Fashion & Beauty
15 Best Bra Brands for the Bride-to-Be
Every bride wants to feel her best on her wedding day, and that includes what’s underneath your wedding gown. Looking sexy is key, but comfort is just as important. There’s nothing worse than worrying your bra is going to peek out from under your strapless dress. Or, fretting guests can see the lines of your bustier through your gown. But don’t panic as you embark upon bra shopping! We have rounded up the best bra brands for women of all shapes and sizes. From backless to plus-size to push-up, these are the top bra styles for brides to suit all gown styles, whether you plan to don a silk slip dress or a ball gown with a plunging neckline. Maybe you’re shopping for Valentine’s Day or honeymoon lingerie. Either way, you’ve come to the right place to find your perfect fit. And then you can direct your wedding planning worries elsewhere. We got this!
The Top Bra Brands for Brides
- Best Unlined Bra Brand: Victoria’s Secret
- Best Full-Coverage Bra Brand: Calvin Klein
- Best Backless Brand: BHLDN
- Best Strapless Brand: Spanx
- Best Push-Up Brand: Spanx
- Best Plus-Size Brand: ThirdLove
- Best Affordable Brand: Dominique
- Best Bustier Brand: Felina
- Best Adhesive Bra Brand: Fashion Forms
- Best Bandeau-Style Brand: Yummie
- Best Wireless Brand: B. Tempt’d by Wacoal
- Best Splurge Brand: La Perla
- Best Plunging Bra Brand: Bare Necessities
- Best Bralette Brand: Free People
- Best T-Shirt Bra: Victoria’s Secret
Bridal Bra Shopping 101
The style of your wedding gown will largely dictate which bra you should wear. A low back requires a backless bra, while a strapless dress will call for a bra sans straps. Ask yourself if you want the support of an underwire, or would you prefer a less constrictive bralette? And be real with yourself; if you have a larger bust, you may want to skip an adhesive bra. Read on to learn more about the different bra options out there, and think about how each one would pair with the gown you fell in love with.
Bridal Bra Shopping Considerations
Shop bras between $30 and $450, with most styles costing between $40 and $80.
Brides will want to stick with white, nude or skin-tone bras.
Sure, some bra styles are lacier and more flirty while others boast breathable fabrics and smoothing support over sex appeal. But yes, you can look sexy and wear a practical bra. Keep scrolling, brides! We have some fun and impressively functional bridal bras to share with you.
If you wear your bra often, and it stops feeling supportive or you have back, shoulder or neck pain, replace it at least once a year if not more frequently. A bra you only sport for special occasions (like your wedding!) will get more mileage, and you can keep it on hand for years, assuming it still fits.
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