Cosabella Bras To Showcase Female Body Shape
Feminine form receives a touch of class with Cosabella bras. Designs include push -up, molded cup, und erwire or no wire in body enhancing colors and fabric blends.
Cosabella Bras For Body Shaping Your Breasts
Creating Curvaceous Breasts - Cosabella Push Up Bra. You’ll get it right with the push-up bra designed by Cosabella. Just the right amount of support from the molded cups…removable pads that allow you to “increase” or “decrease” cleavage…enhanced feminine color choices including amethyst, nude, white and black…and in four distinct size groupings to match each woman’s unique body shape.
Underwire Bra By Cosabella. Delivering discrete support, the Cosabella underwire bra gives that extra support in options including unlined…double mesh for all day comfort…stretch micro fiber for next-to-skin soft touch…eye-catching colors from flamingo or shell pink to apricot, black and nude…plus 5 size options so that most women can find the perfect fit.
Micro Fiber Bras By Cosabella. For the woman who doesn’t need or like the flip-wire annoyance of underwire bras, Cosabella offers the soft-padded stretch micro fiber bra in nude or black colors along with 4 size choices.
Strapless Bra For Special Occasion Wear. You’re wearing a plunging neckline outfit, so you can’t have bra straps. Solution? Cosabella’s strapless bra, Soire Mesh Bandeau…unlined for a sleek smooth look…molded cup incorporating underwire for just enough support…sophisticated color palette including nude, black and sand in a range of size choices.
Getting The Perfect Fit With Your Cosabella Bra. Most women will change bra sizes five times or more over their mature years. And, most women experience that unique anatomical experience of one breast shaped and sized slightly different to the other breast. Result? Rushed purchases, lack of measurement knowledge results in bra purchases where the fit is just not right.
* Bra Sizing Tips. Bra selection is not about science, rather it’s a matter wholly about feel-and-look. To kick-start the process and narrow size choices to the “most likely to fit” segment, you need to first take a measure just below your bust line…go all around your rib cage and you’ll come up with a number such as 30. Next, add 5 inches which results in 35 as your likely band length. Now, for cup size, do another measure around the fullest point of your bust line…say the number is 38. You take 38 – 35 = 3 = Cup Size C.