What are the best styles of tops and shirts to flatter someone who has a large bust?
That’s a great question as many ladies, regardless of their height, size or shape, have a larger bust to consider when shopping for clothes. Some women embrace their breast size and others not so much. Regardless of whether you prefer to minimise or enhance your bust, consider the general rules below: Wrap dresses and tops are a fabulous solution as they separate the breasts, giving the illusion of a smaller bust. Choosing a top that is one or possibly two sizes up could be a solution, depending on the style, as pulling across the bust line is minimised and draws the attention away. A patterned top or dress can work wonders too. Wear darker hues on areas you wish to downplay and lighter ones on the parts you would like to emphasise. As far as jackets go, look for the cleanest and longest line, as that creates the illusion of a longer torso, and avoid buttoning up if you can. A V-shaped neckline decreases the appearance of a larger bust by, again, suggesting a longer line down your front.