ACHIEVING an A or a B in a test is generally very highly valued. Yet an A or B breast cup size is often under-valued and under-appreciated. We say, screw that!
Recently, Vogue boldly declared cleavage is old news. Ridiculous as this statement was, cleavage tends to attract more attention, even when it’s deemed “over”.
But we’re not in the business of telling women what their bodies should look like.
You don’t need to dress to up your cleavage level. No. Unless you have a burning desire to strap yourself into a corset, rather dress in a way that sees you embracing your small boobs – and, in many cases, sees you wearing things big-breasted women find hard to wear.
– You can wear plunging, cutout tops without it looking overly sexy.
Yup! You can wear blazers without a top (or bra even) underneath and it will still look chic.
– No bra needed with halter necklines.
Big-boobed girls know the struggle of having to wear a bra, always. So embrace your bumps and bask in the glory of freeing the boob, the underboob and maybe even the nipple!
– Hello, bralettes!
Let your undies peek out of an open-backed top or dress, a half unbuttoned button-up shirt or wear it solo with a high-waisted pair of jeans to embrace a festival vibe.
Wearing lots of layers won’t make you look frumpy. So play around with cropped tanks and overshirts and slip dresses and tees.
Small-breasted women give pretty lace-up dresses and tops the credibility they really deserve.