Literally any woman with big boobs (I'm talking size D & beyond) will tell you that the simple act of getting dressed is just a little harder when your bust larger.
A large chest is either a godsend or hindrance depending on who you talk to.
Some women are gifted with an amazing chest that gives no problems when dressing or any back pain. But for the rest of us it can be a nightmare having big boobs.
We hope these help you.
👗 Your first step has to be a good supportive bra which is essential for comfort and muscle support. This is important for all woman but especially for a large bust. Getting a bra fitted professionally will provide the perfect foundation because your breasts will be lifted, separated & give you an instantly more youthful figure.
👗 Create a streamlined effect by wearing a fitted top or dress around the bust instead of belting a flowy top or dress. This look will create an illusion of a smaller bust, which is what we’re after.
👗 Who doesn’t love a wrap when you have a bigger bust? They’ve become a staple in many of our wardrobes for years. Why?? because they give us two separate breasts instead of one large line while enhancing their appearance. win, win!!
What’s your number one fashion tip for women with large breasts? 🌟
What neckline is best for a large bust?
Necklines are dependent on a few factors, such as your neck, your shoulders, & your arms but we often get stuck in thinking there is only one style for us.
Knowing your face shape for your best neckline style can help with your bust size, big or small.
▪️Do you know your face shape and your jaw line?
Stand up straight and look in the mirror, pull your hair back and look at your jawline from the bottom of your ear lobes.
It's found that the jawline should often reflect the neckline shape, so it is worth taking time to really understand your shape, and not just your body.
V Neck Tops & Dresses for a Smaller Bust Illusion ...
▪️Short or wide neck - If you have a high waist or a short or wide neck with a short décolleté and big bust you should stay clear of any bulk and volume in these areas.
▪️If you have a tall or slim neck you can wear collars, but don't wear them buttoned up otherwise you'll look matronly!
Work with what you have - a good cleavage - and keep the focus there. 💕