Though a full bust is enviable, that’s not to say it doesn’t come with some sartorial challenges. Finding the right necklines, fabrics, and silhouettes to complement your shape is not always an easy task, but once you do, it will be a total game changer. Using the right undergarments is also a very important tip, talking from experience. Find more style tips from celebrities, models, and influencers ahead.
Embrace the Wrap Silhouette
Whether in the form of a dress or jacket, a wrap silhouette complements every body type—and bust size.
2. Accentuate the Décolletage
Pick a top that makes your décolletage the focus. A sweetheart or an off-the-shoulder neckline is ideal to creating the ultimate tasteful, sexy look
3. A Fitted Dress/Top Are Your Best Friend
Try dresses, tops, and bodysuits with spandex-like fabrics and knits that are fitted to the body; they won’t add volume to your bust and will always give you an hourglass figure.
4. Find the Perfect Fitted Button-Down
When it comes to a button-down blouse, take the time to find a fit that doesn’t create gaps in between the buttons. If you have to, go up a size to make sure the buttons don’t pull over your bosom.
5. Have a Bare-Midriff Moment
Much like a corset belt, a bare midriff helps to create that hourglass figure—and draws attention to your waist.
6. Cinch It at the Waist
Take note from Elizabeth Olsen and cinch your look at the waist with a corset or wide belt. Instant hourglass shape.
7. Try a Cowl Neckline
Another flattering neckline to keep in mind is the cowl neckline. The draping fabric will lie elegantly on your bust.
8. Go for a V-Neckline
A V-neck cut is always flattering as it hits your chest at just the right place.
9. Style a Pussy Bow Blouse
A high-neck pussy bow blouse makes for a flattering cut to style with high-waist pants or a skirt—especially for those moments when you want to hide your cleavage.
10.Grab a Squared-Scoop Neckline
A squared-scoop neckline will instantly sculpt your frame.
11. Indulge in a Silky Fabric
Silky fabrics in tops and dresses alike are always flattering. They drape nicely without adding any bulkiness.
From Harper’s Bazaar US