Strapless dress with big breasts?

posted 2 years ago in Dress
  • poll: Did you wear a strapless dress?
    Yes, and with alterations it was totally fine! : (18 votes)
    53 %
    Yes, but I wish I had straps : (1 votes)
    3 %
    No, but I wish I did! : (0 votes)
    No, and I'm so happy I had straps : (15 votes)
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  • Post # 16
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    717 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: October 2017

    I’m not against ladies with a larger chest wearing a strapless dress, however I’ve seen quite a few ladies in strapless dresses with larger chests, where they practically were falling out of their dress or had some serious issues with how their dress looked (ie. honestly just terrible because of back fat, corset strung too tight, etc) 

    moral of the story is: if you are going to go strapless, make sure your dress fits correctly, and isn’t too small, make sure you have the proper support and you aren’t falling out because you don’t want to look back at your wedding pictures to see you’re almost having a nip slip in every other picture right?

    personally I don’t like strapless dresses. I never wanted strapless and the dress I chose has straps made to match it which I purchased and look absolutely stunning. So even if you do happen to fall in love with a strapless dress you can always add straps if you want. It’s your day, you need to love your appearance. 

    Post # 17
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    213 posts
    Helper bee

     I lost a bit of weight before my wedding but my boobs were about the same size – 32 E (UK, don’t know if that makes a difference). I went strapless because it was comfier than having my shoulders restricted and looked better. Straps made me look bulky and matronly. I wore a bolero during the day. Here are some strapless ones I tried. The last one was what I got, and this is how it looked when fitted.

    Post # 18
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    395 posts
    Helper bee

    It seems like the sweet heart neck  line in general is more dangerous for well endowed ladies.  But the ladies who sent photos were all slim and or relatively toned.  It might not be so aesthetically pleasing as some have hinted if someone is a little meatier and the flesh starts to “pour out” the back, sides or wherever.  But again a well fitted dress, flattering cut and good support garments all help.

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