The back bone of any good wardrobe starts with what’s underneath, the bra. They get the most wear and the majority of the time we don’t give them a second thought once they’re on. Most women have a pretty vast selection of bras in their lingerie drawer, but why do we also wear the same 2 or 3 in rotation? The others may not offer enough support anymore, they looked beautiful in the store but didn’t work with your wardrobe, or they just don’t work with your breast type (yes, that’s a thing). To help solve this remedy this situation, we’ve rounded up a few of the styles that we think should be a staple in every woman’s wardrobe.
The T-Shirt Bra
This one seems obvious, but most women over look this staple bra. The T-shirt bra’s purpose really is invisibility, so you don’t have to worry about lumps and bumps from lace underneath your form fitting tops. And it’s perfect for everyday wear.
The Balconet Bra
Balconette’s are the sexier version of the everyday bra. They gave a natural lift to the girls without any extra padding. Their wide set straps also create a more open neckline, which is ideal for lower cut tops. It’s also a universally flattering silhouette for every shape of breasts.
The Plunge Bra
The plunge bra was designed specifically for a deep-V decolletage in mind. The center gore is made much slimmer to allow for low cut tops and dresses. They are also not as padded as a typical push up, but they do create the illusion of more cleavage.
The Contour Bra
This one can often be confused with a push up, but it’s important to note that they aren’t the same. It comes with molded cups that aren’t necessarily padded. The molded cups add a layer of padding, but without the intention of creating amped-up cleavage. Contours are great for all shapes and sizes!