Crop top bras

Hate them or love them, I guarantee you prob have some kind of bra in your lingerie drawer—although it may be collecting dust at this point. Whether you don’t wear them as often these days or you always have one on, it can be useful to at least know the different types of bras. Sometimes a special occasion might call for a specific one, and this list can help you out! But on a more everyday basis, there can be subtle differences between, say, a demi versus a balconette or a seamless versus a smoothing, and learning more about the various types might make you realize your current bra fits incorrectly. It’s a very common issue! (More bra fit tips and tricks this wayyy.)

Crop top bras

You definitely aren’t required to have all these in your undergarment arsenal (technically speaking, you’re obviously not required to even own undergarments—that’s your business!), but if you wanted a simple breakdown of all the different styles and what they’re best for, you’ve come to the right place. Now you’ll never have to guess which silhouette is right for you and your cute summer outfit—and you can shop for pretty ones along the way. Here, 24 types of comfy, sexy, and supportive bras you can wear with any ensemble.

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Pure Luxe Underwire T-Shirt Bra

These bras are typically seamless with round, molded cups, so—true to their name—they (usually) don’t show under a tight-fitting T-shirt. This top-rated Natori style offers great support with slimmer lace straps and less coverage at the top for a more revealing style. The underwire cup has a naturally rounded, smooth shape that vanishes under your clothing.

24/7® Lace Balconette Bra

Balconettes and demi bras are VERY similar, but they’re not the same. This style is a little more revealing than a full-coverage style because the cups are cut smaller and show more of the top half of the breast. This gorge lacy one from ThirdLove is a fan fave and available in cup sizes A to I.

Real Happy Demi Lightly Lined Bra

Now, this silhouette is cut even lower than a balconette and works better under low-cut scoop-neck tops. This particular style has a scalloped trim and is lightly lined for gentle shaping. You can also wear it as a racerback for extra versatility.

Cotton Essentials Bralette

No underwire? No problem. Bralettes are typically free of wires and molded cups and are often decorative and made of lace or other delicate fabrics. This pastel stretch bralette with its lace trim is so stunning, it should be seen!

Triangle Bralette

Arguably one of the most popular shapes when it comes to bras is the triangle, and it means exactly what the name says: It has triangular-shaped cups that attach to the band, like this pretty pink style from Parade.

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