Truth or Dare, Bare It All(Or Not). Nips, Lacey Bits, & Sheer(See All) Tops.


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A couple months ago editors were proclaiming the end of the miniskirt and the reign of how-low-can-you-go cleavage. Why stop there? Why not bare it all?

I am serious. There are some dilemmas when wearing a completely sheer top, but if you have small breasts, why not rock the nips? If you must wear a bra, go lacey, sheer, or opaque/padded/push-up?

It all depends (of course) the the sheerity of the item, the shape of your breasts, and your chutzpah.

natalia voldianova givenchy party sheer sequins silver
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In my opinion, as long as your breasts are “up”, regardless of size, go free and easy under the barely sheer top, like Natalia’s.

carine roitfeld miu miu sheer black blouse dress givenchy party
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If you have some serious girls and the top is essentially a mesh covering? Get a bra. Preferably something pretty.

Gisele bundchen sheer knit black bra givenchy party
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Sometimes a bra can really add something, like contrasting colors with a sheer knit. It also means no hateful stares when you cruise the streets in daylight.

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But for the girl who really has nothing—just nothing, but is still gun shy, there are a few options:

1.The strategically open jacket
2.The sheer lacey bralette
3.Buy a sheer blouse with pockets. (They are also easily added via your local tailor)

With all of the options provided, I will be going the naughty-nineties nostalgic, minimalistic, no bra, bouncing free.  But for all you good girls out there, I hope I helped.

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