A bra’s a bra – or is it? Here are some simple descriptions of the different lingerie styles (click to see our range of each style).
It’s simple. Just a sheer, thin fabric, lace or mesh. No moulding. No padding in the cup. Can come with or without an underwire.
This bra has a thin moulded cup and gives great uplift while providing a pleasing, natural shape. Perfect for giving women a great uplift without looking too enhanced.
As the name suggests, this style has no underwire. Soft and comfortable for everyday wear it can come with a thin, moulded cup or a lace cup.
This very feminine garment covers the body from breast to waist. Very often they have built in bra cups and come in many style variations. They vary in length (some sit above the hip bone and some are cut lower), and often have fixed or detachable suspender straps for attaching stockings. They fasten with hooks and eyes, lace up with ribbon or have a delicate zipper as a closer. Some have vertical boning (flexible reinforcement) sewn into the garment which gives it a firmer structure providing great body shaping for the wearer. Generally a bustier doesn’t have built in bra cups.
A beautiful one-piece garment usually made from lace – essentially it’s a camisole with a sexy brief all in one. Quite often bodysuits will have built in underwire cups.
A g-string with thin sides and back.
A g-string that is wider on the sides and usually has a similar shape at the back as it is at the front. A very flattering and popular style.
A traditional style of brief that is thinner on the sides. It can be either cheeky cut or a full cut at the back.
A super sexy brief that has moderate to minimal coverage. The silhouette at the back is more than a thong but narrower than a bikini.
Wide on the sides and a cheeky brief at the back. French Knickers look great on all body shapes.