The Best Bralettes For Small Boobs

Update: This post was originally published on November 7, 2016.
We'll be the first to admit that small-chested ladies were dealt a pretty good hand when it comes to bra options. There are unique concerns associated with having less material up there, of course. But when boob support can take a backseat to style and personal preference, the lingerie floodgates open.
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In recent years, we've seen the rise of the bralette, the ultimate fashion-meets-function solution for women with A and B cups. It has minimal support, optimal comfort, and a sleek look. And everyone has an opinion on them.
Think of bralettes as the grown-up versions of training bras. They also serve as an opportunity to experiment with lace, cutouts, and other cheeky details we may be a little hesitant to incorporate into our undergarment lineup. Most importantly, though, they're darn comfortable: lightweight, with a little bit of stretch that allows the bra to fit perfectly with the contours of our body, all the while keeping our modest cups in line.
There are many factors that come into play when picking the perfect bralette. But once you find your match, it's forever, baby. So we've rounded up our favorites — click ahead to find your bralette soulmate.
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Sometimes lace is best.

H&M Lace Bralette, $12.99, available at H&M.
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Go for the plunge.

Lively The Geo Lace Bralette, $35, available at Lively.
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This sports bra/bralette hybrid is so comfortable, you'll forget you're even wearing it.

Aerie Boy Bralette, $22.46, available at Aerie.
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A ribbed detail and a wide under-strap make this minimal stunner extra comfy.

Baserange Emily Bra Rib in Dusty Blue, $35.99, available at Need Supply.
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Lacy and black are musts for every small-chested lady.

Talula Moterey Bralette, $25, available at Aritzia.
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Less is more with this simple, classic addition to your collection.

Jonesy Kate Bralette in Navy, $40, available at Jonesy.
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You'll hardly remember you're even wearing this one.

Land Of Women Super Soft Bandeau, $80, available at The Dreslyn.
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A little sheerness never hurts (and neither do adjustable straps).

Araks Lara Bralette Violet, $135, available at Araks.
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COS Sheer Soft Bra, $35, available at COS.
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Play with sheer fabrics and details that are meant to be shown off.

Cosabella Metropolis Bralette, $52.50, available at Cosabella.
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Tackle the trends with this long-line velvet style.

Fleur Du Mal Velvet Longline Bra, $98, available at Fleur Du Mal.
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Go with comfortable (but still light and breathable) full-coverage under your thick fall sweaters.

Cypress Label Gilda Bra, $122, available at Cypress Label.
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As close as you can get to #freethenipple while still wearing a bra.

Lonely Lexi Softcup Bra, $62.26, available at Lonely.
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Highlight your chest with an added strap detail.

Victoria's Secret Crochet Lace Triangle Bralette, $20, available at Victoria's Secret.
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Stretch lace is supportive yet movable, so you don't feel too cooped up in your bra all day.

Hanky Panky Signature Lace Triangle Bralette, $38, available at Hanky Panky.
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And when you want a little extra accentuation, try a bralette with a bit of padding that's still more comfortable than your typical T-shirt bra.

Aerie Padded Push-up Bralette, $20, available at Aerie.
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Embrace a wider underband.

Eres Evening Silk-Blend Lace Soft-Cup Bra, $315, available at Eres.
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Pump up your bralette game with cross over straps.

Toru and Naoko Alexia Bra, $63, available at Toru and Naoko.
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Free People Black Galloon Lace Halter Bra, $20, available at Free People.
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