One question a lot of women wonder is “How do I stop my bra lines from showing?”. It’s certainly a common problem for me too. Many bras have underwire that tends to dig into my skin, making me so uncomfortable on the hot and sticky summer days here in Texas. YUCK! To fix this, I tried the Soma Enbliss Full Coverage Underwire Bra and fell in love!
Eliminate Bra Lines with the Soma Enbliss Bra
To solve the bra lines issue, many women go with a seamless or wireless bra like the Soma Enbliss bra. This vanishing back bra is a great choice. But I personally need a bra with underwire for that extra support. Luckily, this bra has super comfortable underwire that you can’t even feel. It’s full coverage and softer than anything you’ve ever worn! I feel comfortable and supported in the Soma Enbliss Bra all day long. And it is actually engineered to ensure the wire never even touches your body. The underwire is made almost undetectable in a padded foam wire for a comfortable, barely-there feel. No matter what size you are, this bra has adjustable elastic straps for personal fit and comfort. It always helps when a product is highly reviewed online, and this bra has endless 5-star reviews that totally convinced me.
How to Purchase the Best Fitting Bra
While this bra has amazing support, it also never digs into my back. That is the secret to wearing a skinny tee without bra lines – you have to wear the correct bra! One that is the proper fit and isn’t too tight. Otherwise you will see the fat rolls and lines in your back (don’t worry, we all have them). Did you know that when you first purchase a bra you should wear it on the loosest hook (see my picture above). As time goes on, move inward on the hooks to keep the same support as when you purchased your bra.
I definitely suggest this bra for anyone! It’s been especially useful for me to wear under fitted clothes and tees because the bra lines don’t show through and it doesn’t poke my skin. Do you have a favorite bra you love? Share in a comment below!
xoxo – Tanya
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photo: Audrie Dollins