Post # 16
I’m small chested, but definitely have hips and a butt. This is what I ended up with. In general, aline was the most flattering shape, and I looked better in dresses that had more details at the top and less at the bottom so that the eyes are drawn to the top where I’m small. I love the look of V-necks on small chested girls. It is really only a look you can pull off small chested, and I think it makes you look a bit bigger. I’m always wearing V necks in real life and choose it for my wedding gown too.
The back had a very large kehole back, which I think is also best pulled off by small chested girls (particularly because you can get away without wearing a bra)
Post # 17
- Wedding: October 2014 - Bartram\'s Garden
I’m so happy to be sharing with other ladies with small (no) chest and larger thighs/hips!!!
For me, I found a more form-fitted gown looked best.. definitely sweetheart neckline, because it accentuates what you’re working with!
The designer of my gown is Lazaro.. here’s a few pics from my first fitting!
All I can say is, sewn-in cups work WONDERS!
Post # 18
DizzyBee86: You look AMAZING!
I’m also smaller chested with fuller hips and I’m going with a sweetheart cut, mermaid tulle dress.
Post # 19
I have no boobs, and am going for a v-neck. Without a bra, it looked so bad… but I had cups sewn in and now it looks MUCH better.
Although I was always going for a v-neck, I fel that a lot of sweetheart necklines created that illusion of a bigger chest and was very flattering.
Here is a stock photo of my dress:
I like that it still looks like a sweetheart, but also has the v-neck.
Post # 21
have literally no boobs (78cm) and big butt (92 cm)… But i think it worked fine with my dress
Post # 22
Ivana1988: Wow, that dress is gorgeous. Would you share the designer/style name?