For women who need them, finding the best minimizer bra can be tricky. Too often, you’re made to choose between wearing a pretty bra and having one that gives you the support you need. We researched some of the best brands and top selling products and put together this minimizer bra buying guide to show that there is a way to balance style and support. Before we get to our reviews, let’s look at some key features to keep in mind.
Color Options: Most of these bras are available in standard colors of black, beige, and white. Some of them really give you a lot of really pretty color options and some even have lace details and overlays.
Size: Size varies from bra to bra but just about every size is covered in this list. The smallest size we found is 30AA while the largest is 48H. So, there really is something for just about everyone here.
Underwire: Most of these bras have underwire because it’s a reliable way to add a lot of support to a bra. That said, if you prefer the best minimizer sports bra, we found some supportive picks without underwire, too.
Material: Bras are one item that really needs to be stretchy and stay that way. Most of these bras contain Spandex, nylon, polyester, or lycra. There are some cotton bras, too, but for a minimizing bra, you need a little bit more.
Hand Wash Only: Most of these bras are hand wash only. Sometimes, the agitation caused by the washing machine is too much for the fabric and structure of a bra. We did find a few machine wash options, though.
Plus Size: This is important because plus size bras are a little different. They have to have wide straps and the more columns and rows of hooks on the closure, the better the support will feel.
Now that you know what to look for in a minimizer bra, let’s move right into our reviews. Here’s the deal: we put our top and budgets picks first. Why? Because that’s the best place to start if you’re in a hurry and want to get some idea of the range that’s available. All of these picks have something unique to offer so stick around as long as you can. Alright, let’s get to our bra reviews.
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Kimberly Graf is a researcher and writer for GeekWrapped.com. She covers kitchen, cooking, and home products.
Article last updated on:
September 30, 2019