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3 Influencers with Big Boobs Share the Fierce AF Outfit Ideas They Swear By

‘My boobs are an accessory to my outfit. They make everything look better.’

Having a big bust can be both a blessing and a curse because, LBH, cleavage can sometimes have a mind of its own. Buttons on your shirt tend to pop open, and finding a dress that perfectly fits both your top and bottom half can be tricky.

Well, just because you were *blessed with the best* doesn’t mean you have to compromise on style. We interviewed three big-busted, fashion-forward influencers about their favourite kinds of outfits to slay in – scroll down to find out what they said.

1 Palesa Kgasane

Comfort is Key

‘I’m all about comfort and I feel most comfortable when I am not in clothes that are too revealing – this is regardless of my breast size, but it’s just been how I’ve dressed for years. Because my boobs are so big, I try to minimise the effect just a little. It is about embracing your body the way it is and the way it changes.’

 

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Opt for a Fitted Tee

‘For most of my casual looks, I love a basic tee with a good pair of high-waisted jeans. Make sure the shirt is not too baggy in the breast area as that may make them appear a little bigger. A fitted tee also works if that’s more your vibe. I like high-waisted jeans and tops because of the balance of hip-to-boob ratio, putting the emphasis on your waist.’

 

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Jump Straight Into It

‘Jumpsuits are something I also swear by. If the proportions are right, a low-neck jumpsuit or a wraparound V-neck jumpsuit that is slightly cinched in at the waist gives off a more hourglass silhouette, which is also great for balancing out your body proportions.’

 

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Button Me Up

‘I love button-up shirts, but only buttoned up just below the cleavage area. This really accentuates your breasts in a way that, for me, isn’t too overwhelming. Button-up shirts are also great because they can be dressed up or down.’

 

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Hey! Eyes Up Here

‘An off-the-shoulder top or dress is a game-changer. The attention is on your collarbone and shoulder area.’

 

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2 Mihlali Ndamase

Blazers for Days

‘Oversized, unbuttoned blazers can be extremely flattering on bustier women. They create the illusion of a smaller bust while being super-stylish.’

 

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Com-pleat Your Look

‘Garments that create an hourglass silhouette, such as a pleated skirt, are also extremely flattering on bustier ladies because they draw more attention to the waist area.’

 

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3 ThickLeeyonce

Bra, it’s Fantastic

‘The best outfit for ladies with a bigger bust starts with a bra. When you’re wearing a good bra, you can rock anything.’

 

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Sometimes You Just Gotta Flaunt It!

‘I love my big bust and I’m not afraid to show it off. I love wearing a black mesh top paired with high-waisted bottoms, because you can see my cleavage underneath the mesh. This look shifts the focus from my boob area to my hips and curves! My boobs are an accessory to my outfit. They make everything look better.’

 

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Shop These Gorge Looks RN:

1. Fitted White Tee

A cute AF slogan tee is a definite wardrobe staple. Buy one in a size smaller than your own to ensure it hugs your bust in all the right places.

RR149 Utopia at Zando SHOP NOW

2. Jumpsuit

A V-neck jumpsuit will balance out the heaviness on top, making you look evenly proportioned.

RR699 City Goddess London at Zando SHOP NOW

3. Cold Shoulder

Show some skin while still being covered up. An off-the-shoulder top is perfect if you have killer shoulders to flaunt!

RR299 Zando SHOP NOW

4. Blazer

Suit up! Look for a loosely fitted blazer and rock it with a fitted statement tee and high-waisted jeans for a #BossBabe look.

RR499 Cotton On SHOP NOW

5. Mesh Top

Work what your mama gave ya  in this nude mesh bodysuit! Pair it with a nude or black bra for a clean, polished look.

RR199 Cotton On SHOP NOW

6. Pleated Skirt

With a high elastic waist and long length, you’ll want to wear this pleated skirt every day of the week.

RR499 Cotton On SHOP NOW

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