended so that it shapes the higher part of the body and makes it easier for the bride to well in her marriage outfit.

Bridal Bra Corset

Built-in Bra

Helpful brassiere-like structures on the inside of one more garment, such as a swimming suit or tank top, which give support for the bust without the need for a split bra.

Built-in Bra

Convertible Bra

It has straps which may be separate and rearranged in dissimilar ways depending on the outfit.

Convertible Bra

 

Demi Bra

A half-cup bra style with wide-set straps and a straight bust line. Often seemed or boned, they provide huge cleavage and a frame-like effect.

Demi Bra

Front Closure Bra

Bras that have closures, generally hooks and eyes, on the front rather than at the reverse. These bras lie totally flat at the back under clothes.

Front Closure Bra

Full Support Bra

This is a normal wear bra that provides support and coverage to whole breasts and hides the cleavage as well.

Full Support Bra

Mastectomy Bra

Especially intended for those who have undergone mastectomy for breast tumour, these hold the prosthesis at place.

Mastectomy Bra

Male Bra

Bras worn by men with Gynecomastia, typically to level and hide rather than raise and support.

Male Bra

Maternity Bra

These are particularly intended for expecting women who may have changing breast sizes in the course of their pregnancy.

Maternity Bra

Minimiser Bra

Minimiser Bra is generally worn to reduce the bust size and is apt for women with at least 34C and over sizes.

Minimiser Bra

Novelty Bra

Intended more for show and sensuality than for purpose. They may comprise unusual materials, such as leather, coconuts or be unusual in design.

Novelty Bra

Nursing Bra

These are particularly intended for mothers who are in the nursing stage.

 

 

Padded Bra

This one has additional padding in the cups and worn to give volume to smaller breasts.

 

Peephole Bras

This one comes in the variety of exotic lingerie designs and has holes in the cups so as to create the nipples visible or stick out through the dress.

 

Push-up Bra

Structured so that the breasts are lifted and placed earlier together to improve the cleavage.

 

Racer back Bra

Have shoulder straps that come over the shoulder in a V pattern very close to the neckline. This design is sometimes worn in strapless dresses or tops where usual straps would be very obviously exposed.

 

Shelf Bra

A shelf bra is also recognized as a platform bra, quarter-cup bra or couples bra. It has underwire and supports from underneath.

 

Soft cup Bra

This bra has cups that are a little padded with spongy foam with no underwire and rely on the support of the under band.

 

Sport Bra

This bra is worn by sports women as the straps join at the back giving superior support and making the shoulder movement much easier.

 

Strapless Bra

As the name indicates this doesn’t have straps and is typically supported by the under band that closes at the back or front.

 

T-shirt Bra

Intended without raised seams, so that a taut t-shirt may be worn without the bra being visible.

 

Trainer Bra

intended for youthful girls who have begun to increase breasts but have yet to be measured ‘developed’ sufficient to allow for a standard-sized bra to fit correctly.

 

 U-plunge Bra

The U plunge bra is a speciality bra that is intended for actually low cut necklines. There are the smallest you can get in the front and still be wearing a bra.

 

Underwire Bra

This one is meant for superior support and endurance as it has an underwire stitched in the cloth under the cups so as to keep the breasts at the place.

 

Vintage Bra

A type of full support bra with cups in the shape of a paraboloid of rebellion with its axis upright to the breast.

 

Water Bra

Bras which have water or silicone gel-filled cups to make your breasts look big.

 

Balconette bra

This one creates a great square with the straps and is typically preferred for low cut tops and dresses.

 

Contour / molded cup bra

A contour or molded cup bra means the cups have been shaped by machine to fit the figure of your breasts.

 

Convertible / Multiway bra

This has removable straps that can be rearranged in diverse ways as per your outfit.Convertible bras are a must to own.

 

Plunge bra

This bra has cups that are far-away from each other and join together low with a thin middle part. These are worn for low necklines.

 

Stick-on / adhesive bra

These stick to the breasts and do not have the straps providing little support to the breasts. These are typically disposable ones made of paper and silicone ones can be used time and again.

 

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