It’s that time of year again when the cold winds start to blow, leaves change colors, and we all start making resolutions to be better people in the new year. Usually, that involves losing weight and getting fit, but you also might want to consider upgrading your lingerie collection too. Whether you’re looking to revamp your bra drawer or just stock up on some fun new styles, these five bras are worth investing in this year.
This beautiful balconette bra from Annastasia is both chic and functional. The clean lines and smooth, subtle color scheme will match any wardrobe you have at home. The lace cups are thick enough that they’ll offer a great amount of support when you wear them under your favorite necklines, and the underwire provides extra support for larger busts.
This is an ideal bra for women with large busts who want a bit more support. The bra itself isn’t padded, but it provides enough coverage to make this a great option to wear under your form-fitting t-shirts. The underwire and thick, plush straps keep everything in place, even during high-stress activities like running or hiking.
This plunge bra from Cherisse is a nice, lightweight garment that won’t weigh you down while you wear it. The cups are lined with non-padded material, but the seamed design gives them just enough support to make this an appealing option that you can wear all day.
This plunging style from Evelynne will give you the look of wearing a bra without feeling like you’re wearing one. The cups are non-padded and the fabric is soft and stretchy, making this an especially comfortable bra that moves with you.
This is one of our most popular plunging bras and with good reason. It’s an ideal bra for low-cut dresses and tops, plus the fabric is comfortable enough that you can even sleep in it at night.
This bra gives you the look of wearing a minimizer without having to feel like you’re wearing one. It’s light and provides support without sacrificing style. The cups are lined with a non-padded material, so they’ll be flattering on your skin when you wear them under any outfit.
If you’re not sure what sizes to buy, remember that cup size corresponds to band size. For example, if your bra says a 34C then your band size should be 34 as well. If you’re having trouble deciding what size to order, consult our Bra Sizing Guide before you place an order.