Best Bra for Sagging Breasts UK

Are you troubled by breasts that are not quite as perky or firm as they once were? You should know that you are not alone, and sagging breasts are a very common effect of ageing. As breasts are directly connected to your femininity, it can be incredibly distressing and have a detrimental effect on your self-esteem.

That sexy and curvy silhouette you once had now looks and feels like nothing more than some skin with saggy tissue weighing it down. Indeed, outward appearance and beauty is not the most important thing in the world, but if you don’t look and feel good on the outside, it can impact how you feel on the inside. Sagging breasts, therefore, can leave you feeling uncomfortable, unattractive and even embarrassed.

Although we think as it’s the year 2020, you shouldn’t need to conform to outdated societal views of what is beautiful and attractive, at the same time you obviously want to feel comfortable and good in your own skin daily so you can get on with your life. Aside from getting surgery, which is not always a viable option, what else can be done to help battle with breasts that sag?

Fortunately, many bras have been specifically designed to provide additional support to breasts that are sagging. So, before you make any decisions about surgery, consider first the list of the best bras for sagging breasts that we have put together for you here at Internet Eyes. As well as looking at the highlighted products, you will also find a buying guide to help you understand what you should be looking for when investing in a bra to combat saggy breasts.

Top 10

AISILIN Women’s Full Figure Lightly Lined Cup Comfort Strap Plus Size Bra

First on our list is this very affordable option from a company called Aislin. Made from a body that consists of 90% polyamide and 10% spandex with 100% polyester lining, this bra has moulded cups and an underwire designed to provide your breasts with that desirable shape and plenty of support.

There is mesh panelling on the centre between the cups and across the back to prevent excessive and uncomfortable sweating. It is not just the cups themselves where the company, which is a sub-brand of the extremely successful and popular Delimira, that offers comfort. The wide and cushioned straps help provide relief from shoulder pain you may have experienced in the past using inferior bust-holding solutions.

Available in both black and beige, this aesthetically pleasing bra that offers the relief and support you need can be bought in an extensive range of sizes from 34B all the way through to 46F.

Delimira Cotton Lace Non-Padded Full Cup Support Wire-Free Bra

Following on nicely from the above, we have a great bra from Delimira, the umbrella company behind Aisilin. Much like the above, the body consists of 85% polyamide and 15% spandex, while the lining is made up of 100% cotton. The major difference between this and the bra above is the lack of wiring. If you crave a soft and supportive bra that does not have an underwire, then this may be the ideal choice.

We really think the pretty lace panelling covering the top half of each breast gives it a very feminine and classy look and feel that elevates it above the average practical bra for sagging breasts. No padding and no wiring also allow your breasts to sit in a more natural position, without sagging, to help you retain that silhouette you had when you were younger. This bra also has wider than normal strapping that takes a lot of the pressure off your shoulders. Something that anyone with a large bust will appreciate.

The unpadded and non-wired bra is available in white, beige, olive green and black and sizes 38C to 48F.

Camille Underwired Lace Full Cup Bra

From Camille, we have this underwired bra next which is a nice addition to your collection as it brings a touch of lace into your collection. There is a beautifully designed and manufactured floral style lacing detail across the top of each cup. This is just one of the reasons why we are not surprised that it is one of the company’s best-selling products.

Polyamide features predominately in the bra’s composition at about 61%, with 30% cotton and 9% elastane to give it the flexibility you need when you are trying to win the battle against gravity with your sagging cleavage.

To give it a close and tight, but comfortable fit there are easy-to-use hook fasteners and adjustable straps.

Although it is only available in white, there is a wide range of sizes catered to from 34B to 42F.

Empreinte Apolline Full Cup Bra

Next, we have another great bra for all those problems you are having with a sagging bust. It has fully adjustable straps and underwired cups that are composed of three sections for extra support and comfort in all the right places. With a composition of 68% polyamide, 17% elastane and 15% polyester, you can have confidence that this will provide your bust with the shaping and form you need.

As well as the functional and practical side of it, we really think you will love the pretty design that covers the entirety of each cup, over both the solid material part and the upper half that features attractive mesh-like transparency. There is also a mesh panel between the cups to help ensure there is breathability, so you are not suffering from chafing or excessive sweating after wearing your bra for a busy day at work.

We are pleased to say that this particular bra is available in four great colours – fever (a red tone), ancient ivory (a gorgeous beige, cream colour), black and rose (a delicious pink tone) and is available in sizes ranging from 32E through to 46G.

Lepel Fiore Underwired Full Cup Bra

If you after something a bit more delicate and petite, you may well love this underwired full cup bra, the Fiore from Lepel. It is made with a very fashionable lacy design and transparent look for the upper half of the cups, which gives it a real sexy edge over many of the others available.

There is no reason why if you have trouble with sagging breasts that you need to settle for an unattractive but comfortable and supportive bra. It does have an underwire, but the upper half gives your breasts a lot of freedom to sit nicely and naturally. Made from a combination of 89% polyamide and 11% elastane, this also ensures your bust will retain its shape without your movement feeling too restricted.

As it is available in five different colours – nude, white, black, steel grey and the frankly delicious eclipse/sorbet, and a variety of sizes ranging from 30B to 38G, this is one bra that is bound to cater to most styles, preferences and body types.

Sloggi Romance Si Full Cup Bra

It wouldn’t be a serious look at the best bras for sagging breasts if we didn’t highlight at least one product from Sloggi, a company known for creating comfortable and functional, yet fashionable and attractive bras and other undergarments. This Romance Si bra is made from a combination of 53% polyamide, 33% cotton and 14% elastane. And has a full lace top half, not just on the cups but the straps that give it a real delicate look and feel.

Ideal if you want all-over support for your breasts without losing that femininity. It also benefits from the quick and easy hook and eye fastening and adjustable straps to help you get the perfect fit.

Sloggi have not offered as many choices when it comes to colours, but we think black and white offerings are a nice and simple addition to your wardrobe. It is also worth noting that this bra is best suited to women with smaller busts who still have to deal with sagging breasts, as the sizes run from 32A to 40C and there are no double letter cup sizes.

Naturana Underwired Full Cup Everyday Bra

Another great bra for sagging breasts that combines attractive and feminine styling with practical functionality while giving you that shape and silhouette you crave, is this pretty option from Naturana. Made from a mixture of 96% nylon and 4% elastane, it is soft and delicate, with underwires that keeps everything where it should be.

The lace detail in the upper half of the cups extends up onto the straps, which are adjustable and have hook and eye fastening that makes it easy to find the perfect fit.

Whether you are looking to buy more than one or just have a very particular taste when it comes to the colour of your underwear, you will appreciate the choice of five different options, burgundy, ivory, skin, black and white.

To appeal to a wide range of people, it is also available in sizes from 34B to 46DD.

Delimira Plus Size Underwire Non-Padded Smooth Lace Bra

The second Delimira bra on our list of those suitable for those of you with sagging breasts is this full coverage smooth plus size underwired option. Although it resembles a very subtle sports bra, we really love the seamless look which has a jacquard lace overlaying that gives it an extra bit of pizzazz and glamour. Made from 89% polyamide and 11% elastane, it also has generously wide straps with padding and side panelling made from cotton to provide additional shaping and lift. The underwire is also well-positioned and there is a pretty bow in between the cups.

As it is listed as a plus-size bra it is available in a large array of different sizes from 32C all the way up to 48H and comes in beige and black options.

VANEVER Underwired Full Cup Lace Bra With no Padding

Second-to-last on our list is this underwired and padded bra from VANEVER. This is made from 84% polyamide and 16% elastane to produce a sumptuously soft microfiber solution to sagging breasts that not only provides the lift and shape you require but looks and feels great too.

There is no additional padding, which means your bust is allowed the freedom to settle more naturally, while the underwire helps to push your breasts up to reverse the undesired effects of a sagging cleavage.

There is stunning lace overlaying on the cups, but that’s not the only part that is stylish, as the adjustable straps have pretty picot trim and two very adorable bowknots. A double row of easy to fasten and unfasten hook and eye clips.

Another garment in our list suitable for smaller chested women, it is available in the sizes 32A through to 95C and in five pretty colours such as bright rose (pink), light pink, black, cream and navy blue.

Fantasie Belle Floral Lace Balcony Bra with Underwire

Last but by no means least in our list is this awesome bra for sagging breasts from the incredibly popular brand Fantasie. The Belle lacey balcony bra has an underwire that helps give your sagging cleavage the lift it needs, while the shape of the cups helps to give definition and more curve to them.

To say that to look at, whoever is fortunate enough to see it, this is a gorgeous bra, is an underestimate. The three-part cups really help to lift, shape and separate your breasts to give you that silhouette you may have been missing for many years. You really will notice the difference within the first time wearing it.

As with many of the bras we have highlighted, the upper half of the cups features a lacey detailing in a more transparent layer than the bottom half. The prettiness is extended beyond the cups with the panel between them featuring a striking pattern and the see-through straps featuring the same lacing detail as the cups.

As you probably expect, it features adjustable straps and best of all is available in four very distinctive and attractive colours, including bamboo, natural beige, white and black. Designed to be worn by women with vastly different body sizes and shapes, the bra is available in various sizes from 30C up to 42E.

Best Bra For Sagging Breasts UK – Buyer’s Guide

Now you know the bras we have selected as being the best for sagging breasts, you may still find the idea of choosing between the 10 difficult. That is why we have put together a buyer’s guide to help you understand what you should be looking for. While there are plenty of bras on the market, they are not all made equally, and some will suit you better depending on several different aspects.

When you are choosing a bra to give your bust the lift, shaping and support it needs so you can feel confident, sexy and feminine again, you need to look at the following features and aspects.

Quality of Fabric

Before you add to your basket or click purchase, you need to look carefully at the quality of the fabric. This is one of the defining aspects of a bra that will determine whether or not it is comfortable and supportive. You will find that many bras nowadays are made from synthetic materials, which are known to be less comfortable than natural fabrics. Therefore, you need to make sure that even if there are synthetic materials used in the construction of a bra, that the percentage of these to the natural fabrics is much lower.

Cup Size

One of the most important things you need to factor into your decision, whether you are buying a bra for perky and firm breasts or sagging breasts is the cup size. If you buy an ill-fitting bra, you are unlikely to experience the correct amount of lift and support for your bosoms. If entirely possible, go along to a shop and have your bra size measured by a professional. If that is not possible, we have provided some tips for measuring your bra size below this section.

Stretchability

Although you definitely want a bra that provides shaping and support, which means it needs to have a certain degree of rigidity to it, it shouldn’t be too restrictive. A bra with some stretchability to it will always be more comfortable than one that does not.

Non-Padded or Padded

We are very much of the opinion that there is no right or wrong when it comes to choosing padded or non-padded bras. Both have their own unique pros and cons and it will very much depend on your personal preference as to which you pick.

While padded bras are definitely more comfortable than their non-padded counterparts, the downside is that they do not offer the same amount of freedom as non-padded options. Non-padded options can often help you to have a more natural-looking bust.

Strapping

It is very easy to overlook and underestimate the importance of the straps fitted to a bra. These have a very important role as they not only help to ensure your bra stays on, but also help determine how well or badly the bra fits. We would always recommend a 3-row hook and eye fastener strap, if possible. However, a simpler 2-row version will work just as well.

Measuring Your Bra Size for Sagging Breasts

As we have already stated, where possible, you should get yourself measured for a bra by professionals, as they know how to do it and it is much trickier to measure yourself. However, if for whatever reason you can’t get yourself to a store that will do this for you, we have put together this simple step by step guide to help you do it from the comfort of your own home. Which means you will be pleased to know – no getting down to your undies or less for a complete stranger.

First, you need to put a comfortable bra on that does not have any underwire and one that does not boost or minimise your breasts. You then need to find yourself a measuring tape. It needs to be one that is big enough to wrap around you. If you do not have a measuring tape readily available, then you could just as easily use a piece of string and then measure that afterwards.

There are two sizes you need to measure – your band size and your cup size.

Measuring Band Size

To measure your band size, you need to take the measuring tape and run it below your bust, just underneath your breasts. Whatever the result is, you round it either up or down to the next whole number.

You then take the number and, if it is even, add four, or if it is odd, add 5, to get your band size.

For instance, if you take the measurement and it comes to 32 inches, the band size would be 36, whereas if you measured 33 inches, it would be 38.

Measuring the Cup Size

Next, you need to measure the cup size. This is done by taking the measuring tape and running it, very loosely, around the largest part of your bust, making sure the measuring tape is level with the ground.

You then take the number you measured for your band size and take subtract that from the cup measurement. Each letter for the cup sizes represents an inch.

If you have, therefore, a band measurement of 32 inches and a cup measurement of 36, the difference is four, which means the cup size is D. Whereas, if you have a band measurement of 33 inches and a cup measurement of 36, the difference is 3, which means the cup size is C.

A small snapshot of the letter sizing is as follows:

  • Less than 1-inch – AA
  • 1-inches – A
  • 2-inches – B
  • 3-inches – C
  • 4-inches – D
  • 5-inches – DD
  • 6-inches – E

And so on.

Conclusion

So, there you go. If you are having serious issues with breasts not sitting in the right place and you are missing that perky, lifted cleavage you once had, then we hope our list and buyer’s guide above helps you. We have tried, as always, to give the best selection to appeal to the widest range of customers possible. Whether you have a naturally small or large bust, we are sure you will find the right bra for your body shape and size.

 

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