Rachel - The Rachel is your classic pullover bralette. It has no fuss, but still all the style. It has a basic triangle cup, trimmed all the way around, for a simple finished look from top to bottom. This is the perfect bralette to wear daily with any t-shirt, tank top, or really anything at all. Depending on the fabric, it also doubles as the perfect bikini top. Sizes come in basic small-medium-large options.
Allison - The Allison, though made with a classic triangle cup similar to the Rachel, is a bralette with just a tad bit more stability. The thick underband provides a little added support without the discomfort of underwire, and it comes with a hook at center back for easy removal. This style would be suggested for anyone looking for a little extra push up in their bralette. Sizes can be selected based on both band size and cup size, allowing customization as most standard bras are offered.
Andrea - If I could force everyone in the world to start wearing bralettes, the Andrea is what I would hand them. To me, it is the total package. It utilizes a classic triangle cup, but comes with a sexy twist. It features two crossing double straps in the front, making it the perfect addition to any outfit, giving you just that little sneak peek. It has a thick underband for a little extra push and support like the Allison, as well as a hook closure in back. It's the perfect mix of classic, comfort, and edge. Sizes can be selected based on both band size and cup size, allowing customization as most standard bras are offered.
Jillian - The Jillian is a balanced mix between the Andrea and the Rachel. It gives you the ease of a simple pullover bralette, while keeping the added sexy straps in the front for a little extra fun. It has a thin underband and no hook closure, but rather a decorative ring in front where the chest straps knot onto the underband. The Jillian just made it even easier to feel sexy in your own skin, while comfortably showing a little. Sizes come in basic small-medium-large options.
Nicole - Afraid of the term "bralette"? We get it. The mere thought of a possible nip slip isn't for everyone, and that's okay. The Nicole was designed with a little more practicality in mind. While still maintaining the no-fuss attitude of a bralette, this style offers slightly more coverage. The front is cut in one piece like a bandeau, rather than two separate cups, but stops at the sides like a typical bralette offering the same fabric-free back, mirroring the likes of the Rachel. Currently this style is only offered in lycras and jerseys, which make for greater support, and also make it a great versatile piece to be worn as a bikini or sports bra. Sizes come in basic small-medium-large options.