A Balconette Bra For Today’s Demanding Styles Of Outerwear

Posted on Mar 12 2012 - 10:19am by Lingerie Lover

It’s like having someone whom you can trust with almost everything or every situation in your life. No matter what you want to wear, balconette bras will always give you the right support without compromising on the looks.

A Balconette Bra

The first seen balconette, or demi bra, was in an 1866 painting by Gerome, which shows an Egyptian girl dancing for Caesar. Balconette bras were initially invented so that women could wear a bra under their deep neck tops without bra showing up from the edges.

These bras were designed to wear under low-cut dresses because if the top has a scoop neck and the upper edges of your bra cups show, you have something to worry about. These bras are designed in such a way that they have more of a horizontal line going across just above the bust line.

Balconette bras look somewhat like half cup bras, only they cover a little more area and provide better support. Something classic and luxurious about this style. These bras usually come with an underwire to support the chest. Balconette bras, also known as demi bras, are in so many ways like backstage workers who play an important role to let you have a great show. They quietly hide behind your low-cut tops and still provide a great deal of support.

The structure of balconette bras provides support and lift, while also exposing a large amount of skin. That is exactly why it’s a bra that fits under almost style of outerwear. Balconette bras can also have push-up pads within to provide extra lift.

With all these advantages, it brings us to one thought, “What if there weren’t any balconette bras?” How would you carry your favorite low-cut, V-neck or scoop-cut dresses? Sounds like a nightmare, doesn’t it!? So if you are heading out tonight with low-cut top, then a balconette bra will be your best bet.

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  1. vanndana choudhary May 10, 2012 at 13:54 - Reply

    nice,i liked reading it

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