Let’s talk boobs. Or if you’re like me, lack of boobs. My AA’s have been a lifelong source of insecurity for me, but over the years I’ve learned some styling tricks for flattering my itty bits. While I’m a huge proponent of body positivity and celebrating all shapes, I know from personal experience how hard it can be to practice what you preach and accept yourself as you do others. But no matter how self-conscious you may feel about any part of your body, at the end of the day you really only have two choices: change it surgically (more power to you if that’s your choice!), or choose to embrace it. If you’re a member of the itty-bitty-titty-committee and surgery is out of the question, check out my tips on how to dress a small chest.
While some of our bigger-busted comrades may not always be able to get away with high collars or turtlenecks as it can make them look topheavy, these necklines always look flattering on us small chested babes. They draw attention to your face and emphasize your petite frame, while also making your bust look slightly larger by creating a uniform look up top.
If you have little boobs, then you’re blessed enough to be able to wear backless pieces with ease. Take advantage of it and show off this super sexy part of your body that you might not be able to if your girls required more support.
When it comes to swimwear, strapless and bandeau is best. Avoid triangle which tends to emphasize the tininess of your teets. And go for a super sexy bottom to draw attention there (high waisted cheeky bottoms are my secret weapon).
Low Cut Tops
It’s always nice not to have to worry about spilling out of a plunging dress or top, so take the girls out for a spin in pieces that are open in the front or have a super deep neckline. These kinds of tops were made for you!
The best part about having little boobs is definitely not having to wear a bra. If you’re concerned about visible nippage, try a flirty bralette that peeks out. Or if you don’t want something visible, try silicon nipple covers which are comfortable and discreet.
Emphasize Your Other (Ass)ets
Whether it’s your legs, waist, butt, smile, your hair, whatever – play up your favorite features whenever possible. Regardless of their shape or size, everyone has something stunning about them that no one else possesses. The biggest trick of all is attempting to overcome the negative mind chatter and embrace all the beautiful things that make you, you. On days when you just simply can’t do that, cookies and red wine are always the answer.