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Backless: Suitable for off-the-shoulder outerwear such as a backless evening gown that exposes the back.

Balconette: The cut of the cup is horizontal causing it to lift upward, like a porch, but not inward.  Sometimes known as the bra rack. One source equates them with a balcony bra. Lifts breasts to enhance their appearance, shape, and cleavage. The name means “small balcony” which refers to the horizontal cut; It is also claimed, less plausibly, that the name comes from the idea that the bra is not visible from above, as when looking down from a balcony.  First designed in the United States around 1938, it came into mainstream fashion in the 1950s.  Compare to a full cup and demi-cup bra.

Balcony: Similar to a balconette or half-cup bra, but the sides are higher and the front is lower which exposes more cleavage.

Bandeau: A simple band of material, usually elastic, that is worn across the breasts. Suitable for a small bust, sometimes have built-in cups, but provides little support or shaping.  A cloth strap can sometimes be used to hold the breasts in place.

Bralette: A lightweight and simple design, usually an unlined bra in a soft pullover style. The chest is covered but the bra offers little, if any, real support, and is suitable for small breasts. Sometimes sold in camisole. Pre-teen girls often use this style as a training bra to mask the growth of the nipples and breasts. Similar to the gang.

Bullet: a full supportive bra with parabolic-shaped cups with its axis perpendicular to the breast. The bullet bra usually features concentric or spiral circles of decorative stitching centered around the nipples. Invented in the late 1940s, it became popular in the 1950s for its ” girl’s jacket ” brooches. Madonna wore a Jean Paul Gaultier- designed bullet bra during the Blond Ambition Tour, which sparked popular interest in vintage fashion. What Katie Did. Luxury Lingerie company was the first company to reintroduce the bullet bra in 1999, and it has grown in popularity again with brands like Marks and Spencer, Rigby, Peller, and Naturana producing their version of the bullet bra.

Contour: Sometimes referred to as a molded or molded bra, except for a contouring bra in general, which isn’t always seen in a molded bra.  Contour bras have performed seamless cups that contain foam or another liner that helps define and maintain cup shape, even when not wearing. It may be available as a full cup, half cup, push-up, or in other styles.  It can be useful when a woman’s breasts are asymmetric (which is common – up to 25% of women’s breasts are asymmetrical  or with enlarged or differently shaped nipples wishing asymmetrical silhouette. ) also see the T-shirt bra, below.

Convertible: The straps of the bra can be detached and rearranged in different ways depending on the outerwear. Alternative belt arrangements include traditional shoulder, cross, halter, strapless, and one shoulder.

Cupless: See bra shelf below.

Half cup: Sometimes referred to as a half bra or a rack. The partial cup bra style covers half to three-quarters of the breast and creates cleavage and lift. Most half cup bras are designed with a slight tilt that pushes the breasts toward the center to show more cleavage. The straps are usually attached to the outer edge of the cup. The lingerie industry generally defines a half-cup bra that covers about 1 inch (25 mm) above the nipple. The lower wire used is shorter and forms a shallow “U” shape under the cup.  Suitable for low-cut outerwear. Compare to a full cup and balconette bra.

Half cup: see demi-cup above.

Halter: The straps lead to the front of the chest and connect around the back of the neck making it perfect for backless or halter dresses. Some suspenders are also convertible.

Long Thread: It extends from the chest to the waist, providing additional tummy control and smoothing a woman’s torso. Distribute support across the entire lower torso rather than just the shoulders.

Mini: Designed to de-stress the chest, it compresses and flattens the breasts.

Molded: Often compared to a contoured bra. The cups are pre-shaped without seams providing a natural, smooth, rounded look under tight clothing. Some are unlined and may not include a bottom wire.

Multi-way: see the convertible bra.

Nude: When selecting a style, see the adhesive bra above. When determining the color, it uses a substance that matches the skin tone of the woman.

Open cup: see bra shelf below.

Peek-a-boo: Designed for romantic occasions, this type of bra has cups that can be opened. The cups are made of two parts that are joined by tied ribbons.

Balcony: Similar to a balconette or half-cup bra, but the sides are higher and the front is lower which exposes more cleavage.

Bandeau: A simple band of material, usually elastic, that is worn across the breasts. Suitable for a small bust, sometimes have built-in cups, but provides little support or shaping.  A cloth strap can sometimes be used to hold the breasts in place.

Bralette: A lightweight and simple design, usually an unlined bra in a soft pullover style. The chest is covered but the bra offers little, if any, real support, and is suitable for small breasts. Sometimes sold in camisole. Pre-teen girls often use this style as a training bra to mask the growth of the nipples and breasts. Similar to the gang.

Plunge: It is sometimes known as a U – shaped bra if it is particularly plunging with a distinct U-shaped opening between the breasts. Less split is allowed. Designed with angled cups and an open, low center slot. Shoulder straps are usually widely spaced. Suitable for dresses or clothes with a deep chest or a plunging neck, such as a blouse or dress. Also suitable for swimwear, even for women with full breasts. Unlike bras, they are generally not padded, which many women with large breasts wear.

Push up: A fashion bra that creates the appearance of increased cleavage. Uses angled cups with padding that push the breasts in and up toward the center of the chest. The push-up bra is usually a half-cup bra. Wonderbra was the first push-up bra.

¼ cup: see bra shelf below.

Racerback: Designed with shoulder straps that form a “V” or “T” pattern between the shoulder blades. Suitable for outerwear such as skirt shirts that reveal traditional shoulder straps. Provides extra support and can be used when traditional belts tend to fall off a woman. Many sports bras use a racerback design to improve support and reduce bounce.

Shelf: Sometimes referred to as a cupless, cupless, halved, or even, a quarter cup bra. The underwire fashion design offered minimal breast coverage, supporting only part of the underside of the breast, pushing the breast upward, leaving the nipple and areola exposed. Suitable for sexy purposes or when a woman wants to go for free.  Exposed nipples may be visible under the outer garment. Built-in bras (see above) are sometimes referred to as a shelf bras or the incorporation of a shelf bra in this article.

Spacer: Similar to a T-shirt bra, it has breathable foam fabric in the cup to reduce sweat inside the cups.

Adhesion: see adhesive bra above.

Bra: A fashion bra that relies on an extra-wide band to support the breast. Get their strength with a longer underwire that includes more breasts, and cups with extra padding, patterns, and shaping panels.  Suitable for off-the-shoulder outerwear such as a strapless evening gown that exposes the shoulders and chest, as low as the halo tops. Some convertible bras (see above) allow the straps to be removed, making the bra strapless. May have rubber or silicone beads inside the top edge of the cup to help keep the bra attached to the breast. Alternate when an outfit prohibits wearing a bra.

T-shirt: Designed without seams, hooks, or other fittings that are visible under the outer garment. Contoured style fits seamlessly with undershirts, jackets, lightweight knits, or tank tops with minimal visibility. The cups may be foam padded or slightly padded with plastic inserts to help conceal the nipples. See also the contour bra above.

Training: Designed to help conceal the appearance of teenage breasts. As a girl’s breasts grow larger, usually around the third stage tanner, this style includes regular bras in smaller styles, from 30AAA to 32B. Most styles are soft-cup designs, lightweight, and unlined. Some styles are lined to hide the growth of a girl’s breast buds or to increase the noticeable size of a girl’s breasts.  For standard size bras, see Bralette above. For sports bras, see Sports bra.

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