I strongly recommend a thumb through of What to Wear to Enhance a Small Bust — a lens that sets a positive note from the start: “Everyone tells me that I am lucky to be blessed with such small breasts,” says Sage.
With oodles of fashion and lingerie tips, Sage tells you what to wear and what to avoid like it’s got the pox. After reading, you can’t help but share her celebratory viewpoint. It’s easy to see how having an AA-cup size can be considered a ‘blessing’, rather than a reason to resort to cosmetic surgery.
Not only can you go bra-less if you choose, but given the right approach to dressing, you can enhance your assets, play down your flaws — and enjoy what nature has given you.
Sage, a proud 32AA cup, shares hard-earned experience… we all know that dressing to maximise small curves is an art after all. You can’t just lift ideas from a fashion magazine and dress head-to-toe in the latest trends that tickle your fancy.
It’s harsh but true that some of them give you the allure of an ironing board. Others make you attractively waif-like. We have to learn the rules and play by them.
Reading Sage’s advice is like learning from the Master (or Mistress). Her finely-honed manifesto includes ideas on: Fashion styles that visually amplify the bustline, padded bras that boost your bust size, and necklines and dresses that flatter small-breasted body shapes.
Sage never utters a negative word about being small-busted. She’s of the cup half-full mentality and I couldn’t agree more. What’s your take on your small-busted body shape? I’d love to hear…