I do—32Cs. It's just I have such clavicle issues, I don't like them on show. This was something Alexa Chung said in a interview with British Vogue that not only stuck with me throughout my twenties, but confirmed in some small way that how I was dressing at the time hiding my own 34C boobs was, in fact, considered chic. For years I have tried to compress my chest usually with no-wire triangle bras that flatten rather than give liftor hide my breasts in oversized oxford shirts, loose-fitting cashmere sweaters, and baggy white T-shirts tucked into mini skirts or jeans. They look great hanging off the flat-chested models that wear them; it just took me since puberty to realize they don't look as great on me. It wasn't until meeting Karley Sciortinowho dresses her 32DDD boobs flawlessly by showing off their shape while simultaneously keeping them —for the most part—covered, that I began to understand that big boobs can be chic A few months earlier she had come up to me at a party, where I was self-consciously wearing a very tight top, and celebrated my tits like newly found treasure hoisted up from deep and murky waters. Dressing bigger breasts and I fully get that mine are on the smaller scale of big is hard, but dressing them fashionably can be near impossible if you don't know what you're doing. So I asked seven stylish women how they feel about having big tits in an industry that oftentimes makes clothes for flat silhouettes, how it affects their personal style, and most importantly, how they wear their boobs to full capacity.
It can be difficult to dress by hand when you're a busty girl, accordingly we broke down some do's after that don'ts of what to wear after you have big boobs. Being well-endowed is hard and a lot of hard things like back pain after that clothing them come with it. A great bra makes all of the difference when you put on a piece of clothing! Consider getting individual that gives the ladies a advance and one that tames things along when you want to avoid disproportionate cleavage the picture above shows a strapless and regular bra.
All the same a full bust is enviable, that's not to say it doesn't appear with some sartorial challenges. Finding the right necklines, fabrics, and silhouettes en route for complement your shape is not all the time an easy task, but once you do, it will be a absolute game changer. Using the right undergarments is also a very important advice, talking from experience. Find more adapt tips from celebrities, models, and influencers ahead. Whether in the form of a dress or jacket, a bind silhouette complements every body type—and apprehend size. A sweetheart or an off-the-shoulder neckline is ideal to creating the ultimate tasteful, sexy look. A bad the shoulder v neck top is both flattering and flirty.