(Closed) The boob issue

posted 7 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
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2084 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 1993

Hi,

 

I think I’d be a little bit peeved too. Anyway, there are ways and means! I had a quick look at the old wedding fave Coast and found these:

 

http://www.coast-stores.com/PHEDRA-DRESS/Dresses/coast/fcp-product/2143410939

http://www.coast-stores.com/JOCASTA-DRESS/Dresses/coast/fcp-product/2143411648

http://www.coast-stores.com/ANNORA-PRINT-DRESS/Dresses/coast/fcp-product/2224732998

 

The reality is you’re never going to be able to disguise them, but at least there won’t be too much flesh on display if they’re covered up with a classy lookng dress!

Post # 4
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6394 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

Hey! As someone who came by her 38Gs naturally, I can totally see where you’re coming from. I’ve definitely been stuffed into bm dresses that put the ladies on display way too much. If a dress has a defined section where boobs are supposed to go, make sure it’s at least half the size of your forearm. Tiny sections don’t do well with larger chests :).

Also, I would avoid halters because you’ll see a lot of cleavage typically. The best dresses for me have always been strapless ones that  don’t have that line that sections your chest off. Good luck, and if you find a dress you like but have questions about, don’t hesitate to post it or private message me! (and one more thing: my friend wanted Alfred Sung dresses and almost every single one of them looked awful on me). 

Post # 5
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2442 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

Seems like whatever she wears is going to look odd on her.  And… since this is her 2nd surgery, I guess that’s what she wants.  Being a naturally big boobed woman : ) I usually go for v necks (not too deep or cleavage will be an issue) with wide straps to be able to wear a supportive bra.  Make sure the design has lots of fabric in the chest area because those double F’s are going to take up a lot of space!  

Post # 6
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2889 posts
Sugar bee

what about a V-neckline ?

Post # 7
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214 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I would be worried about how healthy she would be for your wedding. I had a breast reduction and I know I would not have been up for being in a wedding for a good month afterwards. Not sure if augmentations are easier or not, but the reduction was quite painful! (And frankly, unsightly for a while…drains, bandages, etc)

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