Category: Bra Types

Nursing & Maternity Bras

Nursing bras, like the name suggests, are the best brasseries for women with babies. They provide the desired support and are characterized by wide bands velvety cups. They will also come with flaps, which are easy to open for child feeding. They sometimes also feature a material that stretches to accommodate growth once the baby

Wireless Bra

Wireless bras, also known as soft cups are common with women who love versatile types, but hate underwire. The wired types have a tendency of digging into the skin, which can get quite irritating if not painful. Wireless bras bring out the best in style and sexiness by providing a plethora of styles you can

Convertible Bra

Convertible bra types are versatile, and they can be used in a variety of ways, considering how the straps can be rearranged. Buying one will serve you differently as a halter, a strapless, a racerback or even a demi brasserie. They come with sets of straps that can be attached to different hooks either at

Longline Bras

Longline brassieres are characterized by bands that extend down the torso and possibly lower for full coverage. They are the best choice for women looking to evenly distribute the breasts to significantly reduce the stress on the shoulders as well as the back. Longline bras make one look better and classy with some clothes. They

Seamless Bra

They are also known as molded bras, and they are made with only a piece of fabric that have no seams and have predetermined foam-based shape that follows a breast’s contours. They do not add any fullness to the breasts or provide much of support like a full coverage or demi bra would. They are,

Sports Bra

Any woman engaged in a physical activity needs a sports bra; otherwise, unnecessary pain will abound. Although the choice of these bra types depends on the intensity of the workout, most of them have the required strength, especially if your bust size is big. Sports bras often have thick straps built in cups and are


A bralette is perhaps one of the simplest ever made bra, and probably the only technical characteristic it holds are the laces. Where most bras were built to be hidden under garments, a bralette has a design that can be worn visibly. The bra has no padding, comes with no underwire, and may come as

Strapless Bra

Strapless bras, as the name suggests, have a design that features no straps. Adhesive bras are good examples of strapless brass; the only difference is that they do not have bands of any sort and are stuck on the boobs for support and concealment. Strapless bras have a more structured and sophisticated backs bands with

Racerback Bra

Racerback bras are characterized by straps that hover, not on the arm like regular bras, but around the collarbone. The bras, however, should not be confused with T-shirts, tops, tanks, and dresses with racerback necklines. The straps holding these bras in place cross each other at the back in a V pattern. Although most of

T-shirt Bras

T-shirt bras, also known as seamless or contoured bras, have a beautiful design that works well in concealing your breasts without having to make your inner secrets too visible. They are built with light pads and polyfill with others featuring sleek foams ideal for amazing shapes and nipple coverage. The mold protection and the underwire