Finding the perfect bra can be seemingly impossible. These picks, suitable for smaller cup sizes, are durable, comfortable, supportive and look great under clothing. Not your size? Check out our picks for larger cup sizes. Because of its good shape without too much padding, the Base bra was especially liked by B cup testers.
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A friend who owns a lingerie store in Brooklyn opened my eyes to an emerging trend in lingerie: petite sizing. This growing category aims to provide solutions to common fit issues people with smaller busts often experience, such as a need for shape, ill-fitting straps, and gaping cups. They've even created smaller cups, such as 28AAA, and some companies, like ThirdLove , offer half sizes. What that means for us?
Sports bras used to come in one style binding , one color gray , one fabric cotton , and one size fits all. Those were the dark days of fitness for women—and we won't even talk about leotards! Thankfully, the past decade has seen a revolution in support for sweaty sisters, with an explosion of sassy styles, fun colors, and moisture-wicking fabrics.
You've probably heard about all the benefits of a properly fitting bra. Yes, it'll make your breasts look better, but it'll also make you look thinner and taller, and it'll alleviate back and shoulder pain. Trouble is, the majority of us aren't wearing the best bras for our breasts. That's why we asked Tomima Edmark, a lingerie expert and president of online underwear retailer HerRoom.