Sure, we can all relate to getting in from a long day and letting loose by releasing our womanly goods and removing our bra. However, it seems to be that going braless is having a fashion moment, with A-listers giving us a rather vivid preview of their assets.
There was a time (circa Sex and the City 1999) where nipples were all the rage, but nowadays we aren’t sure whether this is socially and fashionably acceptable.
For example, Kelly Brook at the NTAs. The TV star/model wore a beautiful black gown, which was overshadowed by her visible and well-known breasts. As much as Miss Brook can rock this new trend, the fabric and lighting definitely didn’t work in her favour.
TOWIE girl, Lauren Goodger made it clear she was proud of her newly purchased boobs, as she stormed the high street well and truly braless.
She also flaunted her new assets when she took a selfie on Instagram in a thin top which definitely shows she enjoys the braless look.
Fashion North are struggling whether to back the celebs or not. Are they are on to a new fashion-fling, or does this trend completely take away from whatever ensemble we pair our bustier-less breasts with?
With the braless wonder phase in full swing, we want to know if you would ever ditch your bra in any public situation.
FN Editor, Victoria Higham isn’t a fan of the new fad, as she reveals: “No never. I need all the push up I can get and nipples aren’t cool, keep them in the 90s.”
Beauty Editor, Melody Small told us: “I’d never ever go braless. I have a FF cup and the reality is I’d probably knock myself out. Also, unlike most I spend my life trying to make my chest look smaller so letting it all hang out would be my worst nightmare.”
Rivaling this, PR Manager, Chloe Watson says: “I always go braless. I love it.” Set ‘em free, girl!
Yes, we have heard the tales behind whether bras are actually good for your health, but sometimes it sure feels good to let loose. Right?
But – perky or not, should we show the world more than they bargained for?