The Little Bra Company is spreading cheer to all petites this holiday season! With more than 21 sizes starting at a 28A, this brand offers you the most customized fit for your smaller body type and smaller bustline. The above gorgeous, festive styles, (from bottom to top) include the Arielle, Christina and Gillian lace bras.
Arielle This elegant push-up, has removable padding, deep-plunge with all-over lace and convertible straps. It’s recommended for wide-set breasts. Christina, is a stunning deep-plunge with eyelash lace overlay and contoured push-up.… ...Read more
Great things do come in small packages! The Little Bra Company has just introduced several sweet, new push-up bras that’ll give petite gals a little boost. Summer is a great time to reveal a bit of cleavage under that cute tank top or sundress and these push-up collections are sure to fit the bill!
The Abigale (above) is a bra that simply offers more… extra lift to your day (or night) and your bustline. Optional cookies allow you to choose When you want extra push-up.… ...Read more
The Little Bra Company® offers a full bra wardrobe for the petite and smaller-framed customer, every bra has some thoughtful design element that will help give you a boost in more ways than one. Their collections are designed for women with smaller band and cup sizes including 28-38A, 28-36B, and 28-34C cups. ALL details are scaled down to better fit and flatter petite and smaller-framed women’s frames. TLBC features an extensive array of everyday bras, bralettes, wire-free, chemises and panties.… ...Read more
By HOLLY JACKSON
When I was younger I thought that only women with larger cup sizes had lingerie issues. It must be so easy, I thought, when you could just walk into a lingerie store and buy anything on the rack! It wasn’t until I got older and developed a group of friends who had a wide variety of body types that I realized that petite women had just as many issues finding their size in a store. Many of them related horrible stories of being told to “go to the training bras” when they asked for their size in a department store or being told that their bra size just wasn’t worth making.… ...Read more
By ELLEN LEWIS
I am back in Mexico for a month with my 6 year old grandson, a powerhouse of endless activity. It’s been one week, 100 games of Sorry, endless questions requiring immediate answers, a 500 piece jigsaw puzzle to be sorted. Between all of this, I am trying to work. How does someone so small produce so much energy? I’ve watched him grow from the toddler every grandparent brags about into a personality of his own with very distinct interests that define who he is.… ...Read more
by DEEDEE CROSLAND ~ Audio Briefs
Emily Lau founded The Little Bra Company in 2007 out of a personal need and desire to create beautiful bras that fit petite and smaller-framed women. Audio Briefs‘ Deedee Crosland interviews Emily and explores her efforts to balance a start-up brand with her successful career as a television producer. Ultimately her passion for designing and manufacturing niche bras for petite women won. The Little Bra Company is now an internationally shopped brand specializing in hard to find smaller band and cup sizes.… ...Read more