Post # 1
a size 0, 5’2″ woman aged 35 who is concerned about her lack of chest.
Option A: Mori Lee 832
Option B: Mori Lee 834
Marine blue in either case.
My sister hates my choices of dresses and it finally turns out the reason (beyond that I want knee length and not long, and not formal and satin) is because she is worried about how she will fill them out. So I turn to the bees for opinions and votes. (And because the one she finds marginally less hateful I think actually is more likely to emphasize the lack of chest, so I’m curious if you will validate this opinion or not.) I am seeking a dress that will look good on her – as well as my two bridesmaids that are curvy-er. One is 5’8″ and size 10/12, the other 5’2″ and…not sure of size, but my guess is C chest.
Please do not suggest that they wear different dresses. I will stick my fingers in my ears and hum Christmas music if you do.
Post # 3
I am about the same size and issue (or lack there of) and I would wear the second one in a second. The first one, IMO, draws alot of attention to the hip area and would almost make more apparent the lack of bust. The second one I think would look good on all three of the body types that you discribed.
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Post # 5
I agree as well.. I think the second one would be best (:
Post # 6
I’m an A-cup girl and I vote for #2. Much more flattering.
Post # 7
I think the second dress would look the best!! Maybe she can find a really good & helpful bra 😉 to where with it…I am not that big in the chest & I am going to be getting a special bra for my big day!! 🙂
Post # 8
love the second one – I think it’ll look good on everyone 🙂 That drapy thing on the side is going to call attention to the hips, which the curvier girls might not appreciate. Just food for thought.
Post # 9
The second one is gorgeous and my pre-implants self would love to wear something like that.
Post # 10
If she’s self-conscious buy her some filets