Why wouldn't you wear it in public? I don't think I've got clothes I wouldn't wear in public. Well unless you include certain items of, err, well how can I put it....
But those are precisely the ones we want to see!
Story No. 1: When my wife and I were more involved in our local German club, we'd frequently go to events dressed in traditional clothing (lederhosen, dirndl, etc).And some men do like to look at my chest even when it is fully covered, LOL.
Like you, MrsTasty is, um, amply endowed up top, but running around a German festival with 500 other women dressed the same way, you get desensitized to it a bit.
One particular fest, we stopped unexpectedly on the way home for a quick bite, at a casual restaurant, as we'd skipped the usual skewered chicken dinners at the fest, then found ourselves hungry.
So there was my wife, sitting at the table, chest barely contained by her straining dress, and at the next table over, a boy of about 12 or 13, who absolutely could not take his eyes off MrsTasty's cleavage.
The thing that was kind of cute about it was that he was so innocent with it, he wasn't leering at all, and he wasn't being sly about it. He just sat there the whole time, agog at my wife's jubblies.
Story No. 2: In the house, I frequently wear a t-shirt and underpants, but the slightly longer boxer-brief style. It's so common, I tend to forget that I have them on, so I'll walk outside and water the plants, check the mail, take out the trash, etc.What if I had to stop to fill up my gas tank or had a flat tire?
One morning, I wanted to mow the grass, knew I needed gas for the mower, and without even thinking about it, I grabbed the gas can, plopped down in car, and zoomed off.
Got to the station just up the road, hopped out, went to use my card at the pump, and the reader was broken at the pump, so I had to walk in, tell them about how much gas I needed, then walk back out, pump the gas, then walk back in and pay.
I conducted all that business in my underwear. Didn't even register with me that I wasn't dressed.
You've just made my whole pandemic! Thank you!