Fit Guide

Developing a bra wardrobe is essential. Having just one style of bra that fits well is no more an option than having just one style of shoes or boots. Here are some general styles and shapes that may help you determine your needs.

If you prefer to have your full breast completely supported without feeling restricted, then this is the style for you.

Invisible under fitted tops, T-shirt bras are not necessarily padded, although the fabric is thicker than a seamed bra.

A popular style with a low cut that still provides good coverage. Perfect under boat-neck tops and dresses.

Designed to stay up and hidden; an essential style for strapless dresses, halters, and one-shoulder tops.

Foam padding is either added or, built-in to the bottom to help lift the bust, creating a full, "lifted" appearance.

This specialty style features stretch pockets on the inside which help hold your breast prosthesis in place.

Designed primarily for comfort, this lightweight "petite" bra has no underwire, and virtually no support.

Offering superior comfort with only light lift and support, this style is banded around the body to hold it in place.

This popular style offers full coverage and compression support to keep you secure while your body is in motion.

A completely smooth, seam-free style offering full breast coverage with a higher center gore for greater support.

Perfect for a low neckline, this style features a very low centre to help accentuate your cleavage.

This style can be smooth or seamed; wired or wireless. A top clip allows unhooking of the fabric for easy nursing.