Bras are no less than your everyday outfits. You wear bras every day and all the time, so a bra is usually manufactured using at least two different fabrics in different quantities by using tricot, raschel or jersey knit methods. You can read the bra tag for more information.
Tropical wardrobes overflow with cotton. There are innumerable benefits to cotton. Cotton bras are easy to care for and low maintenance in comparison to other fabrics and work best for everyday bras that we wear during summers. The cool material circulates internal and external heat evenly to maintain body temperature at all times.
It doesn’t matter if you workout or not. You can wear a spandex bra irrespective of the climate changes. They are also known as Lycra or elastane. Spandex bras are weaved in a certain way that compliments your movement along with flexibility.
A lace bra is not just a bra that looks feminine and sultry. They are comfortable, flexible, easy to wear all day long and make your day something different from the usual. Lace bras are typically made for spring and the beginning of the summer season.
Speaking climate-wise, silk or satin bras are not for outdoor use. These are luxury fabrics and are typically made for showing off. Nightwear, honeymoon and bridal bras are available in this material to spice up your nights. They are cool, flexible and too sexy to resist.
You should definitely have a variety of polyamide bras in your lingerie wardrobe if you live in regions that get frequent rains. Polyamides are hydrophobic in nature, they don’t do well with moisture so the only option to get rid of moisture is to dry faster. That is exactly what polyamide bras do. Your polyamide inners will dry faster than your outfits that are directly under the fan or heater.
Polyester is the best fabric in a bra that allows little movement lengthwise and no movement in the cross side. This way your breasts won’t jiggle too much and makes the bra highly supportive for women with heavier breasts. Polyester bras may not be a summer staple in very hot climates because even though they dry fast they don’t regulate the heat properly. So these bra fabrics are typically recommended for autumn, spring and early winters. Polyester bras do come with a mix of nylon and have the same benefits as mentioned above.