How To Wear Sideboob and UnderboobI've worn both sideboob and underboob, and think its great fun! It always makes me feel sexy. But lately it seems like I'm the only one... so what's up with that girls? Are we all maybe a little too up tight? Maybe it's time to let loose!
Recently I made a few cute tops that might get a few girls inspired to make some for themselves.
The first top started out as a plain Danskin mid-scoop bra-top stretch-tank. I wanted to show-off my underboobs without feeling totally unsupported. So I found one that fit snug but not too flattening, and the elastic band fell just under my boobs. I decided it would look really sexy if I cut a big sideways "D" shape out of the lower half front panel to show off my underboobs. My ob
My next top started out as a plain black baby doll T-shirt with cap sleeves. I wanted a short cropped T-shirt to show some underboob, but I wanted to be more playful than bold. I decided to create a tassel look with knots tied in the ends of each tassel to tease my underboob. Again I used a washable pen to mark the t-shirt where my nipples came on the shirt, and where the bottom of my boobs came. I then carefully laid the T-shirt out on a flat surface to cut. But I first had to determine how much extra fabric to leave so when I tied a knot in each tassel, they wouldn't be too short. So my first cut to crop the T-shirt was left about 3/4 of an inch longer below my boobs. Then I made vertical cuts of 1/2 inch widths up to about 3/4 of an inch below the level of my nipples. Then I loosely tied knots in a few of the tassels at various heights then tried it on to see which looked best. I decided I liked the tassels best when the knots were tied about mid way in the tassel. While the T-shirt was still on, I measured for final crop length of the tassels, and approximated a little longer crop for the back. With these measurements, I took it off to finish up my design. I have to tell you this is one cute T-shirt! I absolutely love wearing it. The tassels start about 3/4 to an inch below my nipples, then the knots create little gaps which gives a faint glimpse of underboob, then the tassels end just at the bottom of my boobs. I feel like I'm totally out there, but when I get a glimpse of myself in the mirror I'm really quite well covered. It's a great peek-a-boo top! I love it and have worn it clubbing, on a date, and to the movies.
Okay girls... are you inspired? Now for a sideboob design. I did this one last fall, and wore it alot. Sideboob is actually more difficult than underboob to pull off well. Sideboob shows projection and shape, whereas underboob only shows perkiness or the unfortunate lack of perkiness--the dreaded sag! My girlfriends seem much more willing to try sideboob, even though they don't all have the right shape for it. Their excuse is that sideboob seems less slutty. I think they're wrong, but that's just my opinion. So the concept calls for sideboob, which requires a big baggy shirt. But the problem with a big baggy sideboob shirt is that every time I bend over, I expose my whole chest. I wanted something a little less obvious. So I came up with a sideboob design that uses a tie to keep the sideboob cut-out from gapping too wide open. The only issue is getting the side tie in the right place and not too loose or too tight. I lucked out on my first try. I had an old T-shirt I just wanted to breath a little more. I laid it out carefully and started cutting. I cut off the sleeves down to about 5 inches below the arm pit. Then I made a 90 degree turn out to the side for the tie. Next I left a width of about 3/4 inch for a side tie, then cutting back to the line of the sideboob gap, then making another 90 degree turn down to finish off the sideboob gap. Next, all I did was tie a knot in the sideboob tie. Now when I bend over the sideboob gap doesn't quite show everything. Again it turned out perfect, and I've gotten alot of wear out of an otherwise old throw away T-shirt.
So here's my challenge girls, before you comment, choose one of my designs and wear it out, or make up a design of your own and tell us about your experience. After all, this is the experience project website. Tell us what you made, how it looked, and how it made you feel wearing it. And for the guys, come-on, don't tell us about your how your daughters love to wear underboob, unless it's really true and you can describe what they wear and how that makes you feel. Its okay... clothes are meant to emote feelings!
Hope to get comments from lots of underboob girls soon!