Post # 1
I loooove it and three of my BMs do too and look great in it. However my other BMs are fuller figured and big chested, and they couldn’t try on the sample size so we have no idea how it will look.
i thought because the chiffon is a bit flowy it won’t be too figure hugging and might be flattering, we were also thinking of adding extra lace to the boob area to hide cleavage.
anyone know? Or have pics?
Post # 3
As a full figured girl myself, with large boobs, I worry about bra options with the back of the dress being sheer. Cleavage would probably be an issue, so the lace option sounds like a good fix. The cliffon should be flowy enough I think for the rest of the body.
Post # 4
The empire waist is also a flattering choice.
Post # 6
As a curvy girl, I love the dress, but don’t think I would feel comfortable wearing it. The material looks like it would hug in all the wrong places and there isn’t much room for any sort of chest. I think the lace would look good and be a good solution to the chest area, but the stomach/rear section might not be the most flatering.
Post # 7
Its a beautiful dress, but it would be hard to say without trying it on. I also depends where you carry most of your weight n
Post # 8
I feel like only very skinny and tall girls can wear this dress and have it look good.
Post # 9
First off, I agree with other posters–this is a beautiful dress!
However, I wear a DD-G depending on bra company and I have to admit that this dress would absolutely terrify me as-is. I would do everything possible to make it work on me if it was what my friend really wanted, but I would be self-conscious all day about making sure that I wasn’t drawing attention and/or doing anything that would make me look vulgar. I also share @littlemisst08:‘s concern about how the back of the dress would work with bra options. I would need a serious bra to keep things in line in order to prevent a vulgar look.