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How To Match Your Under Things to Your Homecoming Dress?

Oct 7, 2011

Convertible, demi cup, strapless, adhesive and push up, there are many types of bras to choose from and sometimes it’s difficult to find the right bra for your homecoming dress. Here are some ideas to ensure you wear the right type of bra with the right style dress.

strapless dress

Wear this dress with an adhesive bra or a strapless bra.

Convertible bra:
Convertible bras work well when they’re worn with a homecoming dress that has a racer-back or halter-top design. These multifunctional bras have straps, which can be detached. Convertible bras can usually be worn four different ways – regularly over the shoulder, racer back, halter-top, or you can remove the straps completely for a strapless bra.

Adhesive bra:
Since this type of bra has no straps or bands, we recommend wearing an adhesive bra with a strapless or backless dress. These bras attach to your chest using a strong adhesive. They are commonly made from a silicone or paper material. Please keep in mind that adhesive bras provide little support, so we don’t recommend them for large cup sizes.

Demi cup bra:
Demi cup bras have half-cup styled cups, straps that are set widely apart and a horizontal bust line, which provides cleavage and an extra lift. This style bra is ideal when worn with a plunging neckline dress.

Push-up bra:
Much like a demi cup bra, a push-up bra has cups lined with padding to provide an extra lift for your chest. Wear a push-up bra with a dress that has a plunging neckline.

Strapless bra:
Strapless bras can be worn with any type of homecoming dress, but if you plan to wear a halter-top or strapless homecoming dress, go with a strapless bra.

Do you need advice on what type of bra to wear with your homecoming dress? Leave us a comment describing your dress, and we’ll do our best to guide you towards the right style bra for your dress.

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