The nude-shade bra should’ve always been the most important fashion staple in a woman’s closet because its the rare item that should go with every look. But why has it taken so long to acknowledge the nude bra’s utter amazingness? Simple: the “universal nude” (beige) marketed as the industry standard for decades does a shockingly poor job of working for all women’s skin tones.
While there are tons of reasons why this practice is wrong that we could spend lifetimes exploring, we’d rather learn from other’s mistakes and create a new paradigm acknowledging all women’s skin colors and body types.
Finally, there’s a nude shade bra for every woman on earth.