Let's get one thing straight: boobs are boobs. They can be round or flat, plump or small, pointy or saggy, wide-set or forward-facing. And did you know there are eight different types of nipples? That's right.
From Cosmopolitan. Like a lot of people, I have a long, troubled history with my boobs. I remember feeling betrayed by their appearance when I was in fifth grade, and I remember wearing two or three layers of shirts in middle school to try and hide the fact that I wasn't flat chested. Every summer, when spaghetti straps and off-the-shoulder tops come back in style, I sent a curse to the boob lords for planting these honkers on my chest. All the trends for hot weather feel like they're designed for people who don't need bras.
I tape my boobs! I recently discovered this when I was panicking to find a low-back bra for the wedding I was pictured in above. I danced the night away in 85 degree weather and my boobs did not move. I was hoping you were going to write a post about this!!! I JUST bought a tank with a low back and was wondering how you pulled it off.
Maybe it's the sweltering summer heat shout out to the A train , which only sometimes has air conditioning or the recent emphasis on body positivity, but I'm feeling like it's time to wear less than ever before. Assuming you can actually unclasp your bra without cracking your vertebral column, summer is the most accommodating time to embrace the natural shape of your breasts. Whether they're long and dangly or full and plump, there's no way they'll ever look better than this. So, what's a bodacious lady to do with two heavy breasts that like to get in the way, pop out of clothing and generally ruin her life?