The 15 Best Dresses for Big Boobs
Calling all DDs, FFFs and anybody else who identifies as “well-endowed”: While most women just throw on a frock and call it a day, we bustier ladies don’t have it quite as easy. Between uni-boobs and strapless bras, there’s a long list of occupational hazards that come with the chesty territory. But fear no more. Here are the five best dress styles to flatter what the good Lord gave ya.
1. Floral Wrap Maxi Dress
We love the way this style defines and separates the girls and draws the eye downward, creating the illusion of length. That said, sometimes it can be a bit too revealing, so look for wraps with thicker straps and sleeves. And when all else fails, wear a cami underneath.
2. Classic Wrap Dress
The slimming black shade and long, full-coverage sleeves will draw eyes anywhere but there.
3. Textured Metallic Faux-Wrap Dress
This faux-wrap dress means you get the flattering look of a wrap dress, without the need for double sided tape.
4. Belted Halter Dress
A recurrent problem for large-chested ladies: Wearing a fuller dress can make you appear bigger than you actually are. Look for one with a belt or waist tie to accentuate your little middle.
5. Belted Long Sleeve Shirtdress
This long sleeve frock has a subtle matching belt that gives you major definition.
6. Belted Floral Dress
Floral on black? a classic, year round dress.
7. Form Fitting V-Neck Dress
One of the most universally flattering necklines, a V-neck lends itself to thicker straps (meaning you can still wear your normal bra).
8. V-Neck with Flutter Sleeves
The pretty print and flutter sleeves provide sophistication and balance.
9. Floral V-Neck Dress
A flattering top and waist-cinching middle? Yes, please.
Fit & Flare Dresses
10. Cut Out Detail
This style is designed to balance out your figure. So look for a dress that skims your upper half and then flares out on the bottom, to even out your proportions.
11. Asymmetrical Fit & Flare
This option offers a flattering full skirt while also adding a little bit of attention up on your shoulders.
12. Striped Fit & Flare
The full coverage of a high-cut top means you can dance without a potential Janet Jackson moment.
13. Shift Dress with Frill Detail
No, it doesn’t have to look like a potato sack. Size to fit your chest, then let the rest of the dress comfortably flow away.
14. Royal Blue Shift Dress
This bold frock is on-trend and work-appropriate.
15. Red Shift Dress
All it needs is a fun pair of leopard-printed slides, then you (and your boobs) are ready for wherever the day takes you.