BEYONCE and Adele are leading from the front – as they and other celebs once again dare to bare their breasts.
It was not the done thing just five years ago, after style bible Vogue told women to put ’em away.
Beyonce is leading from the front as she once again dares to bare her breasts, the singer was out and proud on Instagram this weekCredit: Instagram/Beyoncé
Just five years ago, style bible Vogue told women to put their breasts away, here Adele on latest Vogue cover in a daring Vivienne Westwood bustierCredit: PA
They said: “The t*ts will not be out for the lads. Or for anyone else, for that matter.
“Rejecting the stereotypes of gender has been brought sharply into focus – with the days of women as eye candy, their sexuality positively smouldering rather than subtly played out, officially over.”
But this year celebs have finally had enough of this woke tosh. Beyonce showed off her chest to the max in yesterday’s paper, with plunging black top and emerald necklace.
The latest cover of British Vogue shows Adele looking super-busty in a yellow frock, and The Masked Singer judge Nicole Scherzinger gave fans an eyeful while filming the show. From Maya Jama and Kate Moss, to J-Lo and Nicole, here we reveal others putting on a bold front . . .
J-Lo goes low-cut at Venice Film Festival last monthCredit: BackGrid
National Television Awards display by Maya Jama last month
BREAST is back and at its best — hallelujah! Vogue declared that cleavage was over in 2016.
Stuffing your bust into a too-tight top or suffocating roll neck was, it said, all the rage and our busts should have been out of sight. But for anyone any bigger than an A-cup, that was like going back to the 1800s.
Imagine it, after years of women fighting to be who they want and to wear what they want, from ditching skirts for trousers and ripping off corsets for women’s liberation, we were forced back to covering up. Not a glimmer of cleavage.
But thankfully, they’re back. During last year’s lockdowns, sales of soft-cups and bralettes soared, with us all staying at home and craving comfort, but now we’re roaming free — and so are our boobs.
Our average bra size is a 36DD, so hoisting bigger cup sizes into threadbare bralettes does nothing for your figure — it just leaves your clothes looking saggy and loose and creates that God-awful uniboob shape.
Clothes were crying out for some support to fill them out and now is the time to put some oomph back into your outfits. A buxom Beyonce this week freed her chest in a plunging halter-neck black top and decorated her decolletage with a glistening emerald necklace — and wherever Queen Bee leads, we all follow.
Telling women what they should wear, what they should or should not show, is a tale as old as time — and it’s gotten old.
Even British Vogue poured Adele’s bust into a curve-creating corset for its latest cover shot and in doing so made her look like a glamorous pin-up from the Fifties. Other celebs, from Maya Jama to Nicole Scherzinger, are also embracing their bust — while 52-year-old J-Lo is redefining the way women over 50 dress their chest. And what a fantastic, welcome release it is.
Telling women what they should wear, what they should or should not show, is a tale as old as time — and it’s gotten old. Free your chest, ladies, and bring back your cleavage — whatever your size. It’s a mood and boob-lifting movement I’m on board with.
Nicole Scherzinger, is also embracing her bust as she stunned in this plunging white gown
Kate Moss at Milan Fashion Week last monthCredit: Splash
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