Straps used to just be for support. Now, they’re thick, skinny, overlapping, criss-crossing, cut out, tied up, and more.
Just leave extra time to get in and out of these. And don’t wear them to beach boot camp, lest you end up with the craziest tan lines, ever. —Lisa Elaine Held and Sarah Sarway
(Photo: Onzie Sun Ray Bra Top, Onzie)
The company that started with basics just launched bras, including this pretty, feminine one that’s incredibly comfortable.
(Photo: Cory Vines)
Wide and flat straps offer support and create a cool geometric look, with a pretty brushstroke pattern to match.
No, it’s not a bathing suit. Yes, it will look really cool in dance cardio class.
Fabletics Ayni Sports Bra, $24.95
Check out the boxy H-back straps, which totally make this bra from Kate Hudson’s Fabletics line. (Plus, it comes in a dozen colors.)
Wear this one to your WOD for pull-ups that impress.
The keyhole gets big, bold, and beautiful in this must-have piece from the chic, indie New York brand.
Channel the sun’s rays during sun salutations with this design from hot yoga fave brand Onzie.
Medium support, major strappiness.
Why should the back get all the attention? This strappy, luxe number can impress from the front.
(Photo: Urban Outfitters)
Straps exist in all directions on this low-impact pick from Alo, which also comes in basic black and white.
Get really adventurous with a criss-crossing back and a deep plunge in front.
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