What bras for women should you get?
Many of my readers want to know more about problems with women’s lingerie wholesale. Every customer wears this kind of outfit (well, maybe except a couple who go commando 😉 – and proper lingerie should be unnoticeable. We need to talk about common problems with lingerie for women and how to solve them!
Are your skirts too diaphanous or cling to your legs or nylons? Try half-slip skirts. They might seem a bit outdated, but since dresses are often unlined, a slip can effectively rescue a piece of clothes. And they keep you warm during the winter!
Is your bra uncomfortable? Well, a problem might be an inappropriate bra – convertible crops can be crisscrossed, or you could use special bra clips to hold your bra loosened up. If your dress has a dip in the back, you might use a special converter – you can even try making it yourself. Strapless, backless, or one-shoulder tops and dresses require more convertible strap bra.
Bras for women should be nude-colored, but this is not a generic term – bra must fit your natural skin color, to be more concealed under bright or white clothes. There’s nothing more surprising than a standing out bra strap under a light blouse. You can also have a couple of darker bras, to wear under darker garments.
Low-cut tops and dresses require a plunge bra that can work in various configurations. In a pinch, you can use a sports bra (never for formal occasions) or a nice bralette or camisole. Bralettes and camis are more flowy, though, and if you need more support you might need a more rigid brassiere.
And finally, completely backless, very low or dresses with intricate back require strapless adhesive bra cups or stick-on bras – they can push and keep your breasts together, but are less durable, for that evening out.