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But are you one of the many women that dre Summer dressing because you find it hard to find summer styles that suit your ample bosom??? In the hot summer months, looking cool and chic when you are blessed in the boob department can be a challenge. I totally get it. In my early twenties I had enormous boobs. The contraceptive pill plumped them up to a size which was totally out of proportion to my frame. I was so conscious of looking overtly busty that I did everything I could to conceal them.
Armed with more understanding and knowledge of shape, I now know that the key is to create good proportions. Indeed it is easier when clothing is more structured and covered-up in the Winter, but there are so many current summer styles that women with big boobs can wear and look amazing in.
Wide Straps It goes without saying that a supportive bra is absolutely essential if you have big boobs, but the more support you need the wider the bra straps. So whilst dresses with spaghetti straps are off-bounds, there are lots of summer dresses around with wide straps that will conceal bra straps. This dress from Jigsaw is ideal; the vertical stripes and v-neck are both flattering elements for a larger bust, plus it has a gathered waistline and tiered full skirt which will create balance for the upper torso.
The tiered lower half of the dress will provide a nice element of balance for a large bust. This lined-blend, capped sleeve dress from Next has an open back in a style that will conceal a supportive bra. Square or Sweetheart Necks These are the most flattering shapes on larger busts. This sweetheart-neck dress from Monsoon also draws the eye to a cinched-in waist and the shoulders away from the bust.
A ruffle skirt is ideal for this technique. Keep the top half really simple such a black square-neck top so that the focus is entirely away from the bust. V-necks V-necks elongate the torso and provide a structured outline on a curvaceous chest. This relaxed, linen top from Boden has puff detail at the shoulders to create interest and structure across the top of the torso and the vertical print will elongate the frame.
If less va-va-voom is your thing, look for loose wrap styles with fluted or kimono-style sleeves like this dress from Superdry. And if you have great legs — get them on show! You can wear your favourite cami-top underneath and not worry about exposing your bra straps. A versatile piece, they make a funky throw-on over jeans — like this kimono from Anthropologie — but are also fab for covering up on the beach too.
If you choose a longer line kimono, it will provide a lengthening effect to your silhouette. Bardot Style An off-the-shoulder style brings focus to the shoulders and away from the bust. Look out for Bardot-styles which have a large frill layer as this will completely conceal the bust like this polka dot dress from Mango. Adding a belt to this dress would bring emphasis to the waistline, balancing the shape and creating a lovely hourglass silhouette. Check out Fantasie Lingerie for really good, supportive strapless bras and the Jamie Minimising Bra from Next comes highly recommended.
Ditsy Prints A small, busy print confuses the eye and is much more flattering for a big bust than a bold print. Bold shapes will draw the eye in to focus directly on the large shapes. Ditsy florals and leopard prints are ideal. This jumpsuit from Dorothy Perkins fits the bill with a wrap front and flattering waist detail. I hope that this post has proved that if you have big boobs, you can still wear many of the current summer trends. Remember — this is just a guide. Maxine, size 34H Wrap dresses are the friends of larger busted ladies. They create a nice V and accentuate the waist.
I often wear a vest underneath to give me a bit of comfort and prevent unwanted gaping. They have a strange reducing effect that was quite unexpected. I also like frills. Most larger busted ladies avoid frills but they actually hide a larger bust and distract the eye. Fitted styles are actually more flattering — provided you are wearing a good bra!
I like a side sling bra as it pushes the breast forward in line with the rib cage instead of making the bust look wide. My favourite brands are Fantasie including their larger size range called ElomiCleo by Panache, the Envy bra by Panache and for cute prints Freya.
My recommendation for a strapless bra is the Aura by Fantasie. It has moulded cups and gives excellent support and a good shape whilst remaining comfortable. Follow Maxine on Instagram: dressedtothemax. Jayde, size 40G I am a big fan of wrap dresses, I find that there is something very sexy and flattering about them especially on my body type.
I also find that a square neckline is very much suited and compliments my fuller bust. I recommend their multi-way strapless bra which is stylish, comfortable and sexy. Are there any other styling tricks or shapes that work for your large bust?
Please leave me a comment or contact me directly. This post contains affiliate links. If you click through and purchase an item, I will earn a very small commission. Hi Connie, thanks for your comment. Totally agree — a good strapless bra is required with the off-the-shoulder styles. Have you tried Fantasie Lingerie? I totally agree Connie. Best tips are wraps although have to watch out for gaping so needs to be either sown or easy to securely tiev-necks or scoop necks but with wider straps, nothing high neck due to looking matronly due to expanse of materials if it can show clavicles tends to be more flattering.
Love this, thanks Claire. Adding a structured shoulder or a fuller skirt to distract the eye and love a kimono to soften things up. Oh and I avoid side zips like the plague!! I love shirt dresses — i just put a vest underneath if necessary a la Kirstie Allsop. Other tricks are neat puff shoulders and volume on the bottom half. Patterns on the bottom half and dark colours up top. Lots of necklaces above the chest line or a single big necklace.
Also big earrings or a striking cuff on the wrist also provide visual balance. I think shoulder length or longer hair to provide balance too. Beautiful accessories to draw attention and compliments also help in general. Plus soft silky fabrics to fold back into my curves. Anyway enough from me this is what I have learnt over the years. Oh plus copious use of clothing tape to stop buttoned tops from gaping xxxx. Thanks for your comment and tips Emma! You sound as if you have really learned how best to balance your shape!
Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. The tiered lower half of the dress will provide a nice element of balance for a large bust 3. Check out Fantasie Lingerie for really good, supportive strapless bras and the Jamie Minimising Bra from Next comes highly recommended Follow Maxine on Instagram: dressedtothemax Jayde, size 40G I am a big fan of wrap dresses, I find that there is something very sexy and flattering about them especially on my body type.
I find dresses that fit over my breasts are then baggy on my bottom half. Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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