Stand up straight, push out your chest and work that feminine charm, as bountiful boobs are back in style.
For the last year, those of us blessed with a chest have been slaves to the trend for curbing our curves.
But now you can welcome the return of the out-and-proud cleavage.
Last week Rihanna risked bursting out of her voluminous red dress at the UK premiere of “Valerian And The City of a Thousand Planets” as she hiked up her lady lumps, giving the crowds an eyeful.
And what a sight to behold it was.
As she stood alongside co-star Cara Delevingne, who went braless under her tuxedo jacket, the pair were a perfect illustration of the contrasting camps.
And I thank Rihanna for reigniting our love of boobs. Because what’s a girl to do with an ample-sized chest?
She can’t strap those puppies down in order to disguise her feminine curves, even though fashion has favored the flat-chested in recent times.
The perky little bosoms of supermodels such as Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid have reigned supreme, as they have been smugly parading around braless in a way that only the small-breasted can.
And sales of bralets has soared, thanks to a trend for subtle cleavage beneath unbuttoned shirts. But those unsupportive triangles of lace are useless for anyone over a B-cup.
Believe me, I’ve tried to wriggle into them, only to end up with unflattering side boob and a constant urge to pull the straps to get my chest to sit, well, at my chest.
But now lingerie brand Ann Summers reports a 27 percent rise in sales of cleavage-enhancing bras, surely confirming the buxom look is back.
Thanks to push-up bras, chicken fillets, and clever makeup, help is out there for us all to make the best of our breasts. It’s a trend that the small-boobed can join in with, whereas there’s no disguising a large bust, no matter how much bandage tape or clever necklines you try.
The, ahem, uprising began in May when sensational 70-year-old Susan Sarandon took center stage at the Cannes Film Festival opening night gala.
Her fantastically brazen boobs, encased in a green velvet gown, immediately outshone the flat-chested, flesh-flashing millennials. She oozed that old Hollywood glamor that has been missing from red carpets for quite some time.
Then came actress Emily Ratajkowski, who last month told…