A luxury lingerie company named Lunya suggests that wearing a "sleep bralette" may be even better than throwing on that nightgown without anything beneath it.
ThirdLove is no stranger to making waves within the lingerie industry. After Heidi Zak and her husband launched the bra-focused startup in 2013, they built the brand's name on a revolutionary bra-fitting iOS app meant to help women finally find their right bra size, without the hassle of an in-person consultation. Suffice it to say, ThirdLove's been just a little busy changing things for the better.
During the day, an assistant principal pulled Brittney Coelho aside to point out an issue with her wardrobe — the fact that she wasn’t wearing a bra.
Rihanna is continuing to send a message of acceptance and body positivity with her latest project. "The line dares you to try something new while completely remaining authentic to yourself,” she said.
People have discovered that when you type "brassiere" into iPhone's search tool in the photos app, it gathers some surprising items.
Amber Tolliver says her investors were only interested in making sexually inappropriate jokes during her meetings. She's launching a Kickstarter for her company, Liberté, to prove she can do it on her own.
The Victoria’s Secret model loves to thrown on a blazer with no shirt underneath or even wear just a bra as a top and slip on “a good pair of jeans to bring a little coolness and laid back street feel to it.
Hollywood officially has an "it" bra. Charlize Theron rocked the Dior bra for a second “Atomic Blonde” premiere. She's not the first star to show off the look.
Teen Jaci Lane sings about bra shopping. In the most relatable style news ever, a teen on Twitter is singing about the frustration of bra shopping. Sparked by the trauma that most of us experience while looking for a new bra, Jaci Lane of Oklahoma wrote a catchy tune.
The $1.67 trillion global sportswear and athleisure market tends to focus on style and comfort, not on function. That leaves women without sports bras that support them.
Over the past 100 years, women have been rocking the #PowerLook at work. From covering for the men during World War II on the factory line to ruling the office, women have needed all kinds of everyday work wear. It’s not only their clothing that has changed — it’s also the roles women have taken on. We’re no longer tied to skirts and dresses, nor desks, and while a glass ceiling still exists, it is being stretched to the limits (and is perhaps about to be broken) by the first U.S. female presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton. ...
Kendall Jenner went out in London with her bra over her shirt, so no doubt many more young women will soon be changing how they layer their tees and lingerie.
“The T-shirt bra is really any style of bra that has a seamless, smooth look under a fitted shirt,” say Negative cofounders Marissa Vosper and Lauren Schwab. Balconettes are your sexier wear-everyday bra.