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05.06.2020

8 Fire Outfits That Prove Women With Big Boobs Can Wear Everything

Ever shied away from a cute trend, frustratedly torn off a puckering blouse or simply sacrificed an amazing look because some small and insignificant part of your brain told you to cover up? Well, let us just say this: Don’t let the size of your boobs come between you and a lil bralet any longer, because we’ve uncovered some major inspiration that proves women with big boobs can wear everything they want to. Plus, we’ve discovered some wildly imaginative styling tricks along the way. Enjoy.

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8 **Fire Outfits** That Prove Women With Big Boobs Can Wear Everything

Knotted Blouse

Banish that puckering blouse image right out of your head, because this is how you’re wearing every blouse you’ve ever owned from now on: knotted at the front with a high waist pant. It’s comfortable, chic, and yes you will receive bonus points for going monochromatic à la our girl @yo_jules.

Denim Corset

Where once corsetry was symbolic of restriction, it’s now the go-to it-piece for chill fashion girls all over. Also, they’re an easy pre-owned score and are literally designed for boobs. How does one style a corset? Easy. Simply pair with things that you wouldn’t normally expect to look good with a corset. Contrast, baby! @ali_tate_cutler has expertly chosen paperbag trousers, which cinch the waist, flow off the hips, and let her beautiful bod do the talking.

Wrap Dress

Don’t let the deep V intimidate you — wrap dresses are crucial components to big boob wardrobes because the fit is practically customisable. It’s like a made-to-measure dress, but without the effort. @victoriawaldau pairs hers with a mini bag and a bomb selfie — and you can bet there are easy sandals or canvas sneakers just out of frame.

Smocked Dress (or Top!)

Give your bod a perfectly formed hug with dresses or tops that are smocked on the torso. The bust is fitted, the waist is snatched, and you didn’t have to visit the tailor once. @champagnemani styles a smocked dress to picnic perfection with an unbuttoned shirt and chunky gold jewellery. Mwah!

Sheer Blouse

Ever felt like you couldn’t? Well here’s visual proof via @anjaliumohan that you absolutely could — and should! A sheer top and a cute bra is a fool proof combination. You can don the right size blouse without feeling tenty, since your beautiful bod is liberated through the organza windows. Pair with a classic high waist trouser and, if you’re feeling uneasy, go for an opaque bra for more coverage.

Bodycon Dress

We’re not the first to suggest a bodycon dress to a gal with boobs, sure, but we might just be the first to draw your attention to the ingenious shirred detail on @yo_jules’s Stine Goya number. The texture gives you a bit more freedom on underwear choice, making bra and panty lines less of a thing compared to your usual bodycon moment. Plus, the dress becomes the star of the look and all you’ve to to do is reach for your fave heeled sandals and a classic gold hoop.

Knitted Bralet

Like you need further convincing after this visual from @champagnemani. The secret here is to literally just go for it. Bras were destined for boobs, so wear them with everything — reverse layered, totally exposed, and definitely with a matching cardi. Pair with your least-fussy pants, like your go-to jeans.

Romantic Bardot

While an off-the-shoulder moment feels a little counterintuitive at first, just refer to the title of this post: women with big boobs can wear everything. @thelanguageofyolande proves that romantic bardot tops are absolutely essential this summer — paired with a slip skirt, a bucket bag, and levelled up with sneakers. Now excuse us while we add all to cart.
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