Strapless dresses? Not so much. A few wiggles later, they're always somewhere around my navel.
Those blouses with the boob pockets sewn in? Yeah, those pockets end up flapping in the breeze. An attractive look, it is not.
But fashion is too much fun to let boobs (or lack thereof!) spoil the party. So here are some looks that we flat-chested girls can pull off better than our more endowed friends.
For my big sister and her D-cup (she takes after our mom, I'm stuck with our dad), this would be a serious case of cup runneth over. Even for the more moderate (and supposedly "ideal") C-cup, deep-cut triangle top dresses can easily cross the line to skanky.
For flat chested girls? Well, we get all the flirty and none of the skanky!
Let's face it - with that much ruffling, you don't even really notice that it's like Illinois under there.
Can you imagine big boobs under that? It would be so unflattering - three words: Too. Much. Volume.
Okay, so the low-back thing is actually unrelated to the topic. But isn't that a pretty dress?
MOVING ON: while that left side look may be a bit risque, even though Kate pulls it off, it would never work with Jenna Jameson boobs.
Or, I mean, I guess it might. If by work, you mean work a corner.
For similar reasons as with the ruffled tops, anything with a lot of draping just looks better on those of us who have a little less in the chest department.
A slinky fabric, like the one above, is great for draped evening dresses - you get just a hint of figure. Perfect.
Anyway, whatever you wear, you're sure to rock your look as long as you rock it with confidence. The boobs don't make the girl. ;)
For celeb fashion inspiration, there's always Kate Hudson and Debra Messing.