Boobs. Every woman has them. Boobs come in all shapes and sizes. Small boobs, medium boobs, big boobs, perky boobs, saggy boobs, round boobs, flat boobs. No matter what kind of boobs you have, you’re going to have cleavage. But when is cleavage ok? When is it tacky and when is it sexy or even sophisticated?
Interviews and work
When interviewing it’s best to put all that cleavage away. You want to make sure that you’re being interviewed, not your tits. Now for my fellow big tittie committee members, sometimes putting all of our cleavage away just isn’t realistic. If this is the case, you’ll want to keep your cleavage to a minimum. Where an undershirt with your V-neck or add a cardigan.
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Whether you’re going out on a date with a new partner, your long-term significant other, or a date night with your friends, cleavage is totally acceptable. You’re out to have a good time. You’re not trying to impress anyone so do whatever the hell you want. Show as much or as little cleavage as you’re comfortable with. As long as you have a good time who gives a sh!t? Your cleavage when you’re out and about is a part of you and your outfit. As long as it’s not the focal point who cares?
Not this one has two answers. If it’s your wedding, you do wear whatever you want. But, if you’re getting married in a church or another place of worship you’ll want to cover up. If your reception is in a different location that is free of religious ties, you can always get a cleavage revealing dress with a shall to cover up during the ceremony and bare all during the reception. Or you can have a modest dress for both the ceremony and reception like Princess Kate.
If you’re a guest at a wedding, you’ll want to keep your cleavage to a minimum. Baring all at another woman’s wedding is simply just rude. Now, don’t get me wrong, you don’t need to cover yourself completely. Some cleavage is fine. Just make sure it’s not enough to upstage the bride and groom, after all, it’s their day.
At the bar
Wearing a deep V-neck or a plunging top to the bar is 100% ok. Wearing a plunging top can make our confidence sky rocket. Show as much as you want, just make sure your areolas are tucked away for safe keeping.
For emotional occasions like this it’s better to be safe than sorry and tuck away as much cleavage as possible. With emotions running high, you won’t want to start any drama between you and your very conservative great aunt Judy.
Whenever you’re not at work, or a guest at an event, your cleavage is going to be fine. But, when you’re out shopping whether it’s a mall or the grocery store, make sure you don’t bare too much. You’ll want to be respectful of parents with small children. You don’t take kids into a strip club, so don’t bring the strip club to the kid.
We live in the 21st century, and women are still being told what to wear and what they can and can’t do with their bodies. As long as you wear what make you feel confident and empowered does it really matter how much cleavage you’re showing?