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    Big boobs? Love dresses? You’ve come to the right place, as we’ve discovered the four key frocks you need if you have a large bust. Before we get on to that though, we need to vent about how tough it is to find a dress that flatters a larger cup size. It’s not that it’s impossible (far from it) but there is a tendency to end up with a matronly-looking shelf or feeling over-exposed. Neither of which is ideal. While the winter it’s not so problematic as everyone is just fighting the cold and wrapping up, come the summer it gets to be a problem. To help with this predicament, we turned to four of the best fashion bloggers we know who are skilled in finding dresses that flatter larger busts. Keep scrolling to see which styles they rate and shop our favourite dresses right now…

    From one our favourite independent stores. 
    Ganni does it again. 
    Simple and elegant. 
    Wedding guest dress-worthy. 
    Plunging necklines don’t also have to mean thin straps. 
    Such a gorgeous dress at such a reasonable price. 
    These ice-cream colours have us dreaming of summer. 
    Oh so pretty. Layer over a roll neck if you don’t want to flash any flesh. 
    & Other Stories is rapidly becoming one of our favourite high-street stores for dresses. 
    Upgrade your office wardrobe. 
    This will cover up but still give your figure definition. 
    Summer holidays are calling. 

    Style Notes: No list on flattering dresses would be complete without the wrap dress. Not only will it accentuate an hourglass figure, it’ll give your bust just the right amount of coverage. Even better, there are so many different types of wrap dresses around right now, you’ll have plenty to choose from. 

    Behold, more excuses to shop for your upcoming summer wardrobe. 

    Style Notes: Just because you have a bigger bust doesn’t mean you have to cover it up. Embrace your curves and go for a plunging neckline. It’s always flattering and, of course, a little sassy. Ideal for the height of summer or your holiday wardrobe. 

    Style Notes: If you’re a fan of the modest fashion trend then the ruched dress is for you. It will cover up any areas you’re not happy with and will also detracted attention away from the bust, if that’s what you like. These frocks are also great for layering over jeans and trousers. 

    View the original article: https://www.whowhatwear.co.uk/dresses-for-large-busts--5aa11400c6d81

    Style Notes: Similar to the wrap dress, the belted frock gives your waist definition making your shape more balanced. 

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