A bra to be worn by a woman during exercising includes front and
rear portions. A plurality of pockets are disposed in the front
and rear portions of the bra. A plurality of weights may be disposed
in the pockets. Any one of the weights may be connected in any one
of a plurality of locations relative to the bra.
A nursing bra comprised of two cups with an outer pocket/flap in
each cup for holding a thin circular heating/cooling device in place.
This pocket is a full piece of fabric with an opening at the upper
center portion of the garment that holds the heating/cooling device
in place. The heating/cooling device provides relief from engorgement,
plugged ducts, mastitis and other general nursing pain. There is
also a rear panel comprised of two cups with openings in each cup
for nursing a baby. The front and rear panel coexist, forming a
supportive and comfortable bra. The removable front, outer panel
is connected to the rear panel at the base, which allows for the
upper portion of the front panel to be lowered allowing the nipple,
and surrounding area of the woman's breast to be exposed for nursing.
A multi-layer uplift bra which enhances a woman's natural curves
while providing adequate support and coverage for the breasts includes
a bottom portion capable of encircling the torso of a wearer, a
pair of breast cups joined at a center portion, and a pair of straps,
each of which being connected at one end to a breast cup and at
another end to the bottom portion of the bra. The pair of straps
are capable of extending over a pair of shoulders of the wearer.
The breast cups include a first layer for lifting the breasts and
creating cleavage and a second layer for supporting and holding
the breasts in place. A joining means is provided for joining the
first and second layers together along the bottom portion of the
multi-layer uplift bra.
A backless bra. The backless bras has an elongate strap formed
with a loop at each end. Each loop is configured for positioning
about the breast of a user with strap material, therebetween positioned
about the back of a user's neck.