5 highly rated reducing bras you should try
Although the “braless” movement has gained strength in recent years, the truth is that some women, in their daily lives, prefer to opt for this piece of lingerie for various reasons. Greater comfort, support and even aesthetics…a bra can be essential, especially for bustier bodies.
Given this need, numerous companies have included “reducing” models in their catalogue, which, as their name indicates, help to visually reduce its volume, without giving up comfort. With or without underwire, with wide straps… they have common characteristics and adapt wonderfully to all morphologies.
From magasIN, we present five models that are currently successful in the market and that could solve your look in addition to making you feel more comfortable on a daily basis. Simple, elegant and practical, they are suitable for all budgets.
Enhance your breast with this reducing bra Generous Minimizerof dim. Your secret? A satin microfiber composition and excellent support thanks to its hidden underwires, its U-shaped back and its straps, which guarantee a slimming effect and perfect support (€41.99).
Ysabel Mora account, in his new collection Essentials, with key models like this bra in which all the finishes are designed to ensure maximum support without losing style: reinforced underwires and microfiber, wide straps and sides and closure with up to 4 positions with our characteristic interior lining. Its seams play a fundamental role in the reducing effect (€19.95).
This smooth, wireless reducing bra is a must-have for several reasons: its honey color, which can be worn under light clothing, its comfort, as it does not have underwires, and its doble lamination with super soft linings for added elasticity and breathability. Its almost seamless construction guarantees a clean finish to avoid leaving marks. Of Triumph (€52.99).
The non-preformed underwire bra Minimizerof Hunkemöller (€27.99) has a reduced effectr with which you will be able to reduce the visual appearance of your breasts, without losing comfort.
Whatever model you choose, remember that you can take advantage of your chest in a thousand ways. Fatima Valdes Nieto, creative consultant and fashion stylistclarifies: “Having too much or too little breast is one of the inaesthetics that is not only common but common to all morphologies, regardless of their base typology.
If we have a lot of chest, we should choose blouses or shirts with pronounced V-necks or crossed necklines and avoid high necks and round necks because visually they will give more and greater prominence to the chest. A classic-style shirt collar shirt, with the buttons strategically open to achieve that verticality, is an alternative that is as successful as it is feminine.”
Remember, in any case, that if you have excess weight in this area, you should go to a specialist. Gigantomastia, excessive breast development, is officially recognized and can lead to various physical problems such as back or neck pain.
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