Every day you ask yourself: what will I wear? Which bra can be worn with that? We've made a list with some practical tips, as the right bra determines whether your top or dress looks good!
The basic bra is a comfortable bra - your absolute favourite - that every woman would wear every day, if they could. The basic bra is just really comfortable and can be worn under most types of clothing. Some women prefer a seamless T-shirt model, others want a soft bra with underwires or a push-up to add volume to their cleavage. A basic bra, that's the bra that makes you feel confident.
The most feminine material is lace, and the most feminine type of lingerie is the bra. The artistically woven threads are a true eye-catcher and the stretchy, breathing material is a joy to wear. When you say lace you immediately think of Italian and French lingerie brands, but lace bras by hip and young national labels are just as pretty and a great deal more affordable.
The cups of a balconette bra are shaped like a half circle and are a little straighter at the top. This bra is available both with and without padding. The shoulder straps are located a little more to the side. A balconette bra supports the breasts from the side, giving them a natural and full shape. The balconette bra is worn under clothing with a low and/or wide neckline.
A statement bra is a bra that deserves to be seen. A bra with a special, luxurious or distinct back panel. Shoulder straps may sometimes be 'not done', but a striking back panel is all kinds of hip and trendy With a statement bra under your sheer or semi-sheer top you'll feel confident and sexy. You're making a statement, and it won't go unnoticed.
The bralette is usually a bra without underwires, a soft bra that's really comfortable. You can wear this type of bralette if you want to feel dressed and don't really need additional support. Bras with a bust band, sometimes called mini bustier, also fall in the bralette category. Some of them are so very pretty and detailed that you can wear them as outer garments.