Only for girls who have the guts to show them off.
Look closer, these are not real. It looks like she is topless but she isn’t!
Imagine wearing this bra top on the beach. I bet people will double look, will walk towards you and even take pictures.
Are you brave enough? Are you carless and would like to try new things? Do you fancy going topless on the beach but don’t quite dare, this bikini is designed for you!
Meet the Tata Top bikini that has the same color of your skin with pink nipples printed on it.
You may have a negative response and action, This product has opened a discussion and several debates that led to its popularity. Whether you like this idea or not, people are talking about it. Some of the responses have been positive, including support from breastfeeding advocates and women who have had mastectomies. What do you think? Are you willing to border on the extreme and not afraid of a little attention?
The creators have pledged to give $5 to your choice of foundation from the Lynn Sage or FreeTheNipple OR Keep A Breast Foundation for every Tata Top sold. Wear Tat Tops for a cause and show you care!
The creators will not stop with the Tata Top. Up next, they are developing two darker shades of the Tata Top, along with an expanded range of sizes. After that, the Tata Top team hopes to expand to one-pieces, tops with pierced nipples, tankinis, bottoms with printed pubic hair—and maybe even a men’s swimsuit, to benefit testicular cancer charities. These are clothes for those with a wild side—you can call them the flappers of the 2000s.
You may have wondered, why can’t girls be topless? Tata top is the perfect solution to baring it all without letting things hang out. It battles gender inequality by helping women wear nipples proudly.
I am blogging about this product due to its unique and crazy attitude, as well as the cause being supported.
You can rebel but you do not have to cross the limits. The Tata Top is a perfect combination of setting yourself free and still respecting the community.
The underlying goal of the bikini, however, is meant to desexualize the idea of female nipples and eliminate gendered double standards. Why should it be laughable, or even uncomfortable, for a woman to bare her breasts in public?
Therefore, bare your chest for a good cause.
The swimwear, which comes in its original nude hue, as well as medium and darker skin tones, costs $28 each, with $5 of each sale going toward the Lynn Sage Cancer Research or FreeTheNipple OR Keep A Breast Foundation to support women and families affected by breast cancer.
Get over it: If you’re tempted to join the Free The Nipple movement but not quite brave enough to bare your original tatas, this Tata Top bikini provides a happy compromise.