There are many femme bras out there that don't provide support for women with larger breasts, or that are made to look like other bras for other women. This makes them very confusing and confusing to buy. Most women don't look for support at a low-cut bra. In fact, many women choose to pay more for their bras, to give them better support, than they can get elsewhere. Many of the more fashionable "Femme-in-Bras" make their products less likely to be removed from the breasts, which may have some practical benefit. These are some of the brands that I have been using and recommending, and I can tell you that they really do work. They are not cheap, and they do cost a bit more than other bras. I have been recommending them for many years, and I am happy to keep recommending them for other women. They're not necessarily all created equal, however. It is important to use different brands and sizes, especially on smaller breasts. If you are a woman who likes to have a slightly fuller or more voluminous breast (I am, in fact) you should use one or two different brands to find the perfect fit for you. There are two ways to do this.