I’ve always been envious of women that can easily wear strapless dresses. Women with light and airy breasts that manage to defy gravity. Boobs that manage to maintain the position of the dress without constant pulling and awkward adjustments all day long.
For women with heavier chests wearing a strapless dress is a gamble, maybe it’ll stay up, maybe this breeze I’m feeling is because it has already fallen and is actually wrapped around my waist right now.
It is legal to be topless in Ontario, maybe no one noticed.
Please don’t offer any advice about strapless bras. Squished down, heavy, pancake mono-boob isn’t the look I’m going for either. I’ve tried many strapless bras and none of them have worked for me. Also, those bras with clear plastic straps only stick to my skin and don’t stay in place.
Wear A Strapless Dress With A Large Bust
So how does one with heavy breasts manage to wear a strapless dress without showing her bra straps? Simple. Just wear a shirt under the dress.
As soon as I spotted this little Anthro dress thrifting I thought,
“Ooh! I’d love to wear that!”
Then of course my heart sank because…heavy boobs.
I threw caution and heavy boobs to the wind though and bought it with the thought that I’d try a blouse or a shirt underneath.
I like it!
What do you think?
Adding the shirt makes it more wearable right now as our spring is turning out to be quite cool.
I own another black collared short sleeve sheer lace blouse which I think will work beautifully when summer finally decides to shows up.
The fullness of this skirt would work well with a crinoline underneath too.
Added bonus on this dress…deep pockets!
What’s Up With My Pumps?
These shoes look large on me but they are the correct size. I have very narrow ankles and that is why I prefer Mary Janes so I don’t walk out of my pumps.
I think that was Cinderella’s problem, she walked out of her shoes too. Now where did I put my
Have you avoided wearing strapless dresses/bathing suits/tops because of your fear of wardrobe malfunctions?
Perky boob people need not comment. We all know you are a bunch of lucky