If you haven’t yet heard of the booby doodle fashion craze sparked by Kendall Jenner, where have you been?
The US model posed on (where else ?) Instagram recently, wearing a white T-shirt with a simple outline of boobies – the kind you used to scrawl on your next-door neighbour’s dirty windscreen as a kid – and this autumn, the line-drawn breasts are everywhere. From candles to phone cases, plant pots to kettlebells.
Brit retailer Never Fully Dressed was first to jump on the trend, and it became a bestseller. Now everyone from Toppers to Amazon are stocking the Booby Doodle Tee.
A rep from Never Fully Dressed said of the trend: “I think it’s about freedom. While it originated as a bit of a gimmick, now it has become a statement. It’s saying, ‘We’re proud to be women’.”
£15 glasses, urbanoutfitters.com
Sales of saucy £12 candle will help cancer charity, from flamingocandles.co.uk
You can rack up your accessories with this £6 boob necklace from monki.com
A pair of baps are clearly on show on this £35 iPhone case from casetify.com
Kettlebells with a feminine twist, £35, kettleboobs.co.uk
Booby doodles but on a bralet, £40, niabeynon.com
A personalised print has initials in nipples, £19, from notonthehighstreet.com
Warm them up with a lovely cuppa in this £9 bold mug, from urbanoutfitters.com
Boobs get carried away on £9 Tote from fotinitikkoushop.com
Bosom for a pillow, 18, urbanoutfitters.com