Push-up Bra Reviews

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The Soiree Extreme Push Up Bra from Lily Of France ($30) adds a lot to your shape without taking too much from your wallet. The European-inspired look is sleek and provocative with a satiny tone-on-tone finish and flattering demi cups. The design converts to a halter style, so it can be worn with more of your favorite outfits. Like many low-to-mid priced push-up bras, this one enhances your bust with traditional cotton pads rather than the gel pads used by more expensive brands, but it does the job quite nicely.

Petite women have added challenges in finding the right bra. The average department store bra might not provide a snug and comfortable fit for those with smaller shoulders and chest widths. Wacoal Women's B0012J074 ($48) is specially designed to enhance the petite woman's figure. This bra is very versatile. The removable pads allow it to be worn as a regular or push-up bra and it can be turned into a strapless, a back criss-cross or a front V-strap. This model costs nearly as much as Victoria's secret bras, but it is made to provide the ultimate fit, and users say it delivers. While Wacoal bras don't have a particularly flirtatious image, they offer luxurious comfort, which any woman will tell you is pretty sexy in itself.

If you're in the mood for lingerie that creates a classic, sexy, boudoir vibe, try the Jezebel Women's Retro Glam Plunge Push Up ($28). The well-designed, contoured cups will give you nice lift and definition, while the seamless style offers a smooth look under clothes. Choose either black or fuchsia, both with black lace trim.

While the name Calvin Klein usually calls to mind /images of hot male models in tiny underwear, the designer makes lingerie for us ladies too. The Envy Air Push Up Bra ($48) is a low-coverage, delicate push up bra that enhances with a unique air push-up design. The style is understated, urban and hip. It's great if you want subtle lift under business or casual attire.