-Don't wear silk or the really light-weight fabrics. Though it feels soft against the skin, it will easily show nipples or the bumps caused by pasties.
-Don't rely on cotton, either. It tends to wick moisture, but the fiber holds the dampness and doesn't evaporate it like a technical material; instead, look for clothing made out of microfibers or bamboo.
-Don't wear clothes with boat-neck or flowy, loose-fitting tops— you are more likely to have a wardrobe malfunction when bending or reaching down.
-Don't go braless in a tube top or strapless dress if you are busty (full C or D cup and above). Your breasts will get compressed and have a sinking look to them. "It's not the most attractive scenario."
-Don't go braless in inappropriate scenarios, especially in a professional or work setting. Always use the rules of common sense.
-Do wear halter tops and dresses that you can tie yourself, especially if you are bigger breasted. This way, you can decide on the level of support you're getting.
-Do go for clothes with under-bust support like empire dresses; they are the most friendly for going braless.
-Do wear sunscreen because the skin on the décolletage is angled up to the sun and the skin there is very thin and more sensitive.
-Do take good care of adhesives; wash them with lingerie soap. When washing and drying bras, always hook clasps together. It helps prevent the hooks from getting caught on other items in the machine and also helps keep it from stretching so it maintains it original shape.
-Do know that all women's breasts are different. Breasts aren't just flat or round, and nipples aren't just innies or outies. Going braless will be a different experience for everyone, and all women should be accepting of that.
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