Clothing for Big Boobs: 6 Must Have Items
Your smaller-chested friends roll their eyes every time you complain about your gracious curves. (“Yeah, it must be so hard to have such great cleavage…”) But what they really don’t understand is finding cute clothing for big boobs is a shopping struggle. Save yourself some headaches by always having these six pieces in your closet. Ready, set, look awesome.
1. A Go-To Button-Down Blouse That Doesn’t Gap
No one knows better than the well-endowed how important the right fit can be, especially with the beloved button-down. You may need to go up a size to ensure that the fabric skims over your chest (not clings to it). And if need be, have a tailor take in the arms and waist later. When you’re in the dressing room, move your arms around so you know your bra won’t make an appearance between the buttons. (FYI, softer rayons will usually give you better movement than starched cotton.)
2. A Camisole to Go Under Shirts That Do Gap
Even after all that, it’s inevitable that some blouses will spread out right over your bosom. Our solution? A super-soft camisole that hides any bra exposure. Aim for a nude-color cami under white and light-colored tops, and a black cami beneath darker blouses.
3. A Structured Blazer to Frame Your Shoulders
A well-tailored jacket is the most timeless closet staple. Not only does it disguise a number of sins (say, a too-snug blouse or the hint of a muffin top), but its clean lines give definition to your frame so your boobs don't steal your outfit's show.
4. Wide-Leg Bottoms to Balance Proportions
You’ve already got volume up top, so a smart styling idea is to add a bit of width on bottom for symmetry. Enter your new favorite pants: the culottes. Besides being super flattering, they’re also just damn fun to wear.
5. A Dress with a Waist
The trouble with tunic shirts and shift dresses: They leave your entire frame looking like one solid-colored square. Instead, show off your hourglass figure by defining your middle with a wrap or A-line dress. (And a statement-making bell sleeve never hurt your figure either.)
6. A Deep-V Top to Show off Your Décolleté
There’s a time and a place for everything—including a time to turn some heads. That’s where a cleavage-skimming V-neck comes into play. (Hellooooo, bombshell.) Not only do you get to flaunt your elegant neckline, but the upside-down triangle also draws the eye upward to lengthen your torso and elongate your middle. Work.