Fact: bras can be uncomfortable. And let’s be real, no one wants to be stuck wearing an itchy or tight bra all day, but hey, it happens. Because of this, it comes as no surprise why so many women are opting to go bra-free these days. Rather than give up hope altogether, we’re here to tell you that there are some incredibly soft and comfortable bras out there that will not only solve those frustrating problems but will actually leave you feeling like you’re not wearing one at all. Whether you’re looking for the perfect t-shirt bra, wireless option, or bralette, these brands have you covered.
Here is our list of the most comfortable bra Brands.
When it comes to comfort, Toronto-based Knix is a world leader in both wire-free bras and functional underwear. Designed to make women feel comfortable in their own skin, Knix has pioneered the use of a patented bonding technology to create seamless, chafe-free designs, as well as fabrics with support structures built right into them. Each bra was designed for all-day comfort and wire-free support that takes to your body, so you’ll never have to deal with uncomfortable and unflattering fits again. Plus, there are several bra styles and sizes to choose from.
You’ll never find pesky underwires at Uniqlo, thanks to the popular brand’s modern approach to intimates, which includes using soft, breathable, and innovative fabrics, making each piece unlike anything you’ve ever seen (or felt) before. Here you’ll find an impressive selection of seamless bras in every colour, shape, form, and strap-style, so whatever your taste is, there’s a bra that’s perfect for you.
If you like to keep your intimates more on the simple side and aren’t crazy about funky colours, uncomfortable wires, or bulky padding, we highly recommend giving Underbares a try. This US-based brand puts comfort first and its collection is a testimate to that. Here you’ll find pared-down bras in neutral and skin-coloured hues, each made with a honeycomb-patterned lace. Each bra is priced at a reasonable $44 and sizes range from 30A to 38D.
Chances are you shopped at Aerie from time to time when you were younger, but we’re here to let you know that you need to get your booty back in your nearest Aerie store ASAP to check out its bras. Here you’ll find bras in a wide range of styles including push up, lightly lined, unlined, bralettes, and sports bras, all in inclusive sizes and incredibly comfortable and moveable fabrics.
If you’re ready for a bra company that truly represents ALL women and body types, ThirdLove is definitely it. Made with millions of real womens measurements, not size templates, ThirdLove can recommend you your perfect bra in just 60 seconds, and you won’t even have to step into a dressing room. What we truly love about this brand is how comfortable every bra is, as they are made with simple details like tagless labels, straps that won’t slip, and ultra-soft fabrics.
If the first thing you do when you get home from work is take off your bra, trust us when we say, Richer Poorer has bralettes that you definitely won’t be taking off and throwing across your room any time soon. These bralettes are reminiscent of a training bra and are so comfortable that it’s easy to forget that you’re wearing anything at all. Plus, the brands bralettes are made to form to the natural shape of your body while providing ideal coverage and keeping you comfortable all day. Seriously, what more could you ask for?
SKIMS is setting new standards by providing solutions for every body. From technically constructed shapewear that enhances your curves to bras that make you feel extra supported and comfortable. Its goal is to consistently innovate on the past and advance the industry for the future.
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