Kristen Stewart Shows Her Bra in Sexy Tank Top but Don't Go Trying This at Home

Nicole Fabian-Weber Love It!

kristen stewartWhether you love her or think she's the pissiest, most un-fun, pouty-pants celebrity in town, there's no denying Kristen Stewart is a great-looking gal with killer style. The girl takes chances and never, ever looks like she's trying too hard. (In fact, once in a while, it would be nice if she looked like she was trying harder.)

But her style isn't for everyone. Only a select few. Take Kristen's black bra peeking through a white t-shirt look. You can't be just anyone and rock this. You need something very specific. Actually, correction, you don't need something very specific. I know it sounds like I'm not making much sense right now, but let me explain ...

See, KStew has small boobs. When you have small boobs, you can totally get away with the black bra showing through a white T look. It's kind of hipster chic. Kind of I don't care (yet I kind of do). Kind of sexy. But if Kristen was, eh, more well-endowed, it might look a little trashy. Sorry, but it's true. Think about Kim Kardashian in a getup like this. Totally different vibe. We small-breasted ladies may not be able to rock a swimsuit like our "luckier" counterparts, but hey, at least we have this going for us. High-five?

One of the things I love about Kristen's style is the girl just knows what works for her and what doesn't. She can -- and did -- totally get away with rocking this black bra/white tank combo, just like all of her red carpet dresses look like they were made for her.

Kristen, perhaps the reason you never smile is because you don't look in the mirror often enough? I don't know how you could ever look at some of your clothes and not crack a grin. I hereby sentence you to approximately 30 minutes of mirror-staring a day. If that doesn't make you happy, I'm really not sure what will, girl. I'm really not sure what will.

What do you think of the whole bra peeking through shirt thing?


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