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After all, the average bra size in America is a 34DD.
I want to see styles that cater for a bust, nip in the waist, and give that desirable hourglass shape while looking effortless, not tarty or matronly.
Trying to dress like the women on the runway, you're never going to look like them. The people who have the best style understand what they look like. For example, girls with boobs that wear a tube top can look slutty, but girls without boobs can wear the same outfit and look totally chic.
Done well, you can look incredibly amazing and sexy with your boobs, you just have to understand your own body. Which is it's own crazy nightmare because you have to spend three hours in Bloomingdales trying them on and then your bra costs because you have to get a specialty one to give you the right support. I think there's been a turning point, especially with Kim Kardashian and Beyoncé, where stretch fabrics and designers like [Azzedine] Alaïa and Herve Leger are really making clothes for curvy women and thinking about a more full shape.
There's nothing sexier than a woman that's comfortable in her own body and embraces what she's given. The fashion industry may sometimes complain about mine but I like them (and I've had no complaints from men).
Karley Sciortino, 29, founder of Slutever, wears a 32DDD bra I think when you're curvy or if you have any curves at all, you have to put more thought into what you wear.
Like in the '50s there was a pretty specific way and silhouette that women wore, a really specific style. My mom who grew up in the '70s says it is the one generation when the clothes just didn't look good on girls with big tits.
A lot of clients shoot B cups and usually my boobs look a little too much when you put me in one of those extreme padded push up bras. I'm usually the girl shooting the sheer bras where you can't get away using chicken fillets [laughs]. It's easy to design clothes that look good on a flat chested model but I want to see more designers designing with the female form in mind—that really emphasize yet flatter the female figure.They look great hanging off the flat-chested models that wear them; it just took me since puberty to realize they don't look as great on me. "Dressing bigger breasts (and I fully get that mine are on the smaller scale of big) is hard, but dressing them fashionably can be near impossible if you don't know what you're doing.It wasn't until meeting Karley Sciortino, who dresses her 32DDD boobs flawlessly by showing off their shape while simultaneously keeping them —for the most part—covered, that I began to understand that big boobs can be chic... "You need things which accentuate you, rather than just hang off your boobs like a tent, which makes you look like you have a fat stomach by accident," Sciortino advised over the phone. So I asked seven stylish women how they feel about having big tits in an industry that oftentimes makes clothes for flat silhouettes, how it affects their personal style, and most importantly, how they wear their boobs to full capacity.A few months earlier she had come up to me at a party, where I was self-consciously wearing a very tight top, and celebrated my tits like newly found treasure hoisted up from deep and murky waters. Sarah Stephens, 24, model, wears a 34D bra It can be quite awkward working with clients that didn't realize my cup size before they booked me.I've been on shoots where I've felt so uncomfortable, where the stylist and client look concerned and talk under their breath.Things which accentuate you, rather than just hang off your boobs like a tent, which makes you look like you have a fat stomach by accident.Likewise, girls who wear oversize sweaters, collared blouses, or men's shirts wouldn't look good in my amazing boat necked Marilyn Monroe-type dresses. I keyed in from a young age that if I don't show off my thin waist then I look fat, because I have big boobs and big hips.You can look more amazing in certain things, but you can also make yourself look really bad in the wrong choice.I think what's exciting about now, fashion doesn't really function as it did in the past, where there was a dominant silhouette.Wir verwenden Cookies, um Inhalte zu personalisieren, Werbeanzeigen maßzuschneidern und zu messen sowie die Sicherheit unserer Nutzer zu erhöhen.Wenn du auf unsere Webseite klickst oder hier navigierst, stimmst du der Erfassung von Informationen durch Cookies auf und außerhalb von Facebook zu.