Fit Guides
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    A bra shape designed to hold and lift the breast
    horizontally—like a balcony. Balconettes have a more open, exposed neckline while providing lift and cleavage.

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    Like a bra’s little sister, a bralette (soft cup bra) generally offers more comfort than support. Bralettes usually provide a flexible fit, so they work for different breast sizes.

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    This type of bra dips low at
    the center front for more cleavage.

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    Foam cups with extra cushioning
    in strategic areas deliver a lifted
    look and voluminous cleavage.

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    Usually found on front close bras. The

    centrally placed straps make this
    style a great option to wear with tank
    tops and racerback shirts.

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    A solution style uniquely engineered to stay in place without the need for straps. Bonus when it comes with straps that convert for all your wardrobe needs.

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    A bra with seamless foam cups that support and
    bring you within your frame for the most flattering
    shape while also concealing your nipples.

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    A bra with underwire that provides
    optimal support, separation, and lift.

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    An unlined bra does not have foam
    cups and works with your natural shape.

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    These bras can have foam cups or be unlined,
    but they do not have underwire. They are
    designed to offer more support than a bralette.