The history of the bra

For the first time some sort of bra was mentioned in ancient Chronicles that described the strip of thick cloth that women tied around the bust in order to protect it. Other attributes of a woman's wardrobe, reminiscent of a bra, was mentioned in the history of the 15th century, when the beautiful half of humanity began to wear corsets that shape and lift the breast up.

The first bra with two separate cups attached to the corset was invented in the late 19th century.

The modern bra, which is a separate item of female attire, appeared in the 20th century and today features a huge assortment of different models designed for different situations. Women can choose a convenient tight bra made of hypoallergenic fabrics for everyday wear or delicate bustier lace for a romantic and intimate dates.

When you need a bra

The appropriateness of wearing a bra in the first place, is determined by the size of the breast. The winner of the big busts have to wear bras for their support, because without it, large Breasts can cause back pain and General discomfort. Many women with medium and small size without bra feel insecure – it is for them meant a model push-up.

Women, do not remove the bra 24 hours a day, are more at risk of cancer of the breast.

No medical necessity for wearing a bra does not exist. It is necessary to wear under blouses and other clothing made of thin materials to get the look of the women were decent and not provocative. However, under tighter clothes that outlines the contours of nipples and Breasts is greater than expected, the bra can not wear. Zealous fans wearing bra at home, remember that unnatural breast support may lead to atrophy of the ligaments and subsequent sagging.

A good alternative to a bra can be a vest or jacket made of a quality elastic material. They will support the Breasts and protect it from excessive "swaying", not perezalivat the lymph ducts and the mammary gland. If without a bra do not need to choose the model exactly according to their size and anatomy.