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DIY: Make Madonna Cone Boobs Out of Shit You Have Around the House

The first song I remember hearing again and again on the radio was Madonna's "Lucky Star." I was two years old. At this point in life, my MTV obsession was burgeoning. I loved to "Jump" with David Lee Roth and "Shout" with Tears for Fears. I had inappropriate "Sweet Dreams" about the Eurythmics. While those others stayed in New York when I moved away at four, Madonna came with me everywhere I went. I am totally "True Blue" to Madge. 

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Sure, it was bizarre when she became Esther, uncomfortable when she yelled all over Ultra about molly, and it was a little much when her nipple slipped onstage in Turkey. But Madonna is like our creepy, cool aunt that refuses to let her age get her down or dressed fully. We, like y'alls, are heading to her show tonight at the American Airlines Arena. 

As fans of DIY fashion and Esther, we thought why not make a really cool cone bra to strap to our chests this evening? Or maybe not a cool one, but a quick one? Just for fun? Here is our simple creation which you can use as a springboard for your own creative boob endeavors. 

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Liz has her master’s degree in religion from Florida State University. She has since written for publications and outlets such as Miami New Times, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Ocean Drive, the Huffington Post, NBC Miami, Time Out Miami, Insomniac, the Daily Dot, and the Atlantic. Liz spent three years as New Times Broward-Palm Beach’s music editor, was the weekend news editor at Inverse, and is currently the managing editor at Tom Tom Magazine.
Contact: Liz Tracy