20 Beautiful Beige and White Bras for DD+ Busts
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Most of the country is starting to finally thaw out, which means people are getting ready to break out their warm weather wardrobes. For many of us, this is also the time to realize that our basic bra collection may need some updating. Today I’m featuring 20 beige and white full bust bras that will be perfect under all of your spring and summer outfits. This list covers a wide range of bra shapes, fashion tastes and fanciness levels. I’ve also made notes about each, including fit notes about the ones that I’ve tried as well as which ones are my personal favorites. As usual, just click on each image to find out more about each bra.
This technically isn’t purely white or beige, but it sure is pretty. It would also disappear under most light clothing, so I think it’s a fair inclusion. These silk satin maxi bras have a huge following in the full bust community, so they’re a good bet if you want to splurge a bit.
Bravissimo’s Satine plunge was pretty revolutionary when it came out several seasons ago. While it’s not my absolute favorite plunge bra out there, it’s still a safe bet if you want an all-purpose plunge that goes under everything. This runs a bit small, so you may want to try it a cup size (or two) up from your regular size.
The Rebecca Bra is a bestseller for obvious reasons: it’s comfortable, totally smooth and creates a great shape. If you’re someone who lives in t-shirt bras, this is one you shouldn’t miss out on.
I don’t know why Pour Moi doesn’t get more attention – their bras are great and the prices are too. I particularly like the embroidery on this St. Tropez set.
This is my favorite balconette style bra: I’ve quite literally worn through one already and will probably buy two more to replace it. The pattern is cute, but this bra is really all about the fit and support. The stretch lace top makes this a great option for tons of different builds, tissue types and sizes.
Anna Pardal is a newer player in the full bust market, but I’ve been really impressed by her designs. I love this elegant yet basic take on the beige bra. You can order directly through the Anna Pardal site or special order through A Sophisticated Pair to access this line.
Kris Line makes my favorite range of basic bras. They’re all fairly full coverage, but they create great support and are chock full of beautiful details that make them feel really special. The trick is finding them. This one is from Brastop, but they sometimes show up on Zulily as well.
Another beautiful basic from Kris Line, this time in beige. That lace is just lovely.
I haven’t tried the Jana Bra yet, but I’ve heard it fits like a fusion of Fantasie and Elomi.
If you want a more luxurious basic bra, I love this vintage inspired Grace Bra by Louise Ferdinand Lingerie. This would also make a great bridal set.
Another elegant take on the basic beige bra, this time from Comexim.
I haven’t tried the Marvel bra yet, but everyone who has raves about it.
Another luxury pick from Louise Ferdinand – this Edie bra is both fun and beautiful.
The Deco is the standard for plunge bras for those in the D through G range: it’s what every other company out there is hoping to recreate.
This is an older Curvy Kate style, but I love the light blue against the white. This is a great choice if you want to inject more fashion into your basic lingerie sets.
Multiway bras in larger cup sizes are nearly impossible to find, which makes this bra by Ewa Michalak a standout. This bra is actually available in a fairly comprehensive range, although some of those sizes are special order only (and non-returnable as a result).
Another great basic set by Ewa Michalak, with the same size range and ordering restrictions. I’ve heard nothing but good things about how this BM model fits from everyone who has tried it.
This is my current favorite plunge bra – I’m seriously contemplating hoarding several fashion versions of it. Thankfully, Tutti Rouge has now released this as a continuity style so I don’t have to worry about it disappearing. This bra works under even the weirdest necklines and looks great while doing it.
One more lovely option from Louise Ferdinand, this one more basic than the rest.
Lulu Tout is doing some amazing things with laces at a truly astonishing price point. If you want a beautiful basic lingerie set on a budget, this is where to start.
What’s your favorite basic bra? Are you planning to try any of the ones on this list?