Big ones! Men are obsessed, women are obsessed. Infant children are — understandably — obsessed.
Let me start by saying: I hate wearing bras. Another fun fact about me: I hate not wearing bras. So you can see, it leaves me in a little bit of a daily conundrum.
For those who want to draw attention away from your chest, there are ways to minimize the apparent size of your breasts. If you have large breasts and want to make them look smaller, wear solid, dark colors since these will make your whole body look slimmer. When choosing what kinds of shirts to wear, go for ones with scoop necks or boat necks rather than low-cut tops so you don't draw attention to your chest.
If you've ever gone through the awkward process of measuring your bust—or, even more awk—having the Victoria's Secret lady tell you you've been wearing the wrong size your whole life rudethen you know a good bra is hard to find. That goes double for a good strapless braand triple for a good strapless bra that fits big boobs. Too often, a strapless bra seems great at first, then starts slipping and sliding as soon as you move an inch or just breathe the wrong way kidding
Being blessed with a larger bust isn't a problem. In fact, it can be brilliant. That is, however, until you go shopping.
Please refresh the page and retry. S ome might say it's a nice problem to have. But one thing is for sure, Britain is bustier than ever.
MANY women love the idea of having bigger boobs — and sometimes pay a fortune to get them. It is not just leering lads that are a problem. Big boobs can also cause serious health concerns. When I was younger, they always commented on my boobs.
You may have heard that going braless is the most comfortable thing a person with boobs could do. For a long time, I thought being able to fill out a G cup meant I had no choice but to wear a bra every waking moment. One day I realized that these were rules were made up by other people.