(Closed) Could this dress work for a flat-chested woman?

posted 4 years ago in Dress
Post # 2
4524 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2015

I actually think it would do better with a modest bust. Huge knockers would spill out everywhere, showing a lot of cleavage, plus not be supported very well. I think it could easily work, and you can always sew in light padding for oomph.

Post # 3
2258 posts
Buzzing bee

First–wow–is that an absolute stunner of a gown! Second–yes, I think it would work beautifully with a smaller bust. I just googled to see and a bunch of sites said that kind of neckline looks very flattering on women with who are smaller or flat-chested. 

Post # 4
466 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

Actually, I’m barely a B cup, and I find that v-necks and halters make me look like I have a little something! I love that dress, you should go try on something similar first. I also agree with PP, it will look classy if you don’t have a huge amount of cleavage, and I’d definitely try it with a little padding if you feel like you need it. 

Post # 5
416 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2015 - Historic house and gardens

Definitely!! I’m on the large side of boobiness and I would avoid that dress because I would spill out everywhere. I’m always a little jealous that smaller busted women get the gorgeous gowns like that.

Post # 6
455 posts
Helper bee

I think it would look really nice on someone with a smaller chest.  The shape of the dress will look modest, but still show off your other curves 🙂

Post # 7
263 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

mrsgarkenzie:  I think this would be most flattering on someone with a smaller chest. Someone with a bigger chest might show too much and it might come off as inappropriate. I think it’s perfect! Go for it girl!

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