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Erin O' Connor looks pretty and yet strong in this asymmetrical off the shoulder ruffle top. Diagonals and bare shoulders draw attention away from the chest area.
Who says you can't wear tinsel? Especially when it covers lumps, bumps and humble boobage so very stylishly without the need for a bra...
Stella Tennant's natural androgynous looks means she can wear frills and still appear cool and contemporary. This one shouldered dress shows off her strong physical assets - the shoulders.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley shows how draping can work wonders, disguising nipple protrusion and chest size. The one-shouldered look draws attention to exposed flesh away from the bust.
The stiff, pearl encrusted material and the shape-enhancing cut by Calvin Klein, means no bra is needed to make a glamorous and luxurious nod to this star's femininity.
The belt makes the blouse baggy at the top, so disguising any shape (or lack of), and yet clinches the waist to show a narrowing there. The pattern is another distraction from the chest as well as being pleasing to the eye. I'm guessing she's free as a bird under there!
Kiera's fitted mid-section emphasises her small waist and manages to exaggerate her top and bottom halves by comparison. A clever dress, which acts almost like an optical illusion and certainly requires no bra!
Silk fabrics are great sitting next to your skin and working with your body shape. Very flattering when ruched and textured. The halter neck design and open jacket are all about about creating style rather than a chest.
Chi Ling Lam's dress is delicate and elegant which flatters and compliments her slender physique. The halter frames her face, and also creates a mid-upper chest uprising and gathering so disguising any boob contour and displaying her the beauty of her arms and shoulders.