The Busty Woman’s Guide To Letting “The Girls” Have Fun

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Clothing Hacks Every Busty Woman Should Know

MAY 26, 2017

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There are some things busty women will always have the ‘privilege’ of knowing. Like the improbability of finding a good button down shirt, the uselessness of trying to wear anything backless and the fact that long necklaces will always dangle off the precipice of your boobs like a cat’s toy.

But here’s a reality check. There are millions of women who will pay a ton of money for what we have and so the idea of not being able to wear thin, strappy lace blouses should be put into perspective.

Most trends are still ours for the taking, like the classic V-neck bodice or a sexy wrap dress. These silhouettes are where we come into your own. While there are certain challenges that come with being larger than a 34B, never forget the fundamental rule of style; that looking great in what you wear is all about balance, proportion and fit, no matter what your breast size.

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Find Your Fit

The base comfort for your boobs, how they look in clothes and how confident you feel in them begins with your undergarments. When it comes to your bra, never be tempted to wear one that’s too small in an attempt to minimise your size. It will simply squish you in all the wrong places.

There are so many speciality bra shops for that specific moment in the Victoria Secrets changing room when you shake your head and know there is a better way.

A good investment is a three –way support bra (with different strap options), which allows you to wear a variety of tops, is a must. So too is a supportive sports bra that can take you from jumping around in a high-intensity cardio class to just doing yoga in your living room. A good fitting bra is the biggest game changer in the closet of the busty woman.

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Balance

Large busts demand attention (from you) but they also require balance. So you’ve got to work with it and not against it. Forget covering them up with high neck tops or loose bodices. Instead, think of low cut tops or a V-neck or any top that shows some skin from the neck to your cleavage.

If wearing a crew neck, tuck it into your skirt or pants, throw on a gorgeous necklace (preferably one that stops before the top of your cleavage) and you’re set. The success factor with this look is to wear something slimming on the bottom to counterbalance a busty top.

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“Avoid”

All the fashion magazines might say to avoid scarves and thin spaghetti straps but I think that’s baloney. Instead, if you focus on your undergarments, the right bra, and how you drape your scarves and how you balance your top or dress with the appropriate bottom piece, then you can head out the door with confidence.

The one thing I’d say to avoid if you’re busty, is spindly heels that that are so high they make you look like Jessica Rabbit.

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Bold Print

For sure you can go ahead and embrace this trend: bold prints and florals, even stripes look fantastic on all sizes. Here’s the trick that will help minimise the exaggeration of your chest; make sure the pattern at the top is smaller and less dramatic than the one on the bottom. The reverse is true if you are small on top.

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Basics

You can go for hats or head wraps (so fashionable right now) with height, which draw attention away from your breasts. Wrap dresses, v –ballerina or scoop necks; pencil or fishtail skirts, low cut trousers, belts slightly lowered on the hips, lapel free or swing jackets and high stacked heel should be your best find.

One of my of my favourite garments is the jumpsuit. One that has a loose bottom like a palazzo will automatically make you seem small on top. Colour blocking on top of the jumpsuit with a cropped jacket worn open will make you look like a star and will also help make a larger chest appear smaller.

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Never cover up completely

This is my singular golden rule. If you’re a top-heavy woman you should never cover up completely. It just adds bulk to your bust and we all know “the girls “ just want to have fun.

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  • Cherelle B

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this blog… as a “Busty” woman myself (will not state size but it’s over 34E!??)
    I have spent years, not just trying to find the perfect bra but the “right” clothing… well what I was taught to be right clothing, which was certainly not comfortable. Thanks for the info Forward forty!!….. much love?

  • Alexander Malcolm

    I like these fashion’s

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