Recently, Miley Cyrus was caught doing a little braless car shopping. The no-bra thing wasn’t totally terrible on its own, but her ratty, old T-shirt sent things over the edge. But hey, apparently she got a good deal on the car, so maybe her braless look was a carefully executed strategy.
Ladies, with certain articles of clothing, going braless can be totally appropriate. But there are some things you really shouldn’t do without a bra on. Check out our list so you can avoid Miley’s mistake. Read more …
Her vagina piercing was all covered up when she stepped out in London, but Lady Gaga’s latest fashion masterpiece highlighted her other assets. I’m talking about her cheekbones, which were dusted in mint green rouge. Oh, and her girls were looking lovely as well underneath her see-through lace tunic, sans bra. She looks like a walking dessert. Clearly, she’s drawing inspiration from “Top Chef: Just Desserts.” [Daily Mail UK]
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When it’s hot and sticky out, no one wants to wear more than the bare minimum when it comes to clothing and it seems as though the free-flowing braless trend is on the rise this summer. Want to ditch the tight, pinching, underwire contraption that’s ruled your life ever since puberty and let the girls breathe for a day? Just be sure to stick to these tips and you should be just fine. Keep reading »
Oh la la … French first lady Carla Bruni has stirred up a bit of controversy after she went visibly braless to a state dinner. Clearly, there are certain outfits that just don’t allow for a bra, or require some extremely crafty lingerie, but Bruni’s choice—a simple Roland Mouret dress, a long-sleeved number with a high neckline—didn’t exactly fall into that category.
Is the problem here that she’s “too old” to be going braless? Or is it an issue because she’s associated with a political figure? Have these critics forgotten that some of the most famous photographs of Carla are her nude photo shoots? What do you think—does it matter who and how old you are to clearly go commando up top? [TimesOnline.co.uk] Keep reading »