Many people prefer to wear front closing bras, and now there are plenty of options in this bra category.
Summer tops and dresses often require me to switch to racerback front-close styles. But front-fastening bras feature traditional strap placements, too. And women who suffer from shoulder or arm mobility issues prefer to wear them year-round. Putting on a front closing bra means less pain and strain. Many seniors also favor front clasps because they are way easier to take off. (No reaching around your back to fidget with hooks.) Finally, you’ll find front closure bras more practical if your bra fitting issue is strap slippage or sloping shoulders.
Today there’s a broad range of front-close bra styles from which to choose. From lightweight bralettes, longlines, underwire, and back-smoothing styles, there’s something for everyone. And they aren’t just offered in boring black and white colors, either. You’ll find pastels, prints, and bold solids. There’s also everything from lovely lace to everyday seamless cups and even push-ups.
Here’s our round-up of some well-known brands making cute and practical front closing bras:Natori Feathers Front-Close T-Back Bra Available in 6 Colors Fitting Bands 32-36, Cups B-DDD via HerRoom Valmont Front Close Lace Cup Underwire Bra Available in 9 Colors Fitting Bands 34-52, Cups B-H via HerRoom Glamorise Wonderwire Front Close Bra Available in 4 Colors Fitting Bands 30-46, Cups B-F via Bare Necessities Cosabella Never Say Never Sexie Push-Up Bra Available in 7 Colors Fitting Bands 32-36, Cups A-D via HerRoom Glamorise Elegance Front Close Underwire Bra Available in 4 Colors Fitting Band 34-48, Cups B-G via HerRoom Gossard Lace Deep V Bralette Available in 3 Colors Fitting Bands 32-38, Cups B-E via HerRoom
Do you prefer to wear front closing bras? What are your favorite styles or brands?
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