Post # 16
I’ve never had issue with my small boobies. In fact, I love them. I can wear dainty shirts without a bra and it’s fantastic. But right now, they’re causing a problem, haha. My sister got the DDs and I got the As. How does that happen!?
I don’t really want cleavage. I just want to look like I fill the dress, like you said. Again, so glad to hear personal experiences. My seamstress definitely knows what she’s doing, so I feel so much better now.
Post # 17
I know, right? My mother has perfect, average-sized perky breasts and my sister and I got my paternal grandma’s huge gazoongas. I’m glad you are happy with yours – a tank top without a bra sounds heavenly!
Post # 18
- Wedding: June 2015 - Rustic barn/ pavilion
One other thing. My dress has an actual bra strap – like the back part of a bra -sewn on the inside attached to the sides of my dress. So I hook that closed just like a bra, which holds the dress up against me, and then I have the modesty panel and lace up back. Of course that wont work if you dress is backless… but if not it’s another idea to try. If you want I can take a picture to show you what I mean.
Post # 19
I tried on a couple of dresses like that. Those dresses had more structure in the bodice. My dress doesn’t have any boning or real structure, which adds to my concern about it gaping in the front.
I’ve definitely got options and I think I’m just going to check out which of those I like best. Definitely going to VS this weekend!
Post # 20
Ok not to worry, I also have more breast bone than actual breast. (ugggh) I can’t fill an A cup either.
Don’t worry there’s hope! Definitely sew the cups in and you may still need to use cutlets or an adhesive bra to give a little oomph (yes even at your size it’s possible) I had a contraption of things happening at my bra line under my wedding dress – cutlets, adhesive bra, triple padded corset bra…all in the name of feeling feminine and good about myself in pictures. Trust me, whatever you have to do is worth it!