How to Dress With Big Boobs

Getting dressed in the morning can be tricky if you have big boobs. From gaping shirts to finding dresses that fit your top and bottom, it can be tough.

Thankfully, there are many ways to make your outfits more flattering with the right clothing choices. Here are some of the best styling tips for dressing with big boobs.

Wrap Dresses

Wrap dresses are a staple in many closets and cinch at the waist to create an alluring hourglass silhouette. They also feature a V-shaped neckline that defines the bust, making them the perfect option for women with large boobs.

However, if your dress’ neckline is too low or gapes open, it can be an eyesore. The good news is, there’s an easy fix for this. You can use a safety pin or snap button to hold the neckline in place or add a cami or lacy bra underneath.

The key is to avoid horizontal stripes, which draw the eye down and emphasize your cleavage. Instead, try vertical stripes or a shirt dress that starts below the bust for an attractive, proportional look. For an extra stylish touch, opt for a dress with a high-waist to make your legs appear longer. This will also help accentuate your curves in the right places.

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Prints

Big boobs and prints may sound like a no-go, but it’s not always the case. If you find the right print and fabric, it can be super flattering for busty girls. Darker colours can slim the look of your body and minimize the impact of your boobs.

Try a v-neck or scoop neck dress to show off your curves in a flattering and feminine way. You can also show off a bit more cleavage with a turtleneck bodysuit. The tailoring on this type of top minimizes any drag across your ample bust and keeps everything looking pulled tight.

Boxy crop tops or T-shirts can end up looking like tents on a busty girl, so look for ones with ties or twists. They can add a bit more definition and help you look and feel your best. Also, look for tops that have a bit of stretch in them, as they’ll hug your boobs and help keep them from looking misshapen.

Long Sleeves and Straps

Women with big boobs know that getting dressed isn’t always easy. Between cleavage gaps, shirts that don’t fit both your top and bottom and dresses that are too short for your chest, it’s easy to get frustrated and give up on getting dressed.

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Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be that way. Using the right clothing and styling tips can help you dress your best and still feel confident.

Beavis recommends choosing dresses with long sleeves or straps to downplay a large bust. She also suggests trying a scoop neck or sweetheart neck to show off the area around your decolletage rather than your breasts.

Tuck Your Tops In

A tuck in a shirt or blouse can be a great way to define your waist and elongate your look. However, if you have big boobs, it’s important to do it right or it will just highlight your chest.

Choosing the right tuck will also depend on the type of shirt or blouse you are wearing. For example, a full tuck will work best with high waisted pants or slim tops but not so well with low-waist pants or chunky tops.

A half tuck is usually better for lower-waist pants or when you want to give your figure a more shapely appearance. It’s a simple style that takes less than a minute to do but will have a noticeable impact on how your body looks. Try it with your favorite t-shirt or blouse and see how you like it! And if you’re interested in getting more outfit inspiration and tips for dressing your size, sign up to our weekly newsletter, Wardrobe Magic.

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Square or V-Necks

Dressing up can get a little tricky when you have large boobs. From gaping shirts that show too much cleavage to dresses that don’t fit your top and bottom – choosing outfits can be one of the most stressful parts of your day.

Luckily, there are some necklines that can make it easy to look stylish with big boobs. “Sweetheart necklines, anything v-neck and even plunging necklines are flattering,” says Beavis.

Another option is a square neck, which can elongate the area around your chest making it look smaller and slimmer. Georgette @grownandcurvywoman (read her style interview here) wears a yellow square neck wrap top with balloon sleeves, wide pants and sandals to create an outfit that’s both flattering and comfortable. The neutral color and dainty sleeves draw the eye away from her bust, while the high neck gives a streamlined silhouette. To complete her look, she adds a simple necklace and earrings.

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