WHEN you’re over a certain cup size, there are certain looks you completely rule out of your wardrobe.
A large-chested woman tried two no-go styles in the hopes that they might work for her body type.
TikTok user Lara showed her followers the Valentine’s Day-themed looks she purchasedTikTok/bigb00biebible
TikTok/bigb00biebibleLara explained that she adjusted the straps to support her chest but it also caused the back of the dress to scrunch up[/caption]
Lara Miller (@bigb00biebible), who wears a cup size 28G, modeled two Valentine’s Day looks and rated their fit and support for her followers.
For her first try-on, she posed in a backless red slip satin dress with a thigh slit.
“I thought this would be absolutely perfect if we got a nice occasion,” the TikToker said in her video.
“I honestly thought that the back would be fully adjustable so I would be able to get that support around the front.”
However, Lara soon discovered that adjusting the straps created a problem with the fit of the look.
“The issue is as you tighten the back, the more it moves up so in order to get the support that I would need it just scrunches up, which isn’t the ideal look,” she explained.
She added that the material of the dress pulled awkwardly in certain areas and didn’t provide her chest with any support.
“This one is super pretty but I don’t think it’s larger cup size-friendly,” Lara told her audience.
“The disappointment when you thought it would work, I hope I can save you time if you were thinking about this one.”
For her next look, she tried on a $26 Aria Cove Red Corset Top from Asos.
Lara explained to her followers that she loved the look when she saw it on the clothing site and purchased the “red moment” to test it out.
“Honestly, for Valentine’s Day, it would be so gorgeous but I feel like my boobs are just sitting on this corset bit and it’s just not that flattering on me,” she said in her second clip.
The TikToker explained that she purchased the corset top despite knowing it probably wouldn’t support her chestTikTok/bigb00biebible
“It’s just creating this kind of shelf [at my chest] and I don’t think it provides any support at all.”
Lara said that she knew the item wasn’t created for women with larger chests but she had been hopeful she could still make it work.
“It does fit in terms of coverage but I just feel like for support, it wouldn’t be my go-to,” she told her viewers.
“Also with this one, I couldn’t wear a strapless bra because of the corset detail and the boning, I just wouldn’t have room to fit it underneath.”
She described the fit as a letdown and informed her followers that she would not be keeping the look.
“It’s such a shame, I’m going to be returning,” Lara said.
Her followers shared their thoughts on the outfits in the comments sections.
“I think it looks amazing on you!! If there’s one item of clothing I’d love to wear is a slip dress but they just don’t work for me and my boobs either,” wrote one viewer.
“I think it’s very flattering, really surprised you don’t think so,” another TikTok user said about the corset top.
“You look lovely in everything but the shelf, I have the same problem and I totally understand where you’re coming from,” commented a third person.
TikTok/bigb00biebibleLara pointed out the ‘shelf’ that was created by her chest due to the lack of support in the corset top[/caption]Fashion – Latest Style News And Fabulous Trends | The Sun