busty and looking fabulous in clothes

  1. size 0 jeans? wow!
     
  2. :roflmfao: :roflmfao:
    i was just thinking. remember that toy what was it called? kabam?two balls with a tring and you hold on to the handle and swing them to hit each other up and down. (ok. so i am not good at describing:shame: :lol: ). well that is how i must look running aroung and stuff:shame:. does anyone else feel like this.
     
  3. Sounds like breast reductions are much easier in Canada than in the US.

    I had one done about 9 months ago and I've never been happier!! I feel so much more comfortable in my clothes...they fit and look better and best of all no more back pain!!! :biggrin:

    Contrary to popular belief....most people actually CAN breast feed after a breast reduction surgery.

    Fortunately where I live the surgery was covered by OHIP so I didn't have to pay anything for it!!
     
  4. I wish I was bigger up top!! I'm a 32A and without my trusty padded bras I always look flat. I see so many girls with 34Cs around wearing cute tops and I find myself envious. =(
     
  5. wrap tops are great! they minimize boobs and a lot of them are adjustable which will help with fitting issues. i was watching what not to wear not that long ago and they had a girl with a very large chest F i think... anyways they took her to a plus size shop like lane bryant and then she got the rest of the shirt taken in. so if tailoring is an option for you that could be a great way to get a good fit too.. good luck
     
  6. I'm a 23 year old woman with 34DD breasts and a size 8 body. I have had a difficult time finding clothes that fit properly. I recently found an _ store that specializes in clothes for women with D cups and larger. www.dlightfullyd.com

    They have a nice selection of tops and dresses for women with large breasts!
    Good Luck!
     
  7. I'm a 34D and a size 6 and I never have problems finding clothes that fit properly. I can even wear button down shirts that fit perfectly around the bust and waist...Maybe I am just lucky?:shrugs: But I do have trouble finding pants that are long enough for my long legs! I'm 5'10" and need a 37" inseam! And dresses and skirts all look like minis on me! Hates it! :cursing:
     
  8. Welcome to the forum! Glad you found this 2 year old thread.
     
  9. I'm a 36 D.

    To work I try to wear scoop neck or boat neck. If wanna wear a button down shirt, i wear a white tee under it and wear it open, I CAN NOT find a button down that will close on my boobs.

    As for clothes for bars and parties...I LOVE my boobs and love to show off the girls!! I do sometimes have to buy more expensive tops to get the support I need...I can't shop at Forever 21 and expect the shirt to support me...but as long as my chest is supported, I love having clevage. I say if you got it flaunt it!
     
  10. ^
    I love my mine too!
    I'm a 32D, size 0, 5'6"... Soo a little disproportionate. Anyway, I find my biggest problem to be finding clothes for work! (Although it sucks when I can't buy swimsuit sets too) I'd imagine anyone with a C or larger has to have a little trouble hiding their cleavage. Button down shirts DONT work. And wraps actually look horrible on me...
    I usually do a tank top with a sweater over it or some other dressy shirt on the higher-cut side. I have to wear a tank top under EVERYTHING now because a lot of the fabric from my shirts goes to covering my boobs and leaves me with midriff showing (so 5 years ago).
    *sigh*
    I feel your pain everybody. But as hard as it is to dress these things day-to-day, I wouldn't trade em for the 2 cup size smaller girls I had a year and a half ago. (Oh BC.)
     
  11. I am a 38 ddd and I'm 18 I've had a reduction when I was 16 and my boobs grew back, I'm so mad cuz I love button up shirts and I'd love to wear them but I can't because they are too small on top and too big on bottom :sad: any places to shop for teen and 20s cute clothing that fits great? Please help but email me at xxrockluv3rxx@aol.com