I’ve written a few blogs recently in which I comment on the LA women who use their boobs as marketing tools for their career. Some of you have interpreted my remarks as criticisms. Far from it. I’m actually extremely grateful for these ladies. They have solved a life long problem for me.
Ever since puberty I have found that the clothes that draw attention to my best feature (my small waist) also draw a bit too much attention to my boobs. I’m not small up there so if I wear a tight shirt that cinches my waist or a v-neck wrap dress that ties at the waist I look…well, kinda Pamela Andersonish. I’ve always been a little embarrassed about that, literally fretting about whether it would be okay to wear this or that outfit or if it invited too much unwanted attention or accusations of promiscuity.
I don’t have to worry about ANY of that anymore! The borderline dresses and tops that I used to fret over are, in this town, down-right conservative. For the first time in my life I can wear what I want to wear without worrying about looking like a brazen hussy. I don’t even have to worry about those annoying strips of double-sided tape that I used to plaster all over my necklines in hopes of keeping them from revealing too much. As long as I’m not wearing hot pants with a corset top I’m good! I feel free!
So if you are one of the women who live in LA who believe that clothes can never be too tight or too low…well all I can say is you go girl! As far as I’m concerned we’ve got a good symbiosis thing going on here. My job is to defend your right to wear whatever the hell you want (and I always will) and your job is to make me look classy.
It’s a win-win.
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SO MUCH FOR MY HAPPY ENDING