Bralettes You Need to Buy

Bralettes You Need to Buy

Women are encouraged to wear bras daily. For most of us, we have a difficult time finding bras that are actually comfortable to wear throughout the day while also being cute. I personally vouch for women going braless but I know that can be even more uncomfortable for some and is found to be easier for the smaller-chested women than the larger ones. Instead, bralettes find a good middle ground. They're an elegant form of lingerie that can be on the cheekier side or sportier side depending on what you're looking for. The perk is they stay lightweight and breathable while remaining supportive. Below, I added a variety of bralettes. Click around to l find your perfect one. 

Although I'm small-chested, I wanted to add a few bralettes for the bigger chested ladies. I've never worn any of these so I can't vouch for them but I did check to see if they were recommended by other women before adding them to the list. By ear, I've heard a lot of larger cupped ladies in the F/H/G have a hard time finding bralettes that aren't only for DD/DDD. Hopefully, this helps slightly. 

For Smaller Breasts

Lace is always a perfect choice for bralettes.

A sunflower mesh bralette is perfect for the increasingly warm weather. 

Chasing rainbows bralette from Nasty Gal

This all-day mesh trim bralette looks incredibly comfy. 

Aerie's boho racerback

Give yourself an extra push with this lace bralette.

For Larger Breasts

This beautiful black lace racerback bralette from Torrid.

Have an open back shirt? This seamless strappy bralette would be perfect. 

Arianna hi-neck lace and mesh bralette.

This comfortable underlined bralette.

No-wire bras can be just as good as a bralette.

A bralette perfect for the Fourth of July


Shayna Shattelroe

25 years old. Mama to Maddox. Word weaver. Lover of love. Coffee addict. Psychological science student. 

A woman of curious nature, my name is Shayna. I am wild & reserved. Humbled & proud. Quiet & clamorous. Strange & familiar. I live in the trees of New England typing away as lifestyle blogger. You can always find me with a coffee cup in one hand and a book in the other.

Blogging since 2005, I’ve had an innumerable amount of blogs on a vast number of platforms. Finally, I’ve found one to call home: The Lovely Cicada. This blog is a piece of myself I extend to you.