Support For All: 8 Size-Inclusive Lingerie Brands on Nykaa Fashion

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Over the last few years, size inclusivity has been a topic of much debate – and for good reason. While clothing brands have introduced more options across different size spectrums, innerwear, especially the bra, is still catching up. Luckily, some brands do cater to multiple body types and shapes, offering innerwear sizes for all.

Here’s a list of the size-inclusive lingerie brands on Nykaa Fashion for wherever you are on the spectrum of bra sizes!


If you’re looking for support with a side of style and comfort, Amante has a lot to offer. Carrying band sizes ranging from 32 to 40 and cup sizes B to DD, you can choose from various coverage options and styles. Padded, non-padded, underwired, and non-wired – Amante offers all these in a host of fabrics and pretty prints.

Marks & Spencer

A trusted name in the world of bras and briefs, Marks & Spencer offers support in all shapes, sizes, and forms. From 30A to 44G, you can choose from bras with or without underwire support and different necklines, such as plunge and balconette. Their collection of briefs and panties, too, are available across sizes – from UK6 to 30.


Another oldie but goodie that should definitely be in your lingerie drawer, Triumph indeed triumphs over ill-fitting bras. And for those who are well endowed in the chest area, Triumph’s minimiser brassieres – available from 34C to 40F – are a must-have. Speaking from experience, it’s a game changer for t-shirts, fitted tops, and high-neck dresses if you’re a heavy-chested gal. No bulge in sight, and your confidence is sure to shoot up!

Van Heusen

Whether you’re an S, XXL, or an A or DD cup, you can count on Van Heusen’s high-quality selection of innerwear. The brand has a variety of styles for both bras and panties, including thongs and briefs as well as everyday and lace bras. Their range of Anti-bacterial push-up bras are worth trying, as they come with multi-way straps that can be worn under multiple outfits.

Nykyd by Nykaa

From 32DD to 44E – yes, you read that right – Nykyd by Nykaa has it all when it comes to bra sizes. Unlike many other brands, Nykyd by Nykaa offers a top-class selection of fabrics and prints across all sizes – no compromise on the style front! You can choose from pretty pink minimisers to wireless options in delicate floral prints. The in-house brand also offers sports bras in low, medium, and high-intensity options.


This brand is for all the plus-size girls out there – you simply must try their bras if you’ve had enough of blah-looking lingerie. Parfait pays special attention to how innerwear makes you feel from within, offering uber-sensual and stylish bras and briefs. Also, they have a good selection of nursing bras. If you’re a new mum or a soon-to-be mommy, we suggest you check these out.


This Japanese lingerie brand is making waves in the Indian market, thanks to its size-inclusive, high-quality products. Offering cup sizes A to G and everything in between, Wacoal bras are a class apart. You can try their mould-padded range for a super smooth look for all your bodycon clothes. And if you’re looking for something naughty but nice, check out their lace bras – so many delicious colours!


We love an affordable brand that doesn’t compromise on quality – and that’s exactly why Soie is on this list. French for “silk,” the brand is best loved for its full-coverage, padded ultra-soft bras. These are available in 32D to 40D sizes. Their minimiser bras come in many colour variants – black, white, nude, brown, pink, and blue – and provide full coverage and good support for C, D, DD, E, and F cup sizes.

So the next time you are bra-shopping online, make sure to keep this list handy. You can also check out these chic and sexy lingerie brands on our radar. Finally, remember to measure your bra size correctly and choose the closest size from the options. Refer to the bra-measuring guide below.

How To Measure Your Bra Size the Right Way

Step 1: Measuring the Band: Go braless (or put on a non-padded bra) and measure around your torso right under your breasts using a measuring tape (this is where your bra band sits). Round to the nearest whole number. If the number is even, add four inches.

Step 2: Get the Fullest Part: Move to the fullest part of your chest (nipple level) and wrap the tape around a bit loosely. Again, round off this number to the nearest whole number.

Step 3: Figuring Out the Cup: To get your cup size, you need to subtract Step 1 from Step 2. For instance, if your band is 37 inches and your fullest size is 34, then 37 – 34 = 3. This means you’re a 34C (search for a cup size chart online, you’ll get many).

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