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Why Does a Woman Need a Bra?
The most crucial item in a woman's wardrobe is her bra. It holds a special place in her daily life, as it not only enhances her appearance but also provides essential support to her bust and helps maintain good posture. A well-fitted bra contributes to a sense of security, comfort, and protection, while also reducing strain on the neck, shoulders, and back. However, finding the right bra can be challenging if you're unsure about your size. This is where Clovia steps in to simplify your life with our Curve Fit Test, which helps determine your perfect fit.
Clovia recognizes that every woman is unique, and that's why we offer a wide range of bra sizes, ranging from 28 to 44F. Our collection features an array of bras in beautiful styles, enchanting prints, and vibrant colours. We cater to women of all ages, offering options from teen bras to nursing bras, ensuring you can discover the perfect style to meet your specific requirements. There's no need to delay in finding the ideal bra for you. Embark on a journey to find your perfect-fit bra with Clovia. Start exploring our collection today and enjoy the comfort, support, and style you truly deserve.
How Do You Pick A Bra That Fits Well?
To find a bra that fits you well all you need to do is find your bra size. Measuring your bra size is very easy. All you need is a measuring tape, a mirror and a non-padded bra. Simply refer to our bra size calculator and determine your size in 2 simple steps.
Step 1. Calculate your band size by measuring your waist where your bra band ends.
Step 2. Calculate your bust size/ cup size by measuring the fullest part of your bust.
With this method, you get two numbers, use them to find out your bra size. The below bra size chart will help you find it.
If the above method seems difficult to you, take the help of the Clovia Curve Fit tool. The tool asks some basic questions and tells you your correct bra size as per the size & shape of your breasts.
Now that you know what size would work for you, the next step is to determine the style you should invest in.
Know The Types of Bra
Once you have your correct bra size, now is the time to decide what style you should pick according to your breast size and shape. Bras can be categorized into padded & non-padded. All the styles come under these categories be it T-shirt bras, push-up bras or any other style. So let’s get started with styles/types of bras:
T-Shirt Bra: A T-shirt bra typically comes with padded or non-padded cups and double layers to ensure modesty and a smooth, seamless look.
Push-Up Bra: Push-up bras are designed to enhance the appearance of a larger bust and come in three levels of padding. The cups can be wired or non-wired.
Strapless Bra: A strapless bra is meant to be worn with strapless or off-shoulder outfits. It features silicone lining to prevent slipping and side boning to prevent the bra from rolling down.
Maternity Bra: Also known as feeding bras, these are perfect for nursing moms. They offer full coverage and a front opening for convenient feeding.
Teen Bra: Also referred to as a beginner's bra, it comes with soft removable pads and a slip-on design, making it easy to wear. There are no hooks and eyes for closure.
Balconette Bra: A balconette bra has low-cut cups that angle upwards, providing lift and shaping to the breasts. It's great for scoop-neck or low-cut tops.
Front-open Bra: As the name suggests, the front-open bra has a G-hook closure at the front, and it offers demi coverage.
Demi Coverage: Demi means half, and in the context of bras, demi coverage means half or ¾ coverage. This style is ideal for outfits with a slightly low neckline.
Full Coverage: This type of bra provides complete coverage and support to the breasts, with cups that cover the entire breast and a higher neckline.
Full-Figure Bra: Ideal for women with larger breasts, this style features full coverage cups and a high centre gore to prevent spillage from the top and sides.
Plunge Bra: The plunge bra has a deep neckline, making it perfect for low-cut tops. The cups are designed with demi coverage.
Halter Neck Bra: This bra has a strap that goes over the neck and connects with the other shoulder or has a tie-up style for wearing with halter neck tops.
Backless Bra: Designed for backless tops, this bra features a transparent back band and a G-hook for closure.
Transparent Bra: Similar to a backless bra, this style has transparent straps.
Bralette: A blend of a bra and a crop top, a bralette is longer than a regular bra, often embellished with lace, and comes in various styles.
Minimizer Bra: It reduces the appearance of the bust by one cup size, making it look smaller and more compact.
Sports Bra: Designed for physical activities, a sports bra provides high-impact support to minimize bouncing and discomfort during exercise.
These are just a few of the many types of ladies' bras available. The best type of bra for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences.
The Anatomy of Your Bra
The structure of a woman's bra remains consistent even as brands and styles change. To find the right bra for yourself, it's important to understand the fundamental components of a bra.
Cups: These create the framework that supports and shapes the breasts. They can be padded, moulded, or stitched for various styles and preferences.
Band: The band encircles the rib cage, providing essential support for the cups. A significant portion of the overall support comes from the band.
Straps: Elastic straps play a crucial role in holding the cups in place and providing additional support. They are adjustable to ensure a comfortable and secure fit.
Hook & eye closure: The closure mechanism, typically consisting of hooks and eyes, is essential for ensuring a secure fit. However, some bras, like slip-on styles, may not feature hook and eye closures.
Adjuster: Adjusters are designed to help you achieve a personalised fit. Typically, a bra has two adjusters on the shoulder straps, and some may also have an adjuster on the back band for added customization.
Bras for Occasions
Support and comfort are not just only things that women look for in a bra. The purpose of a bra is to keep you at comfort irrespective of bra style. At the same time, it must complement the outfit and improve the overall appearance.
That’s why to cater to all the occasions we have categorized bras into 4 types.
Everyday Bras: Made from comfortable and breathable fabrics, everyday bras usually don’t feature wired cups. These bras go with your everyday outfits like a T-shirt, kurti, saree etc. The styles which fall under this category are T-shirt bras, non-padded & non-wired bras, lightly padded bras, etc.
Party Bras: For special occasions, you like bras that have an oomph factor. Ordinary bras can’t get you that glam. They complement your glam outfits. Backless, strapless, transparent, plunge, push-up, balconette, racerback, bralette and halterneck bras can be referred to as party bras.
Bridal Bras: For a bride-to-be, we have all those fancy bras which are embellished with lace, and intricate ensembles. Bralette, lace bras, cage bras, and matching sets come under this category.
Solution Bras: These bras solve your bra problems, consisting of styles T-shirt, plunge, front-open, push-up, multiway, transparent, strapless, underwired, teen, maternity etc.
Shop Clovia Bras Online
Shopping for bras online should be a hassle-free experience, and at Clovia, we've simplified it with our Curve Fit Test and an extensive selection of stylish and comfortable bras. Our bras are meticulously designed using top-notch materials to guarantee your comfort all day long. What distinguishes our bras is their affordability. We believe that every woman should have access to cost-effective, top-quality lingerie. Thanks to Clovia, you can effortlessly shop for bras online and have them conveniently delivered to your doorstep. Explore our online store today to enjoy the convenience, comfort, and fashion of our bra collection.
Q1. Why should women wear a bra? Is it necessary to wear a bra?
A1. Yes, wearing a bra is necessary for a woman for many reasons. Breast tissues only have mammary glands and fat tissues there is no bone there. Hence without proper support, they sag. Also doing any physical activity can be difficult without wearing a bra.
Q2. How many types of bras are there? Which is best for sagging breasts?
A2. There are more than 26 types of bras. Each of them serves a purpose. To prevent sagging you should wear a full support bra. Or an underwired bra also helps with sagging breasts.
Q3. Can I wear a bra while sleeping? Does sleeping without a bra increase breast size?
A3. Wearing a bra while sleeping is not recommended. However, there is no scientific reason that you should or should not wear a bra during the night. You should not wear any tight bra during sleep as it can restrict blood flow. Sleeping without a bra does not increase the size of your breasts.
Q4. How do I know if my bra fits correctly?
A4. If your bra fits correctly your breasts won’t spill from the top or sides. Your band sits flat along the rib cage without digging or feeling loose. You can insert two fingers easily in your band and it still feels snugly fit. The same thing happens with your bands. You feel comfortable in your bra.
Q5. How to measure bra size? How do I find a bra that offers good support?
A5.To find your true size take the Clovia curve fit test. This will help you find your bra size in just a few easy steps. After getting your bra size it’s time to try different bras and check the fitting.
Q6. How to wear a bra correctly?
A6. The best body posture when wearing a bra is to lean down. You should always hook all the clasps of the bra and make sure it’s neither too tight nor too loose. You should always make sure that the straps are adjusted according to your shoulder. Lift and adjust your breast fat to fit in the cups perfectly.
Q7. Which bra goes with all outfits?
A7.A bra which is versatile and can be worn with many outfits is a t-shirt bra with detachable straps. T-shirt bras come in both padded and non-padded cups. Choose what suits you.
Q8. Which bra should I wear daily?
A8. A non-padded and non-wired T-shirt bra can be worn every day.
Q9. When was the bra invented? What is the full name of a bra?
A9.The modern bra, as we know it today, was invented in the early 20th century. The exact date and inventor of the bra are subjects of some debate, as different versions of breast support garments have been used throughout history. One significant milestone in bra history is the patenting of the "brassiere"(full name of bra) by Mary Phelps Jacob in 1914. She designed a garment made of silk handkerchiefs and ribbons, which provided an alternative to the restrictive corsets commonly worn at the time.
Q10. What type of bra should a 13-year-old wear?
A10. Teen girls should wear teen bras or beginner’s bras. This bra is crafted with very soft materials and doesn't have hook & eye closure. It comes in an easy-to-wear slip-on style. The bra has removable cups to protect modesty.
Q11. Which bra is best for a heavy breast?
A11. A full-figure bra is best for heavy breasts. It has high centre gore and side wings. The cups provide full coverage to prevent bras from spilling. The back band is also wider than the regular one. Even the straps are wider.
Q12. How often should I replace my bras?
A12. Your breast size changes every six months. You should get a fit test done to get your new bra size. If it has changed then you must replace your old bras. If the size is still the same then you must replace your old bras within a year.
Q13. How to take care of your bras?
A13. Do not machine wash your bra? Air dry them, do not dry them under direct sunlight for longer. Use mild detergent to wash them. Don’t hang your bras in the wardrobe rather organize them in a good manner so that pads won’t get creases. Do not iron your bra.
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