8 thoughts on “SNARK WEEK: Top 5 Times Bullet Bras Were Really Out of Place

  1. Looking at all those pictures, all I can think of is the classic line from A Christmas Story “You’ll shoot your eye out.” (though in this case maybe ‘you’ll put your eye out’ is more appropriate?)

  2. That picture from “The Vikings” just makes me wince. We have so little evidence for undergarments in that era as it is, and a well-fitted undergown/chemise was probably what most women relied on for breast support. There’s documentation for a bra-like wrap in ancient Greece and something like that certainly could have been an option for women who needed more support in the Viking era, but that’s still speculation.

  3. I can’t help thinking that for Liz Taylor and Lana Turner the bullet bra might have been a contractual obligation by the studio.

  4. I was too busy falling in love with Montgomery Clift in Raintree County to notice Elizabeth Taylor’s breasts!

  5. Prince Valient starring Tony Curtis, June Allyson’s Little women, 7 brides for 7 brothers, the list could go on and on and on.

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