how to wear a bandeau top


anon asked:  weird question, but… do you think the gerudo are one of those cultures that doesn’t really care about women going topless occasionally? like, they don’t sexualize the female form to that degree? and how would they feel about topless men? (i ask because it would be hilarious if nabooru went outside topless and nobody commented on it; then ganondorf tried the same thing and his witch moms fly over within 5 seconds shrieking COVER YOUR SHAAAAAME!)

Yeah, they probably don’t sexualize breasts and (in fact breasts are praised among their society and pregnancy is a high honor among their people) since they’re associated with nourishment and life. They usually don’t walk around topless though and they all tend to cover up equally, ex. Link and Ganon both wear their bandeau and crop top.

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I’m not, how shall I say, an endowed person. About a year back I switched to bandeau tops, so now when I put on the ol’ padding twins it feels like a strange prosthetic! Kind of like I’m wearing a little costume, but just on my boobs.

This is not a criticism of bras (they’re fun and cute!) or any critique of what people choose to wear or not wear. Just about trying out something that used to feel really familiar, and now makes you feel like you’re trying on a different person.