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Boobs need these dresses or do they?

Boobs need these dresses or do they?

This article suggested 4 types of dresses for bigger boobs. This is an area close to my heart (pun intended). If you want to accentuate your assets then their suggestions are correct, but on the other hand, if like me you want to dress real nice but not have the girls on show here’s what I think…

Personally, I disagree with 3 out of 4!

The Wrap Dress – I don’t enjoy wearing these if you’re heavy up top. I find that throughout the wraps takes on a form of its own and you’ll be tugging and warring, pulling on hoisting. The final straw is when the safety pin comes out and this keeps the neckline in place but changes the natural form of the dress! I don’t want to work that hard!

The Low Cut – Again, great if you want to be on show but I don’t thanks… Next.

The Ruched – Cute and I see where people are going with this idea and up to a certain cup size, yes. After that NO! I just find ruching adds extra thickness to an already heavy area of my body… Next.

The Belted – This works for me. Whether it’s a belt, belted look incorporated into the dress or tapering into the waist with darts, detail or soft pleats. It’s taking the eye away from the assets (that are already very visual) and draws the eye to another place.

The missing dress is a V-Neck! You can wear the depth of the v to a place that’s comfortable and decent for you.

This is my personal opinion but it’s also a different opinion from popular opinion for what to wear for bigger boobs. Wear what works for you 😉

Here’s the article I was referring to:
https://www.whowhatwear.co.uk/dresses-for-large-busts–5aa11400c6d81/slide13

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Camelle Daley

Camelle Daley

I’m a natural motivator and encourager. This is my blog, this is me. Here I give myself permission to #BeMe. I write my thoughts and feelings about life for anyone who’s interested.

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