Front and Side Opening Bras Which Will Have You Feeling Confident, Supported and Sexy
(Photo credit: Erin Collection from Bra Easy)
The invention of the bra dates back to the early 1800’s when evidence started to emerge that corset probably weren’t that awesome for women’s health, causing nausea, breathlessness, fainting and even gynaecological problems. For a long time women persisted with corsets, excepting that these weren’t symptoms of wearing a corset but simply characteristics of being a women and that corsets were necessary to provide women with physical and moral support. Thank goodness we’ve come along way since then and over the years the bra has evolved into what we see today.
But I can’t help but think that if the bra was designed from scratch, without the constraints of the past, that surely the wouldn’t have the clasp at the back.
Thankfully, many designers agree and front (and even side) opening bras are becoming increasingly common.
Here are four bras that either close at the front or the side and will have you feeling confident, supported and sexy. Click on the images for links to suppliers within Australia.
Bra Easy have designed a collection of bras that can be put on with one hand. With soft fabrics and Velcro openings the bras have been designed to ensure that you are comfortable and supported.
Glamorise have a wide range of front opening bras from sports bras to more high end lace bras. Glamorise have been making bras for over 100 years and their goal is to make your favourite bra – the one that makes you feel the best, and the one you trust to wear all day long.
This front popper fastening, non wired and unpadded bra from The Able Label is exceptionally comfortable with padded should straps and a smooth cotton lining for extra comfort.
Amoena have been combining technology and supreme comfort with a range of mastectomy bras and swimwear for over 40 years. The classically feminine textured jacquard fabric of this Ellen bra has lace inserts plus decorative straps, for an everyday elegant look in a wire-free bra.
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