- 8 years ago
- Wedding: September 2013
I don’t see anything wrong with your dress. I would tell you if I really thought it didn’t look right. You looked lovely. Don’t be self-conscious.
Your boobs look fine to me 🙂 work it, girl! Don’t sweat it. Like a PP said, as long as there were no Janet Jackson-like wardrobe malfunctions, you’re good!
Coming from a well endowed bride your dress looks great! Sometimes us larger chested girls just can’t help it! You look beautiful nothing to worry about!
Your pictures look lovely. Most of the women there were probably thinking ‘I wish I had boobs like that’, and the men were probably thinking ‘I wish my girlfriend/wife had boobs like that- the husband is a lucky man’.
I myself am a 34E, and feel like my girls enter the room 10 mintues before me, so I know how you feel about sleeveless gowns. But you look very beautiful and womenly. Your professional pictures will look lovely- have you asked your husband what he thought? I am sure that he was quite impressed!
WOW! Your boobs look amazing! They DO NOT look like they are spilling out, or too much or vulgar. They look fantastic.
The perfect amount of sexy, peek-a-boo, but lots of mystery left as well.
I’m super, super jealous.
Your wedding pics look great. I think it’s probably hard for you because you didn’t mean to show any cleavage at all. Some shows, but definitely not too much and what does show looks perfect (I’m usually worried about this too). I think your dress’s bustline looked waaaay better on you the day of than in your pics trying it on before.
My dress has a similar neckline -which most change to real sweetheart instead of modified sweetheart. I won’t do that alteration because I could tell that if I make it a true sweetheart and wear a good bra, it’d be out of control. Would you mind posting or sending me a pm with what brand/style longline you wore? (I’m pretty sure that guys/tall ppl would be able see all my current strapless bras if I wore them w/the dress so I’m looking for better options that work well for small ribcage, bigger cupsize)
When I read your original post, I was expecting it to be a lot worse than the pics you showed! You look fantastic! Be proud of that chest. I would give anything to look like that. (I’m barely a 32A).
Thanks everyone, I am feeling much better! Husband said it looked good, but you know… he is a guy and he tends not to care about “appropriate cleavage”. I grew up dressing very conservatively, and was shamed for being “shapely” at a young age by older women, so it is something i still stuggle with sometimes.
I would recommend one of the full-figured styles from Va Bien if you are average to tall height. I tried one on, and it had good support but was WAY too long for my torso.
I think most of them run a tad large in the cups (I was able to wear a 32D, the 32DD was too big, even though I am still wearing my normal bras in 32DD).
You look totally fine. Gorgeous actually. I think it was acceptable, and I wouldn’t worry about the pics.
wa?! your bewbs looks awesome! I’m a 32FF, so I will be showing at least that much cleavage no matter what I do, I say don’t sweat it.
You look Tastefully Babalicious! TBH I prefer how it looks on you after the um, increase. Side note – one of my BFFs has like 32 Triple E’s – she wore a strapless with a bodice similar to yours only HERS WAS TOO SMALL – she was spilling out all over the top.. I feel kind of bad when I look at pics (she has a few close ups with her arms raised as well) and I can say that if it were me there is no way I would not have corrected it in some way.. Even more embarrassing is that she was married in a Catholic Church and didn’t bother to wear a bolero for the ceremony to help tone it down A bit. Anyway, she was happy and felt beautiful so that’s what matters – my point is my dear OP you look amazeballs in your pics!
YOUR DRESS AND CLEAVAGE LOOKED FINE TO ME, LOOKED YOU FILLED THE DRESS OUT NICELY
Ha, I am a DD and there’s no way in hell I can avoid having my boobs be on display. It’s just what happens when you’re blessed!! You look great, nothing to worry about.
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