Just because you're flat-chested doesn't mean you can't make a fashion statements. If you're flat-chested or small busted there's no need to feel self-conscious. The fabric of the shirt will give your chest a visual enhancement, and the deep expanse of skin injects a subtle hint sexiness. Team it with a nice bralette or even go braless. Showing a tasteful flash of your bra is HOT. It has minimal support, optimal comfort, and serves as an opportunity to experiment with lace, cutouts, and other stylish details that look fab when spotted through a barely-there garment or paired underneath a meshed top. Bralettes are lightweight, with a little bit of stretch that allows the bra to fit perfectly with the contours of our body, allowing our girls to move around freely. The slogans tends to be better emphasized when placed on a flater chested person. Worse of all, the tees gets stretched out by the bigger breast and tends to ruin the effect all-together. Going backless is a sultry look that you can pull off better than anyone.
2. You can’t find a bra in less than an A cup
1. Having a B cup is NOT small!
Jessica Torres. Being body positive isn't just about feeling proud of our thick thighs, round bellies, jiggly arms, and big boobs. It means that we should be proud of our body no matter how big or how small.
At this point in my life, I was hiding behind MySpace angles and chest-up photos, hoping that nobody would discover what I truly was. I was and remain fat and flat. Eventually, though, I had to stop hiding that fact for myself. It wasn't until I found spaces on the internet that revealed people who actually kind of looked like me that I began to see that I might actually be I had no idea that someone like me was capable of love, success, or joy, and was under the impression that I was just an unfortunate "pretty-faced" girl whom people would constantly have to find redeemable traits in to make up for my physical being. That's kind of just what happens when you grow up never seeing yourself represented.
When you're living in a culture that largely values an hourglass silhouette and a full bust, finding cute styles for plus size women with small boobs can be frustrating. From unwanted advice about how to make your breasts look larger, to rude comments about how "sad" it is that your extra fat didn't go to your chest region, small-busted plus women have to deal with a lot of gross behavior and assumptions. On the other hand, there are quite a few things that get a little easier when your cup size is more manageable; shopping for sports bras, for instance, or rocking an insubstantial bralette as outerwear. No matter what your body type, you deserve to feel amazing, and there are some fashion items out there that are tailor-made for your unique brand of boobalicious awesomeness.