IT CAN be a real struggle to have a bigger bust. As if the wolf whistling builders and purvey men in bars weren’t enough to deal with you also have to cope with gaping holes between buttons and never being able to find anything that fits right.
Anyone with an ample bosom will tell you that the struggle is real. Here in this picture gallery we run through the worst offenders…
The revealing peak-a-boo whole you really don’t want
There’s no way you can squeeze them into that shirt without it looking obscene[/caption]
The mega button hole dilemma
Bad goes to worse when your top actually rips from the strain of doing up the buttons[/caption]
So you ditch the shirt and go for a T-shirt instead – you still have to deal with the between-boob-crinkles[/caption]
The “designated boob area” that cuts across your nipples
There’s no way your squeezing your bosom above that line[/caption]
The unhelpful built in padding
No one needs these – they’re like tiny little nipple coverings[/caption]
The attack of the side-boob
It fits perfectly everywhere expect… oops[/caption]
The unexpected cleavage split
It never looks the same as it did on the model[/caption]
Some tops just cant contain the bust[/caption]
And what about the underwear selection?
Its only giant nude t-shirt bras fort he busty gals – no pretty frills here[/caption]
The scaffolding back of your bra
Nothing sexy to see here only the biggest bra strap known to man[/caption]
But the good news is that big boobs have bounced back, as having an out-and-proud cleavage is now in – while having small boobs is no longer fashionable.
Our model got told she’s a 36DDD in Victoria’s Secret but a 30HH in Bravissimo as we investigated just how much bra measurements vary on the high street.
We spoke to five busty women and ask whether their big boobs are a blessing or a curse.
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