Looking and feeling good begins underneath. The right underwear fit can make a huge difference in both how your clothes fit and how you feel in them. With the various types of undergarments available, certain types however, work better with certain outfits.  Here are the best bras for different types of clothing.


As the name says, this type of bra is ideal for t-shirts. They do not have any frills that would be visible under a t-shirt. They are lightly padded and allows for comfort when rocking a Tee.


When you want to exude subtle sexiness and you’re wearing an outfit with a lower cut in the front, you probably want to show some cleavage, or you want to create an illusion of a fuller bust, then a push-up bra is just right for you. The combination of the padding and the cut of the bra gives you lift without showing the bra underneath.


You’re probably familiar with sports bras already. They give support when exercising or playing a sport. Make sure to match the level of support to your activity. Walking needs lighter support than running. Consider a racer back design because it offers more support.


Like the push up bras, these are Suited for tops and dresses with lower cuts and wide neckline because you’ll get some lift from the bra but the cut of it won’t show.


These types bras are made especially for tops or dresses that do not have standard straps.


These are Perfect for when you want to a bra with less structure, especially when wearing a loose fitted top. Like a bandeau, this bra offers less support than other types. Some people swap it for a camisole and pair it with a blazer and a pair of jeans or pencil skirt.


These bras are best for tops or dresses that have a deep neckline.


These bras are Ideal for tops or dresses that are more fitted and for when you don’t necessarily want to add lift to your cleavage. The cups of this bra type are more structured, which adds an even, rounded look to your chest. This type of bra can help to make your breasts look like they’re more similar in size.

You don’t need to own every single one of these of course, but depending on the clothes in your closet, you may want to have a few of these around.

For most of your bras, you’ll want to buy a version in a colour dark in shade or close to your skin colour, because those are least visible under clothes that are lighter coloured, made of a more transparent fabric, or that have an unusual cut.

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