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Would You Wear These Fake Nipples For Fashion?




Refresh: Just Nips' stick-on areolas aren't only for under bras, tops, and sweaters — they're presently for under your swimsuit, as well. "As the climate began warming up, I got email after email asking for Just Nips for the shoreline, pool, get-away, or hot tub, so I knew it was a move we needed to do," the organization's originator, Molly Borman, tells Refinery29.



Refresh: Just Nips' stick-on areolas aren't only for under bras, tops, and sweaters — they're currently for under your swimming outfit, as well. "As the climate began warming up, I got email after email asking for Just Nips for the shoreline, pool, excursion, or hot tub, so I knew it was a move we needed to do," the organization's originator, Molly Borman, tells Refinery29.

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It's an intelligent following stage for the brand, which has been picking up footing throughout the most recent couple of months. "The reaction to Just Nips has been fantastic," Borman includes. "We have dispatched to each and every state in the United States and to more than 20 distinct nations. Our greatest champions are individuals comfortable with bosom disease, who have seen a genuine requirement for Just Nips beside a fun design proclamation." And while we weren't absolutely certain what JustNips would concoct next, now that Just Nips Swim has propelled, it thoroughly bodes well.

With respect to the long run, the brand has a huge amount of tasks in progress for Breast Cancer Awareness month in October. Make certain to check this space for refreshes.


Sixteen years after Samantha Jones held up a couple of silicone areolas like another combine of hoops in Sex and the City, her fantasies of being everlastingly erect have now been satisfied. Recently propelled organization Just Nips (since, what else would they be?) is putting forth up two renditions of its genuine stick-on areolas: "Chilly" and "Solidifying."

As Sam would state: "Hot."

The mid-2010s rival the early 2000s when it comes to going bra-less; thin bralettes have replaced push-up-bras as the holsters of choice. 

And along the way, nipples have become totally normal — as frequent an accessory in some bloggers' #OOTD posts on Instagram as a basket bag, and a totally acceptable element of any campaign or editorial

But of course, people have found a way of enhancing what you already have, and mimicking a sudden 20-degree drop in temperature.
Just Nips founder Molly Borman hopes that her stick-on nipples can and will be worn by everyone, from members of the trans community to current breast cancer survivors. 

In fact, she wants these to be an accessory that does good in the world, and is working on partnering with a cancer charity to get breast self-exam instructions printed on the inside of all of her packaging.

 "You're touching your breasts anyway when you put Just Nips on, so I want to spread Breast Cancer awareness and teach women how to examine themselves safely and properly while they're at it," she tells Refinery29.

As for the actual wear, you'll be relieved to know the nipples are GMO-free and guaranteed safe on the skin, so you can wear them all day (or night), in the heat, and not have to make a fuss.

 And, you don't have to go totally braless, either — Just Nips can be worn by themselves or under or over your favorite bras and bralettes.

 The best way to wear them, according to Borman, is when they're the least expected: "Truly my favorite time to wear them is with a long-sleeve top or knit sweater, like an accessory.

 It changes up your look and adds a little something extra," she says.

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