Post # 1
Let me start by saying I’ve never had much of a body image issue. I’ve always been small chested (32B before having a baby), but I was satisfied with the breasts I had. I’m a short, petite girl, so that was just enough chest for me.
That being said, after I stopped breastfeeding, my breasts disappeared. I a now like a AA. I don’t even think they make a bra that is small enough…lol
I’m having a hard time dealing with this. I just hate how all my clothes look on me. I don’t feel as feminine. ..and as silly as it sounds, I don’t feel as womanly! I don’t even want big breasts…just enough to fill my old 32B would be nice..lol
How do you other ladies deal with having a non-existent chest?? Make me feel better….lol
Post # 3
Ugh I feel your pain 🙁
When I tried on my wedding dress it fit well, but they added cups and it didn’t fit after that. So there’s a plus! Dresses fit better? I almost had the cups taken out. It was either that or get a boob job before then lol. Either that or lose weight, which is what I did…
I can’t really help though because I struggle with the same thing 🙁
Post # 4
When I got married, I was still breastfeeding and had C cups..lol I am so thankful I can look back at my wedding pictures and that I have boobs in them. lol
At least I know what it’s like to have once had some boobs there I guess.. lol
Post # 5
I’m a 34B & wear padded bras.
Post # 6
Honestly, I don’t wear a bra. I wear bralettes, and I love it, I feel freee. ;D
Post # 7
I’ve never been able to fill an A cup. Things like underwear shopping can be depressing but there are plus sides as well. I don’t need a bra so backless and strapless tops are easy to wear and they are not going to sag. The key is to work out the clothes that work with a flat chest. Tailoring is great. There arr things I can’t wear buy equally there are many clothes that I can carry off that large chested people can’t. 60s style short A-line dresses for example.
The other important thing to remember is that the pressure to havea large chest only comes from fashion magazines and women, not from men. Despite being completely flat chested, I have never had problems attracting men or anything except positive comments from men about my mini chest.
There is a lot of money in cosmetic sergury and hence advertising and stories suggest that a large chest is a requirement of being a woman. This is rubbish, the boobs do not make the woman.