How to Make Big Boobs Look Smaller

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How to Make Big Boobs Look Smaller
Learn how to minimise a large bust with clothing and jewellery. (Manicure on a female bust image by YURY MARYUNIN from Fotolia.com)

Breast size can affect the way clothing looks on your body, the way you carry yourself and the way people respond to you. If you have a large bust and would like to minimise its appearance, there are techniques to help. Aside from breast reduction surgery, your wardrobe can dramatically help to conceal or distract attention from your ample chest.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Minimiser bra
  • 2 sports bras
  • V-neck shirts
  • Necklaces

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Wear dark colours as opposed to white or light colours. Dark colours help to conceal a large chest whereas light colours can draw attention to your bust.

  2. 2

    Purchase a minimiser bra from your local department or lingerie store. These bras are specially designed to compress breasts and make them appear smaller. A well-fitting minimiser bra should be comfortable and still provide lift.

  3. 3

    Layer two sports bras to hold your bust close against your chest. Sports bras tend to be thin and breathe well, so wearing two is comfortable, supportive and serves to minimise a large bust.

  4. 4

    Avoid wearing baggy clothing. Baggy clothing can actually make you look bigger rather than disguise your body. Choose clothing that is well-tailored and fits your curves well rather than boxy, shapeless pieces.

  5. 5

    Wear v-neck tops. V-necks draw the eyes downward which helps to divert attention from your breasts. Avoid tight, high-necked tops that stretch across your bust as they can emphasise your size.

  6. 6

    Accessorise with bold, statement necklaces. Jewellery draws eyes away from your chest and focuses attention on other areas. Choose necklaces that lay across the collar bone and draw attention upward rather than longer, plunging necklaces which can have the opposite effect.

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