It’s time to free the nip.
A-list girls are ditching lingerie as part of the latest fashion statement, where exposing some – or a lot – of cleavage is back in fashion.
Julia Fox, Dua Lipa and Kristen Stewart are among the ladies who have been wearing everything for the paparazzi lately and have been snapped while living utterly liberated.
They opt for plunging necklines, barely-there crop tops, unbuttoned suit jackets, and even totally see-through numbers that undress as the season progresses.
You may be following the lead of actress Gillian Anderson, who vowed last year to never wear a bra again.
“I don’t care if my breasts reach my navel. I’m not wearing a bra, it’s just too f– uncomfortable,” the Sex Education actress said in an Instagram Live clip.
Despite celebrity gung-ho attitudes to abandon brassieres, women with larger breasts have explained the bust trend.
“For those of us that are a little taller, it’s actually more comfortable to wear a bra (as much as I hate to admit it)” wrote a woman on Twitter in response to Anderson’s comments.
Some fashion enthusiasts praise the extra support, with one writing that it’s for bras due to her E-cup chest measurement.
“[My] Body needs a little extra reinforcement here and there,” wrote Charlotte Dallison for Fashion Journal.
Other writers have noted that women with larger breasts are often left out altogether, as idealized fashion trends are more suited to the small committee.
“A perfect example is Jacquemus’ micro cardigan top that had celebrities in a stranglehold,” writes Gigi Fong for HypeBae. “The top was controversial because it didn’t offer any support to the breasts and was therefore reserved exclusively for women with smaller breasts.”
But even a few well-endowed celebrities are leaving the hangers at home, leaving viewers wondering: Won’t they sag?
We’ve all heard the story that bras supposedly prevent sagging with age, but the theory isn’t backed by experts.
“Wearing a bra does not affect the risk of breast sagging or what is known as ‘breast ptosis,'” said Dr. Breast health specialist Cassann Blake told the Cleveland Clinic, adding that bras don’t change shape either.
“It’s okay to do what’s comfortable for you. If you feel comfortable not wearing a bra, that’s fine,” Blake said. “If you feel that some support is needed, then perhaps a bralette or wireless bra would be a happy medium at home. It all depends on what you’re comfortable with.”
She also reassured that wearing a bra, or choosing not to, wouldn’t affect breast cancer risk — so a little more cleavage won’t kill anyone.
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