Posts Tagged ‘right bra
Do you love the latest plunge style fashions but struggle to find the support you need without ruining the sexy neckline? When designers make beautiful dresses and tops, they often forget that women with bigger cups exist. We've put together a list of our favourite plunge bras to create a staggering shape, uplift AND support in those plunging dresses and tops. Whether you're looking to create a modest cleavage or a va-va-voom effect, below are your D+ cup plunge bra options. The vintage-inspired plunge bra Soft and smooth, this style has a ...READ MORE >>
Have you been wearing the same bra size for years? If the answer is yes, then you have good company. Many of us have an idea of our bra size, but often we pick up the same bra size that we have always worn without taking into account body changes such as weight loss, weight gain, pregnancy, menopause and various hormonal changes. In a recent survey of our customers, we discovered that 95% of women visiting Brava for the first time were wearing the wrong bra size. There is such a variation in sizes between ...READ MORE >>
Another Ewa Michalak favourite, this blush pink bra reminds us of a warm spring day. Light enough as an everyday basic, the Ewa Michalak Pink Marzipan S Bra can be a staple for your outfits. Made of fine matte knitwear, delicate lace runs the length of the band.
Sizes AvailableAUS 6 (UK 28) FF – HH cups AUS 8 (UK 30) F – K cups AUS 10-16 (UK 32 - 38) GG – K cups AUS 18 (UK 40) E - HH cup
Best FeaturesThis is a moulded style ideal for ... READ MORE >>
Corin Virginia bra is one of our fitters’ favourites - it is perfect for everyday wear; it is form-fitting and ticks a lot of boxes! The Virginia Moulded Bra is ideal if you're looking for something to transition you from non-moulded to moulded bras. It creates a totally seamfree appearance under your clothes, thanks to the ultra-light 3D spacer foam which is a softer approach to moulded bras, allowing a softness that moulds itself to your bust.
Sizes AvailableAUS 8 (UK 30) D - G cups AUS 10 (UK 32) D - GG ... READ MORE >>
Here’s a bra specifically made for side support - something a lot of fuller-busted women want. The side support in Freya Hero allows your bust to sit closer to your chest rather than under your arms. This essential is a bra drawer necessity as a popular everyday bra. Designed with a four-sectioned cup, adding extreme structure to the fit, you’ll find the side support panel to be very effective.
Sizes AvailableAUS 6 (UK 28) D - J cup AUS 8 – 14 (UK 30 – 36) D - K cups AUS 16 (UK 38) ... READ MORE >>
Our bodies are so varied, everyone is shaped uniquely. Bigger-busted women can face common challenges when bra shopping, but there are some beautiful bras designed especially to cater to D cup & up women. If you are curvy and short, you may be familiar with the below bra fitting challenges: The underwires may dig into your underarms. In the long-run, this can cause chaffing, discomfort and will be a bra that you want to throw off the minute you arrive home. Straps that are not fully-adjustable tend to sit too far down your ...READ MORE >>
Will I Am’s 2007 Hit “I Got It From My Mumma” is our family’s mantra. My mum is a glorious F cup and her three lady offspring don’t drop below an E. Our boobs came in quick, which made puberty hell for us and for our poor dad who went bald worrying about all the boys he’d have to fight off his little girls. Being twelve with giant boobs wasn’t easy. I’ll never forget the day I came home crying because Michael Donnelly decided to point ...READ MORE >>
Let's get this straight - your bra should be like your best friend. If your best friend doesn't support you, pokes you constantly, and is just a general pain to be around, then you probably need a new best friend, and the same goes for your bra. Your friendly, everyday underwired bra should not be hurting you - at all!
So why do my underwires hurt me?This could be for a number of reasons but most likely, the size, fit or style of your bra is probably not right for you. If your everyday ... READ MORE >>
Have you ever had a wire pop out of your favourite bra? Have you torn a hole in some lace while washing? Maybe you’ve noticed that the cups aren’t giving you quite the same shape and support that they used to… We ask for a lot from our bras, and they need to be taken care of to ensure that you get the most out of them. Here are our best tips on taking care of your lingerie! Hand-wash with gentle detergent Not only is this the most important step in ...READ MORE >>
If you live in Melbourne, or anywhere in Australia, you’re likely to have noticed that the Australian Open started last week. There are many things to love about this – the incredible athletes, the electric atmosphere at the matches, and the way Australians and many international visitors passionately embrace the sport of spectating in the summer sun. But something else has got our attention, and we’d like to clear up any misconception it may cause. Perhaps you’ve seen the latest advertising featuring Serena Williams for Berlei? You’d be forgiven for ...READ MORE >>