Women complain to me that there are few styles to choose from beyond a certain alphabet cup. Yet there's never a shortage of deep cup bras and full bust lingerie brands on display at lingerie trade shows.
This year's CURVExpo Designer Lingerie event was no exception. I visited three new (to me) brands that you may want to check out this Fall, either in stores or on-line. Each approaches the needs of women wearing deep cup bras or full bust lingerie in a very different way.
The Curvy Couture collection includes comfy cotton bras, basic t-shirt molded cups, sexy lace and animal prints, and even corsets. Their designs are all about the fuller-busted woman's comfort in mind. You'll find little extras like wide, padded straps, and under bust sling construction for added support. Curvy Couture foundations are available in sizes 36C to 44H.
Tia Lyn Lingerie offers up a wide range of basic and sexy styles in camisoles, slips, chemises, teddies, lounge and sleepwear. These can be paired with a variety of bottoms, including boy short, tanga, brief, or garter options. You'll find both dark hued and light lacy pieces and soft, feminine graduated color block designs. Tia Lyn is available in sizes S, M, L, 1X, 2X, and 3X.Tia Lyn Essentials Slip Image via Tia Lyn Lingerie
New kid on the intimate apparel block, Sunday Intimates recently launched its very first line of vintage inspired deep cup bras, panties, sleepwear and kimonos, all made in Los Angeles. I liked how they coordinated their pieces with fashionable wraps and cute jammies. Sunday Intimates are available in UK sizes 28DD-H and 30-34 D-H. Look for them on-line in time for the Holiday season.
Which of these lingerie brands to you like best? Do you have a deep cup or full bust lingerie style or brand you recommend?
Image credit: Sunday Intimates
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