When To Wear A Plunge Bra

A Plunge Bra is truly one of the industry’s marvels. Although most would disagree, we think that this style is one of the most versatile styles that go with just about anything.

“…..Just about anything? Yes, just about anything.”

In our consultations and bra fittings, we have paired our collection of Plunge Bras across a variety of everyday fashion from formal suits to casual jackets and street blouses.

The Plunge Bra feels you from within, giving you that sense of empowerment a woman should have and not being gender sidelined in ways that annoy you to the bone. In a perceptual world dominated by man – but hey, as great as a man thinks of himself, he came from a great person called mother, who happens to be a woman, isn’t that so?

Not all superwoman wear capes, you can wear a Plunge Bra too! If anyone tells you that you are not good enough or that you are not qualified enough, you should get up, dress up and lift your spirits high because your confidence is shining right through.

Unless you are not wearing the right fit, a Plunge Bra is the wonder woman of your collection. Whether you are dressing up for work, going for a dinner date or simply dressing to impress, you’ll find that a Plunge Bra is almost as good as a one for all innovation.

So what exactly is a Plunge Bra?

It is a style that dives into the centre of your chest which gives it the name Plunge, and flatters your neckline while hiding the fabric underneath your clothes. It is angled perfectly to naturally lift your breasts in the ways you have always desired.

When to Wear a Balconette Bra

 

Unless you are not wearing bras anymore, your lingerie collection is the backbone of your wardrobe that gets worn the most but gets the least love.

 

Like your other outfit, there’s a bra for every occasion which means you need to categorize them well.

 

A balconette bra is easily one of the sexiest everyday styles you have sitting in your wardrobe. It cups your breasts gently from below giving them a natural lift and a rounded appearance from the front. Its straps are further apart for a wider and lower cut neck line.

 

If your busts are pointing upwards and outwards, it’s definitely wrong. You should be feeling the confidence now that there’s more volume at the top giving the impression of fuller busts and your boobs should not look like they are popping out.

 

While it’s not the best option for a great cleavage, it’s certainly brings your volume game to the next level and it doesn’t make your boobs look fake – that’s the last thing you want to see happening.

 

A well fitted balconette bra makes the best of your décolletage.

 

How many times have you ditched that pretty off-shoulder dress because you look flat in it? Pretty sure you have abandoned the one with a square neck line as well. That’s not fair!

 

You can definitely pair your balconette bras with some of these tops.