For over 125 years Triumph have been crafting world class, quality lingerie.
Still a family owned business, Triumph has been crafting beautiful lingerie since 1886. Experts in styling and fit, the team at Triumph believe that perfectly fitting lingerie empowers women, helping them to look and feel their best. Whether you need lift, subtle shape, or supreme comfort, the Triumph range offers something for you.
Where it all began...
The name Triumph is born after the company’s founder sees the Arc De Triumph in Paris and is inspired.
Triumph launch the first ever ‘Buy before you Try’ bra that fits every silhouette providing light shaping without the need for a fitting appointment.
Triumph introduces a sports range to provide for the aerobic trends of the era.
Triumph launches the minimizer bra to appeal to ladies who regard their bust as too large.
Triumph continue to lead innovation with the first ever strapless corselette, adjustable bra straps and front closing styles giving a greater level of choice.
Post War Wardrobe brings Triumph to life with a fresh colour palette focusing on a pin up girl style with vibrant reds, accessorised with nautical twists for a nod to retro post war celebrations.
High octane glamour is the norm where the age of the bosom begins with 1957 marking history with the first lingerie fashion show.
Lace details and the use of colour spark a more sensual side to lingerie and with the first elastane fibre now available, Triumph introduce the ‘Doreen’ range which is still a firm favourite today.
Triumph caters to every woman with a breadth of innovation. Brand Ambassador Helena Christensen is the forefront for celebrating the women of today as Triumph continue to make women feel fantastic.
In April 2014, we began our mission to help you find the bra you’ve always wanted.
We’re hoping to help at least 100,000 women to find their perfect fit, so we can say goodbye to nasty lingerie niggles like itchy lace, quadra-boob and pokey underwires.
Our fitting experts have helped 14,177 women to find their perfect fit.
73% said badly fitting lingerie can ruin their day.
More than half of women choose their underwear to feel sexy, despite what goes over the top!
'The Doreen' is the world's best selling bra and still sells 1 every 30 minutes!
37% of British women have been fitted for a bra in the last 6 months.
Why does my underwire dig in?
If your bra feels too tight around your chest, you might need to increase your band size. If your bra feels snug under your bust, you could try an underwire that’s soft and flexible and moves with your body.
The elastic at the sides of my bra burns my skin.
That’s not unusual, as the elastic on many bras can be harsh on the skin. Look for a bra that’s made from a breathable, light fabric all over. Whether it’s lace or cotton, there are fabrics out there that will help you avoid the burn! Make sure you check your band size as well - can you just about fit two fingers under there? If not, your bra might be a little tight under your bust. This could be pressing it hard against your skin, giving you the burning sensation.
My straps are leaving marks on my shoulders.
It sounds like your straps are taking more weight than they should. It's actually the band of your bra that should be giving you the most support. Try a smaller band size and a larger cup size (go up a cup size for each band size) to make sure your bust has the right amount of support.
I get an annoying pain from the clasp of my bra.
Some hook and eye closures are not well padded and made from a rigid metal, so you can feel them through your back strap. But there are soft clasps out there, or front fastening bras. You shouldn’t even feel the ones that are made for comfort.
I have fuller cups and bras give me unflattering overhang under my armpits.
Fuller bra sizes tend to vary more between brands, so it can be hard to work out why some sizes fit you while others don't. If you have extra breast tissue on the sides, it’s likely for these bras that the cup size is too small. The cup-to-cup distance may also be too narrow, so look or ask for cups that are set a little wider apart. If this all seems a little difficult to judge, it’s a good idea to have an expert fitting, as women with fuller cups often need a little extra help finding the right fit.
Is there a way of measuring myself accurately?
You can estimate your bra size by measuring under your bust for your band size. Then measuring around the fullest part of your bust and taking away your underbust measurement to get your cup size (using a conversion chart). But the true measure of your size is so much more.
When our fit experts do their fittings, it's years of experience and understanding, and the right questions about exactly what you want that give you a perfect fit. So we always recommend a personal fitting to find your true size.
I often spill out over the top of my cups.
It might seem like your cups are cutting into your breasts, but it's likely that your cup size is too small. Or it could be that you have fuller cups, so the cut of your bra cups is too shallow for you. Try one cup size bigger and a band size smaller. You could also try a bra with more cup coverage, like a T-shirt bra.
My bra gives me back bulges.
Funnily enough, you might suspect your band size is too small, but it’s probably too big. Your band should fit snugly on the loosest hook. The best way to test this is to put two fingers under your band, they should just fit (with the backstrap sitting low on your shoulder blades). A band that’s too big for you will ride up and create lumps where there are none!
I think my boobs are different sizes – how can I help them look even?
It’s a common issue and we suggest a T-shirt bra as they have padded and moulded cups, so are good at covering and shaping your bust. And just because it’s a T-shirt bra, it doesn’t mean you won’t find a bra with gorgeous detailing and design as well.
There is a gap at the front of my cups, am I wearing the wrong size?
First, try tightening your straps as they may be too loose. If you still have gaps or creasing cups, try a smaller cup size and make sure you look at the cup shape too, as this may affect your fit as well. Always ask for help with a fitting if you’re unsure, to get the most supportive and shaping bra.
I have smaller boobs and I’m looking for the perfect push-up effect.
To get the perfect cleavage, your push-up bra should be pushing up as well as in and it should fit beautifully. So do check your band fits closely under your bust and there are no gaps or creasing in your cups (as this means your cups are too big). You don’t want to feel uncomfortable either, so make sure your breasts don’t feel squeezed together.
I need a bra that will make my cup size look smaller.
Lots of women ask for this type of bra as on average, our cup sizes are getting fuller. Look for a minimizer bra as they are designed to make your bust look smaller whilst flattering your shape, and feeling lightweight and comfortable.
The world’s best-selling non wired bra, the iconic Doreen bra is loved by women the world over. Thanks to its brilliant construction, the bra offers fantastic projection and optimal support for the larger bust. Available in bra sizes ranging from a 34- 46 and cup B-J.
Triumph Amourette Spotlight Bra
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Triumph Amourette Underwired Bra
- Low stock, selling fast
Triumph Amourette Padded Underwired Bra
- Low stock, selling fast
Triumph Soft Lace Bras (2 Pack)
- Low stock, selling fast
Triumph is one of the most trusted brands in womens underwear, with almost half a century of experience in making bras. Our Triumph Bras collection features an extensive range of bras, with and without padding and under-wiring, stylish practical sports bras, soft shaper T-shirt bras.
Our Triumph Bras range also includes the traditional Doreen Collection, with cotton bras for comfort and delicate detailing on the cup fabric, and the popular non-wired Relaxana Range, with wide straps and a deep back for added comfort. Be triumphant in Triumphs fantastic range of bras and matching briefs.