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Rita Ora: I tease with my underwear

Published 12/11/2015

Rita Ora
Rita Ora

Rita Ora is all about comfort when it comes to the undergarments she wears.

Rita Ora hopes people think about the lingerie she's wearing when they look at her.

The 24-year-old singer is the face of underwear brand Tezenis, the perfect choice for her because she puts such a lot of stock in what she dons under her outfits. The star usually exudes sex appeal and she's warned that’s only possible when the right undergarment choices are made.

"Good underwear should make a woman feel comfortable - no one likes a wedgie - but it should also give you a good mind-set," she told Britain's InStyle magazine. "You want to walk around thinking, 'Don't you want to know what I've got on under this?'"

Rita knows a thing or two about bras because she is blessed with an enviable cleavage. It means she is careful about the styles she sports, as, while she is all for making the most of her assets, she doesn't want to be too in your face.

"I developed very early and I have a larger than average bust so it's always been a little harder to find an attractive bra that fits properly," she explained.

"I hate padding. If you already have big t*ts, why would you want bigger t*ts? I like a little nipple showing too. Free the nipples! Shape-wise, I like to go for a balcony or a T-shirt bra that's cut low to give you a bit of cleavage."

One thing the star is clear on is that she makes her lingerie choices for herself. The shapes she goes for depends on her mood, which means some days she wants to be comfortable in a hipster brief and at others, sexiness is more the order of the day. She’s also certain that women put much more emphasis on their undergarments than guys.

"I don't think men care that much about underwear," she claimed. "They'll like you in a little set, but then just as quickly they'll forget about it."

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