(Closed) Small Boob Bride Looking For Love

posted 6 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee

I think it looks fine.

 

If you are really self-concious about it you could always get undergarments that give a boost. Again, I think you look great, but it’s about how you feel onyour big day.

 

That being said, little boobies always have the ability to wear so many more things.

Post # 4
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I’m a 34A/32B thank goodness for corsets! I had cups sewn in mine and I hope it looks ok!

Post # 5
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

I’m going with the cups-sewn-in option as well. I’m a B, but that’s still ‘b’itty as far as I’m concerned. LOL. I hear you on the worry about smaller chest/larger shoulders, but I think it’ll be totally fine. Seamstresses work wonders every day, and your hairstylist will as well. 🙂 You’ll be gorgeous, and no one but your hubs will be checking out your ‘girls.’ 

Post # 6
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

The dress looks great on you. Don’t worry about the boobs. Ok I really hope no one takes this the wrong way but why are some small breasted women so obsessed with the size of their boobs. I have these conversations with my Maid/Matron of Honor all the time she is small and obsessed with being bigger but really I could give a crap less how small her boobs are I do not in any way compare my boobs to other women’s so really no one notices as much as you think they do (maybe only shallow men). By The Way I am a 34Dirty Delete and wish to be much smaller I jokingly tell my friends that if I could push some thier way I really would. Huge boobs are a curse. It’s not just my Maid/Matron of Honor either that I get this impression from my boss, and quite a few of my other friends are all obsessed with the same thing. They wear the chicken cutlets, and VS pushup bras and the like but honestly no one is judging them and I think everyone should feel good about themselves no matter the size of their knockers. I wish I had smaller one’s so I don’t have men staring at my chest instead of my face, and so I wouldn’t have to deal with all this back pain, and to wear cute tops without spilling out. Everyone should be happy with what they have and realize no is judging you as much as you think they are.

Post # 7
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Buzzing bee

@JustMarried51912:  The grass is always greener…. =D

 

That being said,  I have more of a curvy figure (5’4 almost and 130ish. 34D) and I like it in some ways, but I’d MUCHMUCH rather have a cute, skinny body. I like clothes and there are so many I can’t wear. I also got put down a lot in highschool for it. 

 

ETA- I also get really negative attention for it at times. I also think there’s a stereotype, that I’m more ‘sexy’ than I actually am. I’m VERY personally conservative with men! Nooooooo.  OP, I’d love to have your body type. =)

Post # 8
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@JustMarried51912:  Don’t get me wrong; I like my size and don’t want them bigger at all….it can just be a challenge sometimes to find tops and styles that work for smaller cup sizes/don’t require crazy bras underneath to make things look good.

Post # 9
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I’m a 34B (which is small compared to the rest of me) and heres my sweetheart… there was boning and a serious strapless bra underneath… Weird picture but good shot of boobs

Post # 10
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

PS They had to take the boobs in, and that helped a lot.

Post # 11
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

@mtrl01:  We both have a common enemy on opposite ends of the spectrum. It’s tough for me to wear cute tank tops of any cut because I have to wear a huge bra with them and fear of spilling out and I cannot stand it when bra straps are hanging out all over the place. In reality boobs just suck for most of us unless you a B-C size range lol.

Post # 12
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I definitely have the small bust/ broad shoulders thing going on so I sympathise with you! I think your dress is beautiful! It will look gorgeous once it’s all altered to fit. 

I tried on several dresses with different necklines trying to find the ideal complement to my small boobs!! I thought a sweetheart would look best. When i found my dress i realised it had the neckline that i never knew i should want but was PERFECT. It is a sweetheart with an organza overlay that folds above the sweetheart (they call it a crumbcatcher?). Perhaps you could have your seamstress add something similar? Not that you need to!!! 

I plan on having padded cups sewn into my dress. 

Post # 13
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I so know how you feel. I am also a 34A masquerading as a 34B hahaha

Just so you know, you look really pretty in that dress and it’s not obvious that you are small-chested! At least for me, I still find it in the acceptable range.

Here’s a shot where you can see how terribly flat I am:

I have bought a 32B (the band size runs big) bustier sort of thing and will be using gel cups.

Post # 14
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

First, I would not worry about looking broad shouldered, because your shoulders are very narrow and lovely. My friend is about the same size as you, and when in a correctly fitted corset (I assume a corset dress is similar) It gives her a crazy amount of clevage! the other advantage is that boobs, like other fat, get squished up by a corset and can spill over and look weird if they’re abundant. I think you will look great 🙂

Post # 15
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Also a 34A and am having 2 sets of fake boobs sewn into my sweetheart neckline…..and I don’t care how fake it looks! It’s my wedding day and I want out the ITBC club for one day!

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