My insecurities with my breasts have lasted a long time, so maybe my New Year's resolution this year will be to attempt braless-ness more often. In her article, McKelle Fischer suggested wearing a camisole underneath clothing, but I wouldn't ever really want to do that with an adorable cami top like this one. . This look was definitely the one I felt most comfortable in, likely because my breasts were hidden underneath so many layers, which meant my boobs weren't noticeable at all. Due to the shape, I'd feel totally comfortable being braless out and about in it on a warmer autumnal day.
After all, anyone who expects big boobs on a plus size gal to be perky has probably never actually seen tits in real life before. Personally, I'm not really sure if it'd be comfortable enough to sport outside of my bedroom. When it comes down to it, some of these styling tips definitely work while others are pretty dependent on other factors like your destination, your personal style, and how comfortable you are with under-boob visibility. Tops And Dresses With Slips Or Built-In Linings As McKelle Fischer noted, wearing a dress with a slip and without a bra means you can't really see the shape of the person's body. I want to see my body and I want to show off how damn good the shape of that body is. I feel that without a bra, this style of shirt just emphasized how braless I was, rather than covering up the fact. So I decided to give all the hacks a test run, because bras really aren't mandatory for everyone and I'd love to someday stop feeling like they're mandatory for me.
But jumping around braless is usually not a painless option for big breasted people. Unfortunately, that's kind of my issue with wearing this. Either way, nobody's going to see your nips when you're wearing four layers of clothing. I used to be ashamed of the size of my jugs, keeping them covered and ignoring the potential power of my own cleavage. When I get home after having been out in the world, the first thing I do — of course — is whip my bra off, and I'm perfectly comfortable with the feeling of my nipples grazing my knees. I only really own one sweater, mainly because I hate how shapeless I feel when wearing them. I wore this outfit out recently with a bra, and felt much more fabulous.
However, I think if you were wearing this in the winter because what unnatural ice queen would wear it in the summer? My ta-tas have never been what you might consider small — a C cup on a 12-year-old meant I was pretty massive compared to my peers, and as a fabulous F-cupped adult, the twins have shown no signs of going anywhere. But my New Year's resolution for 2015 was to. But that's the benefit of going braless under a jumper: The shapelessness will be your friend and a ticket to a comfy, casual look. This top is usually one of my favorites because the shape really emphasizes my cleavage when I'm wearing a bra. I think that I've managed to maybe three times in my life. That being said, if it's cold enough for me to don my only sweater, then it's probably cold enough that I'd need to wear two bras just for the warmth factor. My big breasts often happily sway away when I'm sat in the comfort of my own apartment, but in the outside world, well, there's a mainstream demand for perkiness that I haven't been comfortable ignoring just yet.
Sans bra, it just emphasizes my lack of natural cleavage. That being said, I definitely see how the addition of a layer a longline vest, perhaps? Similar to the crop top situation, your choice of bralette will totally influence whether or not you can easily go braless underneath. If you're not, however, then maybe it's not time to let go of the trusty over the shoulder boulder holder just yet. I definitely think where you're wearing said bralette should decide whether or not you go braless route, though. There's been one final step I've wanted to take when it comes to my self love-orientated breast journey, though: Going braless. Either way, I'm glad I have a couple of outfit inspirations for the next time I need to run errands and just can't be bothered to hoist my boobies into a bra for it. If you're happy to sacrifice some curve-showcasing for comfort, some of the more shapeless styles will definitely assist you in going braless.
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