Under Your Shift / Trapeze Dress
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A trapeze dress is also known as A-line, tent, or sack dress. While the empire dress has its waistline just below the bust, the trapeze dress has no waistline at all. It is blousy and got lots of fabric from top to bottom. It looks best with a deep-scoop neck and sassy, short hemline. Trapeze dresses, along with the straight cut shift dresses, often cause of styling problems mainly because these styles are shapeless and make you feel as if you are wearing a sack.
But it is not the dress style that can make or break the look, but the undergarment that you wear under your shift or trapeze dress. Sticking out straps and underwires very awry are the main factors of a ruined look. The perfect push up or push in bra will make your shift/trapeze dress attractive and dazzling rather than problematic. If you are busty, there is a right uplifting bra to accentuate your positive assets. If you are of a petite size, the push up bra and the magic push up in bra will do wonders to your silhouette. You just need to look around and make consultations with the experts in lingerie shops to find the right bra for you to wear, specifically under your trapeze or shift dress. Orlinas' Dream Push Up Push In Support Bra is a perfect choice for your shift/trapeze dress.
You should be able to match the right bra for any dress that you would wear. It is very useful if you want to have comfort, style and confidence in any outfit that you wear. Bras are a part of your daily life, and you would not want any issues about bra wearing such as straps, support, and comfort and so on.
A trapeze or shift dress, when worn in a school prom or a party, can look fabulous whatever is your figure. The most common neckline for a trapeze is haltered neck or a deep V or scooped neck. The key to wearing these dresses is to choose the support bra that will not make you uncomfortable after an hour or 2 of wearing. There are many styles of push up, push in bras that offer stability and enough support.
Wearing a halter trapeze or shift dress with a support bra shouldn't be a problem. There is a new generation of support bras out there that uses lots of techniques for every type of dressing. This may look complicated at first, but you will see that they work wonder to your halter neck trapeze. Choosing the light lingerie does not mean that you can forego your comfort or the needed support to get the sexiest neckline of your shift/trapeze top.
The one-shoulder neckline shouldn't be an issue, neither. You might be tempted to buy a strapless for your one shoulder neckline or something asymmetric. But note, sweetie, that one shoulder neckline tops or dresses tend to hit lower than one side of the bust. Pick the right push up bra with straps that can convert to one shoulder. This could save you from getting embarrassed as you are partying during the night.
- Sofia Johnson