These are also difficult dresses to match a bra with – they reveal a lot of skin, and right when your bra band would normally sit. However, there are luckily a few types of bra that can help with this situation, giving you the support you need without compromising your cleavage and the way your dress looks. Most importantly it is vital to know your correct bra size which you can work out using Panache's helpful bra fitting guide
Your first option is to wear a bra with "invisible straps". These are transparent plastic straps that can barely be seen against your skin. Because they still have straps these bras provide the same amount of support as a regular bra, which is good if you have larger breasts that may suffer if the amount of support is decreased.
Alternatively, you could opt for a strapless bra with a very low back band. Created specifically with backless dresses or dresses with low backs in mind, these provide support and lift from underneath without rising high enough to be seen.
For a more creative solution, think about altering your dress by sewing in bra cups. This will add permanent additional support to the dress itself, so every time you wear it you will have a built it bra to keep your assets in place.
Backless bras are a new type of bra, again created specifically to be worn with certain types of dresses. A backless bra has straps that go slightly around the shoulders, meaning that the back remains completely exposed. This bra can be worn with a dress with a very low-cut back and still show nothing.
Finally, you could try adhesive bra cups. These don't have any straps or a band – they are simply pads that you stick directly to your breasts with a skin friendly adhesive. However, these cups don't offer much in the way of support, so are not great for those with larger breasts."This is a sponsored post