This month we celebrate the women who’ve made differences in our lives. We decided to take this opportunity to introduce you to some of the women who’ve influenced the world of women’s undergarments. Their names may not always be known now but their legacies live on in our favourite bras!
The term centre gore refers to the space in a bra that sits between your breasts. This little space can change the way you look in a bra and determine how comfortable it will be for you to wear! Different widths and depths of a gore will determine how close or separated your breasts will be. For some women, only one height or width will work and feel comfortable while others will be able to wear several different types successfully. Read on to learn more about different centre gores and their importance! A balcony bra has a mid-range centre gore as seen here in the Cari Spacer Foam Bra by Panache Lingerie. Balcony bras fit a number of figure types, providing...
"With Matilda I look smaller and have great support from the three panel construction. The side panel pushes my breast towards the center while the two center panels provide gentle lift."
2 Most Important Things in a Correctly Fit Bra 80% of breast support provided by your bra should come from the band and/or underwire and not the straps. The straps merely pull the top of the cup back against your chest wall and engage the underwire to fit snugly, encapsulating your breast tissue.
Why do you need to understand the 6 different Bra Back Shapes? There is more to fitting a bra than just finding your size. Learn about the 6 different bra back styles and why they make a difference to your comfort and shape and why they look different under your clothing.