Many women with small breasts wish that they had a bigger bust. But the women who have those sought-after large breasts know they're not always the best things to have. When people often talk to your chest instead of your face, it's important to know how to dress to minimize large breasts.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Wear dark colors such as black or navy blue. Light colors bring attention to large breasts, while dark colors help to camouflage them. Patterns and stripes naturally call attention to the chest area, so stay away from them as well. Choose a v-neck instead of round because it visually divides your chest, making your breasts look smaller.
Dress in loose fitting tops to minimize large breasts. Tight tops stretch around the breasts, causing people to look at that area. This goes for jackets as well. It's best to wear a cropped jacket or double breasted blazer to minimize the bust line.
Use accessories to draw attention away from your large breasts. By sporting some sexy earrings or a pretty anklet, people may look at those instead of your chest.
Buy a supportive, seamless bra. These bras work wonders for your wardrobe by minimizing the bust line. Avoid using sports bras unless you're exercising because squeezing into something too tight can cause back problems and unnecessary pain.
Tips and warnings
- Don't wear spandex or anything that stretches around the chest area. Spandex and big breasts don't mix.
- While it's good to wear loose fitting tops, avoid wearing something that's too large. This only makes breasts look bigger.