Yesterday, Ninja announced that he was leaving Twitch to stream exclusively on Mixer, putting a lot of new eyes on Microsoft's platform. Not all of that attention has been positive: Twitch partner Emily Bello checked up on Mixer's clothing guidelines for streamers and found a set of rules that's giving me flashbacks to my days in a Catholic high school. The streaming site makes an effort not to gender body parts, defining the bust line as "the widest area below the shoulders and above the end of the rib cage," but its ratings categories are focused almost entirely on cleavage, strapless tops, and sports bras.
Plus, are you wearing the right bra size? Find out with our quiz The average breast size has grown from a 34B to a 36C since the s and clothing styles are smaller and snugger.
Breasts are everywhere. But at the same time, women are also told to hide their breasts. Dress codes that permit men to wear revealing tops or no tops at all often prohibit women from showing cleavage.
The best thing about pioneering fashion magazines like Vogue is that they no longer see reason to restrict themselves to telling you what to buy. Anyone old pleb can waltz into Zara and buy an A-line skirt. But not everyone can have a flat chest or an on-trend jawline. Vogue has long bemoaned the loss of exclusivity in fashion — particularly their own exclusive ability to dictate what is fashionable, as epitomised so charmingly in their attack on fashion bloggers earlier this month.
Cleavage is the exposed area between a woman's breasts lying over the sternumand refers only to what is visible with clothing or dense, nontransparent body art that includes a low-cut neckline. In these cultures women have, throughout history, sought to enhance their physical attractiveness and femininity, within the context of changing fashions and cultural-specific norms of modesty of the time and place. The methods practised in appropriate contexts have included the accentuation and partial display of breasts, including cleavage.
Alyssa Milano possesses beauty and brains. Rocking a sultry LBD, Milano's black mini-dress featured a sheer yoke that accentuated her cleavage. Sure, she's always been sexy, but who's to blame for leaking Milano's "sex tape" with Nick Corirossi?
Whether you're looking to amp up or play down the bosoms you were born with, we've got expert tips on the bras to try and the products to slather on, plus a few why-didn't-I-think-of-that style tricks. Robert Rey created a line of shapewear bras and bodysuits that mimic the adjustments made by going under the knife. And not only is it less painful and less expensive than the usual nip-tuck, it's super easy to find: HSN.
The fashion bible says the look has gone bust, and daring necklines that expose too much are now no longer in fashion. Bad news for Katy Perry You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?
T here is something missing from fashion in The squished-together, hoicked-up presentation of bosoms has all but vanished from fashionable circles. Scaffolding breasts under the chin and framing them with a low-cut top, which has for decades been a shorthand for allure — the four-four-two of getting dressed up for a night out, if you like — is over.
The upcoming Smart Memory Bra by Lisca lingerie senses a woman's arousal through her body's heat, then squeezes her boobs together accordingly. We ask, does a pushup bra really need an off switch? The integrated memory foam bra reshapes under the influence of heat to enhance cleavage, making a woman more desirable when she'd like to be desirable. Or, you know, when she's just a little sweaty.