Lingerie for small busted women

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Lingerie for small busted women

LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
Often I feel like lingerie I pick out looks much better on someone who is more "mammary" gifted than I am! If you also have a small bust, what types of pieces look best on you? I have a petite stature and I do accentuate other areas I like, such as my legs. What are your experiences?
11/25/2012
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clockwork451 clockwork451
I'm in your same position. I'm looking forward to the input!
11/26/2012
Supervixen Supervixen
What do your measurements look like? I'm 5'4", 32B-25-34, and I feel like this sometimes, too. I read reviews really carefully and rejoice when I see "great for small chested women" in the pros, and pout when I see "great for large breasted women!" in the pros of the review! I've found that, as counterproductive as it sounds, that I like avoiding underwires. They're fine in my day to day bras, and if something measures specifically at a 32, not a small, which is in the 32-34, A-B range, then I'll give it a try. Otherwise, it's usually a little to big for me, and my boobs disappear into the cups. I'd rather wear something without the support, so it lays on my chest naturally...there's no cup to fill out. My boobs may be small, but on the plus side, they are perky because of their size, so I don't have to worry about the extra support.

I've also found that halter style tops are friendly to small chests. There's something about they way that the halter draws the breasts up and closer together as the point of where they top ties together gets smaller, that's accentuates the in a flattering way.

I've got a couple of pieces of lingerie that I've reviewed that I love, and I've been sitting on another one that I still need to do, and have needed to write it for ages. If your measurements are similar to mine, check them out--I have yet to get a piece of lingerie from Eden that I've reviewed that I didn't like. I did get a bustier that is now discontinued that doesn't quite sit on my chest the way I like, and it was the dreaded under wires, as usual.
11/26/2012
ToyBunny ToyBunny
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Originally posted by LavenderSkies
Often I feel like lingerie I pick out looks much better on someone who is more "mammary" gifted than I am! If you also have a small bust, what types of pieces look best on you? I have a petite stature and I do accentuate other areas I like, ...
I'm in the same boat!
01/12/2013
WhoopieDoo WhoopieDoo
Of all the lingerie I've reviewed, these are the pieces I've found that would look great on small chests...

Wet Look Plaid Set- for completely flat to medium C

Wetlook Bustier- there isn't any underwire and the boning doesn't bow out very much so there's almost nothing to "fill out."

Boarding School Girl- doesn't have cups and is definitely better suited to small breasts (AA- B, I'd say).

Strappy Red Set- My modestly-sized C cups were busting out of this thing....and I was wearing an XL.

This got discontinued, but anything that's fishnet (or mesh or 'industrial net' or whatever net) that stretches over the chest is going to look good on smaller breasts.

....like this or this, for example.
01/12/2013
aliciaann89 aliciaann89
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Originally posted by WhoopieDoo
Of all the lingerie I've reviewed, these are the pieces I've found that would look great on small chests...

Wet Look Plaid Set- for completely flat to medium C

Wetlook Bustier- there isn't any underwire and the boning ...
Thanks for the great response!! I'm checking out the links now.
01/21/2013
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