If you’ve ever felt disheartened about having small boob, you’re not alone!
There are lots of times when I’ve wished for more curves.
Over the years, through trial and error, I’ve learned the right way to dress for a small bust.
In my opinion, there are two perspectives when it comes to dressing better for small boob or flat chest, either 1)enhance the appearance by creating an illusion of a fuller bust or 2)embrace what we’ve got.
PART I – How to dress to make small boob look fuller
Personally, I follow these dressing rules, when I feel more self-conscious, or when I want to impress someone.
There are some dressing tricks we can use to make our small boob look fuller.
Keep reading to find all the clever ways you can dress to make your small boob look fuller — don’t miss the shopping picks too!
5 clever ways to add volume over your chest
💗 Use embellishments and ruffles
This is one of the easiest things to look for in women’s clothing. Most often than not, you’ll find a frill or some extra fabric volume that’s designed to go over the bust area.
All of these wonderful embellishments exaggerate the chest area with fullness, detail and volume, so creating the illusion of a lot going on. And, our fuller-chested sisters can have a hard time pulling them off stylishly. On a woman with a larger bust, this could add unwanted bulk and create disproportion.
💗 Wear busy pattern and print
Yes, really loud patterns and riots of colour can also work to your advantage by distracting the eye to their beauty and graphic detail.
Consider polka dots, geometric shapes, and floral prints depending on your personal style.
💗 Use a chest pocket or pocket flap
You can don top, shirt or jacket with pocket flaps and other detail on the chest pockets. Consider button-down shirt with pockets over the chest.
💗 Wear horizontal stripes
Horizontal lines are great to make your chest appear wider and help your bust look fuller in an instant.
Usually, thicker lines will have a stronger effect than thin horizontal lines.
Try wearing an off-the-shoulder striped top. It’ll accentuate your chest while drawing attention to the neckline as well.
💗 Wear light colour top
Wearing a lighter color on your top off gives the illusion that your top half is wider than it is.
5 necklines to wear to create a fuller bust
💗 Wear high neck
High-necked brings the attention away from the bust and draws the eye to the neck while giving you the illusion of a fuller bust.
💗 Wear crew neck
As an illustration, wearing t-shirt with a round neckline and shorts sleeves, is one such way to create voluptuous illusion at the bust area.
💗 Wear cowl neck
The extra drapes and folds of cowl necklines can also help to make your small boob look enormous.
💗 Wear halter neck
Every woman with small boob should have a halter design in her closet.
Given that halter design exposes your shoulders and create an illusion of larger bust size by drawing the eyes to the bosom.
💗 Wear sweetheart neckline
Sweetheart neckline contours the small boob very nicely. When it comes to accentuating your bust, the shape of the classic sweetheart neckline is the most flattering since it creates curves, volume and definition.
3 dressing tips to create body curves
💗 Wear clothes that cinch in at the waist
Tops or dresses that cinch in at the waist, due either to elasticated and ruching design at the waist. Exaggerating the waist magically creates more fullness in the bust area, and the blouson effect disguises exact bust size.
💗 Wear wider belt
Wide waist belts or corset-style belts create curves that highlight and slim the waist. Your bust will look bigger in comparison.
💗 Strategic use of colour block
Wear clothes that feature lighter shading across the chest. The strategic colour blocking can make certain areas stand out and others retreat.
2 must-have bras to create an illusion of fuller boob
💗 Wear padded bra
If you want to add some oomph, you could choose a padded bra which adds a cup size or two to your frame, creating extra volume.
💗 Wear push up bra
Normally come with the removable push-up padding, so that you can experiment with leaving it in or taking it out to see what is more comfortable and aesthetically pleasing for you.
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