Here is all the advice you are looking for if you are fuller-busted or bigger-busted (i.e. well endowed bosom-wise).
Yes, we know that having a full Katie Price Phwoar frontage can be tiring on the back and can make choosing clothes more difficult, but by using this carefully worked out style advice, the woman with a fuller bust can avoid the style pitfalls and find all the fabulous fashion perfect for her figure type.
If you have an Hourglass silhouette, you can find Hourglass Style Tips here.
1. Always wear the best-fitting, most supportive bra possible and ensure straps are the correct length to keep your bust where it belongs – on your chest, not on your waist! Do check the straps after the bra has been washed as they do loosen. If necessary, sew the straps into place.
2. Draw attention to your face and shoulders with make-up and jewellery.
3. Medium-low necklines are the most flattering for a fuller bust.
4. V or scoop necklines are the most flattering for a fuller bust. However, the best neckline shape will depend more on your face shape than your bust size. The neckline shape should reflect your face shape and features – so V-neck or square neck if you have an angular face and angular features; rounded, scoop neck if you have a more curvy face and features.
5. Tops or the bodice of a dress should showcase your assets – so look for soft, draping necklines or a wrap front.
6. When buying tops with button fastening, try to find them where the button hole is horizontal rather than vertical. Or look for tops especially made to avoid any “peeping.”
7. Jackets and cardigans with no lapels or with very narrow lapels or with shawl collars will be the most flattering for your curves.
8. Sleeves that are ¾-length or long will complement your fuller bustline.
9. Dolman sleeves are very flattering.
10. Low slung belts to visually lengthen the space between waist and bust will work well.
1. Breast pockets, puffed sleeves and smock style tops are not flattering for a fuller bust.
2. Halter-neck swimsuits won’t be great, because they will make your bust look larger.
3. Avoid raglan sleeves if you have a very full bust.
4. And avoid short jackets and heavy textured tops and jackets too.
5. High-waisted trousers, together with a fuller bustline is not a good look.
6. It’s best to avoid high and very high necklines as well – again, they can just make your curvy bust look larger.
7. Avoid clutch bags – they just add width to your bustline! If you own one, carry it in your hand rather than under your arm.
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