Did you know that a women’s bra preference says a lot about her as a person?
Those looking for sports bras, are typically athletic. Those looking for full coverage, are after comfort. Those looking for lace, want to show some sex appeal.
Because I work from home, yet still dress up for style shoots and going out with friends, I am all about OPTIONS when it comes to finding the perfect bra. With it being summer, we are more opt to need this versatility when wearing the fashions of the season.
I was so excited to team up with the folks of Lily of France and try out their NEW line of bras. Boy did THEY deliver! I had NO idea a bra could be so versatile. You will never be asking the question “What type of bra should I wear with this?” again.
Top 3 bras EVERY girl needs for SUMMER:
Lily of France ‘Extreme Lightly Lined Underwire’ bra in heart breaker purple:
While this super soft padded bra converts 5 ways (regular, no slip, crisscross, racer-back, and halter), it comes in handy when you want to wear a skin bearing low-cut or plunging neckline for summer. A newer concept, the u plunge, offers support and a fun color/print.
Lily of France ‘Extreme Push’Up Underwire’ bra in nude:
The soft and cushy padding comes with 3-way convertibility: everyday, no slip, and criss cross. This is the perfect “white t-shirt bra”. There is nothing worse than seeing a girl wearing a harsh hot pink, black, or blue bra peering through a white tee. Plus, you can usually wear your “white T-shirt bra” with any other color shirt. Not to mention, every girl deserves a little pick me up that the famous push-up bra offers.
Lily of France Extreme Options™ bra in white:
A staple for summer. This bra converts 62 ways and will allow you to wear your racer-backs, halter tops, and strapless dresses. I prefer this multi-functional bra over its strapless bra counterpart, because it allows you the convenience of wearing all the summer styles without having to buy a different bra for each look. White allows you to alternate with different colors in your wardrobe.
Be sure to visit the Lily of France website here.