As time goes on, we’ve seen the rise and fall of many different styles. Sometimes, things that were popular in a different era make a comeback. It’s very hard to be unique in a world where it seems like everything has already been done. In fact, even the latest trend, showing underboob is nothing new. However, it’s making itself known amongst celebrities all over Hollywood.


There are some pretty notable celebrities that continue to flash the underside of their boobs, and they’re getting a lot of attention for it. Maybe the first occurrence was in 2002 when Christina Aguilera chose to wear a scarf as a top. Thus, the underboob was born. Although, during that time it didn’t start a huge movement. It could be said that today’s stars have gotten inspiration from Christina’s “Dirrty” days.

Spreading like Wildfire

Some celebs not only show underboob, but they somehow seem to own it. It takes a great amount of confidence to wear a shirt cut that short. This is because it’s possible to become exposed at literally any moment. Plus, you have to be comfortable sans bra. One example is Lady Gaga. She has been seen multiple times strutting around with a barely there crop top on. Perhaps this isn’t surprising because she’s always been known for her shocking style. Also, both Bella Hadid and Gigi Hadid show their underboob on the regular. But with bodies like that, more power to them!

The Jenners


Whether you like it or not, the Jenners are her to stay. More specifically, Kendall and Kylie. Neither of which are strangers to the latest underboob craze. In fact, Kendall Jenner even put on her snapchat that underboob was her thing. Her attention loving sister Kylie couldn’t miss out on all the fun, though. She’s been spotted on numerous occasions flashing her underboob.


Strangely enough, underboob tattoos are also becoming popular. Another way to draw attention to the underside of breasts is by tattooing them. On the other hand, some people get underboob tattoos for their enjoyment only. Many people opt for mandala style that’s usually dotwork, while others prefer a pop of color.