History of the bra
The history of this important feminine accessory starts more than 100 years ago, around the 1900.
The first person who created something which looks like a bra was French woman Herminie Cadolle, who designed the mother of today’s bra, called at that time: “soutien-gorge”.
At first, the bra wasn’t even close as stylish and aesthetic as it is today. And this was because it actually had the purpose of hiding the woman’s body, the opposite as today’s role you might say.
The bra is nowadays a great accessory designed to fit all silhouettes no matter if they are thin, chubby or with shapes like the ones in the Victoria Secret’s catalog.
Why the bra is important
Do you know how important the bra is? Well, yes, be very careful how you choose it because it is very important actually.
If you have the impression that the bra is just a piece of clothing which can only be worn under the clothes then you are wrong. It can be seen under some types of shirts and much more important, if it isn’t well chosen it can affect your health.
A good quality bra has to:
– don’t squeeze your skin
– don’t let red stripes on your shoulders or any part of your skin
– don’t make you feel uncomfortable in any way
– lift and sustain with delicacy your chest
– don’t modify the shape of your chest
If you’d ask me, having in mind all the aspects above, the most appropriate bra will be the wire free one, especially if you want to take the healthiest choice. And what is also important is that, if you have a little creativity, you can make this bra to look as hot as the other types of bra.
Below there are some nice models of wire free bras: