Originally, I started this blog as a fashion and beauty-themed one. But, I soon began to write about many other aspects of life. Somehow the fashion side of things got a little neglected. But, recently, I have been working to rectify that situation, so am back producing more clothing related pieces.
Today’s post is all about underwear and lingerie. Specifically bras, without a good one you are never going to look your best. So, you need to take the time to track down a good one from somewhere like simplybe.co.uk. Shopping with a retailer that has over 900 different types in stock makes it a lot easier to find what you need.
If you want to wear low cut dresses or tops, a plunge bra is ideal. This is also a good cut for general wear. The cups are designed to provide lift and a little separation. So, you get great definition when wearing one. Plus, typically the underwire is a little shorter. This means that they are less likely to dig into you and hurt.
For support, you really cannot beat a sports bra. This year, the more traditional rear fastening type has been joined by front zip fastening cuts. They have been around for a while, but, are now far easier to get hold off. This style of sports-bra is really practical and far easier to get on and off especially when you are hot and sweaty.
In the summer months, most of us like to wear t-shirt style tops. So, you need to buy at least one bra that has smooth cups. Nobody looks good with the seams of their underwear on show. The padded kind solves this problem; they also stop your nipples from showing, so they are ideal for wearing under a t-shirt or thin tops.
If you buy a smooth cupped sports bra, you could potentially wear that under your t-shirt, as well as for exercise. More women are opting to do exactly that. In fact, some designs are good-looking and modest enough to be worn on their own as an alternative to a vest top.
Strapless and multiway bras for all occasions.
When it comes to versatility you cannot beat a multiway bra. Their adaptability means that you can wear them with practically any outfit.
This article explains what to look for when shopping for this type of bra. If you want to wear this year’s, asymmetrical blouses and dresses it is really worth investing in one of these.
Bandeau bras are also worth considering. They are very similar to a stretchy tube top, so there are no straps. This type of bra is extremely comfortable and versatile. So, if you have a figure that enables you to wear this type of minimal support bra, why not give them a go?
Another form of bra that is starting to make a comeback is the cami bra. As the name indicates these bras look very much like the top half of a camisole top. They typically feature an extra bit of lace or fabric sewn in between the front of the cups. So, if you lean forward while wearing a v-neck top, there is no risk of revealing your cleavage. They have the added advantage of keeping the cups in the right place, which means a better silhouette for you.
Hopefully, you have enjoyed this clothing related piece. If you have, why not try reading one of my makeup articles, as well. This one which is all about the latest trends is a particularly good place to start.