Uncategorized5 Types Of Dresses & The Bras You Need For Them!

There’s nothing like a dress to make you feel extra feminine and pretty! With so many types of dresses available to women, you’re sure to find what suits you best. But it’s always a task to find the right kind of bra to suit your dresses. Lucky for you, we’ve put together this handy guide so you’ll never have a bra crisis before heading out!

#1 Bodycon Dress

A close-fitted, tight dress usually made of any stretchy fabric so it sticks to your skin, the bodycon dress is best worn with a clean finish bra. Because it sits so close to your body, you don’t want any lines showing through the dress, and a smooth, clean finish T-shirt bra is your best bet!

#2 Halter Dress

A style that goes from evening formals to party casuals, a halter dress is perfect for any occasion. The bra you need for a halter dress is a halter neck bra. With a neckline that matches the dress, you can show off those shoulders!

#3 Off-Shoulder Dress

A style that’s been trending in different forms, the off-shoulder and its variants are great for a look that goes from day to night. Pair it with a fun glitter strap bra that you can show off!
#4 Backless Dress

Everyone’s clubbing wardrobe has one of these – that backless dress you pull out when you want to feel extra sexy! Yes, it’s the hardest dress to find a bra for, but we’ve got you! All you need are our transparent back bras and you’re ready to bring sexy back!

#5 Slip Dress

Effortlessly sexy, the slip dress is something you can dress up or dress down. Slip dresses tend to be super thin with a lot of skin-show so the best bra you can wear with this is a stick-on. Self-adhesive cups without a band or straps, this style is just what you need with a slip dress.

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Stationery hoarder, Khaleesi of cats, and secret Sanjay Leela Bhansali superfan. If Ritika's not found adding things she'll never buy to her online shopping carts, she is most likely to be dancing, reading old novels, practicing hand-lettering, or attending one too many comedy shows. A graduate of Fashion Communication from NIFT, she loves writing about fashion, films, and dabbling in graphic design.