Emily Ratajkowski thinks certain bras make her look "hypersexualised".
The 'Gone Girl' actress used to envy girls with smaller breasts because they could wear revealing garments without people getting "offended", but she has now realised she sometimes looks more natural and "sexy" if she goes without supportive underwear than if she dons a cleavage-boosting bra.
She said: "I remember being really jealous of girls who had small breasts because they could wear cool T-shirts or have this cute underboob and no one was ever offended. You see that all the time, girls who have less breasts they get away with a lot.
"That's awesome, but I just decided that sometimes push-up bras or bras in general can sort of change the natural shape of my breasts anyway and they become hypersexualised so it's actually in some ways it's much more chic and much more natural and a lot more sexy in a certain way to be braless."
When she does opt to wear a bra, Emily likes to keep things simple.
She explained: "No pads, underwire! That's it!"
And the outspoken star insisted no one else should care whether or not someone is wearing a bra.
She told Elle.com: "It's no one's business except your own! That is the thing that all women should know and that's what our culture needs to know.
"We associate boobs with trashiness because we don't see it as something beautiful or we see them as something vulgar because it's scary.
"I think a lot of people, you know, it gives them power to be able to dictate what people should or should not wear. I'd like to see that stopped."
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