How to Dress for Your Chest

Boobs. You want them if you don’t have them and you want to get rid of them if you do. Every girl I know with big boobs wishes they were small and vice versa. Regardless of whether they are large or small, dressing for your bust size can be tricky and at time downright frustrating.
Ladies if you ever listen to one thing I say, let this be it. Go and get properly measured for a bra. It’s free, it doesn’t take long, and I kid you not when I say that it will change your life. You are not the size you think you are. You cannot start to dress right for your bust size until you are wearing the right bra. You need that foundation for everything else to work.
Ok, now that we have that out of the way, let’s talk clothes. If you tend to run larger in the bust area, it’s all about wrap dresses and shirts with either a v-neck or scoop neck. Wrap dresses are flattering on any body size and work really well for large-chested women because they show off all of your curves, not just the ones up top. V-neck and scoop neck shirts tend to show more skin between the neck and bust line, which draws the eye up and away from your chest. Dark colors are also great for minimizing the appearance of large busts.
Now for you ladies with smaller chests, there are ways to enhance what mother nature gave you. Anything with ruffles will automatically make your chest look larger than it is. Corset style dresses and plunging necklines are also great for accentuating smaller chests. You can also use color blocking to your advantage by wearing a lighter color on top and a darker color on bottom to make you look fuller in the chest and smaller on the bottom.

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