Much like anything form-fitting, or that requires fasteners to put on, bras have taken a backseat in my clothing lineup. It wasn’t exactly an intentional fashion exile on my part: but when most office days include settling in on the couch with stretchy pants, it’s easy to disregard them as a vital part of a weekday wardrobe. After months of barely even looking at a bra, I decided to give them another go in an attempt to get out of my much too relaxed pajama pants uniform. I found that even when I’m throwing on the same button-down or turtleneck for the second time in a week, and happen to scarcely leave my apartment, a bra at least provides some pretense of feeling put together. And an option that can’t help but make you feel good? Welcome to the wonderful world of the silk bra.
Much like how a silk shirt instantly creates an air of elegance, silk bras pretty much do the same when it comes to lingerie. They’re a little dose of luxury that quickly lifts my mood–even if I’m the only one who knows I’m wearing it. With that said, I’m sure you too could use a little something to lift your spirits, so I’ve put all of the internet’s best silk bras in one place. From bralettes to those of the push-up variety, scroll below to peruse and shop all of the ones I'm loving right now.
Zara Silk Bra ($50)
We'd suggest buying the matching panties for a completely luxurious-feeling set.
Araks Yanelis Cotton and Stretch-Silk Triangle Bra ($42)
Araks not only follows sustainable practices, but the brand also designs some of the most unique lingerie on the market.
Intimissimi Bellissima Silk Push-Up Bra ($59)
The icy gray color seals the deal.
Cos Mulberry Silk Soft Bra ($49)
Try wearing this one underneath a blazer.
Silriver Silk Satin Triangle Bralette ($23)
Rated four stars on Amazon, reviewers love its affordable price.
Cuup The Scoop Bra ($68)
We love that the cup sizes go up to a size H.
Morgan Lane Noelle Bra ($178)
If you prefer a more bralette-approach.
Fleur Du Mal Satin Scooped Balconette Bra ($108)
Fleur du Mal isn't an industry favorite for no reason: their balconette bra is a beloved silhouette available in a multitude of sizes.
Gooseberry Intimates Delight Latte Leopard Print ($45)
The animal print lends this to wearing it as a top.
Harlow & Fox Eleanor Damson Bra ($186)
Here's a great option if you happen to be on the curvier side with a bigger cup size.
Zara Lace and Satin Effect Bralette ($40)
The delicate lace is so pretty.
Stella McCartney Lace-Trimmed Stretch-Silk Triangle Bra ($120)
There's no underwire here, so if you like your bras on the light support side, this one is for you.
Marks & Spencer Silk & Lace Multiway Bra ($50)
Every woman could use a reliable multi-way bra.
Moye Silk Ruffle Bralette ($146)
Don't leave this one undercovered! Break it out as a top during the summer or underneath a v-neck sweater in the winter.
Le Petit Trou Oriane Bra ($90)
Mesh panels also tie in nicely with this season's "naked" trend.
DKNY Satin Statement Balcony Bra ($46)
Added side-boning gives extra support.
Fleur of England Signature Lace-Trimmed Silk-Blend Balconette Bra ($112)
An angelic-looking lace version.
Dora Larsen Lily Underwired Bra ($90)
Ten by Babaton Aria Top ($34)
Lucky for you this is 50 percent off right now.
Eres Bourdon Silk-Blend Satin Underwired Bra ($470)
Eres is about as top of the line as one can get.
Larissa Kate Pure Silk Bra ($98)
100% silk, 100% pure luxury.
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