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    UncategorizedWhat’s The Difference Between T-Shirt Bras And Regular Bras?

    What’s The Difference Between T-Shirt Bras And Regular Bras?

    A t-shirt bra is your best lingerie friend! It is typically a kind of seamless cup bra. The cups are designed to not show any lumps, bumps, or textures through your clothing – even when worn under the most form-fitting t-shirt or tee. But what makes it truly different from other kinds of bras?

    We break it down:

    Padding

    T-shirt bras and regular bras can both have padding because padded cups help serve 2 functions:

    • For petite women, thicker padding at the bottom gives lift and shape.
    • Padding also helps prevent nipples showing through.

    Underwire

    This is another ‘yes and no’ area across t-shirt bras and regular ones. Whether you opt for underwire or not is down to personal comfort and level of definition and support required. Some T-shirt bras have moulded cups instead of underwire.

    Styles

    All bras (including t-shirt bras) can come in a variety of styles, balconettes, strapless, plunge-necked, bralettes, and full-coverage. Not all t-shirt bras have to be boring!

    Seams

    Regular bras can come with horizontal, vertical, or diagonal seams. Horizontal seams help with a conical definition and projection, whereas vertical and diagonal seams help with lift and support.

    You’ll never find seams in a t-shirt bra. That would defeat its very purpose, which is to provide a smooth finish under a fitted t-shirt.

    So there you have it, the one definite characteristic that tells a t-shirt bra apart from others is smooth, seam-free cups.

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