Post # 1
so i love my bridesmaids dearly. They are my bestest friends who are just the most amazing women ever.
However, the other day i found out one of them is planning to have her 2nd boob job just before the wedding. she will be going from a uk size 10 with 34D chest up to a double F!
Im worried that she will make the dainty Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses look odd and TBH it kinda annoyed me (i know iknow, maaaaybe the planet doesnt evolve around my wedding!) :-S
Any suggestions on styles that wont make her look top heavy?
I was looking a short dresses and am not allowed srapless in our church.
Post # 3
I think I’d be a little bit peeved too. Anyway, there are ways and means! I had a quick look at the old wedding fave Coast and found these:
The reality is you’re never going to be able to disguise them, but at least there won’t be too much flesh on display if they’re covered up with a classy lookng dress!
Post # 4
Hey! As someone who came by her 38Gs naturally, I can totally see where you’re coming from. I’ve definitely been stuffed into bm dresses that put the ladies on display way too much. If a dress has a defined section where boobs are supposed to go, make sure it’s at least half the size of your forearm. Tiny sections don’t do well with larger chests :).
Also, I would avoid halters because you’ll see a lot of cleavage typically. The best dresses for me have always been strapless ones that don’t have that line that sections your chest off. Good luck, and if you find a dress you like but have questions about, don’t hesitate to post it or private message me! (and one more thing: my friend wanted Alfred Sung dresses and almost every single one of them looked awful on me).
Post # 5
Seems like whatever she wears is going to look odd on her. And… since this is her 2nd surgery, I guess that’s what she wants. Being a naturally big boobed woman : ) I usually go for v necks (not too deep or cleavage will be an issue) with wide straps to be able to wear a supportive bra. Make sure the design has lots of fabric in the chest area because those double F’s are going to take up a lot of space!
Post # 6
what about a V-neckline ?
Post # 7
I would be worried about how healthy she would be for your wedding. I had a breast reduction and I know I would not have been up for being in a wedding for a good month afterwards. Not sure if augmentations are easier or not, but the reduction was quite painful! (And frankly, unsightly for a while…drains, bandages, etc)
Post # 8
@jo.lee lol, i wanted alfred sung ones too
i wondered if this one would work for her? its my favorite dress and as all my BMs will be wearing different dresses from the same collection i wondered if it might be best for her? i have no idea TBH how it would look lol