kelsie5388: I’m not small breasted or even petite, but from the experience of reading about other Bees on here, I think that having small boobs actually increases the range of dresses you can wear rather than reduces them – especially as a lot of high end designers design for girls without major curves or boobs. Girls with really big boobs don’t have as many options.
As the PP said, sweetheart or crumb catcher necklines are good options. So are high necks, bateau necks, off-the-shoulder and one-shoulder. If you have bigger hips, adding some width at the neckline, such as wide straps, can help balance that out. But you can also wear really plunging v-necks or cowl necks that would look indecent on girls with big boobs.
There are loads of threads here for petite Bees:
Generally, while rules aren’t everything, a-lines are a good option for short brides.
Within the range of a-lines there are ones that are slim and more like sheaths…
… to ones with a lot of fullness that are basically ball-gowns.
There are also variations of where the waistline is and how tight the dress is at the upper hip.
I would bet that at least one of those styles is probably going to work for you, even if it’s not what you ultimately choose.
Other options are trumpets, like this.
If you want a fitted dresses, these tend to be what petite girls go for as opposed to really poofy mermaids.
Other than that, it’s a bit hard to say without knowing more about your body or seeing dresses on you, A lot depends on the size of your waist compared to your hips, whether you’re short waisted, long waisted etc. Maybe even the shape of your hips and thighs. You just won’t know until you try them.