Good news, ladies! You don't have to wear a bra anymore.
A new fashion trend in offices all across America has young female professionals coming to work sans bra.
Call it next-level business casual: Young women are ditching bras in the workplace.
“If my male co-workers don’t have to wear a bra, then neither do I,” Dayna Kathan, a new cast member on the Bravo show “Vanderpump Rules,” tells The Post.
NYC career coach Judith Gerberg says letting it all hang out at work is increasingly normal for women around Kathan’s age.
“Millennial women are much more self-confident than women used to be,” says Gerberg, who’s based in Midtown. She cites increasingly lax workplace dress codes as a driver of the trend, noting that even the famously formal Goldman Sachs has loosened up in recent years.
“Just like men aren’t wearing ties as part of their uniform, some women are forgoing bras,” Gerberg says.
Among those renegades is Bushwick resident Olivia Grizzle — a 25-year-old graphic designer who almost never bothers with underwire. Her bra-burning epiphany took place freshman year of college, when she went to a party without her usual 34B Victoria’s Secret pushup.