A full cup bra covers the entire bust to give a great shape and support. A full cup bra is perfect for everyday wear and can offer comfort and support for larger cup sizes.
Balcony bras give a lower coverage than full cup bras and can add shape and uplift to the bust line. This style enables you to wear a lower cut neckline and traditionally has wider set straps giving a wide square neckline.
Whether padded or unpadded, the low coverage of a plunge bra allows you to expose a sexy cleavage. The low centre-front on a plunge bra makes it perfect to wear with low cut tops and dresses.
A minimiser bra will redistribute the breast tissue giving the appearance of a reduced bust size yet will still be comfortable to wear. They are ideal to wear with fitted tops and button-up shirts if you find the fabric a little stretched or the buttons pull.
Non-wired bras provide support and comfort without the use of underwires. The shape this bra gives your bust is less defined than the shape an underwired bra gives. These bras are useful for lounging, sleeping and when pregnant.
Sports bras are designed to reduce breast movement during exercise. Wearing a sports bra also protects the ligaments that support the breast tissue. It is very important to wear the correct size to get the benefits and propper support a sports bra is designed to give.
Depending on the bra, they can be adapted to be a halterneck, racer back or one-strap bra. A multiway bra is a useful addition to any woman's underwear drawer. If you've got the support you need, a multiway bra may also be worn strapless.
T-Shirt bras are also known as smooth or seam-free bras. T-Shirt bras are open padded but they can be unpadded. They are specially designed with a seamless surface for a ridge-free appearance under close-fitting tops.