How to Draw a Sports Bra?

In this step by step tutorial, I’ll show you how to draw a sports bra. I’ll go over the different parts of the bra and how to put them together to create a realistic drawing.

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In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to draw a sports bra. We’ll start by sketching out the basic shape of the bra, then we’ll add straps and other details. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have a cool sports bra drawing that you can use for fashion sketches or other illustrations. Let’s get started!

What You Will Need

-A pencil
-A piece of paper
-An eraser

1. Begin by sketching a rough outline of the sports bra. Start with the band that goes around the chest, then sketch in the cups.
2. Next, use your pencil to add some detail to the bra. Draw lines to indicate the seams, and shade in the areas that will be different colors or patterns.
3. Once you’re happy with your drawing, use an eraser to clean up any rough edges. Then, trace over your lines with a pen or permanent marker.
4. And that’s it! Your very own sports bra drawing is now complete!

Step One: Sketching the Bra

Before you start drawing a sports bra, it is important to sketch it out first. This will give you a basic idea of the shape and size of the bra. To do this, you will need a piece of paper and a pencil.

First, draw a horizontal line near the top of the paper. This will be the top of the bra. Then, draw two vertical lines on either side of the horizontal line. These lines should be about an inch apart. These will be the sides of the bra.

Next, draw a curved line connecting the two vertical lines at the bottom. This will be the bottom of the bra. Finally, draw two more vertical lines in the middle of the sides of the bra. These will be the straps of the bra.

Step Two: Adding the straps

Now that you have the basic shape of the sports bra, it’s time to add the straps. Draw two lines coming down from the top of the sports bra, perpendicular to the bottom line. These will be the straps. Make them whatever width you like – thicker straps will be more supportive, while thinner straps will be less so.

Step Three: Filling in the Bra

Now that you have your sketch of a sports bra, it’s time to fill it in! You will want to start by drawing the outline of the bra using a black pen or marker. Once you have the outline of the bra, you can begin filling it in with color. For this example, we are going to use a white sports bra with black accents.

To fill in the white sections of the bra, you will want to use a white colored pencil or crayon. Once you have filled in the white sections, you can begin filling in the black sections. For the black sections, you will want to use a black colored pencil or crayon. Once you have filled in all of the sections, you can erase any pencil lines that are showing through.

Your sports bra is now complete!

Step Four: Finishing the Drawing

Once you have the basic shape of the sports bra down, it’s time to finish the drawing. Start by adding in the straps, using two curved lines for each one. Then, draw a band around the bottom of the bra, and add in any extra details that you want. You can make your sports bra as simple or as detailed as you like. When you’re finished, erase any pencil marks that you don’t want to show, and your drawing is complete!

Tips and Tricks

When it comes to workout gear, a good sports bra is key. But how do you know if a sports bra will fit well and support you during your workout? The first step is understanding how sports bras are sized. Then, you can find the right style and fit for your body.

Sports bras are sized according to their band size (the measurement around your chest) and cup size (the measurement of breast width). To find your band size, wrap a measuring tape around your chest just under your arms and above your breasts. Make sure the tape is level all the way around and write down the measurement in inches. To find your cup size, wrap the measuring tape around your chest at nipple level. Again, make sure the tape is level and write down this measurement in inches.

Now that you have your measurements, you can consult a size chart to find the right sports bra for you. When trying on sports bras, pay attention to both the band and cup sizes. The band should be snug but not too tight – it should stay in place when you raise your arms or jump up and down. The cups should fully contain your breasts without spillage or gaps. You should also feel comfortable moving around in the bra – it shouldn’t be so tight that it’s uncomfortable or so loose that it doesn’t offer any support.

Once you’ve found a sports bra that fits well, it’s time to think about style. Sports bras come in a variety of styles, from racerback to tank top to halter top. Some have padding or built-in cups for extra support, while others are designed to wick away sweat or offer other benefits like UV protection. Consider what type of workout you’ll be doing before choosing a sports bra – for example, if you’re going for a run, you might want one with moisture-wicking fabric; if you’re playing tennis,you might want one with extra support in the form of built-in cups or padding. With so many different styles available, there’s sure to be a sports bra out there that’s perfect for you.


To conclude, drawing a sports bra is not as difficult as it may seem. With a bit of practice and observation, you should be able to get the hang of it in no time. Be sure to start with a light sketch and build up the details as you go along. And most importantly, have fun!


This guide was created by the team at How to Draw a Sports Bra. We would like to thank the following people for their contributions:

-Aaron Hirschhorn for providing illustrations
-Jessica Lee for providing creative direction
– Pamela Reed for her editing expertise

We hope you enjoy this guide and that it helps you learn how to draw a sports bra!

Further Reading

There are plenty of resources out there on how to properly draw a sports bra. We suggest doing some further reading on the subject to perfect your techniques. Here are a few helpful links to get you started:

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