Generic, everyday shopping can be fairly difficult for those blessed with boobs living on the larger side of life, so you can only imagine how daunting it could be for those trying to find the most important dress that they’ll ever wear. Yes, of course we’re talking about wedding dress shopping with big boobs.
While a squared neckline is flattering on most, its the perfect amount of coverage for the well endowed bride. Strapless is generally avoided by those with a bigger bust, however when chosen wisely can actually be the most flattering option. Opting for an off the shoulder style or one shoulder detail atop a straight bodice neckline is perfect for a bigger bust, adding that little bit of added security.
Strategically opting for a designer that specialises in couture techniques will allow enough structure to feel secure in the bodice, ensuring that you feel comfortable from the ceremony right through to the reception dance floor.
The necklines brides with big boobs should avoid:
Brides with bigger busts would do well to avoid a v-neckline, unless they control the depth of the v-dip, resisting the urge to show too much cleavage, or balancing the silhouette with a fuller skirt will be most flattering for the figure.
Brides with a bigger bust should avoid high-collar and halter-neck styles, as these can work to accentuate the size of your bust in a way that can seem unflattering
Here, we run through the wedding dresses we think work best on brides with big boobs, or as we should probably more politely put it: Brides with big knockers!
By Katie Stow
Editor of One Fine Day