Are balconette bras supportive?
A balconette bra makes women look sexy and accentuates cleavage. But with their wide straps and cup styles, balconette bras are especially supportive for women who have broad shoulders and firmer breasts. A balcony bra’s design is not flattering on everyone, though.
Is balconette full coverage?
Our balconette is our fullest coverage bras yet! Smooth, lightly lined microfiber cups will disappears beneath everything, and our incredible 360° Back Smoothing™ technology provides comfort and creates sleek lines.
What is a balconette Cup?
The balconette bra, or balcony bra, is a bra with a horizonal, low-cut cups and wide straps that create an upward lift, like a balcony. The original design of a straight-across neckline really drives home the balcony imagery!
What are balconette bras best for?
A balconette bra has less coverage than a full cup style, so they are a good match for lower-cut tops and dresses and they also work well with high necklines as they give great support and a rounded, uplifted shape.
What do you wear with a balconette bra?
A balconette bra works best with sexy low necklines. Outfits that get ruined by visible bra cups can be effortlessly donned with a demi-coverage balconette bra. The half coverage cups stays hidden under deep necklines. Dresses and tops that have broader necklines also work great with balconette bras.
What are balconette bras good for?
How do you wear a balconette bra?
Do I need a balconette bra?
If you need a push-up effect without wearing a push-up bra, a balconette bra can do the job for you. With half coverage cups and underwires, it creates a visible cleavage which makes your breasts look fuller and rounder under low necklines.
Is a balconette bra the same as a balcony bra?
A balcony bra and a balconette bra are the same! Balconette is French for balcony, and this name is still used because of the big French influence in the lingerie history. Balcony or balconette refers to the straight across neckline of the bra.
What is the difference between balcony and balconette bras?
What is the difference between a balcony and a balconette bra? A balcony bra and a balconette bra are the same! Balconette is French for balcony, and this name is still used because of the big French influence in the lingerie history. Balcony or balconette refers to the straight across neckline of the bra.
What are the benefits of a balconette bra?
Advantages of a Balconette Bra
- The added cleavage that the support that of a bra offers and creates an upward push to enhance the breasts’ appearance to look fuller and rounder and, as a result, more attractive.
- The padding on the underside of the bra adds more volume to the breast and increases the size of the breasts.