Contour cups are more rigid cups than molded cups.
They are quite invisible under all tight clothing and t-shirts.
They may also be good for those who have to deal with "double boob" problem. Such people have their one breast smaller than the other.
However, for those who have got few implants into their breasts may find the style difficult to fit into.
Storing contour bras may require extra care as any mishandling or carelessness may ruin the shape and firmness. Even folding the bra wrong way may call for problem and bring unwanted wrinkles to them.
Most of the demi cups are placed at an angle so as to push the breasts towards the center for more cleavage and to remove breast tissue from under the arms.
An under wire demi cup is more shallower and shorter.
Most of the push-up style bras are done in demi cup style to offer greater cleavage and provide maximum possible exposure to the breasts.
Remember to wear the right size of a demi bra as the breasts may appear bulgy or cut-off if the fit is not proper.
These nursing bras feature an easy to use clip at the top of each cup so that the cups can be individually dropped down when breastfeeding a baby.
It is quite different from a zip-cup bra in design.