Lilyette bra collections offer the full-figured woman beautiful solutions that boost her confidence and embrace her curves with exquisite comfort, fit and support. From minimizers to full coverage bras, Lilyette plus-size has something for almost all full-figure women, allowing them to celebrate their shape and look even better in their clothes.
Lilyette has been known for years as the go-to brand for minimizer bras, styles that are designed to reduce breast projection. Many women prefer this style because they like to wear a button-down blouse or Henley T-shirt top but don’t want the buttons to look like they’re going to pop off. By reducing breast projection and repositioning the breast tissue, Lilyette minimizer bras help prevent this look.
The Lilyette brand really starts at a C and goes up to a DDD (D3) cup. And Lilyette understands the full-figure woman and her desire not to wear bras that look utilitarian. Lilyette strives to give their bras a feminine, soft look with pretty embroidery and lace. But at the same time, they provide unparalleled support and fit. It’s also worth mentioning that Lilyette bras, along with being great looking, come at a great price as well.
Lilyette has designed some bras to address the dreaded back fat issue. Known as back smoothers, Lilyette has created innovative technology that is built into the back of their bras to eliminate back bulge, thus making it disappear under clothes.
Strapless bras are always a challenge for the full busted woman, and Lilyette has designed a bra that addresses this need. With the Lilyette tailored strapless minimizer bra, a woman can experience the best of two bra types. This bra offers a woman security in knowing that there will be no slippage, and delivers a clean, seamless flawless look beneath clothes or special occasion dresses. This nifty bra can also convert to halter or crisscross styling with the removable straps, which are included.
Lilyette Intimate Apparel is a division of Maidenform, Inc. Maidenform purchased the Lilyette brand back in 1995 when it was a brand aimed at the full figure consumer. Since its purchase, Maidenform has kept Lilyette's objective and continues to focus on the full-figure and full busted woman.