Post # 1
So yeah.. God seemed to have looked over my upper region when creating me which is something I’ve struggled with FOREVER. lol. I have a sweetheart necklined dress and Im scared of looking completely flat on top! Anyone have luck with push up bras in their dresses? Im only about a 34 B. I obviously wont achieve much cleavage, but a little would be nice lol. Any other bees have this issue?
Post # 3
@stephko99: I am a 34 B too and was wondering about this as I also have a sweethart neckline but the person in the boutique told me that their seamtress will be able to add cups to the dress so I won’t have to wear a bra.
Post # 4
I love the fact that I have no boobs! I’m barely a 34b (I never wear real bras so I’m not really sure). My seamstress sewed cups into my dress so I don’t have to wear a bra, and it actually makes me look like I have a little something up top.
Post # 5
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
I hear ya! I’m a little short of a 34 B too. I avoided strapless dresses (look awful on me) and I’m going to have the seamstress put in double cups so I don’t have to wear a bra for shape.
But hear hear for no back pain, right girls?!
Post # 6
I had cups sewn into my sweetheart neckline on my dress. 🙂 I’m a 34A… so I’m pretty small. This realllllly helped!
Post # 7
I’m a 34B too. I had cups sewn in my dress when I got my bustle that gave me a little push up but still no cleavage. It looked fine though!
Post # 8
I’m wearing a silicone, self-adhesive bra, like this: http://www1.macys.com/shop/product/fashion-forms-bra-nu-bra-8450?ID=224151&PseudoCat=se-xx-xx-xx.esn_results
I’ve been using these for years and it’s amazing what they do! In addition to the padding, you can snap these things together for some significant lift.
Post # 9
I’m a 34B and I stuffed those cutlet thingies in my dress and went sans bra
Me stuffing my dress
Boobs (or the closest I could get)
Post # 10
@StephieBee: That’s what I’m doing as well! Cups sewn into your gown will help soo much. I’m a 36 A and have a sweetheart neckline as well, but with the cups it’s not a problem 🙂
Post # 11
Cups sewn in to a very well fitted dress will do wonders. Be happy you can go braless, it’s so freeing 🙂
Post # 12
I’m a 34B too:):) Definitely having my cups sewn in. Just had my second fitting last weekend with them and it was great. It’s a church wedding, so I definitely do not want cleavage…. I’m getting my crinoline (dont’ know if spelt right..lol) Sewn into my dress aswell… So I literally just have to wear undies…woohoo and my garter. And since you are in August, the less you have to wear the better on a warm summer day…
Post # 13
I used Maidenform® which increases it 2 sizes since I have no boobs.
So after I had a tad.
Post # 14
I’m a 30.5A and am having nothing done to my dress. I think I’m going to look just fine … same as I look with a small bust every day.
Post # 15
I am a 34A (on a good day!) and will be getting cups sewn into my dress. My consultant assured me that I will have some boobs on the big day, lol. I have come to love my little boobies, but I definitely want a little more in my wedding dress because I think it will fill out the dress and make it look better.
Post # 16
I’m a 34B too. I got my cups sewn in. She also put a metal wire, not an underwire, skinner than that, but it helped increase my size. I’ve always been self-conscious about my size, and was anxious being the center of attention, but I was very comfortable with how I looked and how the dress fit.