A seamed cup incorporates two or more pieces of fabric stitched together so as to form the shape of a cup.
They were highly popular before moulded cups were introduced.
These are highly versatile ones as they allow more variations in design and style. They may enable greater details than moulded cups.
They can be made out for a large number of fabrics such as laces, satins, silk, cottons, etc.
A three-sectioned bra cup may offer more support than a moulded cup.
A diagonal or vertically stitched seam are more flattering to one's shape.
However, horizontally stitched seams are also popular.
These bras enable alterations for a closer fit.
However, these bras may leave rough lines and visible bulges over your figure hugging clothes and t-shirts.
Under wired cups have wires concealed in the cups of the bra.
These wires provide great hold and support to the breasts.
They are popular among women with larger bust size as they provide support, lift and control that no other bra can offer.
A Zip Cup is also known as a maternity or nursing bra.
A zip-cup bra has zip that starts from the top of the cup. The zip is featured on the outer side of the bra.
The design makes easy availability of nipples during breast feeding.
The zip-cup has fabrics at the back also so as to prevent pinching and itching.
The outer part of the zip has a fabric liner to save your baby from any possible injury during breast feeding.