What Bra Should I Wear With A Wrap Dress?
Are you looking for that ideal bra? Do you have a particular piece of clothing in mind? Perhaps that special dress? Let’s deal with one of the biggest conundrums of our time. Frankly, it’s a question that’s baffled women for decades.
If you’re wondering what bra to wear with a wrap dress, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s everything you need to know about how to pick the lingerie that will best suit your outfit:
Traditional Wrap Dress: Push-Up Bra
Lynn Super Push-Up Bra P13021 | Lynn Hipster P13015 in Nude
First of all, let’s deal with the most traditional style of wrap dress. These are often bohemian in style and look wonderful with long flowing material. When you consider what bra to wear with a wrap dress like this one, the answer ought to be straightforward enough. Choosing a beautiful push-up bra could be the answer.
As a golden rule, you should look for a bra that is light on material, and perhaps has a thin band. That way, you can be sure that it won’t be visible when you put the dress on. It’s about trying out a few different styles first of all. Keep looking for that ideal lingerie!
Strappy Wrap Dress: Convertible Bra
Elissa Strapless Contour Bra P5011 | Elissa Bikini P5013 in Black
Next up, let’s tackle the issue of what to wear with a wrap dress that has straps. It’s a difficult one. If you’re new to the world of lingerie, you might think that this is an impossible problem to solve. It doesn’t have to be. You simply need to think about ways to make it work. Getting a convertible bra could be the way to go. The most important thing to remember here is that the lingerie you choose should be versatile.
When you try the bra on, you will see that there are many ways in which you can style this particular piece of lingerie. First of all, you can take the straps off the piece altogether, and make it into a strapless bra. Besides that, you could use a clip to alter the straps and hold them in place. Play around with different options to see what works.
Related: Finding A Supportive Strapless Bra: 6 Do’s and Don’t’s
Backless Wrap Dress: Strapless Bra
Lynn Push-Up Strapless Bra P13112 | Lynn Brazilian Thong P13014 in Nude
Of course, some wrap dresses tie at the front but are completely backless. Should that be the case, you’re going to need to need to try extra hard when it comes to finding the lingerie that will match it well. One of the things you might want to consider is a chic strapless bra. There are many of these out there so take the time to look around.
For example, you might find that a push-up strapless bra does the trick. You should check how far down the band sits and whether it will be on show or not. That way, you can see whether your bra will show or whether you will have a flawless look. It’s worth trying the bra first to see whether it’s the right one for you and your dress.
Low-Cut Wrap Dress: Plunge Bra
Casey Plunge Molded Bra 2801 | Casey Boyshort 2805 in Ruby Wine
When you’re thinking about what bras to wear with a wrap dress, one of the easiest ways to go is to opt for a molded plunge bra. As the name suggests, these type of bras tend to plunge down deep. That means that they complement a wrap dress more than you might imagine. Of course, some of these dresses tend to have a relatively low neckline. That means that you need to find a bra that won’t be on show when you slip your dress on.
Many plunge bras are low and easy to style with most outfits. These pieces of lingerie will change from style to style. That’s a given. However, by the very definition of this bra, you can be sure that the mid-section of the material will be lower than most people expect. Getting a molded look means that your lingerie will give you a smooth, sleek finish too.
Related: 5 Hidden Perks Of Plunge Bras Revealed
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Whether you’re shopping for new everyday bras or lingerie for a special occasion, it’s always a good idea to seek out a second opinion. We know how hard it is to find bras that fit well and feel good, especially when you’re doing it on your own. If you’ve ever felt unsure about your bra size or you just don’t know where to go to find good bras, it’s time to let a bra fitter help.
Many specialty lingerie boutiques offer bra fittings. Their expert bra fitters will take the pain and frustration out of bra shopping and do all the work for you. Even better, their product knowledge can save you time and money. Plus, they know where all of the best bras are hiding.
If you’ve struggled with finding bras in the right size, it’s time to make a change. Visit our specialty store locator to find a store near you and schedule an appointment.
Happy bra shopping!