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Halternecks, tube tops and all things cut-out... the return of going out fashion has been a long time coming. From handkerchief tops becoming the ultimate brunch look, to well, anything Christopher Esber makes, we’re here for the shift towards wildly impractical clothing. After more than a year of wearing hyper-functional clothing, these playful silhouettes are a much-needed balm to our lockdown dressing woes.
But as keen as we are to let loose in these skin-baring getups, the complexity of these designs pose a certain challenge north of the navel. Leaving many of us — of all breast shapes and sizes — wondering what kind of support or coverage we can rely on that doesn’t compromise on our looks.