In the amidst of new jobs, old flames, bigger goals & many useless boys, I sometimes find myself questioning my recent blog shoot. If you’ve been following my Instagram or blog, you may have seen my experimental side awaken.
It’s not that I care if people can see a bit of nipple through my kurta but it’s the fact that people judge my character based on the clothes I wear. I like wearing shorts, crop tops, thigh high boots & dresses which show a decent amount of side boob, but that does not mean I’m ‘easy’, ‘cheap’ or a ‘slut’.
People are not what they seem based on the clothes they wear, there’s much more to someone than meets the eye. A women’s body is not a way to determine her character, but a way of expressing herself & her many forms.
But I have to ask, will this change?
Dress: General Pants & Co
Boots: Public Desire
The pelvage trend was once a craze, forwarded by influencers & models who don’t stand at a comfy 5″3 & also have no qualms in accidental flashing.
Thigh-high splits & a touch of quirk.
Keep it simple & be confident.
And, when it comes to the old age trend of “dressing for your body type,”
I give zero fucks.
Dress: General Pants & Co.
Scarf (worn on the ankle): Bardot
If you look closely on my last two posts you must have noticed, I am not wearing a bra. No problem right?
I’ve been genetically blessed with small boobs & from a young age it has been ingrained to religiously wear a bra. A quick trip to buy milk requires my wallet, keys, will power not buy ice cream & support.
However, going sans bra has been liberating. I feel comfortable, confident, sexy & say a “hell to the yeah” to some cheeky side boob. Be it a ten minute drive to pick up pizza or a dinner I’m embracing bra-free fashion.
We are definitely more than being shamed or sexualised for our bodies.
Dress + bandana: General Pants & Co
Boots: Spurr Shoes via The Iconic