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    There was a time (based on this ad, the 70's) when having visibly hard nipples was all the rage. But like all fads (I'm looking at you, slap bracelets), its time quickly passed (give up Britney, you'll never bring it back!).
    Our exclusive braless-look-bra is the very first bra to have its own built in nipple. Imagine having that sensual cold weather look all the time. It's so sexy, it'll give your shape a whole new eye-opening dimension.
    I wish they would have come with different nipple options. Like you could get really wonky ones or two nipples on the same teat. That would have been hilarious. And by hilarious I mean out-of-this-world sexy. Like alien nips, but without the deadly venom.

    Nipples Used To Be Cool: The Nipple Bra - Geekologie

    Or some women can wear these now:



    When I was in junior high school the kids would pass a girl in the hallway and say "you left your headlights on".

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    Geezus, if you have trouble with your nipples not showing you need to move to a colder climate or crank up the A/C.
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    I think the cast of Friends and Charmed tried to bring back the nipples in the 90's..
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    Are you kidding me? I have to be very careful about what bras I buy so this isn't a constant PROBLEM, not the goal If I could count the amount of times my friends have glanced down and coyly said, "Cold?" >
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    I specifically buy bras with concealer petals in them to avoid this problem.

    And it cracks me up that they made this bra with "daisy lace" on it. I thought the point was for it to look like there was no bra, but they made it with lace that would show through a shirt?

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    haha wtf?
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    i think this bra is silly but i also don't get why so many people worry their nipples might be showing through unless it's at a business meeting or some very formal setting.
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    Simple, because I don't want people looking at my nipples through my clothes, even if it's harmless. Call me a prude, but I just don't want my nips being so distracting that they take center stage. Like a panty line. Sure most people wear undies, but nobody wants to publicize the fact with vpl.

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    i don't think it's necessarily a prude v. non-prude thing. i just don't notice. or i'll see it but it doesn't even register. like how some people really notice other people's hands and in particular whether their hands are manicured or not and for me it's just not something i take note of.
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    Well you know how it is here in the U.S.: Boobs are a big deal, always sexualized at the slightest opportunity (hence the 70's nipple bra), people will practically always notice. It's just unwelcome attention/distraction for me and I don't even really have anything worth ogling.

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    reminds me of those fake nipples samantha wore in a episode of sex and the city

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post

    When I was in junior high school the kids would pass a girl in the hallway and say "you left your headlights on".
    LOL

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    I've got the ultimate in the nipple bra--- it's got slits cut in it for the nipples to poke out, so I can do hands-free milk pumping. SEXAY! Where all da menfolk at!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    i don't think it's necessarily a prude v. non-prude thing. i just don't notice. or i'll see it but it doesn't even register. like how some people really notice other people's hands and in particular whether their hands are manicured or not and for me it's just not something i take note of.
    This. So very much. Less than shiny shoes as well.
    Unless somebody stumbles smelly and unkempt near me (into a meeting) I might notice general demeanor but otherwise concentrate on their verbal input.

    ETA: Beeyotch: I understand that it is a big cultural thing to be noticed. I just did not develop that focus and I find it weird. Any 'friend' who asks me 'cold much?!' would freak me out.

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    Nipples don't bother me too much. Mine are small anyway (even though the breasts are large) so mine get looked at whether the nipples are in attention or not. I certainly wouldn't want any dumbass bra that comes with built-in nipples! That's just stupid.
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