I was dress coded by my boss for not wearing a bra to the office – I got the last word, my reply ended the chat for good | The Sun

A WOMAN has the perfect response after being dress coded by her boss for not wearing a bra.

A number of women are ditching the undergarment for comfort and to reject societal pressures.

The tag #nobra has been viewed over 540million times on TikTok.

Priscila (@priscila.martin) posted a video on her social media account telling followers how she dealt with her boss dress-coding her.

She wrote: "What I told my boss after [being] required to wear a bra to go back to work.

"I haven't worn a bra since March 2020."

She attached an audio clip from the song "Cry For You" by September.

Priscila then lip-synced to the lyrics, saying to her boss: "You'll never see me again."

Viewers praised the tiktoker with one saying: "You are my kind of Queen."

Another woman who is a member of the so-called "no bra club" commented: "I was told at work that others had noticed I wasn't wearing a bra. Don't know how to feel."

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Others criticized the rule as "totally stupid" and told Priscila "good for you" and "set them free!"

It appears that Priscila continues to work her corporate job from home.

The tiktoker who is in her forties has also encouraged her female followers to embrace their bodies.

In a post about body confidence, Priscila tells women to "wear the bikini."

She poses in her bikini in a bathroom and says: "Ladies, wear the bikini, what's the worst thing that's gonna happen?

"Someone you don't want to have s** with doesn't think your body looks good?"

With over 13,000 followers and over 67,000 likes on TikTok, female followers are loving Priscila's advice.

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