Seven Wireless Bras That Will Keep The Titties Tittying

Bras, but make it wireless.

Beauty & Fashion

It's the end of the day. You walk in your humble abode. What's the first thing you do?

A. Turn on your favorite jam

B. Take off your bra

C. Pour a glass of wine

For me, it's B, A, and then C. Since many of us have been wearing bras from a very young age, the sigh that happens when we unlatch our bras is one of great relief. Bras were designed to hold the bust in and down against the corset, which provided upward support. We have come a long way from the days of wearing corsets and we are grateful for the evolution of the bra. While we are champions for letting the girls free, we also love a little support every now and then.

That's where wireless bras come in. You don't have to give up comfort to have a supportive bra. You can have both. You deserve both. Keep scrolling for wireless bras that overstand the assignment.

1. Knix Padded V-Neck Bra - Wide Strap


Knix is redefining intimate wear with its unapologetically free way of designing. All they want is for you to be more comfortable in your skin. Their wireless bras give you the support you need without the pain of wired bras. It's all about the neckline and wide straps, making the construction perfect for low-cut tops that show off your girls. Best of all, it adapts to your unique shape.


2. Soma Wireless Nursing Bra


Word on the street: this is the best maternity bra fit. Between the smoothness of the fabric and the easy-open cups, you can nurse and look flawless at the same time. Say goodbye to not wearing tight shirts out of fear. It was created like Soma's best-selling wireless bra, Enbliss, which provides comfort and support like never before.


3. Warner Women's Cloud 9 Wire-Free Contour Bra 


Cloud 9 is where our boobs deserve to be! Warner's Cloud 9 Wire-Free Contour Bra is famous for being the best back-smoothing option. Featuring supportive straps and a wide band that feels like a hug from your favorite person, this style takes comfort to new heights. One reviewer said, "This is the most comfortable bra I've ever worn. I don't know how in the hell they did it, but I swear to God this thing is somehow more comfortable than free-tittying it."


4. Lively The Busty Bralette


"LIVELY is inspired by what we believe makes women sexy today; smart, healthy, active, and outgoing." Their tagline, "Inspired by women with wild hearts and boss brain" makes our hearts so happy. So does their Busty Bralette. It previously sold out in 48 hours because of its supportive inner sling, extra lift, and versatile styling for the D-DDD gang. Unlike other bras, this bralette will hold you down all day in all ways.


5. Bali Women's Comfort Revolution Wire Free Bra


Do you have large breasts? This one is for you. Bali's Comfort Revolution bras offer you flexible fit and all-around comfort. From 32B to 38G, shoppers adore this style for more reasons than one. They offer a variety of colors and patterns so there's no need to play it safe with a simple nude.


6. True & Co True Body Lift Scoop Neck Bra

True & Co

Made from fabric that feels like butter, True & Co has created a life-changing bra. It's the perfect mix of soft and supportive and is close to wearing nothing at all. True & Co has been committed to designing bras that make you feel like your best self. And they've done the work by crowdsourcing real women's opinions. Their new approach "continued with creating new fabrics and constructions to support you exactly the way you want to be supported."

True & Co

7. ThirdLove Form Seamless Full-Coverage Wireless Bra 


*chants 'Your boobs deserve ThirdLove'* We know you've seen this commercial. You've probably also wondered if the brand is worth a try. The answer is YES! Not only does ThirdLove produce extraordinary products, but they also educate consumers on how to understand their bodies and take care of intimates. From the Breast Shape Dictionary to Lingerie Care, you will get all you need. The full coverage bra keeps that same energy with its four-way stretch, foam padded cups, and no-strap-slipping racerback style. It's the invisible fit for us.


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