So, you are a plus size, voluptuous diva that is blessed in the chest area, and you may find it hard to find dresses that flatter your girls. Searching for the right clothing to highlight your two friends can be a headache so let me help you with few tips.
Some shirts may cover your fabulous area, but it may do nothing for your waist – and you never want that. On the other hand, you may find a shirt that shows off the girls too much, and that actually can be a problem because it may not cover your belly. And you know you’re wrong for that! Men are obsessed with large breasts, so you just need to be proud of them and enjoy wearing clothes suit to your body shape.
At times, you may become frustrated with your search and the thought of going topless may even cross your mind a time or two. Fortunately, there are ways that you can flaunt your large breasts without looking tacky.
what you should do:
If you have large breasts, then most of your t-shirts or blouses should have a V-neck cut. V-necks accentuates the breast in a good way. It provides symmetry and if you are wearing a good bra (look for that blog post coming soon) you can show off your cleavage, which will make your waist look smaller.
Asymmetrical Shirts and Dresses
If you do not want to accentuate the breasts, but you want your large breasts to look nice, wearing an asymmetrical shirt or dress will do the job. Asymmetrical designs take the focus from your breasts and up to your shoulder or collarbone. They fully cover the breasts, while minimizing the appearance of your large ta-ta’s.
Try to stay away from A-line shirts and dresses. A-line shirts and dresses are narrow at the shoulders, yet they flare out toward the waist. The problem that often occurs with women with large breast is that, if you do not accentuate the waist, then your clothes will look boxy. However, this style could possibly work if you have a great belt to wear around your waist to break up the garment.
Moo-Moo’s or Tunics
Say “No” to moo-moo’s or tunic’s because they do not flatter large chest women. OK, this may seem crazy to say, seeing the fact that most plus-size stores sells tunics and praise them. But if you really examine the women that are wearing the garment, you will see that none of them have a shape; it looks as if they are wearing a big potato sack, which is why they are bad for flattering large chest women.