The best tricks and hacks for ladies with a big décolletage
Small or large, breasts have always been the subject of much talk and admiration – men love them, women envy each other on the shape or size and when it comes to packing them up so the clothes serve them justice, it pretty much comes to smart clothing options.
For all the ladies with a bigger bust who are looking to hide their pride just a little bit, here are some of the best fashion tips that will hopefully stir you in the right direction:
The wrap is your friend
Wrap dresses are timeless pieces that have become the must-have part of every woman’s wardrobe, regardless of her size and shape. Wrap dresses (tops in particular) work wonders for ladies with bigger breasts, giving them visual proportion and making them more “harmonious” with the rest of your body. Getting a wrap dress/top in black? Amazing!
Say NO NO to high necklines/turtleneck shirts
Women with large breasts need to remember this tip asap! While high necklines look chic they tend to visually create a uni-boob which is flattering to, well, no one and especially girls with large breasts. Round necklines, turtleneck shirts and high necklines generally aren’t your friend! The only cut tolerable for girls with big breasts are those with a décolletage that’s cut vertically and visually elongates the bust.
Baggy styles, goodbye!
There is a belief that whoever is bigger in size should be wearing bigger clothes in order to mask the ‘extra’ up. Nonsense! Baggy clothes are only making your figure even larger and visually widening your whole body. To help create a slim, streamlined appearance always wear fitted clothes and tops! All that’s loose is just adding to the ‘problematic’ areas.
Avoid elaborate tops
Whether we are talking elaborate in terms of cut or pattern, anything excessive will only make your breasts look even larger than they are. In fact, patterns are generally widening, so we’d say avoiding these as much as possible.
Further, steer clear of sequins, ruffles or anything frilly around the neckline or chest area.
Stick to scoops and V-necklines
These cuts are a fashion-given solution for the ladies with the bigger bust. Again, the problem of a uni-boob will be solved with a simple v-neck which is visually dividing your breasts and making them proportional. Same goes for scoops.
Sleeve length does wonders
Believe it or not, but – the length of your sleeve can make all the difference when it comes to handling the appearance of your bust. Three quarter sleeves will help with girls who have larger breasts, as these are generally more slimming than short or sleeveless styles.
Choose the right bra
The right bra is everything! Plenty women are opting for breast reduction surgery in order to feel better about themselves and put a stop to that horrible back pain (we all know it), but with the help of the right bra – plenty of boob problems can be solved! When choosing a bra, always go for the right fit and thicker straps for better support. Never, ever go for a smaller size hoping you’ll “squeeze” your chicas in – that will only make them look bigger!
Avoid wide lapels
When you are struggling with a larger décolletage, much of fashion advice comes down reducing bulk around your chest area. Wide lapels on your coats or jackets add unnecessary bulk to your top half and in such a way are exaggerating the appearance of your bust. Stick to single breasted styles with minimal fussiness and you’ll see how amazing you’ll look.
Big breasts are usually adored by the males and most often hoped for by women around the world (hence, the breast implants world wide!). However, if you are feeling uncomfortable, breast reduction isn’t an uncommon procedure, so maybe consider it. If not – you’ve got our style tips to help you out!