While bigger bust sizes are often deemed desirable, truth is that it isn’t all that simple to carry and wear them well when it comes to the right cuts and silhouettes that can flatter and compliment their bust sizes. Plus it is a tough call to decide on what occasions you want to minimize or enhance the appearance. Precisely why, we have put together a few handy styling tips that women with large bust sizes can lean on heavily, pun totally intended.
Tip1 - Embrace the sack look

Tip1 - Embrace the sack look

The challenge for busty women is to find a dress that fits the waist and the back equally well. More often than not, you will have to go up a size and settle for a wider measurement just so you can accommodate your bust size. Well, we suggest you embrace it and wear the size none-the-less. The sack like fall might not define your waistline but it will still be very liberating to wear a sack, loose silhouette teamed with maybe a flared hem line.

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Tip2 – Watch the colour quotient

Tip2 – Watch the colour quotient

If you are heavy busted you will often be asked to pick a clinging waistline that will keep you from looking fat yes, but it will also give you a fake pin up look. Clearly, there are better and more subtle things you can do to wear your bust size right, like playing with the colours! Pick darker shades for a diminishing effect on your curves because lighter hues will draw attention to your bust and accentuate the effect.

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Tip3 – Opt for clean line blazers

Tip3 – Opt for clean line blazers

Heavy busted women need to be twice as careful with the sizes they pick for a size that will fit your waist well might not fasten securely on your chest and the same rule goes for your blazer! So make sure you pick a bigger size. But more importantly look for cleaner longer lines with silhouette lengths that will make your torso look longer and minimize your bust line.

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Tip 4 – No turtlenecks no halter necks!

Tip 4 – No turtlenecks no halter necks!

A busty frame teamed with a turtleneck is not all that great a combination for the simple reason that it emphasizes your largest measurement, the bust! If you must at all pick a closed neck then opt for thicker fabrics that will even out your torso proportions well. Much like turtlenecks, halternecks too can accentuate your bust size and make them look bigger. Plus you will need a really supportive bra to team it with, which is tough to find.

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Tip 5 – Watch them sleeve lengths

Tip 5 – Watch them sleeve lengths

Three quarter sleeves have a slimming effect as compared to the short sleeves thus making them a better pick over any other sleeve styles.

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Tip 6 – Cracking that cleavage

Tip 6 – Cracking that cleavage

Neck lines are as crucial as the sleeves and cuts are when it comes to wearing your bust size right. Heavy busted women can totally opt for deep V-neck tops considering they have a diminishing effect on the breasts while the short V-necks can work otherwise and make your neck look thicker.

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