It can be frustrating to try to show off your figure when you have small breasts. Of course you don’t want to make your breasts overly obvious but you definitely want to look feminine. These phenomenal fashion tips can help you to emphasize what you have. Your confidence will definitely get a boost!
1 Go Strapless
You may think that strapless bras are the last thing you should wear but you couldn’t be more wrong. Women with small breasts are the perfect candidate for this style. It’s actually much easier for you to pull this off then your fuller-figured sisters. Strapless tops and dresses make your breasts seem bigger because they’re made to hold your breasts in a lifted position. Try a strapless clothing item on and you’ll see exactly what I’m talking about.
2 Go for a Deep V
When you’ve got big breasts, they spill out everywhere. You can show cleavage even when you don’t want to show it, making v-necks a little tricky to wear. Women with small breasts can get by with V-necks so much easier. It enhances your breasts to look bigger when your top is cut into a V. Regular V-neck tops are going to be flattering to you as are tops cut with an even deeper V.
3 Create an Illusion of Fuller Breasts
Stripes can be your best friend or your worst enemy. In the case of women with small breasts, you want to embrace them. Horizontal stripes or even diagonal will make your breasts look fuller. They won’t fade into your clothing as if they aren’t there the way they can with many tops. Try a top with stripes or even a dress. T-shirt dresses often come in stripes and are very fashionable right now.
4 Choose Tops with Embellishments in the Right Places
Embellishments can make your Size A’s seem like they’re easily Size B’s. One of the best embellishments to go for is a top with ruffles. This creates the illusion of fullness in your breasts. This also works with bathing suit tops. But other embellishments can be helpful too; look for tops with beading, lace, ruffles and other decorations.
5 Look Lovely in Layers
Layers were made for small breasted women. It’s the perfect look for you because layers tend to add bulk, especially in the chest area. While full-figured women have to battle against the frump when they layer up, you don’t. Your breasts look fuller and no one but you knows that it’s really the layers giving that effect. Even adding a tank under a top can give this effect.
6 Put Your Hair up
This sounds silly but it’s a tried and true fashion trick when you want to make your breasts look bigger. It works because it elongates your neckline, calling attention to the slimness of your neck. Under that, breasts seem fuller in comparison. Go without a necklace to take this elongating trick even further. Wear a pair of simple stud earrings instead if you feel the need for jewelry.
7 Fake It with a Push up Bra
The easiest trick of all, fake bigger breasts with a push up bra. No one will ever know you look a size bigger because of padding. It’s your own little private secret. Push up bras are easy to find at almost any store that carries bras. There’re also many different levels of padding so you can choose one you feel most comfortable in.
8 Be Bold in Backless Styles
One thing that small breasted women can do with ease is pull of many backless styles, as often they can get away with not having the support that many bustier women need. Another bonus is that backless styles often have high-necklines at the front as it achieves an equal balance, so you won't have to worry about feeling self-conscious about your chest here either!
9 Be Bright and Bold
Have you ever noticed how bustier women often wear black? Usually this is because they don't want to make their breasts look larger than they already naturally are. Small chested women, on the other hand, are generally able to pull of a wide variety of colours without having this problem! So go for it girls; go light, bold, bright or neon—you’ll be able to rock each shade! Also, many bright and bold colours can create the illusion of bigger breasts.
10 Strike an Equal Balance
For small chested women it's often a good idea to try strike an equal balance between your top and bottom half. The good news is there's many ways you can pull this off! If you have a smaller upper body, your bottom must compensate for it...make sense? To help you strike this balance, opt for boot-cut and flare pants, or alternatively loose and flowy skirts are great choices too!
I hope these tips help you look and feel phenomenal. Which ones are you anxious to try? Do you have any tips of your own to share?