(Closed) What to do with my cone boobs.

posted 6 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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2893 posts
Sugar bee

Well, the purpose of cups isn’t to make your breasts look like boulders. The purpose is to support and shape in a flattering way. Yes, there are cups out there meant specifically to make your boobs look as huge as possible. But for the most part that is not the function they serve and that’s really the most any seamstress would be able to offer you. Does the dress make your bust look unflattering or do you feel you need something supportive that would make your bust look more naturally flattering?

Post # 4
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314 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I have a similar problem with my dress. My bust is probably almost a whole size bigger than I am and because of this the look “pointy” and leaves a huge gap between me and the dress ( fits like a glove everywhere else). And as much as I’m sure Mr.B wouldn’t mind ogling my boobs when looking down at me, I’m sure Dad and grandpa will. I also didn’t not want to wear cups, but it seems like the only solution for me. My dress is covered in lace and that’s like he’ll for a seamstress to take in/out. If it helps, my seamstress said they can sew in my cups so I don’t have to worry abut them shifting or *gasp* fall out. She also told me the gel ones look more natural but can’t be sewn in. I can’t help more…only commiserate.

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