Our Best-Seller, the 24/7 Classic T-Shirt Bra, Turns 5!

ThirdLove's 24/7 Classic T-Shirt Bras in their New Naked Shades

You’ve got your pushup bra, your balconette bra, your full coverage bra, and the list goes on. With so many different styles designed for different purposes, it’s hard to keep track of which bra does what. But the one bra that’s probably the most important essential in your wardrobe is your t-shirt bra. And if you don’t own one yet, it’s definitely time to add one to your bra drawer ASAP. Find out why ahead!

So, what exactly is a T-Shirt bra?

A t-shirt bra is traditionally a demi-cup style (mid-coverage) that creates a smooth silhouette, no matter what you’re wearing. This styles forms to your shape and strikes the perfect balance of comfort and support, making it the perfect everyday staple. If you’re looking for bras that don’t show lines, this is a simple style you can always rely on.

What do you wear with a t-shirt bra?

Aside from the obvious, you can wear a t-shirt bra with virtually any top as t-shirt bras are designed for no visible bra lines. This style is especially great to wear underneath blouses and shirts made of thinner fabrics. Pro tip: opt for a shade that’s closest to your skin tone if you’re wearing a sheer or white top.

Which breast shapes are t-shirt bras best for?

T-shirt bras work well with most breast shapes, but are especially recommended for Athletic, Bell Shape, and Relaxed breasts. These shapes could benefit from this style’s ability to naturally lift and even out fullness.

Not sure where to start?

Our bras have over 50,000 5-star reviews. Here are just a few reasons why women love the 24/7™ Classic T-Shirt Bra:

    • No-slip lining that prevents straps from slipping or digging in.
    • Ultra-thin memory foam cups provide comfortable, body-hugging support.
    • Super-soft smoothing microfiber that’s knitted for maximum durability.

It’s all part of our mission to provide amazing bras for every body. We know you’re going to love it.

For more information on other need-to-know bra styles, check out our Bra Style Guide.