The Lingerie Diaries
The Definitive Guide for the Right Bra Type
The Balconette Bra
Offers strong support from the bottom by creating an upward push that enhances the appearance of the cleavage. The straps are wider so that more of the breast and shoulder area is exposed.
The Convertible Bra
Comes with an exciting option to detatch the straps and have hooks to reattach in different ways. It can be converted into a classic bra shape, halter neck, crossover back, strapless, low back, and many more.
The Push-up Bra
Pushes the breast up, giving an extra lift and keeps them together as well. The straps are further apart to give the best cleavage possible.
The Sports Bra
Provides additional support to breasts during physical exercises. Sturdier than the typical bras, it minimizes breast movement, alleviates discomfort, and reduces potential damage to breast ligaments.
The Minimizer Bra
Designed to make the breasts appear to be smaller, it shapes and redistributes the tissue to make your breast area look streamlined and smooth without feeling over-tight.
The Plunge Bra
Designed to wear low cut clothes without your bra showing. The cups join together low between the breasts, with a thin center piece. The wider shoulder straps are best for wearing apparel with broad necklines.
The Nursing Bra
Comes with easy options for timely breastfeeding, along with supporting the breast perfectly. Some of its key features are wide opening, soft fabric, wide & padded straps, and maintaining skin tightening
The Maternity Bra
Designed to comfortably support your growing breasts during pregnancy, it comes with wider straps, a soft cotton lining, extra hooks and eyes on the band to offer you maximum comfort.