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Did you know the Vanity Fair bras that are so popular today, first emerged almost a hundred years ago under the banner of the Vanity Fair lingerie company that originally manufactured silk sleepwear and lingerie?
Thankfully, over the years Vanity Fair expanded their intimate apparel offerings and the women of today continue to enjoy their fashion forward quality brassieres, panties and lingerie, combined with great fit and affordability.
They have a great selection of different bra sizes, styles, and materials to cover virtually every occasion.
Here are just a few Vanity Fair bras that the women of today enjoy wearing:
The underwire bra cups are fuller than traditional full bras to accommodate extra breast tissue. Minimizer bra straps are wider and thicker which makes for a more comfortable bra fit. This brassiere, like most in the line retails for under $30.00 in sizes 36C to 42DD.
This microfiber bra has smooth contoured stretch cups that provide fuller coverage and lightly padded shoulder straps that make it a great brassiere for everyday wear.
The bonus is convertible bra straps that offer the option of wearing it either in the classic brassiere back or criss-cross back style.
Exceptionally comfortable, the racerback bra is made from a stretchy microfiber nylon/lycra lingerie fabric and is designed to be virtually invisible under tops, shirts and almost any kind of clothing with a narrow or small back.
Made from stretchy nylon/lycra for an easy bra fitting, this brassiere is ever so lightly padded for natural shaping and a smooth look. The straps are also lightly padded for a comfy fit across the shoulders. It comes in sizes 34B to 42D.
There are a number of things to consider when bra shopping for Vanity Fair bras that will become part of your lingerie wardrobe.
Be mindful of what kind of clothing you will be wearing. What may be okay to wear under a casual fitted T-shirt on the weekend when you are relaxing at home may not be appropriate with the clothes that you wear to work, especially if you work in an office environment.
When it comes to Vanity Fair bras that are for day wear, or any kind of brassieres or lingerie for that matter, the general rule of thumb is that lingerie should be invisible under your clothing.
And, if it fits like it is supposed to, you should not be able to feel it!
Invisible support that makes you feel like a million, without costing a fortune is what Vanity Fair lingerie is all about!