Fashion Advice for Busty Women

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Having big breasts is not always easy, especially when it comes to dressing them up! Here all the things you need to look out for to look thinner and sexier!

Big breasts are commonly seen as super sexy by men and most women feel really lucky to have them and they are for sure envied by the others.

Those who do not have them don’t have a problem in having them done by their plastic surgeon just to add more sensual curves to their body, especially the Hollywood stars, who are big fans of this practice.

It seems like busty women have it all, but actually, even though sensual curves look stunning on them, they are really hard to dress!

Most women and girls that I know despise their full breasts, not because they think it is unattractive, but because they never know what to wear that will make them look sexy and not vulgar, voluptuous and not fat.

It is a challenge indeed, especially when it comes to choosing the necklines, as if you go for a high one it will make it look like you have a sausage on your chest and make the breasts look much lower, whereas if it is too low it can very easily look vulgar.

Plus, there is the problem that some women are ashamed of their cleavage, as they think it is too big and they risk to attract the wrong attention from men, so they tend to hide it and in doing that they make it look even bigger and the whole figure looks heavier.

Wearing the right clothes for your breast will in fact make you loose pounds faster than a speedy diet and enhance it in all the right ways, without exaggerating.

So, here are the top tips for dressing if you are heavy-chested!

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A great outfit starts from an even greater foundation, and that is true especially if you are a busty woman. A rightly fitted and supportive bra can make all the difference in making you look thinner and gorgeous in anything you will wear.

It comes with no surprise that most women actually wear the wrong size bra, even if they have a small cleavage, but especially if they have a big one this fact becomes quite obvious. If you have never done it, I think it is now time to go and get professionally measured and then invest in a great bra that you can use and reuse under anything.

A balconette style bra is the best option as it both lifts the breasts and it gives them a sexy shape. You should always make sure that the back straps are wide and tight, so they will not cut into the soft flesh of your under-arms and back and give enough support to lift the chest.

The shoulder straps too have to be regulated correctly. In order to see if the bra you are trying on is the right one for you, check also that the part that lies between the breasts fits perfectly and is not lifted up.

You should always have different bras to wear with different necklines, so make sure to buy a few models. When it comes to strapless bras then, pay particular attention to them and get one that is really structures and supportive and even if you try to jump up and down or run it will not fall.

The best ones in my opinion, when it comes to strapless bras for busty women, are those ones designed by Wonderbra!

The neckline DOs and DON’Ts

Choosing the right neckline is probably the most important thing for a busty woman as it can really make the difference and flatter your figure like anything else. Here are some things you should look for and some that you should avoid.

DO go for square, scoop and sweetheart necklines that are absolutely great for showing off your cleavage in the right way.

DON’T go for high necklines. This is a big no-no as they will make your breast look much bigger and also lower. Plus they will also give you a uni-boob effect that you want to avoid at all costs. So no both to rounded and turtlenecks.

DO choose v-neck tops and dresses that are great for separating the breasts and also elongate the body. But be careful not to exaggerate as the risk of looking vulgar is always there.

DO go for asymmetric necklines, like one shoulder dresses, as they are very sensual but not excessive.

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The right dresses for you

Wrap dresses are your best friends! They are very flattering because they separate the breasts and enhance them, but they also underline the waist making the whole body look slimmer. Empire waist dresses are also great for this same reason.

Try o avoid sleeveless dresses though as they draw the attention to the bust and the upper arms. Three-quarter sleeves are more flattering.

Tops and blouses

Say no to oversize and yes to body-hugging tops. Go for simple styles and avoid elaborate ruffles and frills that will only add bulk.

Corset tops will be perfect to accentuate the bust in a non-vulgar way. Also tops that are tight on the waist and loose on the chest are great as they will give the illusion of a smaller bust.

No to spaghetti straps that will exaggerate the appearance of the bust but choose instead thicker straps that are more supportive.

As for shirts and blouses, make sure that the buttons at the chest don’t pull and don’t seem like they are going to explode at any moment.

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How to accessorize

Your necklaces should never hit at the bustline (the height of the nipples) and also not lower as they will just hang at mid-air. Either choose really long necklaces, at the height of your belly, or chockers.

The best solution for busty women anyhow are earrings, as there is no risk that they will interfere with the neckline. Plus, they also draw the attention away from the bust.

When it comes to handbag, choose medium to large sized ones for more balance and avoid small ones that will simply exaggerate the appearance of the bust.

Loosely drapes scarves are also a great tool for elegantly covering up the chest!

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Stephanie has written for many online and printed magazines and she is now working as the editor of So Vain, which she founded, but also as a fashion consultant and stylist.

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