Monday, 17 September 2018

Different Types of Lingerie You Should Consider Investing In

Lingerie tends to be a bit of an odd topic. Why? Well, we are constantly shown images of women in lingerie by the media. From models wearing lingerie on billboards in crowded public places to women wearing lingerie in music videos, films, and other forms of media. However, at the same time, we are hit with news stories of young women in schools getting in trouble because their bra strap happens to be on show, or women being shamed for showing off their own lingerie on social media. When it comes down to it, lingerie is just an item of clothing like any other. It serves a functional purpose as well as an aesthetic purpose, and the type that you wear is entirely down to you and actually none of anybody else’s business. It’s time to focus less on what other people think and more on what you want your lingerie to do for you and how you want your own lingerie to look. Here are just a few different types of lingerie that you might want to consider investing in!

Sports Bras

If you engage with sport, you really should consider investing in a sports bra. No matter what size breasts you have, they could do will a little support during exercise routines that could see them begin to feel strained or sore. Sports bras tend to pull on over your head and have an elasticated band that fits around the circumference of your body beneath your breasts. They tend to cover the entire breast and have thick straps over the shoulders. This all helps to minimise movement. Some reputable brands for high quality sports bras include Nike, Adidas, and other specialist sports companies.


Padded Bras

Padded bras tend to take the format of a standard bra, they tend to have underwire support in the base of the cups, clip at the back, and have straps. However, they also have padding in the cups. This can help to prevent your nipples from showing through your top. You can find a variety of padded bras from bluebella at Lingerie Outlet Store.

Push Up Bras

Push up bras tend to be relatively similar to padded bras, but have extra padding in the bottom of the bra cups. This serves the purpose of lifting the breasts and boosting the appearance of their size and shape. There are various different types of padding out there. Whichever you choose falls entirely down to your personal preference in terms of the feel of the bra. Gel padding does tend to be a little heavier.


These are just a few different bra styles and designs that you might want to consider investing in. Remember that the choice of what you wear is entirely up to you. If you don’t want to wear a bra at all, that’s completely fine too!

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