Like a bra’s little sister, a bralette (soft cup bra)
generally offers more comfort than
support. Bralettes usually provide a flexible
fit, so they work for different breast sizes.
Front close bras are easy to
put on/take off, and they eliminate
hardware bulge in the back.
Feature padded cups that boost the
breasts giving the appearance of
more volume and added cleavage.
Have straps that meet toward the center of the back
so they remain hidden under shoulder-baring tops.
Some bras convert to racerback style with a J-hook.
Designed to stay securely in
place without straps so they work
well with any tricky neckline.
Can have foam cups or be unlined, but they
do not have underwire. They are designed
to offer more support than a bralette.
At Wacoal, we believe that wearing the right bra can change your look as well as your outlook. Use our comprehensive Bra Style Guide to learn more about different types of bras. This guide describes how our bra styles fit, look, and feel. It also provides information about how different bras pair with clothes.
Our Bra Style Guide will empower you with the knowledge that will help you make informed choices about the bras that will work best for your breast size and shape as well as your lifestyle.
Our Bra Style Guide will help you identify the bra types that will work best for you. You will, for example, learn more about what makes a bralette different from a wire free bra and why a balconette bra is the perfect choice to pair with open neck tops. b.tempt'd has all the bra styles you need to feel confident, stylish, and supported all day long. Use our Bra Style Guide and shop with greater confidence as you build the perfect bra wardrobe.
Have questions about our bra styles? Contact us. Our Service Consultants are here to help. You can even schedule a complimentary Virtual Bra Consultation with one of our Fit Experts, or use one of the bra fit tools on our Find Your Fit page. At Wacoal, we're committed to helping you find the perfect bra for your needs.