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How to dress when you have a large chest?

Having a big chest dream of more than one. But is it really an asset?

It is known that many women with generous breasts find it difficult to dress and face different difficulties. Among them:finding nice underwear, wearing tight clothes without being too sexy, putting on a shirt without looking like a naughty secretary... there are many problems faced by women with large breasts.

It's out of the question to hide your neckline, but rather to know the pieces that will highlight it! Because yes, there are plenty of tricks for dressing with a large chest .

We hope that with all our fashion tips, your complexes will quickly disappear and that getting dressed will become a real pleasure to proudly show off your breasts.

What clothes to wear with a large chest?

To learn how to dress with large breasts, particular importance should be given to the choice of lingerie. Because it is one of the most important things in the first place.

Which bras for a big breast?

The chest requires exemplary support if you don't want to have sagging breasts. But then which bra to choose for a sagging breast? When these are heavy, it is all the more important to favor bras with support adapted to the size of the chest.

The aesthetic side is also important and it is important to know how to highlight a generous chest with your lingerie.

  • Full-fit push-ups

They are perfect for a sculpting and remodeling effect. For sagging breasts, it will give the impression of a firm and shapely breast. We often mistakenly think that the push-up is there to bring additional volume to the chest and yet it is there above all to refocus the volume. That's why although you have a voluminous chest, you can opt for a full cup push-up.

  • Full-fit bras

For a perfectly supported chest thanks to wide straps and circled underwire under the chest. This is the basis of a bra for a generous bust.

  • Balcony bras

The balconette bra is a cut that can be described as "semi-fitted" that is definitely feminine. This model, as feminine and glamorous as it is, also offers excellent support for generous breasts.

  • Minimizing bras

They provide optimum support while minimizing the bust. If you try to hide your large breasts , so it is an ideal lingerie choice for you. The minimizer has been specially designed for large breasts and will have the opposite effect of a push-up because all the volume of the breasts is distributed on the sides.

With these types of bras, you may feel like you've lost a cup size or two! Some who only dream of that will be delighted!

Are strapless bras suitable for large breasts?

Yes, contrary to popular belief, a woman with a generous chest can wear a strapless bra. But she will have to choose it with underwiring and especially not soft bandeau models that would make the chest fall.

How to choose your tops when you have a generous chest?

The most important thing when looking for an outfit to wear with a large chest is to clear the neck . Do not overload the neck and shoulders as this will give the impression of extra volume on the upper body.

For example, many women with large breasts complain that they can no longer wear blouses because the buttons are pushed apart and this makes the breasts even more visually imposing.

The first thing to do to create clearance on the upper body is to pay attention to the choice of materials. We must favor fluid and light materials that give a feeling of openness. Some cuts and some tops are best with a large chest:

  • V-necks
  • Fitted and not too loose cuts
  • Flowing V-neck shirts
  • Wrap tops
  • Cinched jackets and blazers
  • Plain and patternless tops

Can you wear turtlenecks when you have a big chest? Yes and no. It depends on the silhouette. The turtleneck will highlight your assets in a very feminine way. It is therefore advisable to take full responsibility if you have some curves. The turtleneck is sometimes totally inadvisable in case of large breasts. We'll let you judge for yourself if it's a piece you like to wear.

What dress for a big chest?

We often talk about ideal cuts and wonder what dress to wear with a big chest. Except that all women with a generous chest do not have the same morphology. The most important thing is actually to adapt your outfit to your morphology. Generally speaking, we do know that there are dresses that are more flattering for larger breasts and in which you should feel comfortable.

Here are some models of dresses that are perfect for large breasts:

  • The wrap dress
  • Dress with wrap-over neckline
  • V-neck dress
  • Flowing V-neck dress
  • Dress with a round neck
  • The shirt dress
  • Boat-neck dress

If you have a thin waist and a large chest :you can belt your dress under the chest to shift the angle of view slightly lower.

If you have curves and a large chest: we recommend the long floral dress with a V-neckline. The print and cut of this type of bohemian chic dress emphasizes your femininity by making the silhouette more slender. The neckline will be perfectly highlighted.

For each of our proposals, you should ask yourself if you feel like taking responsibility for your cleavage or not. While some will seek to highlight their large chest, others will absolutely want to hide it so that it appears smaller. Some will proudly opt for a wrap dress with a deep neckline and others will prefer to choose a round neck or a more discreet shirt dress.

My chest is generous:which coat should I choose?

Often, the choice of coat for women with large breasts is not an easy choice. The fact is that when you button your coat the risk is to look suffocated and skimpy as you will find yourself tight at the bust. But then what type of coat will best suit a large chest ?

As we saw above, the choice of material is once again very important. To minimize the volume on your chest, prefer coats with fluid materials . Of course, the goal is not to be cold. So for a warm and trendy winter, we will go for a double-sided fabric (composed of cashmere and neoprene) or a nice wool coat. For mid-season, the trench is really ideal.

Always keep in mind that the more clearance the neck has, the better. So opt for pretty necklines with rather wide lapels or models with a fitted cut under the bust such as wraps.

The worst choice would be to opt for a double-breasted coat that would add volume to the chest. If you have chosen a coat with buttons, make sure that these are slightly offset.