Post # 32
I’m a 40D and I tried on every style of dress with an open mind, but was concerned about too much cleavage and looking like a shelf. As it turned out the halter style was the most flattering on me. It covers me up, and has tons of support. Not to mention slimming! The only thing I am changing on the dress is converting the back of the dress from a zipper to a corset, because my chest is too large for the zipper to work…
Post # 33
I have a bigger chest and i find halter neck tops – dresses, tops, whatever all hurt my neck after an hour or less.. it’s like my neck is carrying around my many kilo’s of chest!
Post # 34
@evalague: I say if your comfortable in it….wear it!!!
Post # 35
What magazine was that? They’re completely backwards. That’s a very flattering cut (on anyone, really).
Post # 37
That is a great dress & you wear it fabulously! I love that style so much, I wore a similar dress myself.
Post # 38
Don’t go by articles, books or magazines, wear what makes you feel beautful!
I read one article that said petite women should wear a drop waist because it makes them appear tall. I read another that said petite women should NEVER wear a drop waist because it makes them appear even shorter (I agree wht the second idea). So, you coudl read something one week, and the opposite another. It really is all just opinion!
Post # 39
I am a DD cup gal … i never wear halter tops … mostly cause I like those bras that have NO stretch to the straps … what undergarments are y’all wearing under the dress….. i do NOT mean to threadjack just curious.
Post # 40
38G and I will definitely be wearing a sweetheart neckline. And believe me, I will ROCK it!!!