Fab Boob Friendly Dresses

Extended speciality lines catering for the petite, the tall and the plus size have made fashion shopping easier, but with figures varying in shape just as much as size, there’s still room for improvement in the high-street brands.

I love clothes shopping but sometimes it isn’t so fantastic when trying to dress my boobs.  While T shirts and jumpers are simpler and easier to get away with, dresses, in comparison, can look terrible when they’re not properly tailored to your shape; you won’t look or feel your best at all, and at worst it doesn’t fit.

Thankfully there are boob friendly brands tapping into the need for chest generous clothing.  Here’s my run down of the best, most flattering and curve adoring dresses for work or play.

 

Biu Biu La Parisienne blue grey denim dress

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Kelly Brook at Simply Be white textured dress

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Saint Bustier Nigella polka dot dress

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Bitter Lollipop Tiffany fit and flare dress

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 Look at Simply Be grid mesh dress

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Pepperberry Winter Floral dress

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 DD Atelier Briggite lapel dress

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Biu Biu Sens Jeans panel dress

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Do you like the choice available for curvy ladies?

What’s your experience of shopping for boob friendly clothing?

Have any favourite brands who pay attention to boobs?

I’d love to hear your boob adventures shopping for dresses!

4 Responses to Fab Boob Friendly Dresses

  1. Thanks for the mention! Great selection of dresses 🙂

  2. Nikki says:

    Please don’t advertise for Made In Preston. The shop is closing down, and they’re refusing returns and refunds from as far back as November.

    See here: http://www.reddit.com/r/ABraThatFits/comments/2rbuwb/psa_made_in_preston_is_closing_their_website_very/

    Their clothing quality is also hit or miss, and bras, lingerie and swimwear are notorisouly shoddy.

    This isn’t a personal vendetta against the company, simply that if they’re going out of business, the quality of clothing is not up to par, there is nobody to process refunds/returns, and the company is closing, then it’s probably a bad idea to refer women to them.

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