I have admired the wrap dress for quite some time. I'm always reading about Diane Von Furstenberg and what she had in mind when she created the dress and how its supposed to look fantastic on everyone. "Everyone should own at least one DVF dress" I've read more than once. Anytime I've tried a wrap dress (not DVF), it's been an utter failure. After years of admiration, I finally decided to take the plunge and try a DVF. I figured maybe the other designers just didn't have the style perfected like she does. I found one at Nordstroms that I loved -- a simple 'Fit-n-Flare' style wrap dress with a solid (black) top and striped skirt (as much I like her prints on other people, they're way too 'loud" for me!) The dress looked amazing on and I was in love, EXCEPT the top part of the dress split "down to there" and would not stay closed. I tried it on with a camisole underneath and that was much better. My SA also tells me that they can put a small snap inside the top part of the dress so that it stays closed. I looked at pics online of models wearing the same dress and even though the dress was open more than I'd prefer, it didn't split apart the way it split on me. Of course, most of those models were flat chested. I also noticed that the edge of the dress on one side (at the top) would unfold and lie kinda funny on me. So my question -- Is it impossible for a big busted woman to wear a wrap dress, specifically a DVF? Or do you just have to have the confidence to wear one knowing that you're going to be showing quite a bit more cleavage? Or do most larger busted women do what I'm considering and wear a camilsole under the dress (or do they add the snap my SA mentioned to me)? I'm compeltely on the fence about the dress. Other than the excessive cleavage (w/o a cami), I do love it -- it accentuates my waistline and the fit is just incredible. It's just a lot of money to spend on something I feel like I won't be able to wear the way it was designed to wear. Opinions please! Especially from those of you who wear DVF who may be more "endowed" than others!! TIA!