Trend watch: Top five sports bras for all sizes and budgets
Let these sports bras in our latest trend watch support your girls for both high- and low-impact activities.
1/5Best bargain Stock up on this affordable nylon-and-spandex sports bra and get two looks in one, thanks to its reversible graphic-to-solid capability. C9 by Champion reversible racerback bra, $15, at Target, locations throughout the city; visit target.com
2/5Photograph: Martin BrentBest for D+ cups We love that lingerie company Panache solves the large-bust/smaller-band-size conundrum by offering sizes 28–44 A–K. The brand’s sports bra has individual breast molds, so you’ll never get the dreaded uniboob. It’s also said to reduce bouncing by 83 percent. Panache Maximum Control Ultimate underwire sports bra, $68, at barenecessities.com
3/5Best sweat-proof style Mesh vents on both sides will help keep you cool even during high-energy workouts. Adidas Techfit bra, $25, at Adidas (adidas.com)
4/5Best for the A-cup crowd The soft nylon-and-spandex fabric blend prevents chafing, while the snug, stretchy fit gives those with smaller chests a ton of support. Athleta Sprint Seamless bra top, $48, at Athleta (athleta.gap.com)
5/5Best plus-size option With wide, adjustable straps, this bra for the full figure (available in sizes up to 46F) stays put during any amount of exercising. Glamorise No Bounce sports bra cami, $34, at Lane Bryant, locations throughout the city; visit lanebryant.com
By Elizabeth Denton
Sports bras can be tricky to fit whether you’re an A or D cup. In this trend watch, we rounded up our favorite looks for both plus-size and petite ladies, for low- and high-impact activities. From brands such as Panache and Adidas, you’re sure to find a style to keep your girls in check.