Bras come in different forms. Those that cover the entire breasts are just among the many different kinds which most men know nothing about. Even among those that are purposefully made for sexual purposes, there is still a whole variety of them. First is the quarter bra. This kind is made of a rigid band or an under wire that pushes the breast making it look more supple. Although it does provide some covering and support, most of the breasts are exposed including the nipples and the areola. Majority of these are offered as lingerie sets usually with a thong or g-string to match. This is good for women who would like to keep their partners eye on the prize.
Another type is the cupless bra, also known as open cup bra or shelf bra. It consists of a brassiere frame with no support. You might say that “it defeats the purpose”, well that depends on what purpose. It would be like wearing no bra, right? Wrong. Wearing one of these, you’ll be able to turn your man on more than you can without a bra. If you’re in a long term relationship then seeing each other naked is probably an everyday thing already. But if you’re seen in this or in one of its variations- the open cup corset
- then you’ll be sending the right signals!
The underwire open cup bra is another kind that gives no support or coverage to the breasts whatsoever. The underwire follows the shape of the lower part of the breasts that greatly adds to sensuality. They are often offered with a g-string to make an open bust lingerie. With this pair on, you’ll be dangerously close to having explosive romance after teasing your man with a pair of bosom that’s better than bare.
Another is the peep hole bra (aka peek-a-boo or nipple-less bra) this provides the full coverage of an ordinary bra except that there’s a hole intentionally made for the nipples. With this lingerie on, your man will know what he’s about to get and you’ll know that he’ll be working hard for it.
Corsets also make sensual lingerie when paired. There are corsets that cover the entire torso but leave the breasts bare and exposed. The cupless corset and under bust corset are basically the same in form and design, except for the fact that the cupless corset may have an extended line right about the bust line that intentionally and completely misses the bumps of the breasts. The open cup corset is obviously open and readily exposes the breasts leaving your nipples staring back at whoever’s ogling at them. Generally, a lining attaches to a strap forming a bra line that would have made a bra at some point. The quarter cup and shelf cup both have coverings for the breasts, except that the makers intentionally made them in such a way that the nipples and areola are still exposed. They provide good support for sagging breasts and make them more desirable. Often, these corsets come with a g-string to make an open bust lingerie