Camisole is a woman’s loose-fitting undergarment for the upper body, typically held up by shoulder straps. The secret is that you’re wearing a shirt under a shirt, thereby keeping your breasts supported and cradled in a comfortable, stretchy, wire-free material. For those that feel easy because of the high visibility of their nipples, you can go for the best camisoles with built-in bras or use a nipple cover under the camisole instead.
These are actually location-specific. Swimsuits are good options while going to have fun at the beach. They have pads infused in them. Bras aren’t meant to be worn while swimming. Fabrics like lace, mesh, and satin are vulnerable to chlorine and sand damage, which reduces their lifespan considerably. A dip in the ocean can cause irreversible damage to the fabric and fit and this is really hard to fix.
This would be the alternative I least recommend because of how easy it is to be incorrectly done. Binding with the wrong material, such as bandages or tape, can lead to serious physical damage such as blood clots, irregular breathing, and sore ribs. But there are safe ways to wrap your chest with the right products and materials!
You don’t really need a bra when you wear an overbust corset. If your corset is the right size, chances are that you will not need added support. The stiffness and strength of the garment, especially corsets with steel boning) will provide adequate lift and support for your breast