Nipple Fashion: 4 Titillating ways to style your boobs

I really don't see all the hullabaloo over seeing a nipple. They are beautiful and look so elegant peeking under gorgeous soft fabrics. It's interesting how the tiniest part of a woman's body can garner so much scrutiny. You can be covered from neck to toe but if you 're not wearing a bra, you can receive a lot more attention than wearing a plunging neckline.

As the free the nipple campaign is growing we thought why don't we think of some budding new ways to style our hershey kisses. Here's our favourites along with unbralievable puns:

 

1. Sheer Tops

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Give off a French vibe by veiling your pastries with sheer tulle and chiffon tops. It's quite pretty and oh so lady like. Use Manet's "Olympia" as your inspiration

 

2. Cutouts

Rudi Gernreich and his cut-out designs

Rudi Gernreich and his cut-out designs

Rudi Gernreich Monokini from LIFE archives 1963

Rudi Gernreich Monokini from LIFE archives 1963

Rudi Gernreich would be dancing in his grave hearing about the free the nipple campaign. An activist for boob freedom he invented the "no-bra bra" and his controversial monokini in the early sixties. It was an obvious choice to add his breastaking designs in this post. So go for a futuristic 60's look with mod eyelashes and bare breasted cut out tops.

 

3. Jewelry

Go for that Queen of the damned look with ornate nipple jewelry and breast chains. Found some really cool ones on enchantedtreasures.cometsy, or make your own from this kinky krafts thread! And don't worry if your nips aren't pierced there are clamped versions too!

 

4. Plain t-shirt

The best way to proudly showoff your breasts is under a plain white t-shirt. Simple, comfortable and a subtle sexiness that will never go out of style. 

Hopefully the free nipple trend doesn't go away as all fads do. If this campaign successfully frees aerolas from scrutiny, a whole new freedom for women will be opened with a brea(s)th of relief.