When perfect fit and uncompromising support is everything, we know that it takes time and consideration to find the right bra shape for you. Designed for the fuller figure, Elomi Lingerie have ensured that there is a bra shape to suit everybody and this guide is degned to help you find just that.
If the 2010s are going to be remembered for one intimate-wear trend, it’s definitely the bralette. This low-support bra style has made waves in the lingerie industry already, and its popularity is showing no signs of slowing down.
But as a full-busted person, you may be feeling rather left out. Surely those flimsy little things won’t work for you, right? Well, they actually might – it all depends on what you’re hoping to get out of your lingerie. But first, let’s make sure we understand exactly what a bralette or wire-free bra is.
Hunting down a t-shirt or plunge bra that fits you like a glove is already hard enough. But trying to find the perfect strapless bra? That can feel like searching for the Holy Grail.
Strapless bras are no doubt some of the hardest to shop for, with common complaints being that they don’t offer enough lift or slip down through the day. But find a well-designed, well-fitting strapless bra and they can be highly supportive and stay in place!
‘Lingerie for older women’ typically brings to mind bland, utilitarian-looking undergarments. But stylish lingerie has no age limit! It’s true that there’s a dearth of older women in intimate wear advertising, but that’s a problem with the industry – not an indication of who can buy it.
When you find out your pregnant for the first time, you’re overcome with joy and excitement. However this can all change once baby arrives. You can suddenly become overwhelmed with sleepless nights and breastfeeding demands. Let’s not kid ourselves, breastfeeding is a combination of all things amazing AND some damn hard work.
Q. How soon should I be fitted for a Maternity Bra?
A. Wearing a maternity bra in the early stages of pregancy is optional. Many women prefer to wear a wire-free bra. Most important is that a pregnant woman is fitted for a new bra as soon as there is a noticeable increase in size in the bust. As a general rule this occurs around the third to fourth month of pregnancy.
For anyone who has ever headed into a fitting room to try on a bra, you know how difficult and sometimes exacerbating it can be to find a bra that fits properly and offers the support that you need. The reason that bra fitting can be an exercise in frustration, is that many women don’t understand how bra sizing actually works. More specifically, a number of bra wearers are in the dark when it comes to the relationship between cup size and band size.