If you're small on top...
- Get a well-fitting bra with a bit of padding for emphasis
- Choose high-necked tops (turtlenecks, cowl necks, etc.). They give the illusion of broader shoulders and a bigger bust.
- Avoid scoop necks and V-necks that only call attention to a small chest.
- Wear blouses with bold patterns and horizontal stripes.
- Look for tops with details like ruffles, gathering and breast pockets (try a Western shirt) to add dimension.
- Choose shirts and jackets with wide lapels and collars.
If you're big on top...
- Don't wear a too-small bra. Instead of flattening you out, it will just create an unflattering look.
- Go monochromatic. Dress in one color to create a lean smooth, line and draw the eye away from your chest.
- Skip the busy patterns and horizontal stripes that will make your chest look larger; try a thin vertical stripe instead.
- Keep blouses simple. If you like these kinds of details like ruffles, wear them on the hem of your skirt to balance out your
- Feel free to wear a scoop neck or V-neck top, just not too plunging.