Extreme ‘underboob’ bras are the titillating new fashion trend – but they’re wildly impractical

ONCE upon a time, the "underboob" trend was reserved for bikinis, but now it seems to have made its way to lingerie and clothing, too.

Over the last few months, models and celebrities including Kendall Jenner and Tammy Hembrow have taken to social media to show off their latest skimpy selfies – and they all seem to have one feature in common: the underboob.

And it's not just bras, either, but crop tops and T-shirts also seem to be falling a little short in the daring trend.

Emily Ratajkowski, in particular is a fan and often takes to Instagram to show off her toned figure.

Meanwhile, Swedish supermodel Elsa Hosk has also been sharing underboob snaps, with the 30-year-old posing in a tiny white crop top and high-waisted trousers.

It's not just models and A-listers either, with reality stars such as Chloe Ferry and Olivia Attwood also tapping into the trend with underboob jumpers and dresses, too.


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And it seems fashion brands have started picking up on the trend, with e-retailers Prettylittlething, ASOS and I Saw It First all stocking underboob designs.

Aside from swimwear and lingerie, all three retailers have started selling underboob tops, while Boohoo is selling a number of VERY cropped jumpers.



Despite the fashion status, the daring styles aren't the most practical, with The Iconic's Head of Style Nicole Adolphe explaining that while they're OK for Instagram, they're not really a realtic representation of what people want.

"While skimpier pieces are great for the gram, they don't necessarily reflect what's selling," she told News.com.au.

Would you wear one of these daring styles?

In other fashion news, we told you Dunelm has just launched a sloth range with everything from slippers to bedding and it’s perfect for that lazy person in your life.

We also revealed a 'lazy’ groom was blasted for walking down the aisle in creased shorts and a t-shirt.

And we showed you how the 70s has officially been hailed the most stylish decade EVER.

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