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What is a bra and why is finding the right one important? Most women aren’t aware of their correct bra size or which type to wear. Are you unsure about which bra style is best for you? 

Balcony Bras... Work great to accentuate cleavage with superior lift and push. For extra comfort, look for luxury cotton and wider straps. Also perfect as an everyday essential. 

Padded Bra... Cups contain padding, or pockets for padding,  intended to add fullness to the bust line, and enhance the appearance of your bust. These can make your breasts look larger, and help make breast tissue appear fuller and firmer.

Plunge...Low cut cups joined joined by a thin centre piece which allows you to wear clothes with a deep plunging neckline. Offers less coverage than a full cup or balcony and gives enhanced cleavage.

Push Up...Great for making smaller breast sizes look more full by using padding that pushes the breasts inwards and upwards, towards the centre of the chest to create the appearance of increased cleavage.

T-shirt Bras ...Seamless, with smooth, moulded cups that provide a natural, rounded shape under shirts and dresses. Designed to be invisible under tight-fitted t-shirts, form-hugging fabrics and clingy outfits.

Full Cup Bras...Great for women with full busts who are looking for comfortable, supportive bras. The term 'full cup bra' is used to describe a bra with full coverage; it typically completely covers the breast. Full cup bras are great for women with large breasts who want more coverage or shaping.

Sports Bra...Sturdier than typical bras, they minimize breast movement, alleviate discomfort, and reduce potential damage to chest ligaments during physical exercise.

Multiway/Strapless...The straps come off and easily changes into a crisscross, halter or racer-back fit by swapping the hooks and straps. Wear with clothes that reveal the shoulder where standard bra straps would show.

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