Well, ladies, it’s almost summertime. Is anyone else getting excited? While I can’t wait for short-shorts, tank tops, and the sun shining on my skin (hello, delicious tan), one thing I’m not so excited about is shopping for swimwear. As a woman with big busts, finding a swimsuit that looks and feels good can be very challenging. The biggest issue is with the swim top (most of the time). It almost never offers the extra support I need, leaving me with a less-than-sexy appearance and plunging confidence levels.
If you’re planning on an upcoming bra shopping trip, I feel you, girl. Bra shopping isn’t easy, especially when you walk into the store and see a hundred different styles. Which one is right for you?
While most people are well aware of what a traditional “bra” is, there tends to be some confusion about the bralette. Is it another type of bra style? Is it a piece of lingerie that can double as your next fave fashion statement? Or, is it in its own category altogether?If you’re just as confused as the next girl, keep reading. Below, you will discover everything you’ve ever wanted to know about bralettes and bras and why they are so very differentfrom one another.