If bra shopping is an inconvenience for straight-size women, consider it a serious hassle for plus-size ladies. Luckily, brands like these four are stepping up their lingerie game.
These Are the 4 Best Places to Buy Plus-Size Bras
Until way too recently, we thought Lane Bryant was a little, shall we say, old. Turns out, we were totally mistaken. Not only is the 114-year-old brand (what?!) hip to clothing trends, it’s also got a super-impressive lingerie range called Cacique. The bras come in a whopping 78 sizes (band sizes range from 32 to 50 and cup sizes go from B to K). Bravo.
What to buy: unlined no-wire bra ($36); sateen push-up plunge bra ($59); back-smoother balconette bra ($65)
This Canadian brand is best known for its years-long collaboration with curvy supermodel Ashley Graham. And if you know one thing about Graham, it’s that she is all about sexy, meaning you can expect Addition Elle’s offerings to be as stunning as they are size-inclusive (bras go up to 42G/H).
What to buy: Ashley Graham diva lace and straps bra ($42); plunge bra ($60); underwire sports bra ($62)
Aside from making gorgeous clothes and partnering with Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James, Eloquii is a force to be reckoned with in the lingerie department. As one review of the bra above says, “Soooo sexy!! Held the girls in place but showcased them well. I'm 38DDD.” There you have it.
What to buy: lace keyhole bralette ($35); lace bralette with removable halter ($45); strappy underwire bodysuit ($50)
Real talk: Some of Torrid’s fashion options can skew a little young, but the brand’s lingerie section is totally on point. In band sizes 36 to 50 and cup sizes B to H, Torrid’s got you covered (literally) for everything from simple T-shirt bras to sexier, nighttime-only numbers.
What to buy: rib knit bralette ($22); lace and microfiber T-shirt bra ($35); push-up strapless bra ($49)