How to Go Braless (With Boobs!)

Madewell top, Topshop skirt, BP shoesRebecca Minkoff bag, Daniel Wellington watch, Pretty Little Thing earrings

As the summer days grow hotter and my sweat glands kick into overdrive, I’m avoiding my bra drawer at all costs. I hate wearing a bra on a regular basis, but the act becomes even more unbearable where sweating is involved. I once believed that women with bigger boobs couldn’t go without some type of lingerie in public, but if it’s acceptable for smaller girls, why can’t the rest of us do the same? The most forgiving tops to wear without bras are tight fitting in the chest, which creates the illusion of support. I recently purchased this adorable strawberry print top from Madewell and knew it would be the perfect example of a braless blouse. I didn’t want to cover up the dainty keyhole cutout, so I stuffed my boobs into the top portion and tightened the adjustable straps for added structure. I paired the cami with my classic Topshop denim skirt and slipped my feet in these blue ruffled heels from BP. I love stacking jewelry so I layered my favorite bracelets and rings and added my new coin-covered hoops from Pretty Little Thing. I finished the look with my favorite Rebecca Minkoff purse and my puppy Samson for a hint of sweetness. If you’re boycotting sweaty chests trapped in uncomfortable undergarments this summer as I am, aim for tight blouses, bodysuits, bodycon dresses, and halter tops. The boob portion of each top and dress should offer enough support that you’re not jiggling or shaking too much. You can also stick pasties on each breast to cover the nipple area in case of an unexpected breeze!