Beginner bras are usually straightforward. Typically, they're designed as pull-over bras with no wires, hooks or underwire. Their simplicity and the stretchability of the cotton fabric ensure maximum comfort, especially during the growth phase.
While it largely depends on an individual’s breast growth stage, the average age is around 11-12 years.
Teenage bras are particularly crafted with soft fabric to accommodate and support growing breasts, whereas regular bras are structured differently based on their purpose.
Choosing the right bra size is determined by breast size. In case of any uncertainty, you can either visit a Triumph store for size assistance or consult our detailed online size guide.
Absolutely! Girls can start wearing bras at any age, depending on their development, with the average starting age being around 11-12 years.
Beginner bras for girls are versatile. They can be worn under any clothing or even styled as a trendy crop top.
Certainly. Padding in beginner bras offers discretion, especially for young girls who might feel conscious about their developing bodies. This design feature ensures comfort and confidence, eliminating any worries about visibility.