Wednesday, November 10

Flashy style



Geez, I go away for a week and all of a sudden areolae are back in fashion. Thanks to the likes of Tara Reid (not safe for work) whose resume lists "getting drunk and falling down a lot" as her main talent and Serena Williams (not safe for work), women of the tarty persuasion are abandoning pasties in order to make a point or two.

All this tendency to pop out the zoom lens seems a bit of a shame when there are people working tirelessly day and night to create and promote unique bras. Take Triumph International Japan, for example, and their new Eco Globe bra. Made of recyclable materials, the cups are like 2 halves of painted coconut shells which come together to form a nifty world globe. It's an eye-catching design that was probably cooked up by some guy who thought it would be wicked cool to be able to grab his girl's globes while singing "he's got the whole world in his hands".

The Eco Globe bra is just the latest release in a line of highly decorative Triumph bras previously featuring champion racehorses, Edo castles and mutant tigers who look slightly bewildered because they were expecting to end up as wall mountings in a sportsbar. There is also the Anti-Smoking bra which would have been borderline tasteful were it not for the model sporting one of the most visually disturbing armpits I have ever seen.

Yet I can tell that many readers remain unconvinced that cuppage is best because you believe that some of God's creatures are just meant to roam free. Well look no further than the quarter cup and cupless bras at Agent Provocateur (see Lizzy and Marylin collections) and the peek-a-boo bras in Myla's Lacquer Room. Now you can have your bra and say a big hello too.

2 Comments:

At 12:31 PM, Blogger Joyce said...

Nice bras from the web sites you recommend :)

 
At 5:36 PM, Blogger j-a said...

'born free...'

i can't imagine doing cupless. and i will have to log on to those links outside of work...

 

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